How to get from London Heathrow T1 to Shepards Bush Empire, and how much?

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Planning a trip to a concert in the Shepard's Bush Empire, flying into Terminal 1 Heathrow, need to know the best route and how much it will cost. Bit overwhelmed by all the websites. Thanks for any assistance.

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Take the Underground Piccadilly Line to Hammersmith. Then walk up Sheperds Bush Road to Shepherds Bush Green. It is a 10 minute walk. If you are returning to Heathrow on the same day the cheapest ticket will be a One Day Off Peak Travelcard at £8.50. This gives you unlimited travel on the Underground and buses for the day over most of London including central London and Heathrow and all points in between www.tfl.gov.uk

How to find a good removal company in London?

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I will need a big company to move my staffs !

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Open up a web page, type in "www.google.co.uk" and in the search bar type "removal company London"

How to setup a stall at my local park in London?

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HI,

I wonder if somebody can point me in the right direction here> I am looking to setup a stall on the 5th of November, bomb fire night, at my local park. I will be looking to sell novelties such as toys and lights.

Will I need a licence or permission from the park or local council first and also are there any fees involved when doing this.

Any advise or a pointer in the right direction would be great.

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You will need to check with your local council. You can probably ring or email them. I have just had a look at my local council website, but it only covers street licences - £20 for a one day street licence, or free for a temporary stall at a street festival. I suspect they would charge something, but not too much. Just as an example, for a non food stall near a local major football ground on a match day, the licence fee is £19.

how to start planing a vacation to london for a family of 3?

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Me and my husband are talking about taking a vacation next year around the summer to England with our little man who will be 4yrs around that time, my question is how to start planning for that (like what are good hotels that are kids friendly, places to visit, tours that we can take to visit major places etc) I am a little lost on how to start so i would really appreciate if someone can help me. Thanks!

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Start off by getting an idea of how much flights and hotels are. You could try sites such as Expedia which can give you a price of flights + hotels in one search. Once you've had a look, set yourself a budget that you feel happy spending. There's plenty of websites which offer advice for kid friendly hotels which you could look at too. You might want to start looking at prices now and keeping track of them because they can vary wildly. Booking in advance usually means that things'll be cheaper, but as we've just had our Jubilee a lot of people suddenly realise that they want to come here - the airlines know this so they increase their prices until the hype dies down a bit. There's sooooooo much to do in London, you really won't be stuck. But go ahead and search the internet for tourist attractions that look appealing to you, then add them to a list or something. You could also visit your local library/book store for a travel guide to London - or if you're feeling rather modern there's many excellent iPhone/iPad apps that you could take a look at. Once you've made your list of things that you want to do, just plan it all out on a calendar! Print off a blank one online or even make one yourself and pencil in all the things you want to do on that day. Remember that London is a big city and it'll take a while getting from place-to-place so limit yourself to one morning activity and one afternoon activity. It's very important to have breaks too! So make sure you have some days when you have no plans. It might sound like a waste of time now but with all of the walking around that you'll be doing you'll be glad that you have some time to rest. Good luck! And have an amazing time in London, I'm 110% sure that you will!!

How to write a work experience application for a big hotel in Central London?

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I am applying for work experience as part of a school project and was thinking of working in a good hotel in Central London. Do you think they would take me if I don't have any previous experience and how do I write an application letter? How do I start it if I don't know their name and don't want them to automatically delete my e-mail without looking?

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Its doubtful they would, If they did you would be making beds or cleaning up in the kitchen.

How to get to London Gatwick airport during the night?

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How can I go from London to Gatwick during the night (like 4 am) and if there is a coach (buses), are there any public transportations that early within London any other than taxi to go to the pick-up place to Gatwick?

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There are no national Express coaches during the night from London to Gatwick Airport. However trains from London Bridge and London Victoria operate 24 hours a day to Gatwick Airport www.nationalrail.co.uk Lots of bus routes serve Victoria Station throughout the night wwww.tfl.gov.uk Telephone 0843 222 1234

How to get to hemel hempstead aqua splash from uxbridge station?

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how do i get to aqua splash in hemel hempstead from uxbridge station or hayes&harlington station; as much detail as possible including trains/buses where to get off,fares and how long. thanks.

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From Uxbridge you will need to change buses in Watford or take the Green Line 724 from Uxbridge to Watford Junction Station and then a train (frequent) For more comprehensive details contact Traveline www.traveline.info Telepgone 0871 200 2233

How to start planning a trip to London?

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Me and a couple of my friends are planning on going to London this summer as our senior trip, but, we don't know where to start? Like should we stay in a hotel? Or rent an apartment? We will be staying from the beginning of June to the beginning/middle of August. And also, what should we do while we are there?

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http://www.roughguides.com/website/shop/products/London.aspx

How to find a job in London before i move there?

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Im planning on moving to London in the summer of 2012 from the south coast. I live about an hour and a half away so its not too bad but im not sure how to go about finding a part-time job there? Can anyone give me some advice and also just general tips for moving there?

Answer: 
Honestly, you are dreaming. Currently there are 1.85 million people who cannot find work right now. A number which is rising by another million by the end of 2012. I know people with degrees who have been job searching for almost a year now... You have no chance.

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