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Trip Planner London Tube
[June 3, 2015 – 10:53 am]
Trip Planner London Tube

15 June 2004 Orange mobile phone users will be able to download fully interactive Tube maps, request travel alerts, plan journeys and check for the latest travel news as Transport for London (TfL) travel information goes live on Orange serviced mobile phones. Chris Townsend, Director of Group Marketing at TfL, said: These new services make real time travel information even more accessible to Londoners while on the move. People can make better informed travel decisions, using personalised information services which let the traveler know about delays or incidents affecting their…


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Planning trip to London
[June 2, 2015 – 10:46 am]
Planning trip to London

In order to get the best out of London, you need to be as informed as possible: To know the hotspots from the not-spots, the bargains from the rip-offs, and the up-and-coming from the down-and-going. Obviously that sort of information can be difficult to pick up during an (all-too-brief) visit, which is where this guide comes in. The following pages provide an in-depth introduction to the U.K. s capital, giving you the low-down on its key areas, and advice on how and where to allocate your time. Note : This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without…


Viator London Day Trips
[June 1, 2015 – 10:37 am]
Viator London Day Trips

Stonehenge Your first stop is Stonehenge, the most popular prehistoric monument in the world. You ll marvel at the huge stones that were brought from Preseli mountains, over 280 miles (450 kilometers) away, and discover the mysteries surrounding the slaughter stone and earth barrows, where the late-Stone Age Beaker people lie buried. Bath After traveling across the Salisbury Plain, you ll take a guided tour of Jane Austen s birthplace, Bath. It s a beautiful UNESCO World Heritage listed Georgian town with delightful crescents, terraces and architecture. Cotswolds Heading north…

London trip Planning
[May 29, 2015 – 08:36 am]
London trip Planning

Planning to visit London on your next vacation? We ve gathered all the articles and advice you need to plan a great trip to London here. Before You Visit London Here are some helpful articles and advice to review before you visit London. From finding the right London guidebook or map to staying safe in London, we ve got all the information you need to prepare for your trip. When Should You Visit London? Find out more about the weather in the city where this is the main topic of conversation. You will also find out about London s annual events to help you choose when to visit…

London Hotel Trip Advisor
[May 27, 2015 – 07:58 am]
London Hotel Trip Advisor

From the moment we stepped into the hotel, it was immediately obvious that we were in somewhere special. The staff were efficient, helpful, attentive and professional. The hotel generally, and our room were pleasantly comfortable, clean and welcoming. The restaurant provided prompt and polite service; the excellent food was enjoyed in a relaxing and stylish atmosphere. No doubt about it, Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to review our hotel on this website. I was pleased to read that you enjoyed your recent stay with us, and that your experience overall was so memorable…

London Thames Boat Trips
[May 26, 2015 – 07:38 am]
London Thames Boat Trips

See the city from the Thames or one of London s canals Bored by dry land? We ve picked London s best boat tours along the river Thames and the city s picturesque canalways. From serene canalboat trips to high-speed thrill rides, and craft ranging from hybrid land-and-water vessels to Damien Hirst-designed catamarans, London s waterways have something for everyone. Think we ve missed a great cruise or tour? Let us know Westminster Millennium Pier, Victoria Embankment, WC2N 6NU Book online Boarding Gate One, London Eye Millennium Pier, SE1 7PB Book online Unit 12, The Riverside…

Best London day trips
[May 22, 2015 – 06:05 am]
Best London day trips

Leeds Castle For sheer beauty, Leeds Castle is hard to beat. With a history dating back to Norman times and a lakeside location, this is truly one of the most picturesque castles in Britain. As well as touring the castle itself there are loads of other activities on offer, including tree-top adventure courses and hot air balloon rides or - for those seeking something more serene - flower gardens and afternoon tea. The train from London Victoria takes about an hour and the journey by car is about an hour and a half. Flickr: Nick Schooley One of the oldest cities in England, St…

Stonehenge Tour from London
[May 20, 2015 – 05:39 am]
Stonehenge Tour from London

Pop in your state-of-the-art Vox headphones as your tour starts and listen to your guide talking clearly about each site. If you want to wander aside and take photos of attractions, you won’t miss any of the commentary! Windsor Castle Your tour starts at the home of the Royal Family for 900 years, and the world s largest and oldest occupied castle. Windsor Castle s fortified walls dominate the delightful town that has grown up around it over the years. You will see the lavishly decorated State Apartments and St. George s Chapel. Stonehenge Going even further back in time, you…

London Day Trip Tours
[May 14, 2015 – 04:37 am]
London Day Trip Tours

10. Re: london day trip tour company vs going by train myself 09 November 2012, 7:53 You can combine Oxford with small villages (but not easily with a castle although that is easy to on another day trip). Do NOT book via thetrainline. You can get to Oxford independently to look around very easily by train or bus. From there you can join a tour to some of the Cotswolds villages: Best done as an overnight trip to allow enough time for Oxford. Castles are all over the place. Windsor is another easy long half day trip. But there is also Dover, Warwick, Rochester castle and many…

Trip Advisor London Pass
[May 10, 2015 – 03:29 am]
Trip Advisor London Pass

7. Re: The London Passworth it or scam? Apr 24, 2006, 5:42 PM We bought the six day pass, no travel option, we purchased 7 Day Zone 1-2 cards), and visited the following attractions, I ve listed the price we would have paid. Kew Gardens 11.75 Kew Bridge Steam Museum (Cornish weekend) 7.50 Catamaran cruises Greenwich to Enbankment 4.53 Brass Rubbing at St. Martin s 4.50 Train to Windsor, savings due to showing pass 5.50 Windsor Caslte 13.50 Kensington Palace 11.50 Royal Mews/Queen s Gallery 12.00 St. Paul s 9.00 Globe 9.00 Tate-to-Tate Boat Globe to Eye 3.00 Tower 15.00 Tower…