I know that there are meal packages you can buy at Hexham Races, but I am trying to understand what the food options are if you don't pre-purchase one of these packages. Are you able to have a reasonable sit down meal anywhere? Any help from somebody who has been there would be fantastic.
Is it possible to walk to monkey island from boulters lock and if so is it easy to find?
As I was searching for accommodations in Isle of Man during the TT race week, everything seems to be more or less booked. So, I got an idea to stay in say, Liverpool and do day trips with the ferry to Douglas to see the race, and go back to Liverpool to stay for the night. Does anyone have any experience on something like this or what's your opinion on this. There's two of us and we'd be without a vehicle.
HI there, I am keen to find out about festivals or events or forums being held in Europe that have an "alternative lifestyle" focus, especially environmental or human-rights related (and music too!). We will be traveling from late May to early August. Anyone know of anything inspiring? Thanks! Freya
Hello, I have six days in London, and I have read postings from the experts, and have come up with this itenary. Wanted to ask if this seems feasible or if I should make any specific changes. Looking to be in London end of March, living around Wembley with friends. Does this seem too tight of a schedule?
Day 1 7:00 AM Arrive at Heathrow
8:30 AM Exit heathrow
10:00 AM Subway to Wembley
12:00 AM Lunch and proceed to BAPS Swami Narayan temple which is close by
2:00 PM Tour BAPS temple, leave by 2:00 PM, for Globe theater
3:30 PM Arrive at Globe threater, take a tour
5:30 PM Complete the tour, walk down to Tate Modern
7:30 PM Complete the tour, and head back home
9:00 PM Reach home
Day 2 8:30 AM Leave for Tower Hill station. Tower of London
10:00 AM Tour the Tower of London
1:00 PM Leave tower of London, get lunch
2:30 PM Head to tower bridge
3:30 PM Leave tower bridge for St. Paul's Cathedral
4:00 PM Reach St. Paul Cathedral
5:30 PM Travel back to the Shard, and view from the top
6:00 PM Reach the Shard
7:00 PM head back home
Day 3 7:30 AM Leave for Kings Cross station
8:45 AM Reach King's cross station, tour the station
9:15 AM Walk down to British Library
11:00 AM Complete the tour and head to British Museum
11:30 AM Take a tour, sight see
1:00 PM Take a lunch break
1:45 PM Tour the British museum some more
3:00 PM Leave British museum and head to London Eye
3:30 PM Reach London Eye, take the tour
4:00 PM Walk down to Big Ben, Parliament house, Downing Street
5:30 PM Head back home
Day 4 8:00 AM Head to Hyde Park
9:00 AM Reach Hyde Park, walk around
11:00 AM Reach Buckingham palace for change of guards
12:30 PM Spend time around Buckingham palace, and take a lunch break
1:30 PM Proceed to Westminster Abbey
4:30 PM Sight see and take pictures, and then head back home, or take another stroll in Hyde Park
5:30 PM Head back home
Day 5 8:45 AM Head to National Gallery
10:00 AM Reach National Gallery, tour
11:00 AM complete the tour, get some lunch, visit Trafalgar square, Piccadilly circus
2:00 PM Reach Royal Haymarket theatre, for a West End show
5:00 PM Roam around Trafalgar square, Piccadilly circus, head back home
Day 6 8:30 AM Head to Victoria and Albert Museum
11:30 AM Tour the museum, take a break for lunch
12:30 PM Finish lunch and proceed to Albert Hall
1:00 PM Tour Albert hall
2:00 PM complete the tour, free time
Multiple choices for free time after 2:00 PM:
Visit Natural History/Science museum
Take a boat ride on the Thames, and return home
Roam around Oxford street, Regents street, embankment
Take the boat tour to Greenwich Pier and visit the observatory
We are 2 girls from Spain and Italy currently living and working in London for a few months.
We want to visit different places around UK, so we will go tomorrow to Dover. We would like to meet someone from here who can explain us the beautiful city and have fun. Does anyone free tomorrow to meet with us?
Hi! We're going to London for a weekend from the 28th Feb. We'd like to see one of the big shows, such as The Commitments, The Lion King og Phantom of the Opera. We're wondering if we should book tickets in advance or bank on getting discounted tickets on the day at the booth in Leicester Square. Do you think we're likely to get tickets to one of the big shows or are we likely to stand there and not get tickets? I know you can't guarantee anything, but we just want to know what is likely. Any suggestions?
I have around half-a-day to spend in and around Birmingham this weekend. Please let me know any ideas to spend the time. I also have my wife and 2 daughters (aged 8 & 5) travelling with me and any attractions for kids will also be useful.
My wife and I will be in the UK for about 6 days (our second visit) and want to visit Stonehenge, Windsor and some places in London like the British Museum. Wondering if it would be better to stage from Bath and make the day trips from Bath instead of the day trips from London. Any thoughts?
My teenage students have joined a competition on a cultural visit to the UK in summer. They wish to include a dinner in the Presto and would like to see if their budget allows the meal for 4. It would help them to write up a proposal if anyone can give information about the price of dishes, or how much a decent 4-course dinner might cost. Thanks!
Hi I'm Victoria and I'm an exchange student. In May my parents will come here and I would like to visit London with them but I have some questions.
Do we have to use an Oyster card per person or can we share one?
How much is it if I want to put money on my oyster card to travel with bus and metro in London only one day and what's the name of this thing? Is it different for the bus and the metro? What is the cheaper ?
Thank you very much!
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