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Warm places to go this Christmas & London winter activities.

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Christmas is fast approaching, and all the pros and cons that come with it. So we've decided to put out a couple of festive suggestions for places to visit/things to do and even ideas that'd make for a good stocking filler. We'll start with the gift idea.

If a person you know is travelling some place warmer this holiday period then why not book them a hop-on hop-off city tour? It's both something useful and something they're likely to enjoy. We have key cities throughout Australia and the UAE (surprisingly good for a Christmas treat).

We have a particularly wonderful ticket for Sydney and Bondi, one which combines a 24 hour hop-on hop-off bus tour with a choice of two major attractions: The Sydney Tower Eye, Wildlife Sydney Zoo, Sydney SeaLife Aquarium, Madame Tussauds and Many SeaLife Aquarium. Our tickets to Abu Dhabi and Dubai are a little more pricey, but they include free cruises, museum entries, walking tours and more!

As presentation is key with most gifts it's also important to note that you'll still have something tangible to hand over. Print off your email voucher and wrap it in a little bow- with bells!

As for our Christmas activity suggestion we turn today to London. Throughout November a number of exciting festive venues will be opening up at landmark locations. If you enjoy ice skating and or the romantic images it conjures up then check out the rinks being set up at the Natural History Museum (Oct 30-Jan 4) and Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens (21 Nov-Jan 4). Then there's the Winter Wonderland Fair at Hyde Park, opening November 21st. Enjoy a spectacular array of activities and amenities from circus performances and a giant wheel to food & drink tents and a Christmas market.

If you decide combine our London bus tour with your Christmas sightseeing then you can find the aforementioned locations at the following stops: Natural History Museum (blue stop 3), Vauxhall Gardens (down from red stop 34) and Hyde Park (numerous).

More suggestions to come later!