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We're travelling to London in March. We plan on doing tourist stuff in the daytime and possibly going to a gd dinner at nights . Are there areas of the city to avoid at to stay safety-wise?

We have shortly two hotels 1.) st. giles classic hotel near tottenham court road tube station &

2.) royal national near Russell square..

Can some1 suggest which one should I go for or give better options…am looking for hotels near tube stations & my budget per nite is 150-$


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101. Re: london

Pretty sure we are being taken for a ride ...

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102. Re: london

'how is east coast train for scotland?' Remarkably easy to book at the website, and even easier to use for travel, where passengers board the train, sit down, and let the driver do the rest.

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103. Re: london

Reminds me of the old story about Cary Grant. A journalist is working on a story about Cary Grant with a tight deadline. He needs to gather some background information, so he sends a telegram to the publicist of Cary Grant asking about the age of the star:


But Cary Grant intercepts the message and decides to send his own reply:


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