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Celebrating Christmas at the regal Sandringham House is the one royal tradition the Queen never misses. It is four full days of fun, family reunion, and royal routines that have been in existence since a very a long time. Although the whole setting is one that of muted grandeur, the one wish of all those who take part is the same: keep the Queen happy and contented.

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Are you planning to attend the 25th Art fair, & can’t figure out where to find accommodation in Islington? Read on…

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London ice skating is the best in the whole of UK, given that it has some of the best rinks. If you want some serious skating over the Christmas of 2012, you could not have come to a better place.

London Ice Skating

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There are so many things to see and do in London, it’s hard to narrow it down to a handful. It is probably best known for it’s history and the best way to see it is to take a tour. In most of the major historic attractions, tours are available and all you need to do is turn up. If you want to know the best places to see then read on.

Tower of London

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No matter how much we try to avoid fast food, sometimes we can’t help but eat on the go. Luckily, fast doesn’t always have to mean unhealthy. Here are a few food joints that serve healthier options, and serve them up fast.

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For a traditional Christmas experience that the whole family will treasure, the annual Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park, London is an experience that is hard to beat.

Wonderland - Hyde Park

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London is home to some of the greatest theatre productions in the world, and you absolutely must see at least one of these London West End shows when visiting England. If you are lucky enough to have the time and the money, try to see all five.

London West End Theatre

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One of London’s most famous entertainment venues since its initial opening in 1932 is the Hammersmith Apollo or more currently referred to as the HMV Hammersmith Apollo. It was originally named the Gaumont Palace and currently has a seating capacity for 3,632 patrons and a standing capacity of 5,039. In 1962, it was renamed the Hammersmith Odeon and was again renamed as the HMV Hammersmith Apollo by the HMV Group in 2010 after they had taken over the facility.

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More commonly referred to as “The Rock”, Gibraltar is an overseas UK territorial kingdom situated off Spain’s southern coastline and the gateway to the Mediterranean Sea. The majority of Gibraltar’s inhabitants of citizens of the UK. There are numerous attractions, points of interest, and sightseeing opportunities to enjoy when vacationing here. Listed here are the favorite sightseeing destinations in Gibraltar and other activities to partake in.

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If you’re a fan of military history or a collector of military memorabilia, the following list of war museums of the UK will provide you with plenty to think about regarding these wars. And if you are not too keen on history, it still makes a memorable trip for the whole family.

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The United Kingdom is well recognized as one of the world’s major tourist destinations. However, while so many international visitors tend to focus primarily on the city of London and its many historical landmarks and other structures, they are missing some of the best music festivals that the UK has to offer. Not only are there a large number of these music festivals, they cover just about every music genre imaginable.

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If you’ve never experienced a caravan camping holiday or vacation in the UK, you have been missing out on a great way to see the beautiful countryside and landscapes of one of the world’s most pristine countries. In recent years, the camping holiday or vacation has become one of the most popular activities in the UK. The following is a list of the better camping areas that will provide you and your family with some beautiful scenery while enjoying a wide range of activities and quality time together.

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London, United Kingdom is a great place to visit and many millions of tourists arrive each year to experience the fantastic mix of the stately and historic with the stylish and modern. The city does have its problems, however, but ones that can be avoided or minimised by those in the know by following some simple advice.

London Day

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I caught onto the whole cheese thing a little late. Really late actually. I used to hate it. Then slowly, after some rather weak cheeses, I eased myself into it and realised just how tasty it can be. I’m powerless before a good brie. I’ll fight you for it. I feel like I’ve missed out on so much cheese goodness, but now I get to try all of the really great cheese destinations in London.

good cheese in London

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Angel, a district in London, is full of little secret places, but by far the most interesting part of the area is Camden Passage. A higgledy-piggledy haven of market stalls, independent shops and cute little bars. Things change quickly around here. One minute there’s a guy selling vintage shoes, the next he’s moved on a there’s lots of vintage crockery in his place. But there are a few permanent features that deserve a mention. Here’s a little rundown of my favourite places:

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The Elk in the Woods is a stunning little wine bar. A little bit rustic (expect your food to be served on a wooden chopping board) but if you can get yourself a seat outside, you’ll be very lucky. Grab a bottle and watch the world go by.

Frae is a tasty frozen yogurt place. Everything is organic and under about 200 calories – even with the chocolate sprinkles. It almost tastes like ice cream.

Looking for something with more calories? Paul A Young is the place in the area to buy your chocolates. It’s often regarded as the best chocolate shop in London, so pop in and check it out. read full article

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