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What You Could Get in Leeds for $10 – Parks, Markets, Museums, and Water Taxis to Spend on the Budget

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It wasn’t my intention to cover Leeds on our $10 series this week, just a few days after Arsenal won over Leeds United on the English Premier League. #COYG

But I guess something gotta happen, so here we are! This week, we’re going to cover what you could do around Leeds for under $10 USD as Rachel from AverageLives will be sharing some snippets on how to travel there on the budget.

So, what could you get in Leeds for $10?

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What You Could Get in Manchester for $10 – Where to Go and What to Eat on a Budget in the Second-Largest City of the UK

As an Asian football fan, the first thing I was familiar with the city of Manchester is Old Trafford. I mean, when I started watching football, Manchester United won a treble with the golden generation that gave us the one and only David Beckham.

Mind you, I said this even though I’m not a supporter of the club, neither am I supporting the blue Manchester team. I’m a gooner, if you must know.

But today, we’re not going to talk about football when we talk about Manchester… Because after covering William Shakespeare’s hometown in Stratford-upon-Avon a few weeks ago, let’s go to Manchester to see how far you could get in the city with your $10!

And today, Jenni of Choose Veganism will tell you how you could stroll around the city on a budget. So, what could you get in Manchester for $10?

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What You Could Get in Stratford-upon-Avon for $10 – Various Things to Do on a Budget in Shakespeare’s Birthplace

Hi everyone!

It took me some time to realize that it’s been a while since the last time we covered a city in England on the $10 series. But this week, we’re going back there to check out yet another city!

And not just a city… Because after we covered Bath a few months ago, we’re going to Shakespeare’s hometown: Stratford-upon-Avon. And you bet, the city is also a must-visit destination in England for those of you who love poetry.

This week, Liz of Call Me Liz will share with us how you could travel around Stratford-upon-Avon with your $10 USD. So, what could you get in the city for $10 USD?

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Why You Should Visit Europe in Autumn

Europe. Wherever you are right now in the world, I can guarantee you that Europe is on your travel bucket list – because it’s not just one place.

It’s London monuments and French rivieras, Spanish tapas and Italian churches. It’s Bavarian fruitcakes and Belgian chocolates, Greek plate-smashing and Icelandic ice baths.

Europe is stuffed with cities, country towns, beaches and baths, spas and pools and theaters and museums. Europe is dripping in history, culture, spectacular art, amazing beer and some of the finest and most authentic food you’ll ever taste in your life.

If Europe isn’t on your bucket list, you’re not writing the right bucket list!

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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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