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Trips on the London Eye
[May 2, 2015 – 11:09 pm]
Trips on the London Eye

Unlike the disastrous Millennium Dome, (1) The London Eye is now a well-loved feature of the London skyline. Its 32 glass pods provide a thrilling overview of this vast metropolis—best at sunset as the city lights twinkle on. Look out for flags designed by British artists in Jubilee Gardens at the base of London Eye. Wander east along the Thames to the 21-acre (8.5-hectare) Southbank Centre, a gathering point for all the city s artistic and cultural tribes,according to artistic director Jude Kelly. Built for the 1951 Festival of Britain, the (2) Royal Festival Hall reopened…


Europe Trip from London
[April 28, 2015 – 10:38 pm]
Europe Trip from London

With editing by Adrien Glover, Sarah Kantrowitz, John Newton, and Clara O. Sedlak So what if the euro is up and the dollar is down?That doesn’t mean you should skip a trip to Europe this year. You can still find great deals, even in pricey places like Paris and London. The secret is simple: knowing where the bargains are. Did you know you can see the Louvre, Muse d’Orsay, and Pompidou in Paris for free, get full meals in London for less than $10, and spend the night in a Bavarian castle for $125?How about staying inside the storied Alhambra palace grounds in Spain for less than…

School trips to London
[April 22, 2015 – 09:17 pm]
School trips to London

Take your students on a 90 minute journey through 1 years of London’s murky history, as our full cast of entertaining theatrical actors bring to life gripping stories of the capital’s most infamous characters and events. With stunning special effects, authentic sets, witty comedy, a heart-stopping ride and a host of scary surprises lurking in the Dungeon, it’s a unique and fun introduction to a range of classroom subjects including History and Performing Arts. We know price is important when arranging a school trip, so our schools pricing is heavily discounted for all UK school…

Best day trips from London
[April 15, 2015 – 07:33 pm]
Best day trips from London

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…

Flights to London
[April 8, 2015 – 04:51 pm]
Flights to London

Visit London London is an amazing city that has been captivating visitors for hundreds of years. For a city so old, it s remarkable how fresh and vibrant it feels. From world-famous art museums and lovely parks to architectural wonders and excellent shopping, there s something for everyone to do in London. Millions of people visit London each year; isn t it time that you found out what keeps everyone coming back for more? Get ready to enjoy your London vacation by booking your cheap flights to London on Expedia.com today. London Airports Most flights to London arrive at the…

London Canal trips
[March 25, 2015 – 03:27 am]
London Canal trips

Everybody loves a boat trip! There are a mixture of regular and occasional boat trips available on the canals in London,enabling you to see a different view of the capital city. Cruise through London Take a canal boat trip in London. There are a variety of trips available and you can enjoy an excellent day out including: A boat trip A walk on the towpath A visit to London Canal Museum A visit to Camden Markets Please note that London Canal Museum does not operate any passenger boats and you should only contact us about: Trips that we organise,e.g. Tunnel trips,Halloween,Childrens…

Coach trips to London Eye
[March 23, 2015 – 02:52 am]
Coach trips to London Eye

We recommend London for Buckingham Palace Houses of Parliament Chelsea Flower Show Sample the sights of capital London on one of our fabulous packages, where you can discover England s heritage at fascinating venues such as the Houses of Parliament and Tower of London, or see the city by coach, river cruise and from the top of the awesome London Eye. Still need help? Search If you can t see what you re looking for on the page, try using our text search. Simply enter the word(s) you want to search and we ll show you all the pages in our website where that word or phrase appears…

Paris/London Trip
[March 18, 2015 – 11:18 pm]
Paris/London Trip

5. Re: Recommendations for planning a 10-day Paris/London trip? Jan 04, 2013, 1:19 PM I did this last August with my then 11 year old. We traveled the 20th & 28th of August. It s kind of awesome being NYers, because we can do during that week in August when the rest of the country is already back to school :-) 1) make your trip longer than mine, if you can. It wasn t enough time! 2) Hotels were really cheap at that time of year. I got a suite at Park Plaza county hall - there was a queen bed, and then a sitting room with a very comfy sofa bed and I think we paid GBP151/night…

Trip Advisor London Tours
[March 10, 2015 – 02:52 pm]
Trip Advisor London Tours

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Steam train Trips London
[March 5, 2015 – 09:36 am]
Steam train Trips London

You might have heard rumblings about a beautiful old steam train (the Met Locomotive No 1 to be precise) being wheeled out to celebrate the first ever underground public passenger journey this Thursday 10. Well, the rumours are true and there are only a few tickets left to bag a precious place on what will be a train ride to remember. On January 13 and 20 the Met Locomotive No 1 will pull the coaches one way along the original Metropolitan Line and parts of the District Line (tickets cost 150 standard/180 first class). On the way back, the Sarah Siddons electric locomotive will…