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Comedy Cafe Shoreditch

Comedy Cafe Shoreditch – The biggest names in stand-up comedy at the coolest venue in East London. The Comedy Cafe Theatre occupies an intimate loft space in the heart of Shoreditch with a bar and restaurant downstairs hosting live music 5 nights a week. For more information, visitwww.comedycafetheatre.co.uk

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Lee Valley White Water Centre

Lee Valley White Water Centre –  Experience the thrills of white water rafting on the same course that Team GB won Gold and Silver on at this world class venue. For more information, visithttp://www.visitleevalley.org.uk/en/content/cms/london2012/lee-valley-white-water-centre/

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Winter Wonderland Hyde Park

Winter Wonderland Hyde Park – Winter Wonderland is London’s most spectacular Christmas destination, taking place from the end of November to the beginning of January. Skate on the UK’s largest outdoor Ice Rink, experience the breathtaking Magical Ice Kingdom, be thrilled by the jaw-dropping Zippos Circus, and soar 60 metres into the air, seeing spectacular views over London in the Giant …

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Thai Square Spa

Thai Square Spa – Based in Covent Garden, this spa offers amazing treatments and fabulous hospital staff. For more information, visit www.thaisquarespa.com

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Bodyflight

Bodyflight – Based in Bedford, this is definitely the place to go if you want excitement and adventure. You can race cars, surf or skydive all in a safe indoor environment. Watch the interview and for more information, visit www.bodyflight.co.uk.

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Golders Hill Park Zoo

Golders Hill Park Zoo – A beatiful park that includes a zoo and a butterfly garden that is absolutely free to visit so great for a cheap day out. For more information, visit www.cityoflondon.gov.uk and search under lGolders Hill Park Zoo.

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London Duck Tour

London Duck Tours – These amphibious vehicles drive past famous London landmarks such as Big Ben, the Houses of Parliament and Trafalgar Square before a dramatic launch into the River Thames from the MI6 slipway.  All this on vehicles used for the D-Day landings in 1944. A really exciting a different way of seeing the site. For more details, visit www.londonducktours.co.uk

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Museum of childhood

Museum of childhood – For a blast from the past, this is a great place to visit which displays toys and games from hundreds of years ago to the ones that everyone recognises today. For more details, visitwww.museumofchildhood.org.uk

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Royal Pavilion and beach in Brighton

Royal Pavilion and beach in Brighton – Built for King George IV, a beautiful palace with an exotic oriental appearance both inside and out and a distinctive landmark for vibrant Brighton and Hove. And the great thing is that it’s very close to the beach. Gorgeous! For more details visit www.brighton-hove-rpml.org.uk/royalpavilion

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Waterfront Sailing in Brighton

Waterfront sailing in Brighton – Brighton is not just for a visit to the beach and fish and chips. Chrissy and Barbara enjoyed a beautiful luxury boat trip which is very affordable. For more details visit www.waterfrontsailing.com

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