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New Years 2014 in London! I can't believe that I can actually say I was there and live in such a cool country!

New Years 2014 in London! I can't believe that I can actually say I was there and live in such a cool country!

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As a New Years Eve guest you will have access to one of the closed viewing areas around the London Eye to watch the fireworks #NYE #London

As a New Years Eve guest you will have access to one of the closed viewing areas around the London Eye to watch the fireworks #NYE #London

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Treat yourself and watch these fabulous fireworks full screen - Happy New Year from Anglotopia! Here's the London New Year's Fireworks from the BBC - Anglotopia.net

Treat yourself and watch these fabulous fireworks full screen - Happy New Year from Anglotopia! Here's the London New Year's Fireworks from the BBC - Anglotopia.net

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10 Tips for Having the Best New Years Eve of Your Life in London – Adventure Lies in Front  I spent 2015-2016 NYE in London and it was seriously the most amazing New Years Eve of my life. The fireworks display was out of this world. Add this one to your bucket list!

10 Tips for Having the Best New Years Eve of Your Life in London – Adventure Lies in Front I spent 2015-2016 NYE in London and it was seriously the most amazing New Years Eve of my life. The fireworks display was out of this world. Add this one to your bucket list!

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Another thing that I would love to do in London is to shopping at Harrods ^^
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New Year's Eve in London 2016-2017 - Veranstaltungen - visitlondon.com
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Guy Fawkes' Catholic Gunpowder Plot - an attempt to blow up England's Houses of Parliament and Protestant King James I on November 5th 1605 - left an enduring legacy in England, though clearly not the one Fawkes had hoped for. Celebrated annually as Guy Fawkes Night/Bonfire Night throughout Great Britain over 400 years later.

Guy Fawkes' Catholic Gunpowder Plot - an attempt to blow up England's Houses of Parliament and Protestant King James I on November 5th 1605 - left an enduring legacy in England, though clearly not the one Fawkes had hoped for. Celebrated annually as Guy Fawkes Night/Bonfire Night throughout Great Britain over 400 years later.

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