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Don't expect to see red phone boxes everywhere - there aren't many left nowadays ! Some phones take cash ( $1 , 50p , 20p and 10p coins ) and some take phonecards - we suggest having both. Phone after 6 p.m. - it's cheaper ! Useful numbers :
Emergencies 999 , International Operator 155 .
 There are &50 , &20,&10 and &5 notes , and coins worth &2,&1, 50p , 20p , 10p , 5p , 2p and 1p . Avoid getting &50 notes if you can - some places might refuse to change them . If you don't want to risk carrying a lot of cash , get some traveller's cheques before your holiday . Banks are usually open from 9.30 to 4.30 , but most of them are closed on Saturdays . If the bank is closed , use your own cash or credit card from home in a cash mochine or 'hole-in-the-wall' , as the British call them - the machine will give British currency .
 Most pubs affer a good variety of food at reasonable prices . If you can afford to pay for something more special , there are many international restaurants . If you see 'service included' on a restaurant bill' , you don't need to tip . If it says 'service not included' a 10% tip is expected .
 Hotels are expensive in Britain but there are some cheaper alternatives . 'Bed and Breakfast' are provate houses which offer accommodation and breakfast . Many of them give excellent value for money . Youth hostels are even cheaper . Hostels very greatly , but all those belonging to the Youth Hostel Association (YHA) guarantee certain standards of comfort and cleanliness .
 Wherever you decide to stay in Britain , we advise you to take a plug adaptor if you plan to use any electrical appliance like a hairdryer . Plugs in Britain (like a lot of other things!) are different from the rest of Europe .
 Buses are probably the cheapest way to travel . If you can't stand going on long bus journeys , you can always go by traun . Trains in Britain are expensive but 'return' tickets (especially 'day returns') are a lot cheaper than singles . If you are staying in London , you can save a lot of money by getting a travel card for one day or for a week to go on the Tube and buses .
 We can't promise to provide good weather for your trip - British weather is very changeable . If you enjoy sitting in the hot sun all day , you should consider going somewhere else for your holidays ! During the main tourist season , June-August , the weather is mild , usually between 20 (stopni) C and 25 (stopni) C