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Where could I take my mum in London where we could spend the day without getting lost?
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Where could I take my mum in London where we could spend the day without getting lost?
Any cute little Cafès? As long as you plan the journey you won’t get lost.
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What do you guys like?

You could probably spend most of a day in the British Musuem, V&A or Science Museum and they're all very well signposted from the nearby tube and bus routes. Or somewhere like Kew Gardens is gorgeous and obviously enclosed and has maps! Realistically though you won't get lost if you plan your journey and use Google Maps etc. There are also lots of street maps.
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Go Brixton. It's actually gentrified now and has nice marketplaces and restaurants.
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Any cute little Cafès? As long as you plan the journey you won’t get lost.
Thank you.

(Original post by becausethenight)
What do you guys like?

You could probably spend most of a day in the British Musuem, V&A or Science Museum and they're all very well signposted from the nearby tube and bus routes. Or somewhere like Kew Gardens is gorgeous and obviously enclosed and has maps! Realistically though you won't get lost if you plan your journey and use Google Maps etc. There are also lots of street maps.
My mums Asian and I just want to take her on a day out so we wouldn't go to museums and stuff. Kew Gardens seems like a nice idea though thank you so much.

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Go Brixton. It's actually gentrified now and has nice marketplaces and restaurants.
Thank you.
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South Kensington's a nice area, it's got the museums, nice restaurants and close to Hyde Park.
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South Kensington's a nice area, it's got the museums, nice restaurants and close to Hyde Park.
I'm from Birmingham and I'm looking at places to go in London and all of them you have to talk like 3 trains and 2 buses they're all so far
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I'm from Birmingham
Big up to you
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I'm from Birmingham and I'm looking at places to go in London and all of them you have to talk like 3 trains and 2 buses they're all so far
nah not really if you're staying central
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I'm from Birmingham and I'm looking at places to go in London and all of them you have to talk like 3 trains and 2 buses they're all so far
London is a big city. Sometimes you got to make that trek.
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There are many cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars in London. What is your budget and taste? If you enjoy seeing scenic London views, then the Shard is a good restaurant to dine at. Use TripAdvisor to narrow down your options for eating out, there are filters on the site to use. Alternatively make a list of eateries.
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