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Things to Try in London

Recognized for its striking skyline, the capital city of England in London is a popular city with tourists and locals for its variety of events, activities and attractions.

Rich in history and culture, the city is admired by those looking to explore the beautiful architecture and learn more about the exciting stories that make up the city’s past.

One of the easiest ways to experience the bustling capital is to purchase a hop-on hop-off bus ticket that’ll allow you 24 hours ride access on the sightseeing buses.

The buses provide both covered and open-top areas and stop nearby some of the most popular attractions including St Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square.

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What You Could Get in Bath for $10 – Various Things to Do on the Budget in England’s UNESCO World Heritage City

It’s not without a reason that we barely cover any city around the UK in the $10 series. The United Kingdom is known for its high living cost, that the budget seems so little to spend around the region.

However, it doesn’t mean that $10 USD is impossible to spend anywhere in the UK, especially in England. We’ve covered the capital, which is London and other cities like Cambridge and York.

And today, after months of not covering any city in the region, we have Karen of World Wide Writer to cover another city there: Bath.

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The Beaten Trail: Travel Tips for London, England

There’s nothing quite like booking your first flight to London, England. There’s history. There’s
style. There are things you’ve seen on the TV all your life like Big Ben and Buckingham Palace – and the most surreal part is that everyone there just walks right by them.

Well, I suppose you would, wouldn’t you? If you lived there, you get to see this stuff everyday… But to the wild traveler, this stuff is magic!

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4 Unsung Spots You Should Visit in the UK

As wonderful as it can be to travel to a far-off destination overseas and experience new cultures, different languages and another climate altogether, there is no doubt that sometimes, a trip closer to home is what you want.

As surprising as it may be to learn, the UK itself has plenty of attractions that will make a perfect holiday – and will be perfect for those occasions when you don’t have the time or the money spare to take a longer trip. 

Of course, we all know about the bigger cities and the famous tourist resorts, so for this post we’re going to look beyond the obvious and find, for each part of Britain (and Northern Ireland), a place that you should be penciling into your plans for a future holiday. Rest assured, each of these destinations is well worth your time…

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The Haunting of Pevensey Bay

Holiday rentals in Pevensey Bay caters to the adventurers, the peace seekers and the ghost hunters abroad. Pevensey Bay, a small seaside resort, is a wonderful place to visit.  Home to the Pevensey Castle where much of the Roman stonework still exists today, Pevensey Bay holds much of the antiquity of its past intact.  

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