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A Week in London for 2 TR by Davidmal
100,000 Steps by Yuguy
6 Hours in London by Something Fishy
London + Scotland Trip Report by jshelton
London TR by Yehoshua
Mrs. Hvaces42's Surprise London Birthday Adventure by hvaces42
A Trip to See the Queen's Place: dpk4588 Takes on London by dpk4588


Suggested 1 Day Itineraries
1 Day In London by Davidmal
12 Hour Layover by Aaaron
11 Hour Layover by Mootkim

Drivers
Yitzchok: +44 (0) 20 7101 3535 - 8 Seater New VW Transporter (spacious).
Heathrow Drop-off 75GBP Pick up: 85GBP (plus 25GBP and he brings 8 Danishes to the airport too)
Hourly 65GBP
Daily 475GBP
Very Reliable, very nice and funny guy. Frum, professional and has taken very good care of my client - RCARentals (FlightBlitz).
Emmes Car Service (Stamford Hill) +44 20 8809 4444
Darkei Noam Car Share +44 20 8800 5566
Hotels
General Hotels
NameAreaWebsite          Review
Andaz Liverpool StreetCity               Link
Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill              West EndLinkmguy
Marriott - Grosvenor SquareWest End               Link
Marriott Marble ArchWest End               Link5 minute walk to Western Marble Arch Synagogue

Hotels in Jewish Areas
NameAreaWebsite          Review     Notes
Croft Court Hotel                                   Golders Green          Link
Holiday Inn Brent Cross                                  Golders Green          Link
Holiday Inn Express                                   Golders Green          LinkKosher breakfast, Shabbos meals. Contact hotel for more info.
King Solomon Hotel          Golders GreenLink
Park Avenue HotelStamford HillLinkFormerly Kadimah
The Pillar HotelHendonLink
Yamor Suites-

Restaurants (Partial List)
NameLocationTypeHechsher     Notes
86 BistroHendonMeatLBD
AsadoStamford HillMeatKED'Mediterranean bistro'
AvivEdgwareMeatKF
Bread BakeryGolders GreenBreakfast/LunchLBD
Burger BarGolders GreenMeatLBD
Cafe AromeEdgwareDairyRES
Dagim - Fish&ChipsStamford HillFresh fried fishKEDTake away only - No seating
DelicatessenHampsteadMeatKFMediterranean & regular options
Deli98Stamford HillDeli/Takeout/ShabbosKEDGreat pulled beef sandwich
Flipside Burger BarGolders GreenMeatLBD'Upscale' burger joint. Good food. Very noisy
*Hummus Bar*Golders GreenMeatLBDHighly reccomended - reserve well in advance.
Hummus BarHendonMeatLBDHendon branch. Slightly varied menu. No reservations.
Isola BellaGolders GreenDairy/Fish/Thai   LBD
KaifengHendonChineseLBD
KanteenGG/HendonDairy/FishKFInside Brent Cross Shopping Center
La FiestaGolders GreenMeatLBDArgentinian steakhouse.
Met-Su-YanGolders Green       AsianKF
Met-Su-YanEdgwareAsianKF
Mr BakerHendonBakery/Pizza/Sushi       LBDOK food. Limited seating
One AshbourneGolders GreenMeatKF
PizazaGolders GreenPizzaKFCool on screen ordering at table. Delicious food. See inside the shop!
PizazaHendonPizzaKFNo screens, and smaller than GG.
Reich'sGolders GreenDeli/Takeout/Shabbos   KED
Reuben'sWest EndMeatSKADeli upstairs-Restaurant downstairs
SoYoGolders GreenDairy/FishKF          Good breakfast selection
Sami'sGolders GreenSchwarmaLBD          There are Hendon & Edgware locations as well.
Satmar DeliStamford HillDeli/Takeout/ShabbosKED
Shefa MehadrinGolders GreenDeli/Takeout/ShabbosVarious
Sushi HavenGolders GreenSushiLBD          Also have counter inside Kosher Kingdom
The KitchenEdgwareMeatKF
TishBelsize ParkMeatLBDOpen for Shabbos meals
White FishHendonFishLBD
White House ExpressGolders GreenMeatLBD
White House Express      HendonMeatLBD
ZestFinchleyMediterranean/DairySKA

CLICK HERE for many more bakeries, groceries etc.

