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  1. Thank you for the response, I didn't realize the links expire so I'll remember that for future use! They do know that they won't be staying in the same type of accommodations that they would in Canada (star ratings) They need something clean, that has a fridge and is close to public transport. She has some mobility issues, not severe but walking 20 minutes from the bus or tube at the end of the day may be too much for her. Ideally in an area that has restaurants, pubs, shopping near by. Although they are only there for 3 days, Sept 19-22, 2017. The biggest issue is that they are both internet and technology challenged so I need to provide for them transportation information once I find their accommodation. Their budget is $119 US including all taxes a night. Not too sure how to figure out for taxes. That is an absolute max for them. I've had to talk them into upping their original budget considerably.
  2. Greetings I'm searching PRICELINE express for accommodation in London for my brother and his wife for September 19-22,/17. Because I'm doing the searching and booking for someone else, I need to be very cautious of what I book and I am a little apprehensive with the little knowledge I have about the Priceline Express. A hotel that I am considering, listed today is here: < link removed > On the main page, it's listed as a 42% savings or more. I'm hoping that I might get a little help identifying which hotel it might be? Thank you ahead of time for any and all replies.
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