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I have read many of the threads explaining the Oyster card and am still a little confused. I will be in London with my husband and teen age son for 3 days. Do I need to buy a Oyster card for each of us or do we use the same one and the money is just depleted as we use it? We will be staying near the Tower of London. Are most of the typical attractions in walking distance. When we travel in cities we usually do alot of walking. Any other info on the Oyster card would be helpful.

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