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TOURING THE UK
England:
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Scotland:
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Northern Ireland:
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Giant's Causeway
 
CASTLES/
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Arundel Castle
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Bodiam Castle
Dunluce Castle

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St. Michael's Mount

Windsor Castle
CATHEDRALS:
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GARDENS:
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ROMAN UK
 
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For a US citizen, Ireland and the UK are a good choice for a first time visit to Europe. One does not have to deal with significant language differences, the cultural differences are sufficient to provide the visitor with some unique experiences and historic sites are in abundance.

Bath Dover St. Michaels Mount
england/bath.htm england/dover.htm

Like my Ireland Guide, the England Guide content is in a draft form, but it is a good start. Eventually this site is to have information on all of the UK.

Bodiam Castle in England
Bodiam Castle.
Related content on Europe Top Travels Helpful Information:
Stoke on Trent - The first time I visited the Gladstone Pottery Museum in Stoke on Trent I was a giddy seven-year-old on a school trip.
Family Trip review of England and Scotland - In this story Diane shares her UK Family Vacation including all the problems they encounter in their trip.
Scotland's "Whisky Trail" - The Scots lay claim to inventing the game of golf and single malt whisky and they're equally proud of both, and sometimes combine the two.
Most recent info on the other websites:
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Check out the video of Venice From our most recent trip in October, 2010 - A video of the sights and sounds of Venice.
On Europe Top Travels read about Teide - Walking With Volcanoes
Canary Islands Travel Guide (Spain) - Politically part of Spain but geographically belonging to Africa, the Canary Islands have a unique identity. A guide with info on 7 islands.
Traveling with Children in Spain - Spain loves children and the sentiment is almost always reciprocated. It’s a fabulous country for family vacations.
Cider Tasting in Nava, Spain - Streching out from the eastern coast of Asturias to the inland, the Cider Shire with its 570 square kilometres covers a rolling landscape of apple orchards and sandy coves.

 

Some of the links at the top of the page are light on content, the most useful information pages are on train travel and driving in the UK, most of the other pages do have some content or links to take you to related content. I have not even started on the Hotel and B&B FAQ for Britain.

The Northern Ireland links, Belfast, Giant's Causeway will take you to my Ireland Guide, if you want to return here you will need to use your back button or search out the England Guide link towards the top of a number of the Ireland Guides pages.

I need to go in to more depth for almost all the England destination links to the left, with a few exceptions all have some content. The Wales, Scotland and pre-Rome pages have no content at this time.

As I have moved on to other project the England website has languished. It will be a few years before I return to working on this website.

 

   
   

 

 


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