3 Days in London
How To Spend 3 Days in London and Bath; A helpful itinerary. I’ve always wanted to visit London because of my obsession with their English accents. I finally got the chance last summer. The city was buzzing and tourists were everywhere (Shocker). I have to say, the city was beautiful and the people kind. You should make the trip if you haven’t yet.
Expensive is the one word to describe the transportation system in London. London has a great public transportation line, if you miss a bus or a train, one would come every 5 to 10 minutes. It’s great! However, the tickets, in my opinion were extreme. For an all day train pass, you would have to pay 12 pounds. Its a lot if you add it up everyday, and the all day pass I believed work for both the bus and the trains.
If you have an oyster card, and wouldn’t be utilizing public transportation often then the oyster card would be the best bet for you. But if you planned on using the card often, you would be spending a good amount of money. Only because it would be cost you 2.75 pounds for each time you swipe your card. You might as well go with an all day pass.
I stayed at the City Live In London in Wembley. The place was great and so was the staff. In order to enter the building, they give you a key which also goes to your room. If you should lose that key, you would have to go through security. The accommodation was a 10-15 minute walk from the Wembley Train Station and there was an access to buses as well. There’s a common room and kitchen for guests use and the Wifi worked well.
There is food everywhere, I decided to be economically smart and buy groceries that would last me three days and made bag lunches. This saved me money on the trip, because we know how expensive food can be in tourist areas.
I hope I gave you a good overview of where to go, where to stay and how to get your desired destination. If you haven’t visited London yet, please do so. You have one life to live, so make it an adventurous one.