Fictional Ted Lasso‘s home has some very real charms, but experiencing them all in just a couple of days can feel daunting. Don’t let it. Here is a quick, two-day itinerary with the best new sights, some classics as well as the perfect hotel — that will leave you more than satisfied.
Where to Stay
“In the heart of the West End, there are many quiet pockets, unknown to almost all but taxi drivers who traverse them with expert knowledge,” begins Agatha Christie’s 1965 mystery, At Bertram’s Hotel, set at a fictitious auberge the author describes as “dignified, unostentatious, and quietly expensive.” The model for Bertram’s was Fleming’s Mayfair, and those adjectives still track.
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