Paul wrote:If you don't like the prices, vote with your wallet and don't go. Basic economic principles (as someone earlier pointed out) show that some people are prepared to pay. Others have mentioned much more fun things to occupy time than being in a confined space with a bunch of tourists - bless them for the money they spend!
deek wrote:What if you just don't like the crowds blocking the pavement and access to the tube station, the racket blaring from speakers and televisions mounted outside, and just the notion that they're naff attractions, and a blight on the streetscape?
Who's idea was it to turn Tooley Street into the cheesiest stretch of road in London? A strip club is taboo, but attractions that basically amount to children's theme parks for out-of-towners are welcome with open arms...I don't get it.
If only Ken would use some of my (excessive) tax rates to fight these establishments the way he did the peelers.
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