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Staying connected in London on a day trip

London is huge, and there’s a plethora of things to do and cherish. It’s a tough task to manage things within a span of 24 hours, but nevertheless you can plan your day out in London effectively.

There are literally a thousand of things to explore in the capital and if your holiday is short, then you’ll need to plan things out with utmost efficiency. Luckily, there are plenty of Wi-Fi spots sprawled across the city – whether it’s in coffee shops, the Underground, or simply public Wi-Fi spots – which makes planning and finding directions easy.

If you’re worried about losing connectivity, you can call your carrier to make sure your 3G/4G covers you abroad without exorbitant roaming costs. Many mobile providers are now allowing their customers to use their existing Internet plan in Europe.

It’s important to remember, that you won’t get a complete understanding of London in just 24 hours – and so you definitely won’t want to over schedule your day. With that said, you need to recognize the fact that many of the most visited travel attractions are located close to one another – and so staying at a hotel in the heart of the city is paramount.

London city suites by Montcalm are in the perfect location. If you happen to be new to the city and wish to make your hours count, this hotel lets you enjoy a series of great facilities – designed specially to cater to all your travel desires. Additionally, you will enjoy close proximity to an amazing array of travel hotspots which have been enriching the tourism quotient of the English capital for decades.

If you want to make your day journey a little quicker, you can rent a bike or cycle to hop around the travel attractions. The bikes are offered on a pay per hour basis making it a convenient way of exploring London. As you cycle around the city, you can be assured of catching up a few more travel sights including the stately Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Convent Garden, Oxford Street and many more.

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