Couple of questions. Much obliged to any helpful comments. My wife and I are traveling through London for 4 days (flying into Heathrow) from end of March to beginning of April, with follow on travel through St Pancras Int. tube station. We want to maximize our time spent, and need a little help to enjoy the most out of our visit. Currently the London City pass is discounted by 10% (69.3 pound for 3 day or 91.8 pound for 6 days). Is it worth purchasing as a standalone or with the travel option (96.3 pound for 3 day or 145.8 pound for 6 day option). Should we just get an Oyster card and/or the travel card? We plan on visiting the following: Changing of the Guard at Buckingham, St. Paul's, British museum, Tower London, Tower Bridge, Covent Garden, National Gallery, Florence Nightingale museum, Churchill War Rm., Westminster & Houses of Parliament, Trafalgar & Piccadilly Sq., & Shakespeare theatre, Windsor Castle, & any others we can squeeze in. I've read in other forums that the pass is NOT worth it. However, unless my math is messed up, it seems that there is significant savings as well as front of the line priority to save time. Is it busy in London early April? With the exception of Windsor castle and possibly Stonehenge all travel will be in and around the city of London. Currently I'm looking at the "Premier In London County Hall" near Waterloo station. Is it a nice place? Seems to have decent reviews. Do you think this is a viable location for the stuff we want to do? Look forward to your responses.