Assuming COVID travel restrictions are resolved, I will be visiting London with my two young adult sons for 6 days in late January 2022. This will be our second visit to this most excellent city. We are staying in a hotel near Earl's Court. We are very comfortable on the underground. We will be arriving via train from Edinburgh on a Monday afternoon and leaving via a flight from LHR the following Sunday afternoon.
We enjoy general exploring and not overly planned days. This is my 'definitely need to make happen' itinerary, but would love your thoughts on interesting additions.
Monday- arrive early afternoon, would love to have a not overly pricey dinner in the area of Earl's Court (overly pricey= more than 20 pounds per entre)
Wednesday- Maybe a show? Globe Theater or tickets from Leicester Square site for something lighter.
Thursday- probably will need another visit to Borough market by now... nothing else planned as yet
Friday- Me and the younger one will be taking a train to the Tank Museum in Bovington.
Saturday- Portobello Market (?).
In order to make some appropriate recommendations, when last we were there, we went to, and enjoyed: Tower of London, Greenwich Observatory, Royal Navel College, British Library, Churchill War Rooms, Tate Britain, Museum of London, and Highgate Cemetery. Probably do not need to return to these attractions this visit though.
Also, I know January is likely not the best time of year to visit, but that is the time frame I have due to my work schedule.
Also, anyone know if you can buy cheese approved for international travel? We were able to bring back some Gouda for my hubby from our trip to The Netherlands. We are big cheese lovers.