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Santa's Steam Trains
In the UK, Santa doesn't always rely on reindeer. Sometimes he hops on a steam train. Find out where to join him on some of the UK's favorite steam railways every December.

About UK Department Stores - John Lewis and Peter Jones
John Lewis is a favorite British department store with 46 branches around the country, good worldwide shipping and VAT refunds for visitors.

Bollywood Scotland - A Decade of Hindi Film Locations
Visit Scotland plots a tour of Bollywood film locations set in Scotland's cities, lochs, glens and castles. Here's a taster and where to find more.

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Is Public Nudity Legal in England, Scotland and Wales?
Can you go bare on the beach in England, Scotland and Wales? Find out about public nudity in the UK and how to sunbathe nude without breaking the law.

Designer Luxury on a Budget - Cheap & Chic Hotels
Yes you can vacation in the UK on a budget. Try a poshtel or a budget designer boutique. Chic and cheap have really grown up.

Best UK Indoor Water Parks
Indoor water parks around the UK make warm summer family fun possible all year long.

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Devon Hotel Review - Romantic Orestone Manor
Oreston Manor in Devon is a hotel with historic connections, breathtaking views of Lyme Bay, a tropical garden and Devon seafood to die for.

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Devon Hotel Review - Romantic Orestone Manor
Oreston Manor in Devon is a hotel with historic connections, breathtaking views of Lyme Bay, a tropical garden and Devon seafood to die for.

Fishing in Scotland - Angling and Coarse Fishing
Find out where to go fishing in Scotland around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. Fishing season information, kinds of fishing and angling, where to find fishing boats, tackle and guides.

Selfridges: Large, Luxury UK Department Stores
Selfridges is a small chain of comprehensive department stores with an emphasis on luxury and designer goods, exotic foods and top brands.

All About M&S - A UK Favorite Store and a British Institution
Marks and Spencer or M&S is the UK's favorite department store - a real British institution

New Year's in Scotland - The Stonehaven Fireballs
Scottish Fire Festivals - The Stonehaven Fireball is an orgy of flames and a flaming good party on the Scottish coast near Aberdeen.

New Year's UK Fire Festivals - The Allendale Tar Barrel
At the Allendale Tar Barl strong, fearless locals carry flaming barrels of tar around the village on their heads to dramatically welcome New Year.

Birmingham German Market - Voted One of Europe's Top Christmas Markets
Birmingham's huge German Market - mid November to Christmas - fills the city center with traditional gifts, holiday foods and lots of German beer.

Country Pub in Ightham - The George & Dragon - A Prison for an English Traitor
Was the George & Dragon, a lovely English country pub in Ightham Kent, a prison for an English Traitor

The Town House - A Nest of Conspirators?
Was the Town House, a 14th century house in Ightham Kent, a nest of conspirators? People say Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder plotters met and conspired to blow up Parliament in the 17th century, here.

Murder Most Foul - Murders in the Peaceful English Village of Ightham
Great Days Out - Ightham in Kent is a great UK Day Trip. This peaceful and quaint English Village that conceals a history of dark secrets and a heart of darkness. It's an atmosphere that would make Miss Marple feel right at home or could be the setting for the Midsomer Murders or the Avengers.

How to Get to Ightham
Great Days Out - Ightham in Kent is a great UK Day Trip. This peaceful and quaint English Village that conceals a history of dark secrets and a heart of darkness. It's an atmosphere that would make Miss Marple feel right at home or could be the setting for the Midsomer Murders or the Avengers.

Magical Castles in Cornwall on a Surfing Break
How can you combine surfing with magical castles? Head for Cornwall of course, Surf's up and seafood's fabulous near the birthplace of King Arthur.

Best Days Out With Kids in Yorkshire
Share a fun day out with the kids in Yorkshire at these fun attractions.

Shakespeare's Globe Theatre -- 2015/16 Season
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre Welcomes the Bard to its winter season too. See what's on in 2015-2016

Plan a Visit to York Minster - Key Need to Know Facts
Plan a visit to York Minster, Northern Europe's largest Medieval cathedral, with these key facts and highlights at your fingertips.

