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Relaxing In Middlesex Has Never Been So Easy

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If you are looking for a romantic weekend getaway, without having to actually leave the city, then a day spent in Middlesex really is the perfect option for you. Whether you have a significant other or not is beside the point, as here in this part of London you will be able to find tranquillity, companionship and an inner peace that you haven’t had in a long time, all it takes is a little arranging and a little research into the best places to take a date in the area. Well, we have done the hard work for you, and below are some of the most relaxing, romantic and interesting places in the area.
To begin with, why not have Middlesex escorts meet you at Myddleton House in Enfield? If you live in Enfield then this one is easy, and it’s a bonus if you have never been here yourself before. This house in nestled in 8 acres of gorgeous gardens and learn the story of Edward Augustus Bowles, who was one of Britain’s best self taught gardeners. You can see his passion for gardening from the outset, and you and your lovely date will be able to marvel at what he managed to achieve. Once you have tired yourself out you can then retire to the lovely garden cafe, where you can your date can chat about just about anything, over coffee and a cake. If you want to kick start a romance then this is the place to do it!
Keeping with the garden theme you and Middlesex escorts can also spend a lovely day out at Sunbury Park Walled Gardens. Here you can partake in a lovely garden wander before heading down the road to one of the many pubs along the river Thames for a drink. This date is better done on a warm day, as you can work up quite a thirst with one of these girls, and you can also enjoy the warm summer weather as you wander around looking for the perfect outdoor pub to rest at.
If you really want to unwind and relax in Middlesex then the best place to do it is at Pegasus Spa. Here both you and Middlesex escorts can be swept away in a tide of calm, as you both are massaged, manicured, pedicured and just cured of whatever is ailing you. You can both enjoy the calm in the relaxation room and you can leave feeling refreshed and with a new lease on life. Getting out and about in Middlesex for the weekend or the day is just what you need to take a break from life and have a little fun with a gorgeous girl, in a gorgeous area of London.

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There Is A Large Range Of classic Festive Tunes

Christmas is all about creating the right atmosphere. There’s a whole host of ways to set the scene. Mistletoe above the doors is a classic, although it might be one to avoid in the workplace and in shared accommodation

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Holly is a nice alternative, seeing as it’s just as festive but doesn’t force awkward pecks every time someone passes under it. The classic palette of green and red will go nicely with christmas decorations too. A roaring log fire is optimal, but those not living in the lap of luxury should just crank their heating up and make sure that their house is warm enough to offer some relief from the bitter chill of outside. A beautiful lady is, of course, essential so those that are unlucky in love at this time of year should look into the local escorts and see what radiant beauty they can find to keep them company.

The thing that no one ever really seems to talk about is the music. Music is an essential part of christmas: it sits in the background for much of the time, but it gives a much needed ambiance and subtly influences how everyone is feeling. Those stuck for inspiration should have a quick read of this list to make sure that they get the most out of their stereo this festive season.

1. All I Want for Christmas is You
17 years after release, it’s still just as popular, serving as the track of choice for everyone from boozed up students to middle aged couples slow-dancing beside the tree. It has also enjoyed a resurgence since it was featured in an iconic scene of Love Actually, which melted the hearts of the nation.

2. Santa Baby
Santa Baby is a bubbly little ditty that finds itself on everyone’s lips at least once over the holidays. Its sparkling enthusiasm is infectious, and there are few that can resist a smile when it’s playing.

3. White Christmas
A proper christmas song: full of snow, good tidings and happiness. It’s one of those songs that makes people feel all fuzzy and warm outside, which is rather ironic given its subject matter. Especially relevant when you consider how long it’s been since Britain has had a real white christmas.

4. Fairytale of New York
The gruff, smoke filled male voice, contrasted with the bitter feminine one. The angry exchange between a couple over what is meant to be the happiest time of the year. The slow decay of dreams and lives, crumbling to the point where they’re nothing but rubble. That doesn’t seem like the recipe for a great christmas song, yet somehow it works. It’s probably because it’s refreshingly dark and gritty, which forms a nice contrast to most others tend to sugarcoat things and glaze over all the fights and tantrums that come with the season. It recognises that christmas is as much about drunken uncles and escorts as it is about presents and roast turkeys.

5. Do They Know It’s Christmas Time
It was covered again in 2004 but the original version is by far and away the best. A song that can humble anyone with its sad message and plea for compassion, it reminds the listener of how lucky they are. The christmas spirit is one of kindness and understanding, so what better song to finish this list than one that so perfectly captures the need for empathy?

