#1
Im going next weekend and i want to know some good places to go without payin very much. I have Harrods and thats about it lol. Im taking my american friend so she doesnt know very many places. Yeah so some good recomendations would be helpful.

Thx dudes
#2
Hyde Park. It's free and it's a great place for a concert
Not so good when it's raining though...
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#4
you don't want to go to harrods, jesus christ.
hyde park is wothless.

go to picadilly circus, namely london trocadero if you want a fun time. there are lots of bars and clubs, a huge arcade and bowling alley and things like that. i'm there every weekend and usually most weekdays to, it's THAT good!
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walk downtown, it's a great place to be, atmosphere and all
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walk downtown, it's a great place to be, atmosphere and all


wtf is downtown?
what the hell are you talking about
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you don't want to go to harrods, jesus christ.
hyde park is wothless.

go to picadilly circus, namely london trocadero if you want a fun time. there are lots of bars and clubs, a huge arcade and bowling alley and things like that. i'm there every weekend and usually most weekdays to, it's THAT good!



sorry lol i forget to mention im 16. i dont think she would like arcades that much
#9
You could take her to McDonalds or Wendys so that she can learn about British culture
#10
This is good stuff to know cause I'm going in two weeks. Will be there for about a week.
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#12
- Westminster Abbey
- Parliament Square - you can have a guided tour of the House of Commons
- Oxford Street - The usual Highstreet
- Covant Garden Market - watch out for a stupid bear which tries to hug you outside the Toy Shop. Within walking distance is the Lyceum Theatre.
- Camden Market for small gigs
- Canary Wharf Financial District - a nice walk along the river. It's full of City Professionals where London gets its name from.
- Tottenham Court Road - a ton of guitar shops as well as a few bars and a Snooker Club under Centerpoints.
- High Street South Kensington for high end places to eat. The Natural History Museum is within walking distance.
- The Southbank Building where you can walk to the top and look at all the London Iconic Buildings like the Guerkin, London Eye, PWC Building etc etc
- The London Eye
- Stratford so you can see where the 2012 London Olympics will be
- Tate Modern/Gallery, just before Parliament Square
- China Town in Soho where there are Casinos and amusements as well as the Traditional Chinese Restaurants/market etc.
- The Royal Court of Justice off the Strand - it's a public gallery. Go in to witness a criminal trial.

You don't have to be in Central London to experience London either. Visit places outside inner-London like:
- Hampton Court Palace - where Henry VIII lived. It's an amazing building - huuuuge
- Buckingham Palace
- Kew Gardens in Richmond (& the Butterfly House)
- Royal Horticultural Gardens (a Royal Garden). It's massive and it'll take at least a day to walk through all of it. It's full of wild trees and rare flowers displayed in the most amazing fashion.
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Last edited by Harmonius at Sep 11, 2008,
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that place is amazing
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#16
I would suggest visiting the World's End in Camden, but seeing as you're only a young'un you'll have to give that one a miss. But go to Camden anyway.
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Quote by Harmonius
- Westminster Abbey
- Parliament Square - you can have a guided tour of the House of Commons
- Oxford Street - The usual Highstreet
- Covant Garden Market - watch out for a stupid bear which tries to hug you outside the Toy Shop. Within walking distance is the Lyceum Theatre.
- Camden Market for small gigs
- Canary Wharf Financial District - a nice walk along the river
- Tottenham Court Road - a ton of guitar shops as well as a few bars and a Snooker Club under Centerpoints.
- High Street South Kensington for high end places to eat. The Natural History Museum is within walking distance.
- The Southbank Building where you can walk to the top and look at all the London Iconic Buildings - the Guerkin, London Eye, PWC Building etc etc
- The London Eye
- Stratford so you can see where the 2012 London Olympics will be
- Tate Modern/Gallery, just before Parliament Square
- China Town in Soho
- The Royal Court of Justice off the Strand - it's a public gallery. Go in to witness a criminal trial.



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Quote by Harmonius
- Westminster Abbey
- Parliament Square - you can have a guided tour of the House of Commons
- Oxford Street - The usual Highstreet
- Covant Garden Market - watch out for a stupid bear which tries to hug you outside the Toy Shop. Within walking distance is the Lyceum Theatre.
- Camden Market for small gigs
- Canary Wharf Financial District - a nice walk along the river. It's full of City Professionals where London gets its name from.
- Tottenham Court Road - a ton of guitar shops as well as a few bars and a Snooker Club under Centerpoints.
- High Street South Kensington for high end places to eat. The Natural History Museum is within walking distance.
- The Southbank Building where you can walk to the top and look at all the London Iconic Buildings like the Guerkin, London Eye, PWC Building etc etc
- The London Eye
- Stratford so you can see where the 2012 London Olympics will be
- Tate Modern/Gallery, just before Parliament Square
- China Town in Soho
- The Royal Court of Justice off the Strand - it's a public gallery. Go in to witness a criminal trial.



jesus thats quite a list. thanks dude there are some gd suggestions there. i'll have a talk with her.

thx also to everyone else for the suggestions
#21
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Go to Denmark Street and play guitars for pretty much the whole day.



oh i know all about that street lol. she does like music but im not sure if she would want to go because she doesnt play much
#22
Why does everyone go to London? Come to Birmingham, we have a big shopping centre AND you can get all your stuff (including your pride) taken FOR FREE!! ... hmmm, I need to rethink that one.
#23
Head over to Queen Victoria street on the 13th to go talk to the anti-scientology protesters! They have free cake and its a generally light hearted laugh, lots of music, lots of dancing

And its for a good cause.