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Home » Articles » Destinations » Europe » Christmas Day, cold London without public transport
Christmas Day, cold London without public transport
Submitted by bindero on 2006-12-21 01:37:06 (via
Sure, London is an awesome place for spending Christmas. That’s what everybody hears. Now, picture this: London’s streets almost empty, no busses, no subway, nothing open – no shops, no restaurants – zilch. The only pub working was eager to serve 2 cups of coffee, a croissant and a sandwich cheese for a fortune. Happy Holidays!
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Submitted by Adele on 2006-12-21 04:34:05
Is there a time when there is no rain in London? Only don't say "In the winter when it it's snowing."

It's undestandable though on one hand why all cafes are not working on such a Holiday: it's a time for family gathering and celbrating the birth of Jesus, the Saviour, but there are some that are alone. Well, they can get together with a friend, visit...
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Submitted by Sabrina on 2007-08-08 14:29:36
When I was in London there was sunshine, so there is a time when there is no rain:)
London is the greatest citya in the world, a lo of culture, a lot of sightseeing, friendly people and one of the cleanest cities I've ever seen in my live!
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Submitted by pablo on 2007-08-09 02:18:34
hey Sabrina, welcome here
what time of the year have you been to London that you enjoyed sunny weather?
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-10 12:41:27
Perfect Xmas day when the streets are empty and there are no moaning tourists (or anyone for that matter) littering up the streets. Even selfish private transport users generally stay at home. A real day to savor.
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