 

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Quietly Treat Yourself To A Little Culture In London

If you are a fan of the old, then what better way to enjoy the Christmas period than with a stop at the Geffrye Museum to indulge yourself in the traditions from Christmas past?

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This is one exhibition that sees elegant Georgian interiors displayed very close to the IKEA inspired decorations of recent, but here you can enjoy it all. Why not go along and relive what Christmas was like from the 1600s onwards, who knows, it may kick start a trip down memory lane once you see the wallpaper your grandmother had in her home along with the dinky decorations she had hanging everywhere! This is an exhibition to really enjoy, so why not arrange to take a date along with you?  If you have a significant other or have had your eye on someone then this is the perfect date entertainment to take them to. It’s grown up, sophisticated and yet childlike and exciting at the same time. If you are minus a date then why not arrange to have a gorgeous London escort meet you for the night? These are girls who are classy, gorgeous and up for anything, so arrange a time and a place to meet up and enjoy your time together!
Because your London escort is available for outcalls at any time of the day or night, and for as long as you like, you don’t have to rush your time at the Geffyre Museum. Spend the hours wandering, marvelling and reminiscing about what is on show. This is a great museum and as the exhibition has been running for the past 25 years at Christmas time you know that it is also very popular. It also makes for some interesting conversation later in the evening when you and your date stop to have dinner. Because of its central location the museum is very near to some excellent restaurants. A quick trip down the road will have you at Song Que where you can enjoy some lovely Asian food, and where you go from there is really up to you. If you have arranged to spend the night with your London escort then you can return home to yours, or if you really want to treat yourselves why not book a room at a luxury hotel? Here you can enjoy the hot tub, crack open a bottle of bubbles and revel in each other’s company. You can even indulge in an erotic massage performed by your very sexy and talented date as well as a cheeky private strip tease.
No matter when or how people have celebrated Christmas the message has always been the same, it’s a time to treat each other, indulge and remember the reason for the season, and you and your date will be doing all the above.

 

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It’s Not Christmas Without A Good Pudding

It seems to be all the rage these days to be “gluten free”. Whether it’s because of allergies, nutrition or a bit of good old fashioned trend following, more and more people seem to be particularly demanding about what’s in their bread, pastries and, well, everything. Everyone, from the highest economist to the lowliest escort seems to be affected by this affliction, although it’s hardly new

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Many scientists believe that it has been influencing people’s lives for centuries, without anyone ever realising that the course of these ailments was the gluten in food.

Gluten itself occurs in a lot of products. Pretty much every common flour has it, which is a huge deal when you consider all the things that flour goes into. At Christmas time, this means no stuffing, no mince pies, no crumbles, no sausage rolls, no bread sauce, no Tunis cake, no Christmas pudding. It may seem like a trifling issue, but there are many festive delights that are generally considered off-limits for those living a gluten free diet. It doesn’t have to be that way though, because there are a number of wheat and gluten free flours that can be used as substitutes. The results aren’t quite the same as it’s hard to mimic the texture of normal flour without the sticky, stretchy bonds of gluten, but traditionally dense dishes can be made without a noticeable difference. An ideal dish is christmas pudding which many celiacs dream of eating again and one that requires very little flour.


Ingredients

A freshly peeled pear
The peel and juice of one lemon (don’t forget to wash it in hot water beforehand!)
The peel and juice of one orange (see above)
2 eggs
75g rice flour
75g gram flour
1/2 teaspoon of Xanthan gum
50g of apricots
50g of figs
50g of  prunes
100g of raisins
125g of sultanas
75g of currants
75g of blanched and chopped almonds
3 teaspoons of mixed spice

1. Chop the apricots, figs, pear and prunes roughly and place them into the bowl.

2. Add the dried fruit, peel, spices and almonds.

3. Beat the eggs and then add them, the juice of the orange and the lemon

4. Cover, refrigerate and leave to rest for 3 hours.

5. Prepare a pudding basin by greasing it, and lining with greaseproof paper

6. Place the mixture into the basin, taking care to push it in tightly to create a dense texture and prevents any excess air pockets.

7. Cover the pudding with greaseproof paper and then cover the basin with tinfoil. Covering the pudding with paper first will stop any unwanted reaction between the foil and your christmas delight.

8. Place the basin in a large saucepan and fill the pan until the water is around half way up the sides of the basin.

9. Place the lid on the saucepan, and leave on a low heat for 4 to five hours.

10. Remove the basin from the pan and store somewhere cold and dark. The back of an old cupboard is ideal.

11. When you’re ready to eat it, place the basin into a saucepan and steam for 2 hours.

12. Enjoy your delicious, gluten free christmas pudding with thick vanilla custard, brandy butter or luxurious clotted cream.

