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London Zoo

London Zoo London Zoo is the world's oldest scientific zoo.It was opened in London on 27 April 1828,and was originally intended to be used as a collection for scientific study. It was eventually opened to the public in 1847. Although this zoo is located in the middle of the city it still has plenty of animals to see including lions, camels, giraffes, penguins, tigers, monkeys and meerkats. In fact there are 750 different species of animals making it one of the largest collections of animals in the UK.The zoo is divided up into many different areas which are great fun to explore and help make it one of London's most popular tourist attractions. London Zoo is home to a family of Asian lions and pair of Sumatran tigers and visit...


Cumbria Cumbria is England's most north westerly county and is easily its most beautiful with the world famous Lake District at its heart. The county, the second largest in England, contains the highest mountains (known locally as fells) and the biggest lakes in the country. The tourist meccas of Bowness-on-Windermere, Keswick and Ambleside attract most visitors but there are many pretty villages set in the valleys further afield. Brockhole is the Lake District's National Park centre on the shores of Windermere and is the ideal introduction to England's largest National Park. Walkers especially love the Lake District and footpaths are well marked with excellent maps and guides available. The area has such varied scenery w...

England Excursion

England Excursion When Victoria was queen, the sun never set on England's vast empire. Fueled by the Industrial Revolution, Great Britain extended its reach into every continent, every sea, nearly every port. In this century, the British have been forced down from their imperial heights, but England and its people still retain their distinctive charm. To this day, social climbers the world over imitate English habits, from the cut of their Savile Row suits to the scones and clotted cream that adorn their tea tables. Indeed, the peculiarly English combination of emotional reserve and buttoned-down elegance define what it means to be upper-class. England itself seems a small country to command such a formidable reputation, but within ...


Walsall Walsall is a town suburb of the Birmingham area. Full of high street shops, a market and various museums. Hold on to your wallet because otherwise it probably will not be there when you intend on leaving. If that has not attracted you to our town then the various unemployed people walking round the town with nothing to do but cause trouble for the people will drive you even further away....


Bromwich West Bromwich originated as a sprawl around the main road from the north west to London. It grew in size and importance during the industrial revolution due to the easily accessible coal seams and shared with the rest of the Black Country an important role fueling the industrial revolution and Britain's empire building. Mining finished a long time ago and the steel industry's demise came in recent decades. This has left the region much cleaner but with unemployment above the national average. Although now a rather nondescript town nestled in the middle of a conurbation spanning Birmingham and Wolverhampton, it is possible to get away from the urbanization in the peaceful countryside and parkland of Sandwell Vall...


Bournemouth Bournemouth is one of Britain's most popular destinations for leisure and business travelers. Set on the coast in the centre of Southern England its 10kms of sandy beach flies two blue flags for bathing water quality. The resort attracts visitors throughout the year to its 25,000 beds available in hotels, guest houses and self-catering apartments. There are over 150 restaurants around the town offering full range of international cuisines. Nightclubs abound offering disco, jazz, comedy and dance. Bournemouth is the major centre in the UK for learning English, attracting tens of thousands of students from around the world each year adding to the cosmopolitan feel of the town. It is a popular tourist destination as ...


Bristol Bristol is the largest city in the south west of England, with a population of approximately half a million. Historically a county in its own right, it lies between Somerset and Gloucestershire and is properly entitled the City and County of Bristol. It also has a great history as a major trading port in the 19th century, wine/spirits, shipping,(Isambard Kingdom Brunel) and John Cabot who 'discovered' the 'new continent' (Canada/U.S.A.) in the Matthew in 1497. There are plenty of historical areas to visit including the suspension bridge, designed by Brunel as was also the SS Great Britain which is displayed now in the docks after being reclaimed from the Falklands in the 70's, and is still being repaired but looks...


Chippenham The town was established on a crossing of the River Avon and is believed to have existed as some form of settlement since before Roman times. For a time Alfred the Great had a hunting lodge there. The town continued to grow when the Great Western Railway arrived in 1841, and while historically a market town the economy has changed to that of a commuter town. Buttercross - The original Buttercross, a stone structure, was erected in c. 1570 and stood in the current location of Barclays Bank, where it served as the centre of the Shambles. The Buttercross was used for the sale of meat and dairy products. In 1889 Mr. E.C. Lowndes bought the Buttercross for 6. He re-erected it as a gazebo in the kitchen garden of the ...

Lost Gardens of Heligan

Lost Gardens of Heligan These gardens were literally lost, after supplying all the food needs of the big house and a large amount of pleasure for many years. The gardeners left to serve in WW1 and did not return. The story of the reclamation of the gardens is told by a book entitled 'The Lost Gardens of Heligan,' prior reading of which contributes much to the enjoyment of a visit. There are pleasure gardens, veg, gardens and an area aptly called 'the Jungle.' There is also a lovely walk along the adjacent valley and the home farm has been opened up for visits more recently....


Devon Devon is situated in southern England and is a very beautiful county, famous for many picturesque and varied environments in both coastline and countryside. Inland Devon includes the wild, unpredictable yet enchanting Dartmoor and part of Exmoor (shared with Somerset). These moorlands have a unique environment with spectacular granite Tors and a wealth of Bronze Age remains. There are many wooded river valleys between the moors and the sea, appealing little villages are found nestled in these throughout the county. Its coastal resorts contain Torquay known as the English Riviera in the south of Devon, Ilfracombe and Lynton in the north where the area is relatively untouched by development and very scenic. Exe...




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