202 Modern Service Apartments

202 Kensington Church Street, London, W84D, United Kingdom
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London Cabs

by BobCassidy

I am a DV, w/a wheelchair, can I get in a regular cab, have there ones with
Lifts/ramps. I am unable to use my legs

Re: London Cabs

by leics

All black cabs in London (the ones you can hail on the streetand which wait at taxi ranks) are wheelchair accessible. Most have other accessibility aids such as ramps, swivel seats, grab handles etc.

'Mini-cabs', which you must book by phone, may or not be accessible.....you will need to check with the firm when you book.


Re: London Cabs

by anneesussex

Just to add to the above please only ever use the London black cab and nothing else...there are many illegal cab "firms" in London that will heckle you for business and take you to your destination at a cost regardless that they tell you it will be cheap, they are usually uninsured drivers driving death trap cars...Please Please only use the licenced black cabs....i can't SCREAM/SHOUT this loud enough :)

Have a great trip.


Re: London Cabs

by Britannia2

If you look at my travel pages they geneally say which tourist attractions are disabled friendly. My late wife was in a wheelchair for many years and I always try to give advice in my tips about accessability. The black cabs are fine and the buses are supposed to be but we nver tried a bus. The tube is very hit and miss - you really do need to plan in advance where you are going and then see if the station you want to go to is disbaled friendly. However if you use black cabs you should have no problems.

Re: London Cabs

by sirgaw

Got to agree with the comments made by anneesussex. London cabs are the BEST in the world and it takes the drivers an average of 2 years and 4 months to EARN their badge. Although they are expensive, you can rely on the famous London Black cabs (now-a-days they are almost every colour). Yes ALL London cabs are wheelchair accessable and DON'T get a mini cab.

Re: London Cabs

by PatrickLondon

London buses too have ramps and wheelchair spaces, though of course these may be crowded in the commuter rush hours

Re: London Cabs

by jo104

To add my 2c worth all London buses are equipped with a wheelchair ramp & they are free for disabled passengers according to another vt'er who visits regularly he has tried to pay a fare not being a local but the drivers will not take it. www.tfl.gov.uk is the website you can use to plan your journey it may take a bit longer but its more scenic & most buses have a display so you can get off at the correct stop or the driver will inform you.

Travel Tips for London

Attend the Theatre

by Skibbe

The buildings are fascinating to look at, with so much history behind them. And there is an outstanding selection of productions. The half price ticket booths open at Leicester Square and around town after noon on the day of the events assure that the prices are reasonable. Broadway was good, too, but I think this Yank prefers the London stage.

I enjoyed "The Mousetrap" here in 2000--its been playing here for more than 50 years--and "Whistle Down the Wind" which was an Andrew Lloyd Weber production. In 2006, I saw "The Producers" and "Evita" and both of these were terrific too.

FREE London - Many of our Museums are FREE!

by M0B1US

One of the best things to have happened in London lately for tourists is that many of her best museums and galleries containing some of the country's national treasures (and those of other countries...) have had their admissions returned to FREE status...!

These include:

The British Museum, Bloomsbury

The Natural History Museum, Kensington

The Science Museum, Kensington

The Victoria & Albert Museum, Kensington

The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square

Tate Britain, Pimlico

Tate Modern, South Bank

The Imperial War Museum, Lambeth

The National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

There are other, less well known Museums that are also free throughout London - but I'm sure you'll agree that these should keep you busy for a few days... ;-) I can't think of a greater concentration of free museums and galleries of such quality anywhere else in the world - except maybe the Smithsonian Institute of Washington D.C.!


Some landmarks

by benazer

some interesting buildings and landmarks of London,
Hope you onjoy few pictures I put here. When unexpectedly you come to a part of London you have not seen before or not seen for a long time,this happens to me sometimes.

Escalators and Queuing

by tekiegirl

When using escalators (for example on the underground) always keep to the right. Only use the left hand side if you are climbing the escalator rather than just standing.

People in a rush will go past you on the left and if you block the way many people will get annoyed.

The English are renowned for their queuing. Don't try to jump a queue or you'll end up amongst some very disgruntled people.

Originally things like queue jumping would only cause comments and loud ‘tutting’ but the English are getting more venomous.

Talk to NO-ONE on the...

by LuckyPhil

Talk to NO-ONE on the underground, if you want to continue breathing.. Practice staring into oblivion. Anyone talks to you, ignore them.. they probably want money!

Staff on the underground are a friendy bunch unless of course you engage in any interaction with them (ask for directions and they'll spit at you) - and god forbid you should lose your ticket, you'll be fined on the spot - no excuses!

Grumble Grumble


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