One of the most famous cities in the world with a bustling vibrant pulse; London never fails to impress. A city with something for everybody. From the theaters on the West End to the gardens at Hyde Park, and back across the London Bridge; you will always find a good time in London. Book your tickets and order up some fish ’n chips! London calling!
#1 the MUST see…Natural History Museum is a great way to spend an entire day indoors with the family. Best of all? It is free! This huge museum is seen by over five million people each year. From the moment you enter this museum you will be amazed at everything there is to see and the numerous activities there is to do here. Open daily from 10am to 550pm.
#2 the MUST eat…With over 5000 restaurants in the city, you can bet there are many options for great restaurants to choose from. Yet if you are in the mood for a great burger; there is two words you need to know – Meat Liquor. Located just north of Bond Street Tube Station, you will find this cozy eatery packed full and often a 20 minute wait for a table. It is simply that good. If you are up for the challenge, they offer a Triple Chili Challenge. If you can eat a Green Chili Cheeseburger, Chili Hotdog, and Chili Cheese Fries in ten minutes or less it is on the house.
#3 the MUST shop…Oxford Street has 300+ shops. Regent, Bond, and Westfield all have so many shops to splurge on. Yet if you like something a bit different, head over to the open air markets of Camden. Boasting over 1000+ shops, this quirky and eccentric area has a sense of style all its own.
#4 the MUST stay…If you want to stay in the heart of the city, then look no further than the Sofitel St James. This hotel is easy walking distance to Trafalgar Square, National Gallery, Piccadilly Circus, Leicester Square, etc. Perfect location and always something to see just steps away. Try the afternoon tea at the Rose Lounge during your stay there.
#5 the MUST do off the beaten path…Perhaps this is not for everyone, but something that very few people know about is Highgate Cemetery. Many famous people like Karl Marx and Douglas Adams are buried here, and everywhere you turn is a photo op that seems like you are in a horror film or just stepped into another time period.
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