York is full of surprises. Everyone has heard of York Minster, but there are many secret things to see and do as well. Discover York's snickets, observatory, and chocolate trail.
Traveling in London with a London Pass and London Travel Card for sightseeing tours is cheaper than buying tickets for each tourist attraction and every transport vehicle. No hassle and queing when buying the tickets online. This is an article about my travel in London and the places I have visited.
Selection of Castles I’ve visited in England and Wales during holiday trips; including those who regularly hold medieval festivals, or are living museums e.g. live animals appropriate to that time roaming the grounds.
Planning a visit to the Tower of London, or just curious about its history? I've compiled a list of odd and curious facts about the tower of London, along with some fantastic photos of the inside.
Skipwith village, situated near Selby and York is a pretty North Yorkshire village. Near by is Skipwith Common, home to the famous Exmoor ponies. See the church of Saint Helens and Skipwith Manor.
If you're looking for a different place to see in London, then St Katharine Docks shouldn't be missed. It's pretty with great restaurants, but not everyone knows it's there!
What is the longest river in England? There are many rivers in England but which is the longest? This article gives an answer to these two questions, along with lists of the top 10 longest rivers in England, along with their length. There...
The Ostrich Inn in Colnbrook is the third oldest pub in England. It is said to be haunted by several ghosts and legends say that murders took place there on which the story of Sweeney Todd was based.
Bourton on the Water is a peaceful and typical Cotswold village - apart from once a year when things go crazy.
Thomas Tresham's 16th century 'Triangular Lodge' is intriguing ~ quite simply because it is, indeed, triangular. There are not too many three-sided buildings around! But there is more to it than that. Triangles permeate the building ~ equilateral triangles, that is. It is symbolic of Sir Thomas's...