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I'm gonna be staying in London for 6 days next week (for work). What's some neat stuff to do and see? What are some cheap places with good food?
I'll be around Camden

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  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Camden is dead. Used to be cool. Now its just a commercialised shell of its former self. Even cottaging on Hampstead Heath is over.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Use this master list of london museums to pick where to visit

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      I'll be going to London for the second time next year. Last year I went but only for a day so I was only able to knock out the major tourists sites like the British Museum, Buckingham Palace, etc.
      I've made a list of places I want to go so I'll share some with you:
      >London dungeon
      >Temple of Mithras
      >The Clink Prison Museum
      >The Real Greenwich Prime Meridian
      >Monument to the Great Fire of London
      >London Charterhouse
      >The Wallace Collection
      >Old Operating Theatre Museum
      London also has a great spooky history so if you're into ghosts and murderers and such I can post some more places like that.

      wow, this is fantastic. Thanks Anon.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        >London dungeon
        as a Londoner, I strongly advise against this
        it's an overpriced haunted house masquerading as something unique

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          The London Dungeon is fine so long as you know what to expect. It's a 2 hour, tour where you're strictly moved from one room to the next for each part. It's an ok way to spend a morning, just make sure you spend money getting the queue jump tickets (you'll be queuing for as long as you're on the tour otherwise).

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

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  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    london has many opportunities for anon depending on what his interests (depraved or otherwise) are

    If you're going to be working during the day then you won't have too much time to yourself, get your bong hosts to take you out on the piss and have a look at the loot in the British Museum

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    viktor wynd museum was really cool

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    london i always feel like there are predators looking around watching everyone for weakness

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Get a sunday roast somewhere. The best one I had was at the Landor in Clapham North. Definitely check out the canal and Primrose hill. Best meal I had was at the pitted olive in St Pancras. Get a sausage roll from greggs.

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Speaking of London, I plan to make a trip to the UK but only as a Beatles pilgrimage. I only really care to go to museums and stuff about the band, so I assume it's just mostly Liverpool and London that I'll be going to. Is there a guide of places to go?

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Is there a guide of places to go?
      https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/article/the-beatles-music-trail-england

      or try to decipher this website
      https://www.beatletour.com/beatles-tour-itinerary

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    any interesting places near London to visit? are Bath/Stonehenge worth it? should I consider cities like Cambridge/Canterbury/Brighton? Thanks

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Brighton is a beach town for gays

      Cambridge is nice but more out of the way with not much else out this way so if you are just here on a holiday for a couple of weeks go to Oxford instead as it's nearer to the other popular places (Bath, Stonehenge/Salisbury, Cotswolds) and imo a nicer town anyway

      >are Bath/Stonehenge worth it
      Are you driving? Then sure. I have seen that the (not hating because I do these all the time abroad) npc day trips from London are offered to them so also probably worth it if you have a limited time in the UK and don't want to spend it all just in London. I wouldn't bother if you expect to go to them on trains/ public transport yourself

      >Canterbury
      Never been, probably a nice town. It's associated with the Anglican church and the last I heard they were working out their pronouns and if god was non binary or not. Probably some nice buildings to look at at least

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      depends what you think is interesting, but there are loads of interesting places near london.
      the difficulty with travelling in uk is to find a large cluster of interesting stuff with minimal unpleasant stuff- with the way the economy shifts everywhere that isn't a large city - most main shopping streets in towns and even small cities are turning to shit -independent shops cant survive, only dollar stores, charity shops, chain pharmacies, immigrant barbers, the one storefront that closed down and is now a heroin junkie campsite, chain restaurants, low tier trash immigrant food shops(i like plenty of ethnic food, but the random turkish frozen food kebab/pizza/chicken/fish shops somehow thrive), low tier trash local greasy spoon all day beans on toast, generic pub dinner menu. however if you are a true newbie to uk, seeing a shite small city highstreet is part of the cultural experience. the city might have an interesting landmark or two, a nice city park, a nice suburb where london commuters live. i think there are several great places to eat outside the big cities but they are all in the country villages.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      bath was pretty cool how widespread the nice architecture is, if you get outside the tourist crowd you can still be in a comfy neighborhood
      if you have a car - you are in vicinity of the Cotswold's famous for many little villages, castle combe is a good example. lawiener is nearby too not sure if its officially Cotswold's

      not been to stonehenge.
      salisbury nearby looks like it has a few sites worth seeing.

      cambridge the tourist area is very cool for a tourist area but crowded. in my expereicne exploring random things outisde the tourist area i didnt find as comfy areas like i did for oxford - tho i liked cambridges tourist area more. i liked both. tech and famous uniersities - lots of asians

      cantebury is strange - it was like mix of half historical touristy town with half culturally decaying small uk city. i think i was tired of visiting places when i went there.
      try dropping some random google street view pins in areas near the landmarks you'd go, it never tells the full story, but to me it backs up my impression.

      not been to brighton- i think it has enough economic appeal to not have the small city cultural regression
      been to the seven sisters cliffs they were cool but it was a winter time gale so we couldnt really hike along them

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        depends what you think is interesting, but there are loads of interesting places near london.
        the difficulty with travelling in uk is to find a large cluster of interesting stuff with minimal unpleasant stuff- with the way the economy shifts everywhere that isn't a large city - most main shopping streets in towns and even small cities are turning to shit -independent shops cant survive, only dollar stores, charity shops, chain pharmacies, immigrant barbers, the one storefront that closed down and is now a heroin junkie campsite, chain restaurants, low tier trash immigrant food shops(i like plenty of ethnic food, but the random turkish frozen food kebab/pizza/chicken/fish shops somehow thrive), low tier trash local greasy spoon all day beans on toast, generic pub dinner menu. however if you are a true newbie to uk, seeing a shite small city highstreet is part of the cultural experience. the city might have an interesting landmark or two, a nice city park, a nice suburb where london commuters live. i think there are several great places to eat outside the big cities but they are all in the country villages.

