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  1. yflyer
    30th July 2016 12:59 AM
    yflyer
    If you are in London over the weekend, a weekend in Paris may be worthwhile too. Very convenient on Eurostar.

    I have not been to football matches in the UK, but if you can get tickets, and if you are a fan, I would go!

    Also budget some time to go shopping on Oxford Street, and also catch a musical if you can.

    There is so much to see in London, you can't really go wrong. I am sure you will have a great time!

    Enjoy your trip!
  2. yflyer
    30th July 2016 12:59 AM
    yflyer
    Dinner in restaurants in London or Reading, at places like London Street Brasserie, can be as quick or as slow as you want. I've eaten there as a single diner there many times. I am normally done in an hour or 90 min. Lots of eating options. Also, if you feel like Chinese food, London is GREAT. Roast duck and lobster noodles are very good there.

    Well the sights in London are all quite well known and all worth seeing. Tower Bridge, Tower of London, Westminister Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, London Eye, all those are must sees. I would also recommend Windsor Castle. The British Museum is pretty good too.

    If you want a nice view, apart from the London Eye, go to The Shard.

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  3. yflyer
    30th July 2016 12:58 AM
    yflyer
    To get to Reading, I usually use Paddington station, and just buy the tickets on the spot in the station. There are so many trains and services, you don't have to reserve seats, or even a specific train, just an open ticket.

    The rail network in the UK is quite easy to use. You can buy machines for domestic rail services which can be used on any service (either peak or off peak tickets) -- you don't have to select a specific timing, just the destination, and the signs in the station will tell you which is the next fastest train to the destination. An open ticket is fine.

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  4. yflyer
    30th July 2016 12:57 AM
    yflyer
    Hello hguo83,

    Thanks very much for your message, and glad you enjoy the TR's! Posting this here because your account on SQTalk is not setup to receive private messages.

    Nice to know you are visiting London soon. London is a great place to visit, and I am sure you will enjoy your trip.

    For trains in the UK, I've not used trainline.com. I normally just buy tickets at the station in London.(Either Paddington or Waterloo.)

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