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Gt Lon, London

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"Good shopping places are Oxford St, Regent St and Knightsbridge."  See More

"If you have young ladies going with you, the young lady I was just with loved shopping on Oxford St especially at Top Shop and the giant Lush store which has products unique to London."  See More

"uk There's something for everybody in the city - all the popular attractions: Tower Of London, National Gallery, The British Museum, Tate Modern, London Eye, Covent Garden, Buckingham Palace, Oxford St, Regent St, and Bond St, for shopping."  See More

"Personally, I would spend the time in London: it is a beautiful time of year to see Oxford St done up for the holidays and watch the New Years fireworks at the London Eye and House Of Parliament."  See More

"uk/) Whilst it's not a tourist attraction in itself, it will be cheaper than many places to stay, and is situated less than 10mins from Oxford St on the tube and around 25 minutes walk along the Thames to Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and Parliament, which in turn is only 10 minutes walk in each direction from Trafalgar Square, Buckingham Palace, Horse Guard's Parade and the London Eye."  See More

"And of course there is the centre with everything you've seen about London on TV (London Bridge, Big Ben, Oxford St) and a lot of shopping but also MANY people and tourists."  See More

"Oxford St is a good place to explore for shopping & there are some good cafes, restaurants in side streets."  See More

"Having said that, staying somewhere central off Oxford St could work very well for you."  See More

"For shopping you can start in the heart of it at Oxford St and head pretty much anywhere from there and I highly recommend Covent Garden for its pretty cafes and quirky shops."  See More

"You can take the subway from the airport (ask there which line, I don't remember) to Piccadilly Circus Travel Information Centre, walk a little on Regent St, get inside the Soho, then take Oxford St to the The British Museum, make a quick visit to see the egiptian and greek treasures (its free), then take Holborn to go to Saint Paul's Cathedral, cross the Millennium Bridge, visit the Tate Modern, take a walk on the Southbank Centre, pass the City Hall and cross through the Tower Bridge."  See More

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