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Small, 5-6 stalls pop-up christmas market at Dalston Pier. It’s worth only if you are in the neighborhood.

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London is ready for christmas. A door from North London…

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This year’s Santacon was less joyful compairing the last year’s but the thing which was not missing certainly was the originality. This year there were some new Santas in the town.

The Beach Santas…

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Santas throwing Brussel sprouts to Elfs…

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Pink baloon Santas…

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Some holy personages visiting Santas…

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Cool Santas…

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Stylish Santas…

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And some examples of this year’s Miss. Santa creations…

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Yesterday we visited The Landscape Photographer of the Year exhibition in National Theatre. There were some really good landscape photos.

After the exhibition, before going to the London Philarmonic Orchestra concert at the Royal Festival Hall,  we stopped at the National Theatre’s bookshop and found The Christmas Book which is about everything about christmas time like traditions, food, legends etc.  The Christmas Book written by Jane Struthers can be a good alternative to the perfect christmassy gift.

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This is the best description of the actual situation. It’s unbelievable. All nation is pregnant, all nation has morning sickness.

Not only in UK, in the rest of the world also is one of the most popular topics. Or maybe we should say the rest of the universe???

Source: The International Herald Tribune

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Some christmas reading, some crime, some Agatha Christie…

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In memory of…

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