London visitors sometimes need to find a place to store luggage in London, often on the day they arrive or plan to leave the city. Even if you are staying in a hotel that lets you store your luggage before or after checkout
For people who are visiting London and plan to do some day trips (which, if you’ve read my article about great cities for day trips, you’ll know I don’t recommend this unless you’re staying for a week or more.
There are plenty of things to do in Oxford on a day trip, and it’s quite easy to get to the city from London even when traveling on your own (no need for an expensive tour!)
Out of all of the souvenirs you could get to commemorate your London trip, professional photos of you around the city are the ones that I think you’ll love the most, and for the rest of your life.
If you’re booking your London hotel soon and want to feel like you’re a Londoner, there are three great areas to stay in for a more local experience. Think neighborhood pubs, cute cafes, and Londoners going about living their life in the city…
With Easter Weekend in London quickly approaching, it’s time to figure out how to spend it if you’re visiting London during the holiday. The fact that it’s an extra long weekend means there is tons happening all over the city, whether you want it to be child-friendly or you just want to party your face off.
Are you thinking of booking a London hotel that’s near the major sights? There are three great areas I suggest to stay in that will have some of London’s most famous attractions within walking distance. I’ll also give you some hotels in those areas that I think you might like.
If you’d like to buy my 3-Day London Itinerary but it’s not quite in your travel budget at the moment, well, heck! I want you to be able to experience…