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Home to ancient market towns and iconic cities, rolling green hills and dramatic coastlines, England is the place to be. Soak up the cosmopolitan vibe of Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol; be captivated by ancient legends in medieval York and the spa city of Bath; and explore England’s largest National Park (the Lake District) or Dorset’s majestic Jurassic Coast. Get up-close-and-personal with royalty in Windsor, explore the castles of Kent, or wander the hallowed halls of Oxford University.
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- ByEnglands Great Walking TrailsHighlights of the Hadrian's WallThis short walking tour traverses the dramatic moorland of Hadrian’s Wall country – a rugged landscape near England’s border with Scotland, where still visible sections of the wall follow the natural contours of the land to form a formidable fortification on the northern edge of the Roman Empire.12 items
- ByTinBoxTravellerExploring Salisbury and South Wiltshire with kidsIf you are looking for places to visit within easy reach of London then Salisbury must be on your destination list. But rather than do the standard day trip why not put down roots for a few days and really get to know the city? This is what we did over the October half term when we visited for a short break in Wiltshire. Thanks to VisitWiltshire for inviting us to experience some of what Salisbury and Wiltshire’s countryside have to offer. #sponsored7 items
- ByUS ConnectionsUnited Allies and the USAAF – Heroes of WWII2019 is the 75th anniversary of D-Day – Operation Overlord was the pinnacle of the special wartime relationship between the United States and England. Between 1943-44 alone over 1.4million American serviceman crossed the Atlantic in support of the Allied troops. Visit the airfields where the US troops were based, see the new interactive D-Day story museum in Hampshire www.theddaystory.com and take a trip on SS Shieldhall https://www.ss-shieldhall.co.uk/. Stand atop the iconic White Cliffs of Dover, explore Dover Castle and the War Tunnels and visit the emotive Battle of Britain Memorial www.battleofbritainmemorial.org In Cambridge, at the heart of the American Cemetery and memorial is the Wall of the Missing, inscribed with the names of 5,127 soldiers lost during the air campaigns over northwest Europe. www.Abmc.gov/cemeteries-memorials/Europe/Cambridge-american-cemetry In ‘Bomber County’ (Lincolnshire) the new International Bomber Command centre remembers all those who fought and supported the Bomber efforts. Pay your respects at the American and Canadian memorial garden and wall of remembrance and trace your ancestors who supported the Allied war efforts with the digitized records database. www.Internationalbcc.co.uk15 items