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If you would like an informed commentary as you tour around London in comfort, there is no one better than a London black cab driver. Equally eloquent on solving the international financial crisis, unemployment and all politics, black cab drivers know every inch of London and how best to avoid the city’s frequent traffic snarl-ups.
Visit all of London`s famous landmarks, from Buckingham Palace to the London Eye and from Westminster Abbey to the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Not only is your driver a qualified tour guide, but black taxis are comfortable for those who need wheelchair and other disabled access. You will have lots of opportunities to stop and take photos.
Enjoy the trip down the Mall from Buckingham Palace to Trafalgar Square, past the Admiralty Arch. This stretch of central London road is closed to all tourist transport except black cabs.
Try arranging a trip on the London Eye to see London from the world`s highest wheel. A trip in one of the 32 glass capsules takes just 30 minutes. Parking spaces for black cab tours around the Eye and neighbouring County Hall are plentiful so there is no need to worry about walking too far.
Take a black cab for a day out of London to visit 900 years of history at Windsor Castle. You are able to visit the Castle`s state apartments and St. George’s Chapel, finishing off with lunch at one of Windsor`s historic pubs or restaurants. After lunch, drive down from Windsor by the riverside to Runnymede where, in 1215, King John signed the Magna Carta, the document that founded much of English law.
For a fascinating experience of ghoulish London, take a cab to Whitechapel in East London where Jack the Ripper committed his murders. On the way, pass the Old Bailey court that stands alongside the site of Newgate Prison with its debtor`s gate set within the old walls of London.
Hunt for bargains at Brick Lane and Spitalfields Markets before seeing the Olympic site at Stratford. Finish the day at Maritime Greenwich, a World Heritage Site with beautiful riverside buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
For both fun and education, there is no better place than South Kensington in south west London. The Natural History, Science and Victoria & Albert Museums are located in a convenient location around Exhibition Road. Take in dinosaurs, inter-galactic travel and Medieval tapestries before stopping off for afternoon tea at Harrods department store.
It is only 100 miles from London to Bath, a city of Georgian beauty in the county of Somerset. The London taxi can take you to see the Roman Baths, Assembly Rooms and the iconic Royal Crescent with plenty of photo opportunities. The return trip takes in Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire and the Neolithic stones at Stonehenge. If you have time, you can even drive into Salisbury and see Britain`s most magnificent cathedral, or drive through Oxford instead and see this ancient city’s Dreaming Spires.
You will be back in London in time to collect Boxoffice tickets for the theatre in the evening. After the theatre, arrange a trip around London at night and see the riverside lit up in glorious splendour.
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