Category: England

York – Vikings and Squirrels

We started our final day in York with another sun-drenched walk into town by the river.  This walk was a lovely way to start and end each day, although we did have to watch out for cyclists occasionally blasting past.  On this particular day, we cut through the Museum Gardens.  The squirrels here are great […]

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York – Landmarks, Museums, and a River Cruise

Our second day in York, and it was a busy one!  The weather was stunning; a real blessing!  We left the hotel early and walked into town along the river, heading for York Minster; our first destination of the day. York Minster Probably York’s most recognisable (and biggest!) landmark, York Minster in its present form […]

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York – Chocolate, Horses and Birds

This past weekend was our first wedding anniversary!  It’s incredible to think that we have been married for over a year now; the time has flown by. We decided to celebrate with a few days in York.  York is a famous, historic city, but somehow, despite the fact that I have for most of my […]

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Discover Famous Bath Buns at Sally Lunn’s

You might have already read my previous post about Bath featuring 3 Best Attractions you don’t want to miss when you visit Bath. This time I want to share with you my discoveries of their best local food. Bath is well-known for buns. It is an old local cuisine which was refereed to by Jane Austen (yes, […]

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3 Best Attractions in Bath

Bath is a small town in England which offers a great nature break, and is well known as the only spa town in England with a natural hot spring. Bath was made a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 1987. I was privileged to visit and experience Bath for two days, and in this article, I […]

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Things I Do – One Day Trip London

London is a big and busy city. If you only had one day to play around in this city, what places would you visit, and what activities would you do? I know it is frustrating to decide what to do and where to visit in a very big and interesting city, such as London on […]

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Oxford Backpacker Hostel

Funky Hostel in Oxford On my first visit to Oxford, I stayed at Funky Oxford Backpackers Hostel. Located at Hythe Bridge Street, it is just five minutes away from coach station and city center. This means you won’t have any difficulty finding place to dine. There are many restaurants close by, and other choice of […]

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