Ryder Street Chambers Serviced Apartments

3 Ryder St, London, SW1Y 6PY, London, SW1Y 6PY, United Kingdom
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hop on,off bus versus train

by tabando

Me and my husband will be arriving in london heathrow at 8:15, Oct 15 and will be flying to Athens at 9pm and all our bags will be forwarded to the next flight.It will be our first time and we would like to see these places... Buckingham palace, london tower, london bridge,westminster abbey, St. paul's cathedral. We also want to do thames river cruise. With the time we have can we do all of these? please let us know for the best option we have... thanks a lot

Re: hop on,off bus versus train

by christine.j

Did you see the replies to your first question?

Re: hop on,off bus versus train

by leics

Here are the replies to your first question:

http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-489834-1-1-Travel-0-309228-London-discussion.html

and to yesterday's:

http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-490132-1-1-Travel-0-309228-London-discussion.html

There is a lot of detailed advice in both sets of replies.

You will not be in central London much before 10am, and will need to leave by around 5-6pm.

You cannot go into Buckingham Palace when you visit. You need at least 2/3 hours to visit the Tower of London and an hour or so for Westminster Abbey.

You can take the hop on bus or just use the Tube (underground train) to get around London. Only you can decide which best suits you.

If you want to take a river cruise when you will not have time to go inside both the Tower and Westminster Abbey,imo. River cruise timetables and information here:

http://www.visitlondon.com/areas/river/ravel/getting_around/riverboat

http://www.citycruises.com/

(free ticket with the Original Tour hop-on bus http://www.theoriginaltour.com/tour_information/page_164)

http://www.thamesriverservices.co.uk/

Travel Tips for London

Don't miss the changing of the Guard

by lindasm

The changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace really gives you the true London experience. Even if you don't want to be caught up in a large crowd, you can view the guards as they approach just east of the Palace walking down The Mall. Being close enough to "feel" the experience

And that is why .....

by Mique

According to our very good source on London tidbits of information (chrishc) the reason why the bay windows of the houses are all different is that in the old days when there wasn't a lot of street lightening you could find your way back home in the middle of the night even when you were drunk. The doors might all look the same but the bay windows didn't. Usually there was a bit of light in the house so that way you could recognise your own and not end up in your neighbour's house.. Interesting isn't it?

REGENT'S CANAL

by Helga67

Regent Canal was built in 1820 as a link between the northern industry and the Thames and North Sea. Up to the 20th century canal boats, originally horsedrawn, used the canal to transport oil, coal, timber, and refuse. Today, these boats operate guided historical cruises along the canal, from Little Venice through Regents Park to Camden Market.
You can also walk a path (about 30 min) next to the canal and enjoy the many lovely painted boats moored along the canal.

PEARLY KINGS AND QUEENS

by BerniShand

the London Pearly Kings and Queens Society raises money for many local London charities, wearing their distinctive suits covered in hundreds of mother of pear buttons they are an iconic London sight

the society came into being through the work of Henry Croft a roadsweeper and rat-catcher, who would visit local orphanages donated goods from the Costermongers who worked on the markets, the costermongers started the tradition of sewing the pearl buttons to their clothing, eventually Henry organised to costermongers into the charity that does so much good work today

we met this Pearly King as he was on his way to Covent Garden market and he was happy to pose for pictures and give us information about the charity, its so good to see an old tradition being preserved

When riding the subways on the...

by moremaga

When riding the subways on the London Underground remember to stay to the right on the escalators. My friend in London told me about it and it's true. If you stand on the left side during commuting hours locals will tell you to move to the right and then they will push by you. I guess if I was working and commuting everyday I would get tired of oblivious tourists making me late for work too...

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