Bathing in Bath as the Romans Did
The Romans revered Bath's ancient hot springs. Now, after you tour the Roman baths, you can enjoy them too - in the city's sparkling 21st century spa.

Salus Per Aqua - A Visit to Bath's Modern Thermae Bath Spa
What's it like to visit Bath's Thermae Bath Spa. Ferne Arfin describes a day at the modern spa.

Dog-Friendly Beaches in the UK and Dog Beach Etiquette
Beaches are great places for dogs who like to run, swim and play. These beautiful UK beaches, checked out by Wallace the Westie, are dog friendly pretty much year round.

AA Road Atlas Britain - The Most Popular and Comprehensive UK Road Guide
The AA Road Atlas Britain is the most complete, authoritative UK Road Atlas. It is a

Scotland's Winter Fire Rituals -The Burning of the Clavie in Burghead
Witness the Burning of the Clavie, a a bizarre and mysterious fire festival that celebrates

Unusual Scotland Vacation Rentals on a Royal Estate
Imagine telling friends Queen Elizabeth is your landlady. Rent a vacation cottage on Balmoral, her Scottish estate, and you can. How cool is that?

Best Discount Passes for UK Heritage Attractions
These top UK Discount Passes for UK heritage attractions keep your vacation or holiday budget under control. And they make great holiday gifts.

Tour Scotland with Flexible, Discount Explorer Pass - Visit Historic Scotland With Discount Touring Pass - Historic Scotland Explorer Pass
The Historic Scotland Explore Pass - a discount ticket for touring castles, prehistoric sites, gardens, abbeys and more across Scotland and islands.

Updated UK Royal Mail Postcode Finder Works in a Jiffy
Sending Christmas presents to friends and family in the UK? The Royal Mail postcode finder is a tool you need to know about.

The British Family Theater Tradition of the Holiday Panto
Panto or Pantomime is a British tradition of winter musical comedy for the whole family featuring the noisiest, rowdiest fairytales you've ever seen.

Armchair Ghost Hunters Turn to Live Ghost Cams
Where to find online, live uk ghost cams tuned to the most haunted places in the UK.

Vicar's Son to Monster - Witchfinder's Reign of Terror
Such pretty villages, such evil deeds. Follow the Witchfinder General's trail of East Anglian witch hunting and learn about his dastardly doings.

Might This Lovely Old House Be The Witchfinder's Childhood Home?
Much of Witchfinder General's story is conjecture, but you can visit the village of his birth and see how he may have spent his boyhood.

The Witchfinder General in Manningtree
The pretty coastal town of Manningtree is where Matthew Hopkins began his witchfinding career and where you might find some rather haunted spots.

The Witch Hunt Began at The Red Lion in Manningtree
The Witchfinder General lived right next door to the Red Lion pub in Manningtree. Some say, his ghost still haunts there.

What Are the Evil Secrets of This Peaceful Green?
Hard to believe that women accused of witchcraft were hanged on this pretty green in Manningtree, Essex.

The Haunted Walls and Hopping Bridge of Manningtree
A ghostly pond and a bridge where witches were

The Mistley Thorn - Delicious...But Haunted?
The Witchfinder General owned the Thorn Inn, Mistley. Today, the Mistley Thorn, a restaurant with rooms, sits on the spot. Delicious...but haunted?

The End of the Witchfinder General
Matthew Hopkins, the Witchfinder General, ended his days in an unmarked grave on Mistley Heath. Search and you can find it.

Halloween- Best Ghost Walks and Haunted Places to Visit in the UK
Find the best places in Britain to scare yourself silly this Halloween.

The Real Downton, Wilts - Where There's No Abbey
If Google Maps or your GPS device takes you to Downton in Wiltshire instead of Downton Abbey, don't despair. You'll still be in the middle of some of Britain's best attractions.

Tea Gifts - Holiday Gifts for Tea Drinkers
Gifts of English teas and teapots. A round up of holiday gifts for the tea lovers and tea drinkers on your list.

British Country Clothing Gifts For Men
British country clothes and traditional UK country style for holiday gifts

Travel Space Savers for Carry On Bags - Carry On Bag Space Savers
Five clever space savers for carry on bags help with airline regulations and new travel security.

