Dah sampai, nak cari 2 anak di london yg dah sampai terlebih dahulu. Mana nak cari ekk? baru nak plan? adoi!
OK, cari tempat yang paling senang nak jumpa,, RV point la,,, ok,, Victoria Stations di pilih, sebab nak ke Gatwick airport pulak petang tu.
Gatwick Airport sebuah lapangan terbang di kota london juga, dan kebanyakkan penerbangn tambang murah berlepas dari sini. Victoria station memang boleh menghubungkan kedua kedua lapangan terbang ini.
Jadi, apa mode perjalanan yang paling murah? Bertanya dengan kaunter khidmat pelanggan, cara murah dan cepat ialah menaiki tube, atau train. Harganya?...banyak pound gak la! ...
ini diceduk dari .. http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g186338-i17-k2002902-How_to_get_to_Victoria_Station_from_Heathrow-London_England.html
The Underground will take you from LHR to Victoria with a minimum of
fuss. Heathrow Connect is an overground train similar to the HEX, but it
is a stopping service - the HEX runs from LHR to Paddington with no
stops en route - with Connect taking about 25 minues from the airport to
Taking the Tube is fairly simple. There are three Tube stations at
LHR: one at T5, one serving T1,2,3 and one at T4. Take any Piccadilly
line train from any of the stations. At Hammersmith, alight and walk
across the platform to join an eastbound District line train. Take the
District line to Victoria and that's it.
Apa pulak tube tu? adoi! ,,, macam LRT kat KL ,, apa apa pun , baca lah kat sini..
The London Underground (often shortened to the Underground) is a rapid transit system in the United Kingdom, serving a large part of Greater London and some parts of Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Essex. It incorporates the oldest section of underground railway in the world, which opened in 1863 and now forms part of the Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines; and the first line to operate electric trains, in 1890, now part of the Northern line.
The Underground system is also colloquially called the Tube. As commonly used today both by Londoners and in most official publicity, this term embraces the entire system.
It originally applied only to the deep-level lines with trains of a
smaller and more circular cross-section, and served to distinguish them
from the sub-surface "cut-and-cover" lines that were built first and originally used steam locomotives.
The earlier lines of the present London Underground network were
built by various private companies. They became part of an integrated
transport system in 1933 when the London Passenger Transport Board (LPTB) or London Transport was created. The underground network became a separate entity in 1985, when the UK Government created London Underground Limited (LUL). Since 2003 LUL has been a wholly owned subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL), the statutory corporation responsible for most aspects of the transport system in Greater London, which is run by a board and a commissioner appointed by the Mayor of London.