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Day trip to London from Paris
[October 11, 2013 – 08:35 am]
Day trip to London from Paris

Make your day in Paris unique and unforgettable. With your tour. Your way. Want to travel to Paris, yet still have the freedom to linger where and when you want? Then the Easy Day Trip to Paris is a must. You’ll depart from London to Paris on Eurostar, the high-speed train. Once in Paris, your unescorted open top bus tour lets you hop on, hop off as often as you like—or just relax and enjoy the fabulous views. And since Paris is arguably the world’s most famous city, it may well be that just “being there” is enough. (Not!) So why not take a romantic stroll near the Seine, or…


Round Trip flights to London
[July 25, 2013 – 10:34 am]
Round Trip flights to London

KAYAK searches hundreds of sites to find the best rate for your next flight from New York to London. Get the best flight deal for your London trip! Here s how it works. Search KAYAK for a flight ticket from New York to London. Sort, filter and compare results on one web page. Then book your plane ticket direct on the airline or travel agent site of your choice! Direct Flights from New York to London Use KAYAK to more easily find direct flights from New York (NYC) to London (LON). Select an airline from the list below to see a weekly schedule of direct flights for that airline…

Trip Advisor Forum London
[July 19, 2013 – 09:05 am]
Trip Advisor Forum London

8. Re: Reasonably priced High Tea in London? Oct 23, 2013, 3:43 AM Now that we are done with the usual high or afternoon tea debate; My personal favourite is The Wolseley, I rate them due to price/quality, which is outstanding. I also enjoy Fortnum & Mason, but I m not close to a frequent guest there due to the price being twice the price of The Wolseley. In the middle of those to you have The Chesterfield, which is really stylish. However, there is a budget friendly option; As I pointed out in the thread of similar topic yesterday, The Delaunay has a separate cafe section…

TripAdvisor London Hotel
[June 30, 2012 – 02:20 pm]
TripAdvisor London Hotel

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 Underground plan Trip
[July 15, 2012 – 05:10 am]
London Underground plan Trip

KEY FEATURESSimple, fast and easy to use. Designed for the first time visitor and experienced commuter. Unique Minute Map feature provides a view of travel times from any location on the map. Latest official TFL (Transport For London) map. Planned route animates on the map. .Switch to online street map (when an internet connection is available). Services can be turned on or off, routing around problems. Works in both landscape and portrait modes. Easily locates your nearest transport stop. Places of interest, parks etc are built in to the application. Offline routing…

London Trip deals
[March 12, 2013 – 09:28 am]
London Trip deals

First time travelling overseaswell really ever. (Outside of visiting family) What is the best way to get a hotel and a flight? I see that Travelocity and Expedia (and other sites such as these) offer package deals that seem quite affordable but to my surprise they are final prepaid trips. (no cancellations, changes or anything allowed) My trip is in August. (LONDON!!) Is there a chance I could get screwed using one of these sites? What are my other options? thanks!Europe Vacation Package Deals to London, Paris, Rome More

Educational trips in London
[January 14, 2013 – 08:49 am]
Educational trips in London

Fact File Ideal for: Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4, Key Stage 5 Key features: Fantastic range of visits to suit any group. Top Tip: The London Eye - Take a flight on the London Eye and enjoy the breathtaking views across the city. Fabulous West End shows, thought provoking art, oodles of heritage, world class museums and the excitement of the 2012 Olympics So much to see, so many subjects to explore, so much fun to be had, and all on the doorstep. How has the capital influenced global politics, business, fashion, technology or music? Whether your focus is graphic design…

London Day Trips
[December 18, 2012 – 09:26 am]
London Day Trips

Angela Scoular, a former Bond girl, died after drinking drain cleaner and pouring it over her body, an inquest in London heard Wednesday. Scoular, 65, ingested One Shot Instant Drain Cleaner after a long battle with alcoholism, bipolar disorder, bowel cancer and anxiety over debts incurred from manic shopping trips. The actress, who played Buttercup in the 1966 spoof Casino Royale and Ruby Bartlett in On Her Majesty s Secret Service in 1969, suffered 40 percent burns to her body, throat and dietary tract from the chemical, which contained 91 percent sulfuric acid6 Family…

TripAdvisor Hotel in London
[July 7, 2013 – 10:04 am]
TripAdvisor Hotel in London

Share your knowledge Edit this page This is a list of budget accommodation that receives at least 4 out of 5 rating on Trip Advisor and costing no more than 125 for a double/twin type room. Chain hotels have not been included. However, most of the central London Premier Inns are well rated; check their website for prices. Note: The list will be updated as often as possible, but you should independently confirm that the ratings and prices are still valid. Note: tripl means triple room (usually a double bed and a single bed). (3s) means a triple room with three single beds…

TripAdvisor London
[October 28, 2012 – 07:25 am]
TripAdvisor London

Share your knowledge Edit this page Travel Guides to London were traditionally printed. The challenge with printed travel guides is they are only updated periodically - annually at best, but more often once every few years. Today the most up-to-date Travel Guides are generally found online. The following is a list of useful online resources as well as common printed guides. TimeOut London - (both printed and online) - Database of current theater shows, concerts, films, dining options, clubs, sports events and more. Printed magazine comes out on Tue afternoons. Holidayen Lite…