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In all of my research, planning and daydreaming about a trip to England I am finding that I simply want to see it all. I want to do it all. I want to experience it all! A trip to England has been something I have wanted to do with my daughter for many years.
When I mentioned this to my daughter she said she wanted to go shopping on Oxford Street. A moment of intense pride washed over me. For being a teen, that girl is wise beyond her years! How does she know that Oxford Street is the place to shop in London?
It is true that Oxford Street is paradise for anyone that loves to shop! With department stores, flagship stores and quaint shops it is likely that two women that have a fondness for retail therapy may never see anything else the city has to offer except for our hotel room unless we have a chaperone to remind us that we are in London on the trip of a lifetime.
With all of the shopping we are dreaming about doing, we realize we need a great hotel that is spacious enough for the two of us plus all of the lovely things we aspire to buy. There will be clothes, shoes, souvenirs for friends back home… it is likely our shopping bags will take over a room if it is not well appointed!
Now that the ball is rolling and visions of Oxford Street shopping is filling our heads it is time to start looking for Hotels in Oxford Street London
All jokes about shopping a week away aside, there is so much to do in this part of London, from the fashion, to the Gallery which is very nearby to the famous red light district, there is so much to see in the Oxford Street area that it is hard to imagine staying in another part of the city.
While we might not really shop the week away, I am certain we will spend at least one day if not two exploring Oxford Street. After a day of shopping we will have to visit Hyde Park and take a break to rest of tootsies in a majestic Royal Park setting.
We also want to visit the historic London Palladium. Since 1910 this theater has been entertaining locals and tourists alike with entertaining shows, the rich history of this attraction draws me like a moth to the flame.
Oxford Street has so much to offer; theater, shopping, galleries, museums and parks galore. Getting there will be a dream come true, getting us to come home… well, we will see how that goes. If the hotel is grand enough we might want to become permanent fixtures that take in the shows, the sights and the shopping with absolute delight.
Have you visited the Oxford Street area of London? What advice would you give two ladies that are ready to embark upon an adventure in England? If you have tips, ideas for things that one must see in London or the scoop on the best places to eat I hope you will leave a comment!
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