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View London attractions on a romantic Valentine's weekend river cruise
Published: Monday 18th of January 2010
Those planning a romantic trip to London for Valentine's weekend may want to consider making time for a trip on the River Thames with City Cruises.
A welcome drink is also included in the tickets for Saturday, February 13th and Sunday, February 14th.
Couples will be served a four-course dinner with half a bottle of wine as a live singer provides entertainment - if looking out at London attractions is not enough.
Boarding commences at 19:15 GMT and the City Cruise will return to Westminster Pier by 23:00 GMT.
Lunchtime cruises can also be booked and include a welcome drink of Bucks Fizz, a four-course lunch, half a bottle of champagne, chocolates and live entertainment.
Posted by Samantha Reed
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