Exploring London’s Marylebone

The Sherlock Holmes Museum - 221b Baker Street, London

London’s Marylebone neighbourhood is known as an upscale and elegant area of town famous for its shopping opportunities. From indie shops to high-end designers, this area has something for everyone. Here are 5 places to check out while you are in the area. Sherlock Holmes Museum Located at 221B Baker Street, this museum offers you […]

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The Five Best Spots for Summer Outdoor Cinema in London

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As a city long known for its dedication to the performing arts, London offers a wealth of cinematic options throughout the summer months for the casual viewer and the serious film buff alike. • Backyard Cinema, Camden Lock  Born from the idea that great food and great films are natural partners, this impromptu cinema springs […]

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Places to Visit in London’s Notting Hill

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Notting Hill is a quiet town in London that has several attractions, many of them dealing with the theater. The area is known for the Notting Hill Carnival and has a strong passion for the fashion industry. Houses in Notting Hill are mostly divided into apartments. The Gate Theatre If you are looking for an […]

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Cheltenham’s Gold Cup


Horse racing has a rich history in the United Kingdom but few are held in as high regard as Cheltenham’s Gold Cup. The race has been going since 1924 when Dick Rees rode Red Splash to victory. Roll on 91 years and the Grade 1 National Hunt event is stronger than ever. The Gold Cup […]

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Exploring London’s World’s End

Waltham Abbey

World’s End is a part of the Chelsea area of London. The name was derived from a house called World’s End. Although it is one of the less fashionable areas of London, there are several buildings with historical architecture including houses and museums. Great Wood Country Park This is a beautiful park with a large […]

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5 Things to Do on a Weekend Trip to Pembrokeshire, Wales


If you’re planning a weekend in Pembrokeshire, Wales, you’re in for a treat. This cozy coastal county is made up of lush landscapes, majestic mountains, hidden caves and lively wildlife. Available activities range from hiking, fishing, exploring caves and jumping off cliffs. Since time is limited on a weekend trip, here are five things you […]

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