Destination Diary – London, England

Posted By Trav


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If you’ve listened before, you’ll remember me not being a big fan of London, but I’ve changed my tune quite a bit!

While I still won’t admit that English food is very good, we’ve found a couple of places I really enjoy, and this last time in London was quite a lot of fun!

Today Heather joins me to talk about our favorite areas of the city, some of the best places to eat, and a TON of things to do. From free museums (yes, free!) to a great way to see shows for cheap, we have some great tips for the budget traveler in today’s episode!

Have any recs for our next trip to London? Let us know @PackOfPeanuts!!

Today’s episode has been sponsored by our friends at Tortuga Backpacks!

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In This Episode

  • 05:00 The cost of getting to London
  • 09:30 Getting around town
  • 12:00 Area reccomendation
  • 18:00 The food & drink
  • 33:35 The 12 hour itinerary
  • 37:15 So many things to do!
  • 53:04 The rest of the 12 hour itnerary
  • 57:37 The can’t miss, skip, & wish


To Eat

To Drink

To Do

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  1. jazzulka says:

    You whetted my appetite and after listening, I booked today 4-day stay for September. I was twice in London but in December and February, so this time sun and at least reasonable temperature please:)

    1. Trav says:

      @jazzulka – 3rd time was a charm for me too…so fingers crossed it’ll work for you too! I’ll also be there in September. C’mon nice weather!

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