• London Guide - Spring 2013

      The world’s last surviving tea clipper ship underwent a £50million restoration facelift and is one of London’s most unusual museums. Wander the historical deck and be transported back to the 19th Century. During spring, the ship is over-run with ‘chickens’. See how many you can spot as part of the vessel’s Easter egg hunt.
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      The biggest Easter Egg Hunt in history takes place in London this Easter. Hunt down 200 giant eggs decorated by the likes of artist Marc Quinn, designer Vivienne Westwood and film director Sir Ridley Scott, each containing a special code that could help you win a £100,000 Faberge egg. Ask us for the map and get cracking!
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      You may have heard of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race… taking place for the 159th year running, this time on March 31st (head for Chiswick to watch the end or cheer along the riverbank on The Terrace, Barnes). Alternatively, experience its four-legged alternative, the Goat Race. Taking place in Spitalfields, it’s a hoot of an event and a chance to take in this historic corner of London.
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      The famous department store on Piccadilly runs its annual Easter egg hunt this year in a glorious low key manner. Simply scribble down the numbers on the eggs you spot as you wander through the emporium, note their location, leave the details with Customer Service and you might just win a giant chocolate bunny.
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