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Virtual Tour of Big bear on Regent Street, London, England
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Gabriella Lopez says:
"London capital of The Universe and Hamley's capital of toy shops. What a thrill to experience!"
 
Graham says:
"Capital of England, great city, but more expensive than up North!"
 
Julie Booth says:
"Hamleys is a great experience for kids. Remember to use the themed stairs at the left hand side as you enter for atmospheric effects. There are lots of things to play with on the lower ground level, and there is a good cafe/restaurant on the top floor. It can get pretty crowded though."
 
Sue Lemmon says:
"The London daily travelcard is amazing .You can use the buses, tube or trains all day long for 7"
 
Sue Lemmon says:
"Green Park is great to take time out from the hustle and bustle. Take a picnic or just chill out"
 
Aniko Nagyne Vig says:
"The shop is great, but expensive. The only missing part is the board games, they have really poor selection. Regent Street and the Oxford Street is worth a visit, if you like shopping!"
 
Mark Brown says:
"Hamleys is THE place to take kids in London. There are five floors and it has stuffed toys, girls stuff, otudoor games, computer games and lego. There are performers showing off the toys, display models you can play with lots of computer games downstairs you can play (like Guitar Hero and Wii). It is a little expensive though, so keep that in mind."
 
Hanna says:
"There's so much to do in London, Hamleys is definitely good if you have kids, I recommend visiting the British Museum and Harrods too."
 
Deborah Kavanagh says:
"Just round the corner from Carnaby street (there's actually an alley to the side you can cut through). Great spot for people watching and some tourist shopping."
 
Lucy Taylor says:
"Regent St is fabulous for shopping. It is really easy to get to on the tube and the sight seeing buses pass along here as well."
 
Claire Sims says:
"Best City in the World !!! London Rocks. And Hamleys where this is just outside, is the absolute best toystore in the world. Take your kids in there at your peril, it will cost you !! Its a fab place though."
 
Doug Richards says:
"This is just over the road from Hamleys which is a great traditional toyshop worth a visit if you arer with your kids in London. They tend to have magicians etc who keep everyojne entertained and of course lots of toys to try out. Not the cheapest shop though so you might want to think about actually buying somewhere else."
 

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