By Emma Marshall When people ask where they should go for a short break in England, then one of the top places that comes up is a weekend in Bath. A UNESCO World Heritage site, it’s a beautiful Georgian city in the south west of the country and a delightful place to visit. There’s plenty...Read More
If you’re looking for a unique place to visit – that’s easy to reach from London and offers you a close encounter with British Royalty – then look no further than Windsor. Home to the oldest inhabited castle in the world and a short walk to one of the world’s most famous public schools, you...Read More
One of the most famous palaces in Britain, King Henry VIII’s sumptuous residence on the River Thames is an easy day trip from central London and a popular destination for history buffs and tourists alike. This is your guide to a day trip to Hampton Court Palace in London By Emma Marshall and Nick Warburton...Read More
By Emma Marshall This post contains affiliate links, including for Amazon; as an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases I recently wrote about my day trip from London by train to Portsmouth. My next trip was much more local: an afternoon at Strawberry Hill House in south west London. As its name suggests, Strawberry...Read More
By Emma Marshall Like most people in the UK, this year has been more about day trips at home than holidays abroad. And as someone without a car, I’ve been looking for destinations that would make interesting day trips from London by train. For the first on the list, I chose Portsmouth in Hampshire. This was...Read More
By Emma Marshall This post contains affiliate links It might have first drawn national attention in 2013 with ITV’s “Broadchurch” and David Tennant, but for me, it’s always been there. Growing up nearby in south Somerset, Sunday afternoons often involved a drive down to West Bay on the Dorset coast. As a small child, my focus...Read More
By Emma Marshall Where can you go where you can walk across the airport runway to get to your hotel, explore a rock that has over 30 miles of tunnels bored into it, and wander along country paths and not bat an eye at a large monkey sitting preening itself on a fence? The answer is...Read More
By Emma Marshall This post contains affiliate links When I wrote my previous post on my one-night in Jersey, I said I would write another about my trip to the Jersey War Tunnels Museum. I wanted to do this because it’s one of the best museums I’ve visited in a long while (that and Chicago’s Museum...Read More
Guest post by Monica Castenetto You’ve always wanted to see Hadrian’s Wall, but thought you can’t do it on a time budget? Think again. Granted, in a weekend you won’t walk its 117.5 kilometres in their entirety, but you’ll certainly take in its unbelievable scale, connect with its intriguing history and experience the breath-taking landscape...Read More
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