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    Check out london walks for fun, reasonably priced walking tours all over the city, day and evening. about 9 years ago

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    you dont need to do a tour to see london. grab a local bus guide, and the local buses all drive past the famous sites you will want to see.. big ben, london eye, parliament house, westminster, harrods, royal albert halll, kensington, wimbledon, anywhere. A day bus pass will cost no more than approx £6.

    Google the places of interest, and you will be able to see what is open, nothing really closes in london. There is always something on be it day or evenings that you are wanting to fill. about 9 years ago

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    Hello Mani,

    Yes you would definitely find cheap accommodations in London. If you search the web you will find there are many tours on offer for singles, couples and groups.

    Looking on the Internet and on message boards are great places to start your search, as it would give you an idea about the rates as well. You could also use estate agencies that specialize in short term rentals as well as properties for sale too. Example of good reputed agency is http://www.plazaestates.co.uk/properties-to-rent/buying-to-let .I hope they could be of use to you. almost 8 years ago

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    hi , as London is great city with many interesting places, museums, pubs, restaurants, and hotels ranging from luxury hotels to country side accommodations, you can find cheap accommodation as per your budget, So there is no question to worry about accommodation. over 7 years ago

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