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As @neubery commented, the London bus map is divided into six reasonably sized spider-maps, namely, Central London Bus Map Central London Night Bus Map North-West London Bus Map North-East London Bus Map South-East London Bust Map South-West London Bust Map You could simply download the relevant PDFs on your phone, zoom in and plan your journey yourself. ...


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You can take the train or a coach the main couch companies are nationalexpress, easybus to get into London. It is cheaper if your book your ticket a long time ahead, however you don't know how long it will take for you to get past passport control etc. Then you need to take the tube or the bus, Transport for London has a good website with a on-line ...


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I would order one from Amazon and have it send to a Amazon Locker. (Do not depend on using your phone unless you download all the maps you need, as phone signals are very poor on a lot of UK roads.)


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There's no need to cancel the card if a partial refund isn't "directly" possible. A full refund of the PayG, but excluding the £5 deposit, can be obtained without cancelling the card - I have requested this successfully. I'm sure a part of this refund can be loaded into the Oyster immediately. Hence, = partial refund.


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Short answer Use your existing contactless bank card, don't buy an Oyster Card. Reasons You can skip queuing for a few seconds at a ticket machine to buy an Oyster card You can skip queuing for a few minutes at a ticket office, after your holiday, to get your £5 Oyster deposit back - quite a few people forget this step and end up with the Oyster card ...


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As of 2013, Turkish Airlines started flying to Ulan Bator directly from Istanbul, or on some days via Bishkek. Depending on the exact days of travel, that might be the cheapest connection from Europe.


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From diamond geezer's blogspot: At the Goresbrook interchange, the most iconic of Artscape's installations. The two exit roundabouts each rise to a sharp elevated point, curved and conical, created from a skin of black tarmac. Officially they're named Scylla and Charybdis, but their shape has earned the nickname Madonna's Bra, or (sssh) Madonna's Tits. ...


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Going out on a limb here I would say that it represents a play-on-words. Placing a Witches' Hat on a roundabout recalls the homonym carousel game. A witches' hat roundabout, is according to Wikipedia: A cone shaped playground roundabout that is mounted in such a way that the axis of rotation is free to tilt. In the old days, these roundabouts looked ...


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London's city centre could be considered to be the City, aka The Square Mile. Which is it's own municipal zone with it's own police force. It comprises much of historical London and most of the big tourist attractions are in it, or very close to it. However it's a terrible place for night life. Very few people actually live there. And the entire area ...


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The area you have described as the 'city center' with bars and clubs is typically referred to by Londoners as the "West End".... The West End of London (more commonly referred to as simply the West End) is an area of Central London containing many of the city's major tourist attractions, shops, businesses, government buildings and entertainment ...



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