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  • Yes leave right away via heathrow and land in Glasgow much better.
  • There is so much, did you go to the Tower of London ? you need at least a day just for this, don't forget the crown jewels while you are there. St Pauls is just awesome, a must see. Don't forget Tate Modern and the Royal Academy, Madame Tussauds and The Royal Botanic Gardens. I should go back myself, great city, have fun :-)
  • I'd recommend going on the London Eye, the big wheel on the south bank of the Thames that slowly revolves. The views from the top are really amazing.
  • yes go bungy jumping from london bridge i heard that its fun.
  • If you've been there before, I'd definitely take the opportunity to use London as a base to take some nice day trips on public transportation to cities such as Stratford-upon-Avon, Oxford, Cambridge, Bath, York and Brighton (if you get an unseasonably warm day). Also take advantage of London's great theatres. They should still have a half price ticket booth in Leicester Square. The Shakespeare Globe Theatre is a great place to visit even just to tour. I'd also make a return trip to Picadilly Circus and Covent Garden for great dining, shopping and people watching.
  • have you been to st.pauls cathedral , if not go there and go to the whispering gallery , quite an experence
  • I wish you a good trip to London.
  • Camden at the weekend
  • I lived in London for 6 months and besides the sites that other users have suggested, I recommend you go see a play called "The Woman In Black". It is a mystery/thriller play and is an incredible experience. I went thinking that a play could never be scary. I was very wrong! It was so much fun. It's been playing at the same theatre for years. I don't have the info, but it will be easy to find once you are in London. I would also recommend you catch a Shakespeare play a the Globe Theatre. That too is a unique experience. Enjoy you time in London, a city that has a special place in my heart.
  • AliCat mentioned seeing a shakespeare play at the globe theatre, and I'll definitely agree with that!
  • Camden Lock! I dont know if youve been before, but there is no way you can leave this baby out! XD: Eastbury Manor House Neasden Temple Down House, home to Charles Darwin London Zoo Abbey Road (Thats a given though) Hyde Park Brit School (The performances are awesome) Greenwich Meridian Line Hackney Empire Westfield Alexandra Palace Portobello Road The Movieum Of London Shakespeare's Globe Hard Rock Café Ben Uri Gallery.
  • Covent Garden - the shops, street performers, eateries all make it a great place to visit
  • West End to see a play/musical!
  • If you want to see the real England, leave London and venture further, London isn't everything, there are other great and better places, far more English places out there :)
  • Go to a Walkabout and get drunk, or maybe a Weatherspoons.

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