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Very attentive staff. I will fly Delta again for sure!
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If you’re in Detroit and want to vacation in a historically rich city, consider visiting London. Situated on the River Themes, you’ll enjoy famous landmarks like the London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, the Tower Bridge, The Shard, Trafalgar Square and Buckingham Palace. You can either park at Detroit Metro Airport (DTW), or choose public transportation to drop you off, such as a taxi or shuttle van to avoid having to pay parking fees. In approximately ten to 15 hours of flight time, you’ll arrive in London.
Travelers often enjoy navigating through the city on a double-decker bus. You’ll find historical sites like Westminster Palace and Big Ben easily accessible, and outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate flower-lined Hyde Park. A 20-30 minute drive will display surrounding farmland areas, offering guests a very different view of England.
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is a considerably large airport that has five terminals. Hotel around the West End are a popular choice for guests as they allow excellent views of Hyde Park in the Mayfair district of the city. Visitors can quickly navigate to the popular areas in downtown that features several shops, government buildings, businesses and entertainment options. You should pack lots of layers as the average annual temperature for London is in the mid-60s.