For those making the journey for the first (or second or third) time, lets face it, London is expensive. Shockingly enough, there ARE no cost to low to moderately priced things to do! So here are a few ideas, hopefully fellow travelers will add some more. 1) The Markets; From Portabello Road and Camden Locks (over priced IMHO - give me the rag and bone market in Bow anyday) you can find almost ANYTHING... and looking doesn't cost you a penny. Personal fave, Pettycoat Lane in Whitechaple - found some cool SW vintage toys there fairly reasonably too. 2) Museums - thanks to the end of Thatcher's reign, they are (mostly) free but for some of the special exhibits. Personal faves: The British Musuem and the Imperial War Museum (Used to be "Bedlam hospital" - Don't miss the Blitz Experiance.) Farther afeild in Hendon, The RAF museum is a MUST for warplane buffs. 3) London walks, for less than a tenner US you can experiance some really cool sites.... Just to get you started.