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    where is selfridges?















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 83149
    where is selfridges?
    You mean the one in London? It is on Oxford St.Selfridges





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    that's the one! wasn't sure if it was on oxford street or somewhere else like harrods is! thank youx















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    Oxford St near the Hyde Park end.

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    I'm back from very wet and cold London! It was very busy!

    We paid 21 for coffee in Harrods when we first arrived.



    I loved looking around the Christmas department where everything was 50% reduced. I still denied myself the box of 6 Christmas Crackers at 999 a pop!

    Window displays were fantastic. Here's one of a great fort.



    Here's a shop DH will like!



    We stopped of at this wonderful shop (well it would be rude not to!)


    From there we went to Hamleys by cab and then walked to Selfridges and I fell in love with almost everything in the Cath Kidston Dept before my best friend dragged me away from Louis and Mulberry!

    We took another black cab back to Harrods were we bought lots of delicious macaroons from Laduree


    Then from there back to the car park, pay the 44 car parking fee and drive home past this wonderful vision!



    The lights came on just as we were approached in the car. A nice touch at the end of a tiring day!





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    that sounds good. Do you think it would cost a fortune to get a cab from victoria to oxford street?















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    Quote Originally Posted by britchick, post: 84085
    that sounds good. Do you think it would cost a fortune to get a cab from victoria to oxford street?
    About the same as we paid from Harrods Brit. Between 7-8.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Claire, post: 84086
    About the same as we paid from Harrods Brit. Between 7-8.
    so cheaper than the tube then lol! just working out distances















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    The second cabdriver actually said that we'd picked the cheaper option by going by cab. He said the tube was mega pricy unless you plan to use it several times in one day on a day rider type ticket.





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    i do have oyster cards for dh and i but we'll have to pay out of pocket for Daniel and the stress etc. It wasn't too busy on the road then?


    how big is the disney store and where is it ? thanks















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