Hechsherim Key - As always, AYLOR.

KF - Federation of Synagogues

KED - Kedassia - Local "Heimish" Hechsher

LBD - London Beth Din

SKA - Sephardi Kashrut Authority

RES - Rabbi Eliezer Schneebalg - Machzikei Hadas Edgware





Landmarks & Attractions
You can get 2 for 1 entrance on many of the top attractions by using a railway ticket for travel. (Or just by buying a cheap railway ticket and not traveling). See all the details here: http://www.toptiplondon.com/places-to-visit/2-for-1-offers
AttractionURLNotes
Abbey RoadLink     Famous Abbey Road crossing for Beatles fans.
British LibraryLinkBritain's national library, which houses some fascinating collections including these.
Buckingham PalaceLinkPalace tours only in Aug-Sep. Details for Changing of the Guard here. This tour walks along with the guards from the beginning of their march to the palace and then will get you a nice view of the actual ceremony. 10% off code: FUNGUARD10PC
City CruisesLinkSightseeing cruise on the River Thames.
Harrods of KnightsbridgeLinkLargest department store in Europe, with some really cool (expensive!) stuff on display.
HMS BelfastLinkMuseum on a former battleship.
Horse Guards ParadeLink
Imperial War MuseumLinkHighlights: Holocaust Exhibition, Trench Experience
London EyeLink
Old BaileyLinkWatch criminal trials taking place.
Shakespeare TheatreLink
The ShardLinkView London from the viewing gallery or have drinks at the bar on the 52nd floor. Best time to go is twilight/evening. Possibly a better alternative to the London Eye.
StonehengeLinkPrehistoric monument.
Thames RibLinkHigh-speed RIB boat tour.
Tower of London                             Link     Historic fortress where the Crown Jewels can be viewed.
WB Harry Potter Studio Tour      LinkSee Hogwarts, Diagon Alley etc. See here for a tip on finding last-minute availability
Windsor CastleLinkHistorical castle, and the Queen's weekend home.



General Information

Emergency Numbers
Police/Fire/Amb - 999
Hatzolah - 020 8806 1123
Hatzolah NW - 0300 999 4 999 (Golders Green/Hendon)
Shomrim - 0300-999-0123

-If you plan on using public transportation, get an Oyster card. They are much cheaper and easier to use than conventional travel cards, and never expire. They can be bought in many stores in London, or online. These days one can use contactless credit cards instead of Oyster.(Check here to see if your foreign contactless card will work.)

-Here is a handy planner for the public transport system.

-DD's Kosher Sandwiches can be bought in most major airports and stations and at some supermarkets around London.  Check here for a list of locations.

-Kosher in the West End/City -
Selfridges food hall has a variety of kosher groceries and prepackaged ready food by 1701.
Hermolis  also have a deli counter there.  The range includes schnitzels, spring rolls, kebabs, breaded lamb chops, chicken wings, fish products and salads. Traditional Shabbat dishes will be on sale on Thursdays and Fridays. Supervision is provided by the Kashrut Division London Beth Din
In the City Munch'n'Crunch have a stand in Hatton Garden with kosher meals, sandwiches, sushi and coffee. It is located at 32 Hatton Garden, on the lower-ground floor of Jewellery Emporium. There is also Mincha there at 1:30.

-Kosher food at non-kosher hotels, restaurants etc. can be ordered from the following kosher caterers in London. They provide double-wrapped meals to any location and could also match the menu of your location.
Hermolis (KED/LBD)
Royal Cuisine (KED/LBD)
1701/Adafina (LBD)

Zmanim - MyZmanim London

Minyanim - There are many shuls all over London, however there are a couple of places that have more constant Minyanim throughout the day.

Golders Green
General Golders Green Mincha/Maariv times
Hagers (Beth Yisochor Dov Beth Hamedrash)
R' Chuna's (Beth Shmuel Synagogue)

Stamford Hill
Satmar 26 (Clapton Common)
Pinters
Biala Shul (47 Moundfield Rd, London N16 6DT, UK)
Here is a list of addresses and zmanim for the above, and other places.

