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Visit romantic London attractions this Valentine's Day
Published: Friday 29th of January 2010
London attractions are a great backdrop to a romantic Valentine's Day break and will not break the bank.
Spend a weekend, or even just a day, taking in the London sights and sounds with your loved one and treat them to a special getaway they won't forget.
It may not be quite the same as the canals of Venice, but a boat trip along the Thames can be just as enjoyable and your lady is sure to delight in sitting back and letting the world go by.
For a truly memorable Valentine's Day, finish off by taking her up the Oxo Tower to enjoy dinner overlooking the city.
Posted by Georgina Black
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