LONDON AND PARIS!
JULY 25- DAY 1- DEPART SF0 FOR LONDON - OVERNIGHT FLIGHT
JULY 26- DAY 2- ARRIVAL IN LONDON, ENGLAND
On arrival at the London Airport, meet tour director and transfer to hotel.
This afternoon, enjoy the included EXCURSION TO THE TOWER OF LONDON CROWN JEWELS. Let our guide bring the 900-year-old TOWER OF LONDON to life before you inspect the fabulous CROWN JEWELS.
JULY 27-DAY 3-LONDON
Morning sightseeing with a professional London guide and Bill the bus driver.
includes all the famous landmarks: Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace and the area's splendid museums. Knightsbridge with Harrods, the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben beside the River Thames, and Westminster Abbey. Highlights are a visit to ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
and the changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace.
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Free time in the afternoon for shopping or join an optional excursion to Windsor Castle. Evening at the THEATER. Musical WHISTLE DOWN THE WIND.
JULY 28- DAY 4 - LONDON-OXFORD-STRATFORD-UPON-AVON Admire the ORNAMENTAL GARDENS of Henry VII'S Hampton Court Palace: drive through Runnymede, site of the sealing of the Magna Carta: take a stroll in Oxford to see the colleges where Britain's elite receives its outstanding education: pay tribute to one of the giants of recent history at Sir Winston Churchill's burial place in Bladon. Arrive in Stratford-upon-Avon in good time to take pictures of Ann Hathaway's Cottage and visit SHAKESPEARE'S BIRTHPLACE.
ORNAMENTAL GARDENS of Henry VII'S Hampton Court Palace: drive through Runnymede, site of the sealing of the Magna Carta:
Tonight, attend a SHAKESPEARE PERFORMANCE at one of the theaters in Stratford.
Overnight in Stratford.
Dinner in Stratford before the performance.
JULY 29 -DAY 5-LONDON
Return to London via the mysterious ruins of STONEHENGE
and the picturesque city of Salisbury with its vast cathedral. Remainder of the day at leisure in London for shopping.
JULY 30-DAY 6-LONDON - PARIS
Drive through the orchards of Kent and then enjoy an exciting HOVERSPEED ride across the Channel to France. Memories of some of the fiercest World War I battle come alive on the way through Picardy and the Somme to Paris.