My parents are in their mid 70's and going to London for the first time. They will be there for 8 days in March. They are staying close to the Tower of London. Tower Bridge and River Thames and Tower Hill Underground Station are only a short walk leading to all other parts of London. They have never been to London, are in good health but have typical limitations at their age, mainly walking for long periods. Would love any tips for local delicious places to eat, tips on "getting around" and any day trip thoughts?! Thank you so much
What to do,see,eat in London
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