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Seven dials area to Heathrow

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It's been a few years since I've flown out of Heathrow. Into, often, but usually home from another European city.

We have 10:30 AM flights to U.S. from Heathrow on a Tuesday morning. This means we should be there around 9:00 AM for comfort.

Staying at Radisson Mercer Street in the Seven dials.

Am thinking of going with JustAirports, which quotes 45 pounds. Heathrow Express I'd have to pay around 15 pounds for a taxi to Paddington, then 33 pounds for the train. So money is a tossup.

If you'd take Justairports, what time would you have them pickup? Same question if you vote for taxi to Heathrow Express.

At that time of day, what would you do? I'm not going to take the tube all the way to Heathrow with luggage during rush hour, so that's not an option.

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