have you been before? in two days you can cover most of the big ones - ie Buc Palace, Big Ben and Houses of Parl, London Eye, trip down the river, picadily Circus etc.
if its sporting you want you could check out Wembley for ground tour or maybe cathc a cricket match you might get lucky and get a game at Lords!
there are scores of London football grounds - the Gunners new stadium is by far the best. Shame it not footie season mate!
you could take in a show one night and then eat after that - there are tons of great places to eat - it all depends on what you budget is?
if its Michelin stars you after then you can try place like Claridges -about £350 for two of you depending on when you go - you can get a set lunch for £30 if you just want to go and its about £40 for a bottle of wine so you could do it for less! you can eat for peanuts in chinatown too its all there ans easy to find!
you will have a blast and its all very easy to get about and most of the main sites are very central and can be walked to be honest!
at day pass for the Tube is only about £7.
I dont live in London but go 3 or 4 times a year but if there is anything you would like me to try and find out for oyu please let me know!
btw i just bought my tickets for the NFL London game in October at Wembley!
if its hotels you are looking at then let me know how much you want to spend and i can poit you in the right direction! basic Travel lodges you can book for £26 per room if you book a few months ahead and are basic but clean and well placed! ro you can go top end end and pay a fortune!
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