My friend and I are traveling to the UK for my birthday, and plan on leaving within the week. We have a one way ticket though.
Put yourself in a border control officials shoes - it's all about the likelyhood of you actually wanting to stay and do something you shouldn't - like work. From many years of personal experience, it will largely depend on who you end up seeing at the border, and your response and attitude to questions. I'll give you one peice of advice, don't start that 'but i'm an american' stuff with the border control people, your entry is at their sole discretion, and if there's a balance to be tipped, that sure is gonna tip it in the wrong direction for you lol. For future reference, just get a 2 way ticket if you're unsure about return dates, they are nearly always cheaper than one ways anyhow (even taking into account the extra cost of getting the additional one way back when you decide the date), and you can always just buy the return from the UK. good luck :-) about 7 years ago
Life is meaningless and hard. about 7 years ago
What do you mean 'the best way'? The best route driving? or do you mean is train better than car etc? about 7 years ago