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As they are requiring this cert by the end of the year the pressure is on and I know I'll just be studying for the test, I still am wondering which training vendor is best for getting me ready to pass the exam?
I know that I would have to change the region code on my wireless amongst other things and the power cord would have to be changed for a UK outlet.
Would I be better off not bringing my laptop and just using Internet kiosks (do they exist in London) or would having my laptop be a better choice to keep in touch, off-load my digital images etc?
I plan on hitting the British Museum but was wondering what geeky things to do that are in London that might be worth going to and any tips hints on overseas travel for geeks?
I travel quite a bit in the states but this will be my first trip overseas and want to make the best of my stay in merry old England.
What words of advice do you travel seasoned geeks have for me?"