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London Eye at Easter. Credit: © London Eye.  
The London Eye at Easter
Join the Easter Bunny this weekend at the London Eye. From Friday 29th March to Monday 1st April between 11am and 4pm, Edwin the bunny will be giving out little chocolate eggs. There'll also be circus style performers during these times. As well as meeting Edwin the bunny, guests will be able to interact with the onsite chocolate factory to help the production line along by way of motion sensors and remote control....
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FINDING NEMO..Pictured left to right: Dory (blue tang fish), Father (clownfish), and Bruce (great white shark). Written and directed by Academy Award®-nominee Andrew Stanton, and executive produced by two-time Academy Award®-winner John Lasseter,   
Finding Nemo 3D (U)
When his only son Nemo is plucked from sea and rehoused in a fish tank in a dentist's waiting room, a courageous clownfish called Marlin embarks on an epic adventure to bring the youngster back home. Aided by a forgetful blue tang called Dory, Marlin travels through shark infested waters, overcoming myriad dangers including a swarm of jellyfish, to be reunited with his beloved boy...
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Top Attractions Sellers (14/3/13 - 27/03/13):
1. The View From The Shard, 2. London Zoo, 3. The London Eye, 4. Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter, 5. Madame Tussauds




Diary: Easter events in London: the finger-licking highlights



The weather might be all the excuse you need to spend the long weekend slumped on the sofa stuffing your face with cream eggs, but there's only so many price comparison adverts anyone can take. Here's a peep at some of the Easter events going on:

Kew Gardens always puts on a top show at Easter and this time around there's a presentation of the history of chocolate as well as an egg hunt known as the Chocolate Quest.

On the other side of London at the Cutty Sark, there's another egg hunt, with a top prize of a family ticket to the Camp Bestival festival.

South London open spaces like Clapham Common and Brockwell Park are also running egg hunts, just two of many London parks running similar races.

Central London Easter events include an invitation to help decorate giant eggs - not the pods themselves - at the London Eye and, for when the chocolate limit is reached*, a seemingly egg-free kids craft session at the London Transport Museum.

* Clearly that unhappy state doesn't apply to everyone e.g. I'll be stuck in a motorway traffic jam scoffing the eggs bought for relatives' kids.

David Clee





More Easter Picks



Lindt Big Egg Hunt. Credit: © Charlie Clift.  
The Lindt Big Egg Hunt, Covent Garden
From Good Friday 29th March 2013 through to Easter Monday 1st April 2013, the Lindt Big Egg Hunt returns to Covent Garden. Featuring egg hunts, activities and special appearances from The Fat Controller, SpongeBob and the Moshi Monsters and all in aid of the Action for Children charity...
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IWM at Easter. Credit: © IWM  
Easter at IWM Duxford
Easter holiday activities take you back in time to a wartime childhood, or you can revisit your own childhood with Airfix Make and Paint activities. There's a new children's tour of historic Duxford on Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 March whizzing kids back in time to meet fascinating characters from IWM Duxford's past...
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Competition



Divine Chocolate Easter Competition  
Divine Chocolate Easter Competition
Win a luxury box of chocolaty treats worth £35 including mini eggs, milk bees and a mixture of 10 Divine chocolate bars...
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London Accommodation



Grange Blooms Hotel, Bloomsbury. 5 Star Hotel  
Grange Blooms Hotel - Bloomsbury (5* Hotel)
Housed in a traditional Georgian building in Bloomsbury, Grange Blooms Hotel is the ideal choice for your visit to the capital. The hotel overlooks the British Museum and bookworms will be in their element as the British Library is only a short walk away, as is Holborn Tube Station...
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Holiday Inn Camden Lock, Camden. 4 Star Hotel  
Holiday Inn Camden Lock - Camden (4* Hotel)
Holiday Inn Camden Lock enjoys an enviable location, in one of London's most famous and exciting areas. Known for its vast number of music venues, Camden Town seen many famous bands pass through its streets on the road to success, including Oasis, Blur, U2 and Moby...
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Chelsea House Hotel, Earls Court (2* Bed and Breakfast)  
Chelsea House Hotel - Earls Court (2* B&B)
Chelsea House Hotel is a budget hotel, just 5 minutes away from Earl's Court Station. Chelsea House Hotel was fully redecorated in March 2004, so you will find the accommodation clean and modern. All the rooms come with private bathroom facilities and a fridge and TV...
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Dolphin Inn, Paddington (Hostel)  
Dolphin Inn - Paddington (Hostel)
Choose to stay at Dolphin Inn and you'll be located just steps from Paddington Station, as well as a number of first class tourist attractions. Make sure you bring your laptop with you, as you can use the hostel's WiFi access to research nearby attractions and discover ways of getting around the capital...
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Top Hotel Sellers (14/03/13 - 27/03/13):
1. European Hotel - Kings Cross (2 Star B&B), 2. Bayswater Inn - Bayswater (3 Star Hotel), 3. Romanos Hotel - Victoria (2 Star Hotel), 4. So Paddington - Paddington (3 Star Hotel), 5. So London Apartments - Kilburn (3 Star Apartment)



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