So if you’re looking to impress this christmas, don’t just take a pretty escort and a bottle of wine, go the full mile by making a gluten free christmas pudding. It shows that you’ve really made an effort and that’s what the festive season is all about.

 

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A Romantic Date In London Is Easy To Arrange

Christmas is a time of rush, stress and overwhelming urges to run and hide. It is also the most romantic time of year, with the snow sparkling in the light, the cold meaning that you can snuggle together for warmth and the surprise that will be waiting for you under the tree on the 25t

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It is also a time when you want to be with someone, whether it means that you pluck up the courage to ask out that girl from the coffee shop, or you go on a second date with the cute blonde from work, or you arrange to spend the night with a gorgeous London escort. No matter whom your company, you need to have a little romantic Christmas entertainment up your sleeve, so here are a few ideas-

Girls all over town, from cute blondes through to that London escort love it when men put a little thought into things. So why not sit down at a lovely restaurant, and write your Christmas lists together? This is a sneaky date, as it takes away all the usual dinner conversation, and replaces it with all manner of subjects, from cute gifts you remember getting a child, through to sexy gifts you may want to receive this year and maybe after dinner even! This is a naughty but nice date, and girls will love you for it. Not to mention it’ll make you look like a whimsical, thoughtful and creative guy.Head off for a drink. Sure it is a little run of the mill, but choose a great pub in London that serves up hot sherry. You don’t have to meet your date there, you can head off ice skating first, which is something that everyone loves to do, and then warm up in a pub with a warm sherry and a cosy booth.Head out to see some carol singers. It may sound a little twee and boring, however girls love it when a man gets into the swing of things, and you will find that listening to carols sung well will make you both feel as if you are in a romantic comedy. This is good on two counts, one, girls love romance, even your London escort will appreciate this one, and two, it sets the scene for a little sexy role play a little later on in the evening.

No matter what you decide to do, London will pull out all the stops to make sure your date is a memorable one. There are so many things to do that are Christmas related all over the city, from free entertainment through to a big budget blowout. All you need to do is provide the company, London will provide the romance.
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Don’t Do The Same Old Things This Christmas

Santa? Check. North Pole? Check. Happy ending, full of redemption and joy and the little ones’ faces lighting up with delighted smiles. Check. Been there, done that, got the t-shirt, the poster, the commemorative plate. It’s time for something different

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1. Elf
A modern classic: Elf combines traditional, heart warming themes with a modern quirkiness to deliver a film that’s as funny as it is uplifting. Will Ferrell is perfect as the socially awkward elf whose naivety and childlike manner make him stick out like a sore thumb when he heads off to the cynical and bitter streets of New York.

2. The Grinch Stole Christmas
The film that brought one of the most iconic Christmas figures to life, it started life as a TV special before being reissued on VHS and DVD. The 2000 remake is a passable film, but the original animated version stands head and shoulders above it, capturing the magic of Dr Seuss’ wonderful books on film in a way that no other production has done since.

3.  Bad Santa
We all like to be a little naughty, whether that’s by scoffing all the mince pies or hiring a London escort for the 3rd night this week, everyone indulges themselves a little too much sometimes. Bad Santa relishes this mischievous spirit and takes it to another level, centering on a con-man who impersonates jolly St Nick in order to make a killing scamming people out of their money during the festive period. The film is wonderfully unrepentant about its nastiness and whilst those after the cliched ending may find themselves rather disappointed, there is a fantastically dark comedy here.

4. The Nightmare Before Christmas
Another (relatively) modern film with a cult following, The Nightmare Before Christmas gives a unique, bizarre and utterly wacky take on the festive season. It could only have come from the incredible imagination from Tim Burton and the animation still looks as wonderfully fresh today as it did when the film was released.

5  Home Alone
Based on a unique premise, this film took seasonal spirit and infused it with mischief. Like many other Christmas films, it’s funny, entertaining for all ages and brings a big smile to your face. Unlike others, it lacks the presence of a mystical Santa, a lost Christmas, family drama or any of the other tropes seen over and over again in this genre. All the parts are played to perfection, and the combination of perfect scripting, great acting and a superb idea all gel to form one of the most iconic films of the festive period.


6. Die Hard
Ok, so it’s debatable whether or not this a Christmas film. It certainly lacks the gentle grace and charm of the others on this list and it’s not overly heartwarming. It is an amazing riot of a film though, and if you and your London escort are after something a bit different, it will definitely hit the spot. It’s often heavily repeated over the festive period too, so there’s no excuse not to watch Bruce Willis on his yuletide rampage.

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