Wondering what to get your Mom/Dad/wife/sister/husband/best friend who loves, loves, loves England for Christmas?
Check out these easy tips and you can cross your "favourite" Anglophile off the Christmas shopping list!
Wondering what to pack for a trip to Scotland? Look no further! We'll discuss rainy days, that Scottish sunshine, and warming up when it gets chilly up north!
If you're like me, one of the best ways to prepare for a trip is to immerse yourself in novels set in the destination. When it comes to a visit to England, there's nothing like a cozy mystery novel.
Scotland tops many people's "bucket lists," and for good reason. It's an incredible country, full of wonderful people, amazing scenery, and incredible cultural sights.
You're in England. You're a millennial. You're going to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts I and II. It's going to be expensive and you're going to love it. Check out these easy tips and tricks to learn what you need to know before seeing Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, in London.
Planning a trip to London and wondering what to pack? These helpful tips will keep you warm, dry, cozy and looking posh on a visit to England's capital city!
As much as I love being a tourist, there are times when I’m tired of crowds. While Edinburgh is not a particularly crowded city, if you visit during the right time of year, after an extended stay, you may want a small escape, without going on a full-on day trip.
A half day spent at Craigmillar Castle and The Sheep Heid Inn can be the perfect respite.
If you're looking for a historic, UNESCO World Heritage site that can easily fit into a half day from London, then look no further! Stop by Canterbury - see the ancient Canterbury Cathedral, still the headquarters of the Church of England, drop by a classic pub, and take a stroll through centuries of history, before you hop on the train back to London!
The Brits have the art of the murder mystery down to a science - tune into these top, easily streamable picks and see them in action!
No visit to Edinburgh is complete without an exploration of the Palace of Holyrood House - isn't that name alone intriguing?
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