-Minyan in the West End could be found at the Marble Arch Synagogue. Shacharis during the week is followed by breakfast, and a kiddush on Shabbos.

-Most food products in general stores do not have a hechsher on them. This does not necessarily mean they are not kosher. For example, Coca-Cola does not have a hechsher, but it is kosher. Here is an online kosher product search that could help. Link to Android app.
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1770 on: April 27, 2017, 01:09:47 PM »
I have an 8 hr layover in London (EDI - LHR - ORD; Land LHR 9:30am) on a Monday in May, and would like to get in to the city to do something. This is what I'm thinking, how realistic is this plan?

Also, when would you recommend getting back to LHR for a 5:15pm flight to ORD?

Take Heathrow Express to Paddington Station
                Can go to Rubens here?
Transfer to Bakerloo (Underground) to Piccadilly Circus
Look around Piccadilly Circus
Walk to:
Buckingham Palace
Big Ben

Board City Cruises tour boat at Westminster Pier
                Could just take ThamesClipper (http://www.thamesclippers.com/)?
Cruise River Thames to Tower Pier (40 min)
Walk to Tower Hill Station
Take Circle (Underground) to Paddington Station
                Can go to Rubens here (get off Circle at Baker Street Station)
Transfer to Heathrow Express to Heathrow Airport

Is this for a 2 day connection or 8 hours  :o

Pick 1 activity and 1 meal.
Save your time, I don't answer PM. Post it in the forum and a dedicated DDF'er will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1771 on: April 27, 2017, 01:13:15 PM »
I have an 8 hr layover in London (EDI - LHR - ORD; Land LHR 9:30am) on a Monday in May, and would like to get in to the city to do something. This is what I'm thinking, how realistic is this plan?

Also, when would you recommend getting back to LHR for a 5:15pm flight to ORD?

Take Heathrow Express to Paddington Station
                Can go to Rubens here?
Transfer to Bakerloo (Underground) to Piccadilly Circus
Look around Piccadilly Circus
Walk to:
Buckingham Palace
Big Ben

Board City Cruises tour boat at Westminster Pier
                Could just take ThamesClipper (http://www.thamesclippers.com/)?
Cruise River Thames to Tower Pier (40 min)
Walk to Tower Hill Station
Take Circle (Underground) to Paddington Station
                Can go to Rubens here (get off Circle at Baker Street Station)
Transfer to Heathrow Express to Heathrow Airport

Short Day I agree 3-4 Hours
Maybe more if you don't have any bags with you to check out or check in.


I would suggest:
1. (Arrive at 11-11:30am) Tower of London
2. (12:30pm) Walk to the river and take photos of Tower bridge
3. (1pm) Then river cruise past London eye, shard and Shakespeare's globe to Big Ben and house of parliament (arrive at 1:45pm)
4. then from there I would do a Uber to Buckingham Palace (till 2:30)
Head to Airport
If you have time you could stop at Reubens


If you arrive early you can schedule more time at one of those things.

Skip Piccadilly

this above list will maximize the sites you see in the shortest time.
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"Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it ~Ferris Bueller"

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1772 on: April 27, 2017, 01:21:47 PM »
is it my any chance on MAY 15 ?

no :(

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1773 on: April 27, 2017, 01:24:31 PM »
My TR has Info on the Tower, River Cruise & Palace
http://forums.dansdeals.com/index.php?topic=70097.0


hope its helpful.

you should map it on Google Maps.
Here's My Map
you could use for Checking times between things.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KWSSo2nbnbXWNy03E-tYZz4DICw&usp=sharing
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1774 on: April 27, 2017, 01:42:35 PM »
Maybe more if you don't have any bags with you to check out or check in.

I would suggest:
1. (Arrive at 11-11:30am) Tower of London

Skip Piccadilly

No bags to check!

How would you suggest getting to Tower of London from LHR? I was recommended to the Heathrow Express as the fastest way to get to the city...

