Presidential Apartments

102 George Street, London, W1U 8NT, United Kingdom
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Excellent
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15
Very Good
48%
29
Average
11%
7
Poor
10%
6
Terrible
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  • Couples90
  • Solo33
  • Business50

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Cheap Flights

by nyceagle1633

I intend to visit London (first time) October 16 to October 19, 2009. So far, I am only finding $629 USD flights from Newark, NJ to London Heathrow.

Does anyone have sites, etc...information so I can find a flight in the $500 USD range. I would leave in the evening of October 15, return October 19.

Help.

Re: Cheap Flights

by leics

www.skyscanner.net suggests Virgin Atlantic > Heathrow at 292.08 USD each way as the lowest fare for your dates.

www.virgin-atlantic.com

Continental Airlines comes second, also Heathrow, at 307.49 + 312.36 USD.

www.continental.com

Re: Cheap Flights

by sfdodger

If you go for a longer stay it will be cheaper. For a first trip I wouldn't go just for a weekend as you will be jet lagged on arrival and only have one full day. Hardly worth the expense in my opinion.

Re: Cheap Flights

by nyceagle1633

It is for a visit with some of my soccer/football (3) mates to visit a friend who moved back to the UK who used to play with our pub club in Jersey City. We are staying at his flat, so three nights is all could tolerate, and I've been to Europe 3X and never had jet lag, so I should be okay with the 6 hour difference.

Travel Tips for London

Well, I didn't go see all the...

by canuckcj

Well, I didn't go see all the tourist attractions. I didn't go see Buckingham Palace(not interested), went and saw Big Ben at night time, and of course went to Piccadilly Circus on the weekend. A must is to get out of this place....

Constantly changing London

by phil_uk_net

Nothing ever stays still in London. The old buildings of historical significance are protected but other buildings are constantly being pulled down as new ones go up.
This picture shows Tower Bridge and, to the right, the latest addition to the London skyline.
Built on the site of the old Baltic Exchange building that was severely damaged by an IRA bomb in 1992, this is Sir Norman Foster's latest creation. It will be home to the insurance company Swiss Re.
Of course, all new buildings are obliged to have a nickname, especially if they are unconventional and resemble something else. This one is known as the "gherkin"! It is the second tallest building in the City, after the NatWest Tower although Canary Wharf in Docklands remains London's tallest building.

Running out of time

by daryll

Have you ever experience or even imagine, those final days when you are in UK and you suddenly realised there is so much to see in London but you miss?

Or for those who coming to London in such a hurry and short trip then i recomended the best solution.

SIGHTSEEING BUS TOUR! Get on this hop on hop off anytime anywhere whenever you want.

English Customs

by thenugget31

The English love to drink tea ..with milk. Also coffee is popular - especially in the morning...

Football and tennis are the most popular sports

English breakfasts, bangers and mash, Fish and chips and Sunday roasts - are all the boasts of English cuisine!

It is sometimes said that English people are distant at 1st but once a friendship develops they can be lifelong friends. I think this is because English people are real and not fake, they wont always pretend to like you if they dont - if they do like you then it will be genuine - of course these are all generalisations

English people have a good sense of humour, a good sense of reality and are very down to earth and unpretentious - apart from the pretentious ones!

Just smile and be friendly!

Jubilee Market

That's the...

by Jaco_Emmen

Jubilee Market

That's the place to visit for some ' antique' or jewelry or old coins, some nice ' business' man and women will welcome you to their stands to have a look at the nice small buyables

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