        Brighton is a beach town for gays

        Cambridge is nice but more out of the way with not much else out this way so if you are just here on a holiday for a couple of weeks go to Oxford instead as it's nearer to the other popular places (Bath, Stonehenge/Salisbury, Cotswolds) and imo a nicer town anyway

        >are Bath/Stonehenge worth it
        Are you driving? Then sure. I have seen that the (not hating because I do these all the time abroad) NPC day trips from London are offered to them so also probably worth it if you have a limited time in the UK and don't want to spend it all just in London. I wouldn't bother if you expect to go to them on trains/ public transport yourself

        >Canterbury
        Never been, probably a nice town. It's associated with the Anglican church and the last I heard they were working out their pronouns and if god was non binary or not. Probably some nice buildings to look at at least

        thanks for the info guys

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          don't miss on visiting a castle/palaces/stately homes/historical houses etc if you've not been to that kind of place (perhaps a royal palace in europe is more opulent)
          worth seeing one or two, but unless they were of specific interest i wouldnt do more. some people like the the history/design/associated famous figures/popculture usage/ it was in the neighborhood..
          some examples there are always more
          places in/near london
          Buckingham palace - main royal palace
          Hampton Court Palace - royal, known for Henry VIII. historical tennis
          Kensington Palace - royal 17th and 18th century
          Tower of London - crown israeliteels display. Classic Norman castle structure.
          Eltham Palace - art deco over a medieval palace, large gardens
          Mansion House - mayors residence
          Lambeth Palace - archbishop
          Kenwood House
          Kew Palace
          Spencer House
          Dr Johnson's House - museum of an old dictionary writer's house
          Fenton House
          Leighton House Museum
          Osterley - country estate inside of london
          Red House - William Morris designer. Also The William Morris Gallery is another historical house/gardens
          Sir John Soane Museum - very congested collection
          Apsley House
          Sutton House - Tudor Home in Hackney
          Chiswick House
          Dennis Severs’ House
          Ranger’s House
          Syon House
          Keats' House - muesum of poet
          Eastbury Manor House
          Ham House

          some places near the suggested daytrips and similar distance, some need car
          Windsor castle - royal residence
          Blenheim palace - largest non-royal estate, churchill's aristocratic family
          Highclere Castle - if you have women on your trip, was in Downton Abbey
          Highgrove House - King Charles and Camilla's house, maybe only the gardens open to public
          Dover Castle - very large. the town is dumpy tho typical as described, but there is another historical fort, and a coastline white cliffs of dover.
          Leeds Caslte (not near leeds city)
          Rochester Castle
          Hever Castle
          Bateman's (national trust). the mansion that rudyard kipling owned
          Bodiam Castle
          Cliveden House- estate turned hotel

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Brighton is a beach town for gays

          Cambridge is nice but more out of the way with not much else out this way so if you are just here on a holiday for a couple of weeks go to Oxford instead as it's nearer to the other popular places (Bath, Stonehenge/Salisbury, Cotswolds) and imo a nicer town anyway

          >are Bath/Stonehenge worth it
          Are you driving? Then sure. I have seen that the (not hating because I do these all the time abroad) NPC day trips from London are offered to them so also probably worth it if you have a limited time in the UK and don't want to spend it all just in London. I wouldn't bother if you expect to go to them on trains/ public transport yourself

          >Canterbury
          Never been, probably a nice town. It's associated with the Anglican church and the last I heard they were working out their pronouns and if god was non binary or not. Probably some nice buildings to look at at least

          don’t listen to this guy you can absolutely visit Bath from London by public transport
          Bath is a very easy 1.5 hour train ride from London Paddington

          • 4 months ago
            Anonymous

            sure and if you want to add in a couple more stops in the general south west area you will quickly find it was both cheaper and faster to rent a car

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Diss in Norfolk, it's great. There are many exciting attractions within easy reach.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        My grandfather lived in Diss. It's a nice town

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      A nice little town to visit is Henley on Thames - 45 minutes from Paddington by train
      Windsor is also a short train ride from Paddington

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Go to one of their several airports and go to a better country.

  10. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

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  11. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

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  12. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Where can I coom in London? Hookers are legal there apparently

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

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  13. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Is it a quick bus ride from stansted to camden?

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      No. You'll want to take the Stansted Express to London Liverpool Street (40 mins at the fastest IIRC), then go either one stop Moorgate then take the Northern Line to Camden or take the 214 bus.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        jesus I thought there was a bus ride from the airport
        alright thanks

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          Yeah, half of London's airports aren't really in London at all. At least with STN it is a nice and well connected airport with slightly posh villages around it and a direct train to Liverpool Street, so it's arguably better than Gatwick in many cases. Could be worse. You could be flying in to Southend or worse still, Luton.

  14. 3 months ago
    Anonymous

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