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Noncluttery present for London-bound bro?

My brother has to go to London on short notice, and his trip promises to be a long and stressful one. I'd like to give him a going-away present, but not clutter or something to haul around. He already has an Oyster card, which was my first thought. What else might be nice to have if you suddenly found yourself in London and in a rush?
posted by theatro on Aug 26, 2015 - 28 answers

A great grad gift experience in London, please

My girlfriend is graduating university and she's heading to London for a well-deserved holiday later this month. I'm looking for a great gift idea of a fabulous experience that she can have while there! [more inside]
posted by Homeboy Trouble on Jun 4, 2015 - 10 answers

How can I give the gift of easy meals in Oxford?

My sister just had a baby, and I was hoping to get her a gift certificate from a food delivery service. I've checked out hungryhouse, which does not deliver to her postcode, and Just Eat, which doesn't have gift certificates. Is there any other service like this or anything else that would accomplish the goal of getting some easy meals in the Oxford (UK) area?
posted by ignignokt on Sep 30, 2014 - 7 answers

What can you send to UK prisons?

What can you send to UK prisons - are books really banned now? [more inside]
posted by maiamaia on Jan 5, 2014 - 7 answers

Sending gift baskets to the UK?

Can you recommend any gourmet gift basket companies that ship to the UK? [more inside]
posted by Metroid Baby on Dec 10, 2012 - 4 answers

But they know so much about Wine and Chocolates!

In a few days I will be staying with friend's family in western France, at a house they own. I will be in the UK the next few days. Normally I would bring wine or chocolates as a thank you for the accommodation, but France does these much better and cheaper than the UK (I am told). I am Canadian. What could I bring that would still be a great gift, that I could find in London? It should be something like food or drink, and something of benefit to people on vacation. Price about $50. The friends I am visiting are French/Canadian and appreciate quality/luxury
posted by niccolo on Aug 3, 2011 - 14 answers

Picking (not squeezing) a beginner accordion

More Giftfilter: where neither the giver nor receiver is a musician, and what one should look for in a piano accordion. [more inside]
posted by outlier on Dec 8, 2010 - 5 answers

I have tottaly not forgotten about this until the last minute

GiftFilter: I need ideas for a gift that will be bought on-line and reliably delivered to Manchester, UK by next week. [more inside]
posted by Dr Dracator on Nov 16, 2010 - 6 answers

What to add to a juicer to make an awesome gift?

What combines nicely with a juicer to make an awesome wedding gift? My cousin and her SO got married a couple weeks ago, I'll be going to see them in 3 weeks. Want to take a lovely gift. Details inside. [more inside]
posted by darsh on Sep 13, 2010 - 11 answers

UK souvenirs ideas for children, ages 6 and 3

Looking for gift suggestions for me, the "cool" aunt in the UK (ha!) to take to my 6 year old niece and 3 year old nephew back in the USA. [more inside]
posted by happyturtle on Apr 15, 2010 - 22 answers

What's cool in England this year?

Christmasgiftfilter: I am in England. I'm looking for suggestions for little gifts to take to the American family. Or generic gift suggestion lists. [more inside]
posted by K.P. on Dec 11, 2008 - 37 answers

Thank you for your support...

UKfilter: "thank you" gift for my midwife and nurse group here in the UK. [more inside]
posted by jadepearl on Mar 2, 2007 - 8 answers

Thanks UK Boss, Sincerely US Employee

My future boss has been extremely helpful and considerate about my upcoming move to the UK, so I'd like to bring him a gift as a thank you. What would a Brit like from the States/California/San Diego? [more inside]
posted by like_neon on Sep 7, 2006 - 28 answers

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