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William Shakespeare – did he really write all those wonderful plays? Or was it actually a member of the royal family? Or a group of people whose names are now lost to history? Did he even exist? Does ...
1. The Lake District
This area is stunningly beautiful to walk around, ride a ferry, sail, or
just sit and read the Romantic Poets: Coleridge, Wordsworth et al.
Bath is one ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2012
When you’re looking for somewhere to stay in England, don’t just think hotels, or even bed-and-breakfasts. I recently stayed at a conference center when there was no conference going on, and it was ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, January 2013
A popular UK holiday destination, the Isle of Wight lies around 6 miles off the south coast of England and is reachable by ferry from the southern ports of Lymington, Southampton
Pride and Prejudice, Downton Abbey, Brideshead Revisited – we’ve watched the TV series, seen the movies, read the books. These stories of life in England during centuries past are one of the ...
The summer in England is coming – so they say. Many of those who are not jetting off to other countries to find their beach holiday will be starting to think of Cornwall. This southwest tip jutting ...
Whether we know it or not, we’ve all grown up on the writings of Charles Dickens, one of London’s most famous chroniclers. He wrote The Christmas Carol, inventing Scrooge and the ghosts of ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, October 2011
The Notre Dame de France Church is one of my favorite London secrets. Hidden away in one of the busiest places in the world, just off Leicester Square in the center of London, and with its doors ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, January 2012
Australians are famous for being great chefs and opening restaurants with interesting food and a relaxed, hospitable ambiance. One of Sydney's favorite and famous sons is Bill Granger. Now he's ...
Ham House. Terrible name, wonderful house. This gorgeous 17th century mansion is on the banks of the Thames River near elegant Richmond on the edge of London. It was home to Elizabeth Murray, ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, September 2012
The city streets are no place to spend a sunny summer’s afternoon, so
grab a Frisbee, a few mates and a picnic and join the locals at your
nearest park – London has no end of green spaces, but ...
Written by Philippa Burne, UK, July 2011
When the sun comes out in London, Londoners head to the nearest park and take off their shirts. One of the favorites is Regent’s Park, 410 acres of green space (part of the ‘lungs of London’) tucked ...
London is a Christmas-y town (didn’t you see Love Actually?) and there are tons of holiday events going on. Here are just a few suggestions.
1. Christmas Lights: London’s Christmas Lights are ...
like a good coffee. I do not like coffee from chains that put quantity over quality. Sometimes I like coffee because the view that goes with it is wonderful, or the atmosphere. Keep that in mind as ...
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