Thinking of visiting the London Eye? I’ve dropped some tips for you below but of course the best tip of all is to contact me before you plan your trip to London. I can help you to maximize time and save money by doing things in the right order, at the right time, and on the right day. That’s
why I’m a travel expert. Enjoy my London Eye tips and be sure to call or email me to help you plan your visit to London. The queue to the London Eye can be impressively long but it moves quite fast. The average waiting time is about 20-30 minutes in high season but can exceed half an hour on school holidays, long weekends, during the summer and on bank holidays.
There are actually 2 waiting lines: one to buy the ticket and another one for boarding. It’s possible to skip the first line by buying your ticket online. In any case, if you purchase a standard ticket you’re expected to arrive half an hour before the boarding time to get your pre-booked ticket and pass the boarding line. Among the available ticket options on the London Eye’s booking page you will find a fast-entry ticket (priority line) and flexible tickets, but, of course, they’ll cost you more. #london#visitlondon#visitunitedkingdom#londonlife#londoncity #londontown#vacationplanning#londoneye
The older the city the harder it can be to push a child around or navigate with a walker or wheelchair. But London really is a kind place for travelers who need a little help. It continues to improve in public transport, restaurants, attractions and street access. I’d love to plan your trip to London and if you have special needs I can make sure that all the details are taken care of. Reach out and contact me today and let’s get planning!
2122 hours ago
London is honestly one of the most romantic cities in the world. The steady bustle but without all the noise of New York, the excitement, the history, the beautiful architecture… and no matter where you end up, there’s always something exciting and new to see or do. There’s hints of all its 2000 year history everywhere you look, whether it be the London Wall, Whitechapel, Westminster Palace, the Docklands and Canary Wharf, or the grungy vibe in Camden Town. You don’t have to be a newlywed although it’s a wonderful honeymoon destination. You don’t have to be celebrating an anniversary, but that’s a good idea too. London is just a perfect city for any couple wanting to reconnect.
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Brits and Americans might speak the same language, but there are plenty of British words, phrases, and slang that mean something totally different in America. Different words, different pronunciations, and different spellings have created two distinct separations in the English language: British English and American English. Here are a few tips to keep you out of trouble...Don't ask a British person about their pants. You'll get a very funny look, and maybe even a slap round the face, because you'll be inquiring about their underwear and not their trousers. When British people refer to an anorak in conversation, there's a good chance they're not talking about a coat you wear in the rain.
Brits use the word anorak as slang to describe someone who has a very boring hobby.
In the UK, a purse is a wallet, which is kept in a handbag. As opposed to the American way, where a wallet is kept in a purse. Don't start planning your next camping trip just yet.
Camp is also a very British way of saying something or someone is deliberately exaggerated or theatrical. In the UK, a biscuit is a delicious, thin, baked treat you'd dunk in a cup of tea, maybe covered with a layer of chocolate or with a few pieces of dried fruit baked into them.
A biscuit is not a savory, dense chunk of buttery dough, and you'd practically never eat an English biscuit in the same mouthful as gravy or chicken.