Posts Tagged‘England’

Castles in England

Leicester is the perfect place to take the family and whether you’re a child or an adult, you’ll find lots of things to do. Whether you’re on a tight budget and looking for cheap entertainment, wanting to…

Cityscape of Liverpool, England

By Matthew Pink England. You know England, right? They call it Ing-er-lund but they’re wrong. It’s England. Jeez, any idiot can see that. How can you mispronounce your own name anyway? England is a sheep-filled…

vintage caravan

Ever since people have been traveling in four wheeled vehicles, they have been crashing in them, and not just in accidents. While my “caravanning” experience is limited to sleeping in the passenger seat of my…

Beaches in England

When people travel to England, it’s usually synonymous with one destination, London Town. Why? Same reason people go to NYC; it’s a travel hub, has more to do and experience than one human being can tackle…

Sunday Markets in London

It’s hard to say why I like London markets so much. They are just markets, you can hang out there, meet with friends, have some food and drinks. For the last two years, every time…

Comfort Insurance - Motorhome Insurance Specialists

While you might think renting an RV and cruising the great “unknown” is a uniquely American thing, think again! Our British brethren across the pond enjoy caravanning just as much as your parents do, and…

Formula One in Monaco

Formula One’s fans expect excitement, fast cars and alcoholic beverages but not many people know that luxury and F1 were destined to go hand in hand. Being one of the most glamorous sports in the…

Guest Post from Mark Hannant I’m a huge fan of adventure holidays; if it involves climbing, running, being wet or facing an angry herd of animals, I’m there. I’ve been lucky enough to enjoy a…

Skiing in the United Kingdom

The opportunity to travel comes at different times in people’s lives. There really is no age limit to taking a gap year, adults can have fun and enjoy new experiences too. Not just university students.…

When is Tea Time in England?

With the Olympics in London winding down, I thought writing a bit about our British brethren would be in order. Every wonder why the English “love” tea so much? Well here’s why! When one thinks…

Rome Airport

A trip to Europe is on the top of most people’s bucket lists. Unfortunately, the allure and cultural cache of the stunning continent can be temporarily overshadowed by dreadful airport experiences. Here are a few…

Kilver Court in Somerset County, England

As Europe’s most visited city, London is no stranger to tourists. As sporting fanatics from across the globe pile into Heathrow Airport to begin their Summer Olympics journey, it’s worth noting some peaceful sites around…

Map of the United Kingom

The following is a guest post from Emily Buchanan about how we all try and travel outside of our own borders, but never stop to experience and appreciate our mother lands. As a proud British…

Snakes on Back

When it comes to youth and beauty, lots of people are willing to go through many an extreme treatment in order to improve their looks. Of course, many people are just looking for ways to…

A guest post from Charlotte Stamper. Sheffield is a fantastic city, often underestimated and overlooked as a tourist destination but it truly is a great place to visit. Locals say Sheffield was built on seven hills…

The Queen of England in a yellow dress

As much as I consider myself not English, my language, love of pints and imperfect teeth are the result of the British laying claim to much of the modern world (at some point at least).…

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