Travel Comfort - 4 Travel Accessories for In Flight Travel Comfort
Try these four good ideas for improved travel comfort inflight

Lightweight, Packable Backpacks
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Great British Gifts for Women
Here are some of the top gifts for women from the UK - a selection of classic, high quality British gifts and gift ideas for her.

Great Gadget Gifts for Travelers Under $50
Top gadget gifts for travelers for less than $50

Top Dual Voltage Appliances for UK Travel
These Travel Appliances are dual voltage for use at home and abroad. Here are the Top 6 Dual voltage appliances for UK Travel

Travel Light to the UK - An Adaptor Plug is All You Need
Travel light. It may take just one plug to use your US travel electronics in the UK. Find out how.

The Concert Organ
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Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Glasgow Style
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The Glasgow Boys and the Scottish Colourists
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The Sad Story of the Unfortunate Sir Roger the Elephant
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The Giant Irish Deer
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The Turn of the Century Architecture of the Kelvingrove
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Salvador Dali's Christ of St John of the Cross
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Eight Must See Highlights of the Kelvingrove in Glasgow
Highlights of the Kelvingrove in Glasgow, an art gallery and museum with an irreverent streak and an excellent sense of fun.

Brown's Café - A Favorite in Oxford Covered Market
Brown's Café in Oxford's Covered Market is popular with visitors and locals alike for its old fashioned, homemade and cheap English food.

Plan a Visit to Longleat - One of the UK's Top Family Attractions
Plan a visit to Longleat, a top family attraction with an amazing Safari Park, a fabulous Elizabethan house and a colorful family of its own.

British Music Experience Moving to Liverpool
The British Music Experience at the O2 in London is a hi-tech, interactive experience about British Music for the last 60 years. Sing along, play along, dance along and see great music business memorabilia. A top attraction for music lovers.

"Miss Potter" Cottage Can Be Yours
Rent Beatrix Potter's Yew Tree Farm for a very special Lake District vacation and Peter Rabbit or Jemima Puddle-Duck might come calling.

How do I get to the South Downs Way in West Sussex from London
The South Downs Way can be a 100-mile hike or an easy day-trip from London. Bite off a short piece of the trail for a fine day out. Find out how.

Six Things to Do on a Rainy Day
Don't let bad weather turn your UK vacation into a washout. These six rainy day ideas will save the day.

UK International Airports - Birmingham Airport at a Glance
Birmingham Airport, the most child friendly airport in England, has flights to New York, Europe, the Middle East, the Indian Subcontinent and China.

Walking in the Clouds on St Kilda
Walking on St Kilda is like nowhere else on earth. In a silence broken only by the birds, experience a walk in the clouds.

A Voyage to St Kilda - One of Britain's Great Adventures
St Kilda is one of the most exotic destinations in Britain - so remote that getting there is a major voyage - with no guarantee of a safe landing.

London to Stoke-On-Trent by Train, Bus and Car
Find out how to get to Stoke-on-Trent from London and how to get the best deal for your tickets.

Galvin Brasserie de Luxe - Edinburgh French Dining
Read a review of the Galvin Brasserie de Luxe at Edinburgh's Waldorf Astoria -Caledonian Hotel. A little bit of Paris in Scotland.

Castell Henllys - Iron Age Village in the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park
Castell Henllys, 2,000-year-old Iron Age Settlement in the Pembrokeshire National Park, will fascinate older children and adults alike.

Food Shopping - Where to Buy Groceries and Takeaway Food in Edinburgh
Find out where to stock up your vacation rental or your picnic backpack with groceries and takeaway foods while at the Edinburgh Festival.

Botany Bay - Broadstairs Kent
Picture of Tai Chi practitioners on the beach at Broadstairs in Kent. Page 2.

A Rajah's Palace? No, Hever Castle in Kent
Hever Castle was Anne Boleyn's childhood home in Kent. In this picture, it looks like an Indian Maharajah's island castle.

A Continental Market? No The Goods Shed in Kent - A Continental Style Produce Market in Canterbury, Kent.
The Goods Shed in Canterbury Kent looks, feels and smells like a continental food market. But it is less than an hour from London by train. Page 3.

