This week's checklist; eat roast chestnuts, drink mulled wine
and find mysterious bruises on your knees and rear…
Skating season is here and the big outdoor rinks are frozen
smooth and ready for blade action. There's none more magical than
the icy plane beneath the twinkling lights of the Natural History
museum. And afterwards head to the Café Bar for a hot
chocolate, bird's eye view of the rink and possibly a chuckle at
your fellow skaters. Followed by supper at the Jumeirah
Lowndes Bar & Kitchen.
A bit like swimming in the ponds on Hampstead Heath, there's
something that feels so illicit and exciting about skating en plein
air in the centre of London. Just imagine what it must have
been like during the legendary winter of 1963 when the Thames froze
over and became a giant ice rink. But for this year, the
Natural History museum will do nicely, thank you.
Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel offers all Vanity Fair A-List
subscribers the chance to win an exclusive 'Stay and Skate'
experience, including two skating tickets, one night's
accommodation and a full English breakfast (total worth
£700). Situated only minutes away from the Natural History
Museum ice skating rink, Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel is proud to be an
official partner to the ice rink for the third consecutive year. To
enter this prize draw, send your details (name, address, email,
telephone) to firstname.lastname@example.org
by 12pm on Friday 29th November.
Terms and conditions apply. Prize is for two people
sharing one superior room for one night at Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel,
including full English breakfast in Lowndes Bar & Kitchen.
Prize is non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash. Prize
must be taken by 5 January 2014. Advance booking is essential, and
all package elements are subject to availability. Blackout dates