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This is perhaps my favorite, and one of my most memorable, afternoon teas – the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea at Sanderson London.  With a playful Alice In Wonderland theme, every last detail on the table is meant to delight and surprise.  From the menus tucked inside vintage books, to sugar cubes stored in music boxes, and even marshmallows made in the shape of magical mushrooms.

This is perhaps my favorite, and one of my most memorable, afternoon teas – the Mad Hatter’s Afternoon Tea at Sanderson London. With a playful Alice In Wonderland theme, every last detail on the table is meant to delight and surprise. From the menus tuc

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I wish I knew how to ice skate! There’s a reason that Somerset House is London's favourite ice rink year after year. Situated on the Thames, this Neoclassical building offers a truly magical skating experience - especially at night.

Whitby, North Yorkshire, England

This is where Bram Stoker's Count Dracula first set foot in England : Whitby, North Yorkshire, England

Snowy Dusk, London.

Snowy Dusk, London, England via Margy H.it could just be me, but it seems Christmas in London must be the most magical place to be at during Christmas Time.

hold hands and go ice skating in London. More of the best of London tips: http://www.europealacarte.co.uk/blog/2013/08/09/london-tips/

Things to do on Boxing Day in London

Ice Skating at Somerset House, London - ice skating in a beautiful location like this is such a fun and memorable activity. So much holiday cheer!

Four years ago I spent a lovely New Year’s Eve exploring Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland. As well as numerous scream-inducing fun fair rides it included (and still does) a magical Christmas market, the first one I’d ever visited. Since then I’ve been to many more but Angel’s Market has remained one of my favourites so yesterday, with the echoes of Auld Lang Syne still ringing in our ears, we hopped on the underground to Marble Arch tube station to see if it was as fun as we remembered.

Four years ago I spent a lovely New Year’s Eve exploring Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland. As well as numerous scream-inducing fun fair rides it included (and still does) a magical Christmas market, the first one I’d ever visited.

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