I was thinking about going to places my husband has no interest in (since I hope we'll properly tour London someday together), and he has no interest in Piccadilly... is there anything to see there? Why do you say skip it?

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1775 on: April 27, 2017, 02:23:44 PM »
No bags to check!
How would you suggest getting to Tower of London from LHR? I was recommended to the Heathrow Express as the fastest way to get to the city...

1 h 2 min

 10:03 AM (Friday)11:05 AM
 Train  Heathrow Express    Subway  Circle    Walk
10:03 AM from Heathrow Terminals 2-3


1 h 10 min
 10:02 AM (Friday)11:12 AM
 SubwayPiccadilly    SubwayDistrict    Walk

1 h 8 min
 10:07 AM (Friday)11:15 AM
 Subway  Piccadilly    Subway  District    Walk

1 h
 10:03 AM (Friday)11:03 AM
 Train  Heathrow Express    SubwayBakerloo    Subway   Jubilee    Walk


Above was tested at Friday Morning

try google maps.
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1776 on: April 27, 2017, 02:24:54 PM »
I was thinking about going to places my husband has no interest in (since I hope we'll properly tour London someday together), and he has no interest in Piccadilly... is there anything to see there? Why do you say skip it?
Nothing worth seeing.
its a mini mini mini time square.

Not screaming London Historically to Me.


If you have time you can Uber or stop there on the tube
but I think it's not worth the thought let alone the stop.
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1777 on: April 27, 2017, 06:24:30 PM »
Short Day I agree 3-4 Hours
Maybe more if you don't have any bags with you to check out or check in.


I would suggest:
1. (Arrive at 11-11:30am) Tower of London
2. (12:30pm) Walk to the river and take photos of Tower bridge
3. (1pm) Then river cruise past London eye, shard and Shakespeare's globe to Big Ben and house of parliament (arrive at 1:45pm)
4. then from there I would do a Uber to Buckingham Palace (till 2:30)
Head to Airport
If you have time you could stop at Reubens


If you arrive early you can schedule more time at one of those things.

Skip Piccadilly

this above list will maximize the sites you see in the shortest time.

If your looking to go the Tower of London not much of difference btwn Heathrow Express and Underground. Save the money.
Tower of London is nice.
Maybe do one of Matt's Walking Tours.
https://funlondontours.com/london-walking-tours
Anyone took any of the other tours ( besides for changing of the guard) ?

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1778 on: April 27, 2017, 06:27:12 PM »
If your looking to go the Tower of London not much of difference btwn Heathrow Express and Underground. Save the money.
Tower of London is nice.
Maybe do one of Matt's Walking Tours.
https://funlondontours.com/london-walking-tours
Anyone took any of the other tours ( besides for changing of the guard) ?
Matts tour is a killer for someone on a super tight schedule
I love the boat because it goes from 2 major sites to 3 major sites and past 5 major sites
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1779 on: April 27, 2017, 09:17:44 PM »
Anyone took any of the other tours ( besides for changing of the guard) ?

He has some sort of discounted promotion now. I got an email a few days ago.
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1780 on: May 04, 2017, 09:30:48 AM »
Currently on a quick Business trip to London and had some random thoughts thus far. The Wiki is tremendously helpful:
- AA 772 lie flat is really really solid. Soft product is inconsistent but seat is great with tons of legroom. JFK and LHR lounges are fresh and clean with showers and ironing service in LHR.
-Heathrow express is the way to go(probably stated a few times, but another data point).
-Stayed at the One Aldwych. Ordered food from Hermolis(as the hotel is far from Reubens). Rates aren't cheap, but cheaper than other 5 stars and a lot less stuffy. They asked when and where I wanted food delivered, and delivered to the second of when they said they would. Great location to walk around the city(or Jog, which is a great way to see the city instead of the gym). Indoor pool looked cool too.
-Hermolis food was really good. Tasted as if it was freshly ordered from abigaels or Le marais.
-DD sandwhiches are really good as well. Kosher food situation is really manageable with proper planning.
-London is a really great city. People compare to NYC and dismiss but the character and architecture is really cool.

