Traveler information on most parts of England (particularly if anyone is interested in narrowboating in the Midlands), southern Wales, southeastern Scotland (I am a U.S. resident).
I consider myself an Anglophile, and love the countryside and sense of history available through much of the British Isles.
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Nancy, the main two airports serving London are Heathrow and Gatwick. Heathrow is the closest to "downtown" London and is also west of the downtown area. If the airlines you choose has service to Heathrow
Hello, Ann! I'm sorry to say I'm a great fan of travel to Britain, but not a resident. Everything I can see online suggests, but does not prove, that the ceiling of the Royal Gallery and the roof are the
Hello, Anna! I am not a resident of the U.K., but rather an American with enthusiasm for visiting Britain. However, I think I can help at least a little bit. You mention that you will be staying in
Dear Paul, while I have been an enthusiastic visitor to England in the past, I am not a resident there. So I want you to know that I'll share my knowledge as a tourist rather than a resident. I have
Jerry, I'm a traveler from the U.S. so not exactly an expert on ferries and getting across the countries, but I can certainly provide some knowledge based on experience and a little web searching. First
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