Bookstores

Q: I have a question concerning bookstores in london.There’s supposed to be a street near covent garden where there are ”only” bookstores. the problem is that i cannot recall the name of the street. A: are you thinking of Charing Cross Road? It runs parallel to Covent Garden. There are other stores in the road…

Black museum

Q: How does one see the Black Museum? A: check out their site for information on opening hours and location http://www.touruk.co.uk/london_museums/black_cultural1.htm _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ London for Free FAQs (part of www.londonforfree.net)

Where to stay

Q: We are planning to come visit London. There will be 4 adults. Do you have any suggestion as to where we should stay???? We don’t want to stay in a bad place but we don’t want to pay a lot of money to stay either. We plan to do a lot of sight seeing…

221B Baker Street

Q: Is Baker Street 21B a real address or just an address in the Sherlock Holm’s stories? A: 221B Baker Street is a real address but Holmes is of course only a fictional character _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ London for Free FAQs (part of…

London in 3 days

Q: My Mother and I will be visiting London for the first time next May 2005 and will have three full days for sightseeing before heading to Dover for our cruise. I am trying to figure out how to plan seeing the many sights in three days. I would love to get your suggestions, as…

Medieval restaurant in London

Q: I heard about a restaurant near Tower of London where the waitreses are dressed like in XVI century and the food served there is the same or almost the same with the food served to Henry the 5-th, and in the same kind of dish.Do you know what am I talking about? If yes…

Harry Potter tours

Q: can you tell me, who provides a “harry-potter-tour” (visiting filming locations)? A: I believe a company called London Taxi Tours does these types of tours, but they aren’t free. I know you can see the sign for platform “9 and three-quarters” for free, at Kings Cross station. _ _ _ _ _ _ _…

London Eye

Q: which is the best way to obtain tickets for london eye A: http://www.ba-londoneye.com/ I would book directly with the booking office either online or by phone: Phone bookings can be made by calling +44 (0)870 5000 600. The queues for buying tickets in person on the day of your visit are usually quite long.…