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1781 on: May 04, 2017, 12:22:22 PM »
Currently on a quick Business trip to London and had some random thoughts thus far. The Wiki is tremendously helpful:
- AA 772 lie flat is really really solid. Soft product is inconsistent but seat is great with tons of legroom. JFK and LHR lounges are fresh and clean with showers and ironing service in LHR.
-Heathrow express is the way to go(probably stated a few times, but another data point).
-Stayed at the One Aldwych. Ordered food from Hermolis(as the hotel is far from Reubens). Rates aren't cheap, but cheaper than other 5 stars and a lot less stuffy. They asked when and where I wanted food delivered, and delivered to the second of when they said they would. Great location to walk around the city(or Jog, which is a great way to see the city instead of the gym). Indoor pool looked cool too.
-Hermolis food was really good. Tasted as if it was freshly ordered from abigaels or Le marais.
-DD sandwhiches are really good as well. Kosher food situation is really manageable with proper planning.
-London is a really great city. People compare to NYC and dismiss but the character and architecture is really cool.

nice little TR!
-DMC
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1782 on: May 04, 2017, 12:23:50 PM »
Currently on a quick Business trip to London and had some random thoughts thus far. The Wiki is tremendously helpful:
- AA 772 lie flat is really really solid. Soft product is inconsistent but seat is great with tons of legroom. JFK and LHR lounges are fresh and clean with showers and ironing service in LHR.
-Heathrow express is the way to go(probably stated a few times, but another data point).
-Stayed at the One Aldwych. Ordered food from Hermolis(as the hotel is far from Reubens). Rates aren't cheap, but cheaper than other 5 stars and a lot less stuffy. They asked when and where I wanted food delivered, and delivered to the second of when they said they would. Great location to walk around the city(or Jog, which is a great way to see the city instead of the gym). Indoor pool looked cool too.
-Hermolis food was really good. Tasted as if it was freshly ordered from abigaels or Le marais.
-DD sandwhiches are really good as well. Kosher food situation is really manageable with proper planning.
-London is a really great city. People compare to NYC and dismiss but the character and architecture is really cool.

But did you do any activities?
any photos from the hotel food etc?
-DMC
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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1783 on: May 04, 2017, 01:38:11 PM »
Currently on a quick Business trip to London and had some random thoughts thus far. The Wiki is tremendously helpful:
- AA 772 lie flat is really really solid. Soft product is inconsistent but seat is great with tons of legroom. JFK and LHR lounges are fresh and clean with showers and ironing service in LHR.
-Heathrow express is the way to go(probably stated a few times, but another data point).
-Stayed at the One Aldwych. Ordered food from Hermolis(as the hotel is far from Reubens). Rates aren't cheap, but cheaper than other 5 stars and a lot less stuffy. They asked when and where I wanted food delivered, and delivered to the second of when they said they would. Great location to walk around the city(or Jog, which is a great way to see the city instead of the gym). Indoor pool looked cool too.
-Hermolis food was really good. Tasted as if it was freshly ordered from abigaels or Le marais.
-DD sandwhiches are really good as well. Kosher food situation is really manageable with proper planning.
-London is a really great city. People compare to NYC and dismiss but the character and architecture is really cool.

Nice mini TR - as stated by Davidmal!
Can someone please explain why everyone raves about the  Heathrow Express, in does not seem so much quicker to London then the Underground, just a lot cleaner and has wifi. Why pay the extra $30?

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Re: London Master Thread
« Reply #1784 on: May 08, 2017, 09:51:39 AM »
Hi,
Going to Israel for Lag B'omer with an all day stopover in LHR.  I arrive at LHR on Thirsday May 11 at 6:25 am.  My flight to TLV leaves Thursday night at 10:30 pm.  I have no checked bags being that I am leaving Israel Monday morning. 

I would prefer to daven with a minyan, if not I could daven at the airport and hopefully find a place to store my carry on bags.   Since I have the whole day and dont see myself returning to London in the near future what do you recommend me seeing?  I'm one person and use to moving fast.  Where are there places to store carry on at LHR?  What time do I need to leave London to be back at  LHR? Would love to grab a bite to eat at some point or 2. Thanks in advance for all your help and ideas. 

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