hotnikki 12 Oct 14, 18:54
Admin 12 Oct 14, 19:57
On Saturday we will be up and out straight after breakfast. We would like to see Trafalgar and Leicester Squares, Downing Street, Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London for the poppies, Buckingham Palace, with maybe the changing of the Guard, a trip on the London Eye and maybe a look at the Princess Diana Memorial in Kensington Park and also a little shopping on Regent street, Bond Street, Piccadilly circus - I think on the Sunday before we catch the train home at 5pm.
I am unsure how much train, buses, the tube etc. will cost or if we even need them if everything we want to do is in walking distance. Also not sure how much we will need to see the attractions.
Guest 12 Oct 14, 23:47
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