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See Royal London with the London Bicycle Tour Company
Published: Friday 6th of June 2008
Now that the sun is shining with increasing frequency, what better way to way to go London sightseeing than my bike.
All tours are specially designed to keep cyclists away from traffic and give them the best views of many top London attractions.
The Royal West Tour begins at the company's cycle hire centre at Gabriel's Wharf and follows the River Thames, taking in the National Theatre, the Royal Festival Hall, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament.
The route then takes a monarchical detour, visiting royal hotspots such as the Westminster Abbey School yard - where many past kings and queens were crowned - through St James Park to Buckingham Palace.
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