There will be a group of 4 of us in London from June 21-25. It is 2 teenage girls (high school graduation trip) and their moms. Our Europe trip starts on June 7 when we land in Copenhagen. We will be in Paris from June 17-21. Since it is the girls trip I am having them figure out what they want to do and see. I have more time so I am dealing with the logistics to try and put what they want to do into a cohesive plan. We are staying near the Chancery Lane station.
Thursday, June 21, arrive 1:30 PM at St. Pancras station (Eurostar from Paris). 4:15 reservation for London Dungeon and 8:15 reservation for London Eye, both of those are already booked. I figure we will find something for dinner between the 2 times.
Friday, June 22, half day tour to Stonehenge for my daughter and I (already booked). I know it will be a lot of time on a bus for a relatively short period of time at Stonehenge, but it is really high on my daughter's list of things to see. Should be back in London around 2:00 PM and will hook up with other 2 people. Hop-on hop-off bus tour from Victoria Station. Visit Portobello Market (just need to walk through, they want to see it but don't really want to spend much time there), St. Pauls Cathedral (just want to see outside because the facade is in Mary Poppins, don't have a burning desire to go inside), Platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross Station (photo op with trolley and wall). Walk or bus from Kings Cross to British Museum. It is open until 8:30 this night.
Saturday, June 23 (daughter's 18th birthday so she planned most of the day), view Changing of the Guard, walk to Hyde Park and go on paddleboats on the lake, Natural History Museum (or back to British Museum), possible boat tour. 7:30 tickets to see Lion King. Need to figure out where to go to dinner before because I'm assuming we need to make reservations.
Sunday, June 24, Tower of London and Tower Bridge.
Monday, June 25, fly home, depart LHR at 12:20.
Is there anything I'm missing or need to be aware of.