Tower Bridge Apartments London

PO Box 36608, Queen Elizabeth Circle, London, SE1 2JW, United Kingdom
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Forum Posts

Visit

by larrysigny

When visiting Tower Bridge, it is usual to enter by the north tower, cross the walkway, then go down the south tower to see the engine room. Is it possible to do this tour 'backwards' - ie. entering by the south tower to see the engine room and then going up to the walkway? From a transport point of view, this would be easier for me and my friends this weekend.

Larry Signy

Re: Visit

by puerto_lover

Larry - I think they have an admission entrance so they can have staff to look at tickets/issue tickets at one end, then the other end does not need to have a duplication. And it's probably 'safer' to know who is passing through and numbers etc. Walking from the south exit to the north is not far at all -- except that is when the bridge is open. Lifting times on here -

http://www.towerbridge.org.uk/TBE/EN/BridgeLiftTimes/

Re: Visit

by planxty

Larry, if it is transport that is worrying you, don't. The entire bridge should only take a reasonably fit person ten minutes or so to walk across, so you will not be too inconvenienced even if you have to double back on yourself.

Hope this assists, if it is not too late!

fergy

Travel Tips for London

The Long Terminal 3 Walk

by AkiSan

The layout of Heathrow airport is huge. If you're used to US airports like LAX, McCarran and SFO like I am, then Heathrow will give you a workout. The most important thing I can say is to get a free luggage cart the first time you see one and put all your luggage on it, trust me, even if you have luggage with wheels, you will want the cart!

This goes for arrivals and departures as the walk can be long both ways.

Why do I care? When we flew to Heathrow last week from LAX, it was less than 500 feet from the LAX ticket counter to the security checkpoint, and then less than 300 feet to the gate from security. I'd say that from deplaning at Heathrow to getting to the Heathrow Express, it was a good 1/2 mile...

Don't wear yourself out just getting out of the airport, the carts are free and are there for a reason! Just be carefull on some of the floor areas as they can be slippery and slanted - it can make navigating the cart a bit tricky.

Queen Victoria Memorial & The Gates

by Blatherwick

Outside Buckingham Palace is the Queen Victoria Memorial, which celebrates the days of the British Empire. The memorial includes not only the marble statue of Victoria and the glittering figures of Victory, Courage and Constancy, but also the ornamental gates given by the Dominions. These are the Australia Gate, South Africa Gate and Canada Gate.

Right direction movement

by LanaFromRiga

It was my first visit to London and it was a big problem for me this right direction movement. I soled the problem when mentioned words “Look right” or “Look left” before each crossroads. This really helped to save myself from accident.

Regent Street
Again, you will...

by Pierre_Rouss

Regent Street
Again, you will find a lot of very elegant buildings along this fashion street, very high quality men English clothing, like Burberry, Aquascutum and Austin Reed; a favorite of mine Hamleys, a world renowned toy store; nice silk scarves and fabrics at Liberty. From Picadelly Circus, take Regent street, and resume West on Oxford street toward Hyde Park. Best shopping area in London. The craziest too!

Kindness of the Londoners

by deecat

When my daughter Jill left home to live in London, Allan and I were quite worried. She was only 19 or 20 years old and by herself. I was so relieved when she became friends with a married couple (Bob and Gay Scruton) who took her "under wing" and watched out for her.

When I came to visit, Jill and I went to visit them. They were such a wonderful couple. They did not have children of their own, unless you count the darling little white Scottie dog that they had!

They served us dinner, and it was the only time in London that I ate my food with "glee" because it was so delicious.

This couple, and all the other Londoners whom I came in contact with while there for a week,
went out of their way to be kind, helpful, and courteous. I was so impressed.

(I took this photo while visiting the couple who "kept an eye" on Jill while she was in London. This is Gay, and this is their lovely home.)

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Address: PO Box 36608, Queen Elizabeth Circle, London, SE1 2JW, United Kingdom