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So on a recent visit to the capital I found this sights of Christmas. I hope to do this trip annually taken in different things that the capital offers. I started at Notting Hill Gate where I went to see the Churchill Arms Pub. It is covered in over seventy five Christmas Trees.
I then made my way back down the Central Line and got off at Bond Street and headed towards Selfridges.
Here I was lucky to find a few pieces that I have been looking for and was so pleased with !
I then ended up at St Paul’s Cathedral where we were staying.
Later that day, we went for a quick bite to eat at Five Guys and headed down towards the Strand. This is the first year that the Northbank has had Christmas lights.
We walked past Somerset House and popped in. We have in previous years been skating here. But I can not skate at all. I am so unbalanced.
And head towards Trafalgar Square to see the tree that had just come over from Norway. The Trafalgar Square Christmas tree has been an annual gift to the people of Britain by the city of Oslo each year since 1947 as a token of gratitude for British support of Norway during the first World War.
We then walked towards Leicester Square.
And then down towards Regent Street to visit Hamley’s
Before heading to Carnaby Street
Then onto Seven Dials.
We were on our way to Covent Garden to see the mistletoe.
There is a Christmas Market over on the Southbank. But we decided against that. We had previously done this in early January. The next morning, we popped over to the Bank Of England.
And ended up at the O2, to see the Coke Cola Christmas Truck – after all #HolidaysAreComing !