Four Casual Restaurants Favoured by Glaswegians
These four casual eateries, recommended by Glasgow locals, offer lighter options that are also lighter on your wallet.

Nira Caledonia Hotel Review - Quiet Luxury in Georgian Edinburgh
Read a no-holds barred review of the Nira Caledonia Hotel, an out of the way, luxury boutique hotel in Edinburgh

Eating in the UK - A Guide to Terms for the British Table
What ordinary people eat in the UK and how they eat it can cause confusion and amusement for visitors from North America. These tips will help.

Top 10 UK and Ireland Driving Tips
UK and Ireland Driving Directions and Tips - Find top tips for UK and Ireland visitors driving in the British Isles.

Cliveden House: Nancy Astor's Luxury Country Hotel
Cliveden House was scene of the ProfumoAffair -- a huge scandal of the 1960s.Once the haunt of celebs, today anyone can book glamourous a room.

3 Different Romantic Breaks in the UK
Plan a romantic getaway with a difference at once of Britain's more unusual or eccentric accommodations for lovers.

Althorp - Princess Diana Burial Site
Althorp is where Princess Diana spent much of her childhood and and island on the estate's lake is now her burial site.

Princess Diana's Shrine on the Round Oval at Althorp
Princess Diana's Shrine on the Round Oval at Althorp. Page 7.

Body Armor Worn by Diana, Princess of Wales
Body Armor Worn by Diana, Princess of Wales. Page 5.

Books of Condolences at Althorp - Princess Diana's Burial Site
Books of Condolences at Althorp - Princess Diana's Burial Site. Page 4.

Candle in the Wind
The manuscript of the song ''Candle in the Wind'' signed by Elton John and lyricist Bernie Taupin is displayed at the exhibition about the life and death of Diana, Princess of Wales, at Althorp. Page 3.

Flowers at Princess Diana's Shrine at Althorp
Flowers at Princess Diana's Shrine at Althorp. Page 6.

A Sketch of Princess Diana at 11 years of Age
A Sketch of Princess Diana at 11 years of Age. Page 2.

Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms - Afternoon Tea in York
Find the ultimate afternoon tea and sweet tooth heaven at Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms in York and across Yorkshire.

Visit the Roman Baths and Pump Room in Bath, England
Find out how the Romans - and the Georgians - socialized at Britain's only natural hot spring, in Bath Somerset - then plan a visit.

Top 5 Incredible London Breakfasts
Five top London breakfast picks for incredible, and different, ways to start the day. Find out why London is becoming the breakfast capital of Europe.

How to Get to Shetland - By Sea and Air
Getting to Shetland takes planning, patience and deep pockets - but it's well worth it. Use these travel directions to organize your journey.

Autumn in the United Kingdom
Autumn in the United Kingdom. Find out what's happening throughout the UK in September, October and November. What's on as the days get cooler and shorter in England, Scotland and Wales. Comedy Festivals, Music, Halloween and Guy Fawkes among UK Autumn festivals and events.

Camping in Snowdonia National Park
Find recommended campsites in Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, for caravans, touring cars, tent campers and cabins.

A Great Day Out at Leeds Castle
Leeds Castle, called the loveliest castle in England, is a rare thing - a fascinating place for grownups that's also a genuinely great family day out.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - Monsters in the Grotto
The huge carved head of a mythological monster with flaming eyes is part of the surprise that greets Leeds Castle visitors who brave the Maze. Page 14.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - The Culpepper Garden
The Culpepper Garden, a large but traditional English cottage garden at Leeds Castle. Page 12.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - The Maze
The Maze, with 2,400 yew trees, is just the right size to challenge the family without being too scary for the younger members of the family. Page 13.

