Camden Town and Borough Market are Must Do's, first for the wide variety of stuff that is there, second for some really amazing food and snack options. Plus you can take a boat to/from Camden if you don't want to take the bus. Also highly recommend: Churchill's command bunker museum. Esp if its raining. London Eye is ok, best if it is crystal clear out.
LOVED the Imperial War Musuem, and if you can get up to Duxford, that alone is worth a day. The Victoria and Albert (V&A) is also a lovely place.
So a nice mix of modeling and non-modeling activities.
It is a 45 min or so train up to Cambridge but there is a US War Cemetery there, along with the colleges and a lovely smallish town to walk. Love it up there too.
But yes, for the love of god and country, on the escalators, STAND RIGHT, WALK Left (and walk is more on the way up, on the way down people RUN).
And definitely get the Oyster cards. Save you the hassle of tickets, and are so easy to use on the bus too. There are TWO apps you have to download:
LONDON TUBE MAP from Mapway. Its free so there are some ads, but it is invaluable for figuring out which tube line to take where, and the schedule, etc. Second is a London Bus App.Try the one from Mobicia. Again free, so some ads, but if you want a prayer of navigating the busses, you'll need help.
Edited by CANicoll, 03 September 2017 - 02:33 PM.