5 Budget Family Holiday Destinations in the UK
Oct14

5 Budget Family Holiday Destinations in the UK

The UK can be a bit a burden to the family traveller.  Quite frankly, it’s expensive to get around the region.  Hotels, fuel, and the attractions all chop at the wallet faster than they should in the UK.  Families in particular can be quite burdened by travel in the area.  But still, there are places throughout the UK that can make fore both exciting and inexpensive destinations for families.  Below I have listed what you can...

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London’s East End
Jun18

London’s East End

By Courtney Savoia A good distance from the typical tourist offerings in London and the gleam of Parliament’s lights, lies the East End of London, surrounded by the river Thames. A cultural hub that showcases the customs, traditions, cuisine and style of those immigrant groups that settled in this area centuries ago continues to thrive to this day. An eerie presence forever lurks in the air, reminiscent of the despicable acts...

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Photo Corner: Titanic Memorial, Southampton, UK
Jun08

Photo Corner: Titanic Memorial, Southampton, UK

By Matthew Adams This is the Titanic memorial in Southampton, which includes the architect of the great ocean liner that went down in the Atlantic in 1912. The Titanic was one of two Olympic class ships, 45,000 – 48,000 ton ocean liners which were the largest ships to have been constructed by 1912. Their size and extravagant interior décors were unmatched. The photo was taken from Southampton’s East Park, a good picnic spot with...

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Photo Corner: Liverpool Cathedral
Apr13

Photo Corner: Liverpool Cathedral

by Brendan van Son I didn’t go to Liverpool expecting to have so many great photo opportunities. I had never thought of Liverpool as a photographer’s destination, but I was wrong. I was constantly bombarded with photo opportunities in the city, and one of my favourite places to shoot was Liverpool Cathedral. This cathedral is massive and the inside is very impressively woven in beautiful stonework. While taking this photo...

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Playing the Tourist Close to Home – London, U.K.
Mar22

Playing the Tourist Close to Home – London, U.K.

By Karen Cripps ‘Why are you going to London?’ several friends asked – they are used to our more exotic travels. But if you think about it, this is a bizarre question: London is one of the most incredible cities in the world. For us it is only a two-hour train journey away, and yes in some ways that makes it less exciting than boarding a plane and heading to a far away land. But nevertheless, it seems bordering on...

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