For many, London is one of the most beautiful places to be for the holidays. The snow falling over Big Ben, crystalline accents painting Baker Street exactly as it would have been in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes books; the city on holiday is evocative of times past. It’s 19th century beauty brought forward into the modern age. That may be why, as London Loves Business predicts, the city’s hospitality industry will grow by 1.8% this year.
20 million people visit London every year, generating nearly £15 million, $24 million, in revenue for the economy. However, as airfare prices have increased with larger fuel costs and extra fees, both hidden and plain to see, traveling to London Town, whether to see the beautiful Museum of London or to have the Doctor Who Experience, has become more diff