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Old 28 May 19, 07:31 PM  
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I go with my friend every year for the first day of Wimbledon, our itinerary is about the same most years!
We usually stay premier inn or Travelodge, then it's picnic and champagne in a park on arrival day followed by a nice meal late evening, i like the Palm court Brasserie at covent garden, the next day is taken up with wimbledon. The following day is a gallery or museum, drinks and meal somewhere close to where we are and the last day is Borough market followed by a meal at kings cross dishoom before we catch our train back.
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Old 28 May 19, 08:32 PM  
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For my 50 we too spent a few days in London. I can recommend the sky garden, and not too bad a price to get a drink. We also went to the London dungeons, which we all enjoyed, a great look at the grim history of London.
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Old 28 May 19, 08:38 PM  
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Have a look at Grange St Paul's or Grange Tower Bridge. Lovely 5* hotels and not that expensive compared to others. You can usually get a good deal including breakfast by booking direct. I would highly recommend Roast in Borough Market for breakfast. Its fabulous but quite hard to get a reservation.
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We’ve done the hop on hop off buses, you used to get them outside The Ritz and get a boat trip too. I might have changed though, a visit to Hamleys for the kids. The London eye is good, Carnaby St and Covent Garden for st entertainers. We love The Theatre and there are loads of family shows, we saw Aladdin last year and it was amazing. Jersey boys is our favourite, dd loved it and she was 14 at the time. Not sure about eating we usually end up in TGIs or Byron or Five Guys, we also went to Borough Market and Spitafields which are worth a look but I wouldn’t rush back in a hurry. Enjoy there’s so much to see and do.
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Originally Posted by marypoppins38 View Post
Have a look at Grange St Paul's or Grange Tower Bridge. Lovely 5* hotels and not that expensive compared to others. You can usually get a good deal including breakfast by booking direct. I would highly recommend Roast in Borough Market for breakfast. Its fabulous but quite hard to get a reservation.
These are both Leonardo hotels now as 4 of the Grange Hotels were bought 2 months ago. They haven't changed since purchase (I live on the same road as the Tower Bridge hotel).
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