SOUTHBANK, LONDON – I walked along the Southbank, looked up and got an eye full! I know… but anyway, here’s the London Eye – a major tourist attraction. I’m yet to go.
Standard tickets are £17.28. A bit steep, no?
LONDON - The last few days of 2012 were wet and cold and grey. Then things changed as the sun came out on January first. It made London look so beautiful.
The view of the Houses of Parliament.
LONDON – If you’re like me, you looooooooooooooove a good deal where you don’t need to pay full price for something fun to do in the capital. I’ve stumbled upon a really great opportunity for people travelling to London (and I’ve even found a way for Londoners to get something out of this too – it’s legit but just a bit sneaky). Take a look.
It’s called the LONDON ATTRACTIONS 2FOR1 voucher and it’s really easy to use. Here is how it works:
It’s a great saving.
So why this deal? Well, the railways want to encourage more people to London on their trains and they know that a lot of people come to London to see the sights. It’s aimed at people who don’t live in the capital, BUT…if you buy a rail ticket from say Clapham to Waterloo (this could set you back about £2 or a bit more), this ticket will suffice for the deal.
Here are just a few of the sites you could see:
I’m sure you get that it’s a good offering. So get going and see London now.