900 Year Old Wine Cellar Still in Use.
Picture of Leeds Castle's 900-year-old wine cellar, still used for storing wine. Page 7.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - A Picnic Among the Rhododendrons
Pictures of Leeds Castle - Picnickers enjoy the shelter of blooming rhododendrons. Page 3.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - Henry VIII's Banqueting Hall
Henry VIII's Banqueting Hall was the scene of wild house parties in the 1920s and 30s. Page 9.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - Family Fun During School Holidays
Pictures of Leeds Castle - Pretend jousts and quests for kids are part of the Leeds Castle school vacation schedule. Page 4.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - Lady Baillie's Dining Room
The Dining room at Leeds Castle reflects the height of elegant Parisian taste,circa 1936. Page 11.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - The Barbican
Pictures of Leeds Castle - An ancient stone bridge crossing the moat to the Barbican. Page 5.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - The Castle Keep
Pictures of Leeds Castle - the Castle Keep covers the whole of an island in the middle of the castle moat. Page 6.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - The Fountain Courtyard
The elegant Fountain Courtyard in Leeds Castle Keep. Page 8.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - The Elegant Library
The Library, at Leeds Castle, was designed by a leading Parisian designer who later created rooms for Jaqueline Kennedy. Page 10.

Pictures of the Loveliest Castle in the World
Pictures of Leeds Castle. Aerial view of the loveliest castle in the world.

Pictures of the Woodland Gardens at Leeds Castle
Pictures of Leeds Castle. Irises in bloom in the woodland gardens. Page 2.

Pictures of Leeds Castle - A Great Family Attraction in Kent
Pictures of Leeds Castle wearing its history lightly. This lovely castle, home of six Plantagenet Queens, is a great place for a family day out.

An Eccentric Obsession - The Devon Gnome Reserve
The Gnome Reserve in North Devon is the eccentric home of about 2,000 garden gnomes and pixies - just one of England's eccentric attractions.

Five centuries of Dog Collars at Leeds Castle
The Dog Collar Museum at Leeds Castle in Kent displays five centuries of elaborate collars for the family pet. A truly eccentric collection.

The Forbidden Corner - England's Strangest Private Garden
The Forbidden Corder is one of England's strangest privately owned gardens, with grottos, tunnels, caves and weird woodland statues.

The Temple of Relief - Birmingham's Ornate Victorian Unrinal
The Temple of Relief if Birmingham's ornate Victorian public urinal and it's a listed historic monument.

Diggerland - Big Machines to Play With
At Diggerland, adults and kids can drive and operate, ride and play with diggers, backhoes and other big, yellow JCB earth moving equipment.

A la Ronde - Eccentrics Can Be Women Too
An unusual 16-sided house, built by two 18th century spinster cousins, is full of quirky artworks and eccentric collections.

At Nelson's Local Drink Nelson's Blood.
Find out why a favorite drink at Admiral Nelson's local pub is called Nelson's Blood

Dido's Dog House
Dido's Dog House in Kent is the only Grade I listed, protected dog kennel in the world.

Quick Facts About Wimbledon - The Grass Court Tennis Superbowl
During the Wimbledon championships Britain goes tennis mad. Find out what you need to know to join the Wimbledon fortnight fun.

Back to the Palace in the 1902 State Landau
Their Royal Highnesses Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge journey by carriage procession to Buckingham Palace following their marriage at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011 in London. Page 7.

The Royal Wedding Dress - Catherine Middleton in The Wedding Dress
Several views of Catherine Middleton, before the Royal Wedding, showing the beautiful wedding dress and train designed by Sarah Burton of alexander McQueen. Page 4.

Workman Carry Red Carpet into Westminster Abbey for the Royal Wedding
Workman carry red carpet into line the aisle of Westminster Abbey as tourists reach out to touch and photograph it. Page 4.

Kate Middleton's Parents, Carole and Michael Arrive at Westminster Abbey for Last Minute Wedding Preparation
Kate Middleton's Parents, Carole and Michael Arrive at Westminster Abbey for last minute prep looking stressed. Tourists tell them to relax and chill. Page 9.

Their Royal Highnesses Leave Westminister Abbey Following Their Wedding
TRH Prince William, Duke of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge smile following their marriage at Westminster Abbey on April 29, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images). Page 6.

The Royal Wedding Ceremony
Pictures of the Royal Wedding Ceremony inside Westminster Abbey. Prince William puts the ring on Catherine's finger while the Archbishop of Canterbury blesses the marriage. Page 5.

Bridesmaids and Pages at the Royal Wedding - