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Tour Guides in London
[February 13, 2015 – 08:54 pm]
Tour Guides in London

We booked a two day tour with Angela, and returned yesterday. Do yourself a favor and stay away. Angela is interested in touring what she wants to, what she is interested in , and not what you paid to tour. Angela insisted on touring the gardens outside Buckingham Palace, despite the fact that we did not want to, and told her I am very sorry that you were unhappy with your experience. This probably isn t the place to address every personal detail, but I would like to clarify one or two points: Taking bookings involves a process of agreeing what a client would like to see. I…


London the original Tour
[February 11, 2015 – 08:16 pm]
London the original Tour

Experience the essential introduction to London aboard the original hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. You ll see all the magical sights of London in a comfortable and secure environment, above the crowds at street level aboard our open top buses. Get a unique view of all the sights with full commentary provided. Your ticket also includes a FREE Hop-on Hop-off Thames River cruise as well as three FREE walking tours: a Changing of the Guard walk, a Rock n Roll walking tour tracing the history of the Beatles, Rolling Stones and David Bowie and a Jack the Ripper walk following…

London tour Operators
[February 10, 2015 – 08:16 pm]
London tour Operators

1. Re: Best tour operator from london to stonehenge Jul 30, 2013, 5:31 PM If you just want to visit Stonehenge only on a half day tour it doesn t really matter who you go with, Premium or Evan Evans they offer a near identical offering. However, the 5 hour tour at most gives you one hour at Stonehenge which is largely 30 minutes listening to an audio tour device provided as part of admission and 5 minutes in the gift shop or grabbing a coffee. You need to book in advance especially the morning tours that have hotel pick-ups as they don t visit a hotel unless someone has reserved…

London helicopter Tours
[February 8, 2015 – 07:41 pm]
London helicopter Tours

London Helicopter Centres offer a variety of sightseeing tours including our ever-popular London Helicopter Tour and Kent & Sussex Castle Tours. We can also arrange bespoke aerial tours should you wish to see other locations. London Helicopter Centres truly are the London sightseeing specialists. G-ORKI and G-LHTB our AS350 helicopters can be seen following the River Thames,from Barnes to Greenwich,up to ten times a day,giving up to 60 people this unique view of the capital. London Helicopter Centres are the only operator to offer single-seat flights every day throughout…

X Factor Tour London
[February 5, 2015 – 07:13 pm]
X Factor Tour London

Venue Information Approx. capacity: 12500 Wembley Arena (originally the Empire Pool) is an indoor arena, at Wembley, in the London Borough of Brent. It is located right next to Wembley Stadium. It was built for the 1934 British Empire Games, by Arthur Elvin, and originally housed a swimming pool, as reflected by its former name, Empire Pool. The pool itself was last used for the 1948 Summer Olympics. The building is used for music, comedy and family entertainment and for sport. The venue was renovated, along with Wembley Stadium, as part of the early-21st-century regeneration…

Justin Bieber London tour
[February 5, 2015 – 06:03 pm]
Justin Bieber London tour

Justin Bieber has cancelled one of his Lisbon tour dates (Picture: Getty) Justin Bieber’s woes continue to plague him after the singer mysteriously cancelled his forthcoming show in Portugal following his London tour fiasco. The 19-year-old failed to offer fans any explanation after backing out of Tuesday’s date in Lisbon. Bizarrely, the star reassured fans in the city he is still fit and ready to play tonight’s gig. A statement from venue Pavilhao Atlantico read: ‘Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber was forced to cancel the second performance in Portugal, March 12…

Paris to London Tours
[August 18, 2013 – 09:50 am]
Paris to London Tours

You will arrive at St Pancras Station in London 3 hours later, where you will be met to begin your Hop on Hop off tour of London. During the pre-recorded multilingual commentary, discover and admire London s famous monuments including Piccadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and the Tower of London. Your ticket also includes a Thames River Cruise (disembark the bus at Westminster). In the afternoon you have free time for shopping in the city center, visiting one of the many museums or continuing your Hop on Hop…

Hogwarts Tour in London
[July 28, 2013 – 01:03 pm]
Hogwarts Tour in London

By Maria Teresa Hart Muggles, take note: The Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour is now open for wizarding business, to the delight of fans worldwide. Not to be confused with the theme park set in Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida (that one s dubbed The Wizarding World of Harry Potter), this new attraction is set just outside of London’s city center, and showcases the real sets, props, makeup, and special effects used in the eight movies. Even those who don’t consider themselves afflicted with Potter-mania will still appreciate the artistry on display and the astounding…

London Tours Reviews
[August 14, 2012 – 12:14 pm]
London Tours Reviews

Rafael M., Mexico Sowmya G., Singapore Tour was maybe a little ambitious, trying to cover a lot in one day. In summertime, the tour duration could be extended to fully make use of sunlight. Time spent at Dover beach was only 20 mins, and I would have liked to go up to the cliffs. At Greenwich, just a short explanation of the history, and no visit to the observatory. However, Leeds Castle and Canterbury were good, and the food at the Canterbury restaurant was alright (baked potatoes and dessert). Our tour guide Margo was friendly, welcoming and helpful. However, if she had used…

Your London Tours
[January 8, 2013 – 11:50 am]
Your London Tours

June 12,2013 Upon arrival in London,my roommate Sara met me at the door of our hotel room. After my long flight from Vancouver,our room was a welcome oasis – filled with aromatherapy body washes and a comfortable bed with crisp white sheets. But,sleep was illusive and in retrospect I should have taken Sara’s offer of a sleeping pill. It did however give me the opportunity to watch her sleep all night,something I haven’t done since she was a little girl. There was a moment (which I resisted) when I thought I should check to see if she was still breathing – something I would have…