Need a little travel help with London Heathrow

Sometimes you can get a bit too much information.

I checked a website to give me some information on London Heathrow Airport, where I am going to be traveling later this summer.

Not to the Olympics. That’s not a favorable scene, folks. I went to the Olympics in Atlanta when I lived in Georgia, and I avoided the city for the rest of the time. Prices for everything skyrocket.

Anyway, London Heathrow, according to the reviews I’ve read, super-sucks on a gargantuan scale. The place is confusing as can be, multiple terminals, hard to transfer, etc.

I have six hours between flights at London Heathrow. Can I can get off my flight, get into London itself, then return to LHR in time to check-in and make my second flight? Hey, I had four hours between flights at Atlanta-Hartsfield, and not only did I make my flight, I actually had a sit-down dinner in a restaurant with my dad 10 miles from the airport. That’s post-9/11, too.  Of course, he picked me up at the airport and drove to the restaurant, an advantage I won’t have in London.

What do you think?

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