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by bbx1947

i fly into LHR terminal 4 & need to go to St Stephens mews W2 5QZ, which underground do i get & route to address

Re: directions

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Re: directions

by leics

You can take the Tube into London from Heathrow if you wish, although there are other ways of getting there. Tube is the least expensive option.

Transport info and links here:

The nearest Tube station to St Stephens Mews is Westbourne Park on the Hammersmith and City line.

Tube map here (not a download):

It would be easier for you to take the train from Heathrow to Paddington (Heathrow express or Heathrow Connect) and then take the Tube: Paddington is on the Hammersmith & City line.

Otherwise use the Tube map above and the journeyplanner here;

to show you routes and timings using the Tube.

Re: directions

by IanMacPhail

It`s cheaper by the Underground (most of the journey is overground). The fare will include your transfer to the Hammersmith and City line.

Re: directions

by jonellis

To answer your question, The only Tube line that services Heathrow is the Piccadilly line. You can take that line to Hammersmith and change over to the Hammersmith and City line which goes to where you wish to go. You can buy a single ride ticket that covers you all the way. Cheapest way to go.

Re: directions

by Lady_Godiva

I find the Transport for London (TFL) website to be the easiest site to use when you are trying to get from A to B in London.

It will take you about 1 hour 20 minutes to get to W2 5QZ. Take the underground from Terminal 4 at Heathrow, change at Hammersmith for the Hammersmith and City line, then get off at Westbourne Park station and walk to your address (about a 10 minute walk). You'll find a map of the route if you use the journey planner on the website I just mentioned (be sure to untick the 'National Rail' option though, otherwise it will tell you to use the Heahtrow Express).

Travel Tips for London

Bridge over the Thames

by MarvintheMartian

Along from the London Eye is this Bridge which runs along side a railway track.

There are various bridges which you can walk along to cross the Thames, this one takes you between the South Bank at the Royal Festival Hall and Embankment Tube Station (Charring Cross Station is just up from Embankment).

Read Time out!

by marisa81

Read 'time out" the what's what of London magazine, it is sold at most newspaper stands and grocery stores, and tells you everything you can do in London. Scour this magazine well, there are lots of deals you can find in there, like free club passes, etc. While reading 'time out" i noticed an add and sent away for free tickets to a comdey club, these tickets would have normally cost 15 pounds at least, and we had a great night out for free.

Everything Old is New again

by pedersdottir

Carnaby Street. Calls to mind the Swinging Sixties. Mary Quant. Big eye makeup and bobbed hair.

For three decades the look was out of fashion and out of mind. On Carnaby Street it has re-emerged with a passion. Miniskirts and fishnet stockings. Vinyl slickers and Cleopatra eyes. Psychodelic colors.

Along with the fashion scene there has been a renovation and refitting of local buildings. It is worth a visit, if only for the nostalgia of it all.

Carnaby Street is between the London Palladium and Piccadilly Circus, off Regent Street.

Check out MADAME TUSSAUD'S: A...

by Sharrie

Check out MADAME TUSSAUD'S: A very popular wax museum founded in 1835 by Madame Tussaud who created her first wax figures at 17 in Paris.
Look for your favorite idols in the exhibition. Life size models, including important historical figures are exhibited.

And here I was thinking we spoke the same language

by Dabs

Although one of the pluses of visiting London is that Americans and British share the same language, there are quite a few words and phrases that have different meanings depending on which side of the pond you are on

chips US-a snack that comes in a bag, UK-what we call French fries

jumper US-someone taking a leap off a building, UK-sweater

football-US-sport that the Chicago Bears play, UK-soccer (which inexplicably has not caught on in the US)

dear-US-something you'd call your sweetheart UK-expensive

biscuit-US-biscuits and gravy UK-cookie

bonnet-US something you wear on your head, UK-hood of the car

Cheerio US-cereal UK-goodbye

The attached picture is of a bar that I saw somewhere near Holborn, I had a really good laugh when I saw that it was named Bunghole, in the US it is a slang word for anus but a bunghole in England is the hole bored into a wooden barrel that would hold beer or wine

Well, I think you get the picture, you catch on after a while


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