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Summer Spa Break
One Night Package
Exclusive to Anomalous London
DANESFIELD HOUSE HOTEL & SPA - Read my review
£165.00 per person
Overnight accommodation within a Classic double or twin bedded traditional room with complimentary Aromatherapy Associates toiletries & WiFi.
Three course dinner in the Orangery overlooking the courtyard and gardens.
Full use of the facilities within the award winning spa which include a 20 metre swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi and gym.
A luxury 25 minute Spa Treatment. Choose from an Aching Foot Relaxer, Relaxing Scalp Massage or a File and Paint on Hands or Toes.
Full English breakfast.
Bottle of Prosecco in the room.
Complimentary Spa gift.
Valid till 31st August 2015 only.
Not valid for Saturday or Sunday night.
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At the beginning of every week a 'Quirk' is posted here. This 'Quirk' is usually an event taking place in London during the week or at the weekend which is unique and quirky and may not have been widely advertised.
Anomalous London tries to find these anomalous events to keep the enjoyment of the glorious capital city of London alive. The Archive has details of past quirky events along with some lovely pictures.
Saturday 1st August 2015 - 9am to 4pm
Cycle past London’s iconic landmarks on traffic-free roads for one day only! Don’t miss it.
Now in its third year, Prudential RideLondon is a world-class weekend cycling festival, developed by the Mayor of London, Transport for London and London & Partners sponsored by Prudential. It helps to promote cycling and encourage more people to cycle safely and more often. The festival combines the fun of a free family ride through central London with the excitement of watching the world’s best professional cyclists. Amateurs and professional cyclists will ride on the same closed roads passing some of the Capital’s most iconic landmarks. Ride round the route as many times as you like.
Last year, nearly 70,000 got on their bikes during the weekend, and this year the festival of cycling is expected to see more than 95,000 people taking to two wheels. There will be music and entertainment along the route and six Festival Zones, at Green Park, St Paul’s Churchyard, Guildhall Yard, Leadenhall Market, Aldwych and Lincoln’s Inn Fields, all offering a wide range of bike-based entertainment and activities including among other things: big screens, bike polo matches, bike building, pedal-powered Scalextric and a world record attempt by a team of stunt riders in Green Park.
A number of road closures, essential to the operation of the event, will be in place on Saturday 1 August in the City of London, the City of Westminster and the southern part of the borough of Camden. Roads will be closed from 06:00 until around 18:00. Waterloo Bridge will be closed, however all other London river crossings will remain open.
The route will feature many of the capital’s world-famous landmarks, from Buckingham Palace in the west to the Bank of England in the east via the Houses of Parliament and St Paul’s. London’s greatest sights will create an inspiring backdrop for a memorable day of cycling. Fun day out for the whole family...dont forget to take your camera!
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