London travel and tourism questions. Including transportation, events, sightseeing, etc.
I am a journalist with expertise on travel to London. My articles have appeared in The Washington Post, AAA World magazine, AAA Traveler, and other publications. The forth edition of my travel guidebookóLET'S TAKE THE KIDS TO LONDONóis published by Roaring Forties Press (Berkeley CA).
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The Washington Post, AAA Traveler, AAA World magazine, Examiner, and others.
BA English and Political Science. Graduate studies in political science.
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Hi Not sure that I can answer specifically about how much you will spend--a lot depends upon your personal decisions, how you are getting around, if you are staying in hotels, etc. But keep in mind
Hello Well your family is spread out a bit, but really not that widely and all in southeastern England. Here's a link to a Google map showing the places you listed: http://tinyurl.com/q7a8gyq
Hello Jamara, Weather first: average high in July is about 23 degrees (C) and average low is about 12 degrees. July is the least rainy month for London. But weather can change dramatically, so my advice
Hi Jerome There's no one right answer to your question. London's major sights are located across the city. There is very good public transportation (bus and Underground) to get you almost anywhere,
Hi You can take a bus from the airport to the University, with one change, and a journey time of just about 2 hours. That's a long ride, considering that the University is only 14 miles from the airport