England is a beautiful country that more people need to visit. Obviously, major cities such as London and Manchester (which will both be mentioned in this post) get plenty of visitors on an annual basis, but there are so many wonderful places to explore in England. That’s quite baffling, in a way, considering how small it is. Still, it should be an incentive for you to explore this tiny but proud nation. It’s quick and easy to travel from place to place, so you could squeeze quite a few stops into a single trip, even if you weren’t planning on staying for very long. This post contains a list of beautiful English destinations that you simply have to visit.
Campervan trips offer the most fun and adventurous experiences that money can buy. One of the most popular reasons for it to be loved by people from all walks of life is the freedom associated with it. It echoes the words of Robert Frost as you have the option to take “the road less travelled,” and have the flexibility to create your own route. Such a thrill cannot be achieved when you have a strict itinerary with pre-booked train and flight tickets.
if you are planning your next vacation, or want to get together a list of dream hiking destinations, then here are some of the spots that are not to be missed.
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No visit to North Wales is really complete without at least one visit to Snowdonia.
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Camden Town mural hot spots and a selection of my favourite street art & graffiti collected on recent visits to London over the past 4 years.
A complete blend of cultures, styles and a location to arrive at very hungry.
I always make a point of spending at least one night in the heart of Camden each time I visit London. I have stayed at the Holiday Inn Camden Lock 4 times - in 2012, 2013 & 2016...
'. . . Something about the UK always draws me back. My 6th visit to alluring London and my first since returning from living (or should I say dossing) there, this 3 night stopover was all about nostalgia . . .'