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Today, I took it upon myself to treat my wife to the sights of London. Big Ben was being renovated, London Eye had no tickets left, and it rained all day. FML

By Inam Junichi Petrache Mahmood - / Friday 5 January 2018 00:30 / United Kingdom - Romford
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By  Hellblazer_Sith  |  23

If you travelled far FYL however if you haven’t and from the UK you should know Big Ben is undergoing work and you need to prebook London Eye tickets. Plus it’s the UK, 90% of the time it rains.

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By  Hellblazer_Sith  |  23

If you travelled far FYL however if you haven’t and from the UK you should know Big Ben is undergoing work and you need to prebook London Eye tickets. Plus it’s the UK, 90% of the time it rains.

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Who visits London in early January expecting good weather?

And surprise surprise, there are an increasing number of tourist attractions for which you'd best get tickets for ahead of time. Saves queueing for starters (average at least an hour at the Louvre and Eiffel tower)

even if you traveled there YDI, you should have done you research for a trip like that. The renovation for Big Ben is set to last 4 years. It's pretty public news. same with everything else. Check the normal weather patterns before you pick a time frame. Check to see how to get tickets to any popular attraction.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  14

I selected YDI as it has been widely publicised for the last year that Elizabeth Tower and Big Ben are being renovated. London Eye is not something you usually just turn up to for a ticket. There are many7, many indoors sights to visits in London so rain is not really an issue.

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