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Metro Manila, Philippines
July 7, 2008
From journal A Week in England
June 1, 2008
From journal London: All That We Could Afford
June 19, 2006
The day we were there, Winston Churchill's grandson was visiting. He looks quite a bit like his famous grandfather!
It wasn't very busy at all when we were there, although a large group of students were entering as we were leaving. While not as famous as many other London sites, it was certainly worth the trip.
From journal A Little Bit of England
los angeles, California
April 10, 2005
My husband and I took five kids to the Cabinet War Rooms (ages 10 to 14), and it was a big hit for everyone! We adults felt we experienced an amazing slice of history. The kids thought it was "really cool."
From journal Short but Sweet in London
February 7, 2003
You tour the facilities with the help of a guided audio tour, which helps transport you back 60 years ago. Many of the rooms are preserved just as they were left at the end of the war. The map room was especially interesting. This room has the original maps that British war planners used to plot the positions of Allied and enemy ships. You could easily see the key trans-Atlantic shipping routes by all of the pinholes in the map.
The Cabinet War Rooms are conveniently located near Parliament and Westminster Abbey. We took the underground to the Westminster stop and walked the few blocks to the exhibit.
We were able to get a 50% discount with an offer from the London Underground system. There are brochures available in most station lobby areas that have a number of coupons for London sights and shows. You can use these coupons in conjunction with an all-day pass from the Underground to get this discount.
From journal London in January
Fair Lawn, New Jersey
July 24, 2002
From journal An American In London
February 4, 2001
From journal London--above & underground
Northern Va Suburbs of DC, Virginia
November 3, 2000
From journal London, my favorite destination in the world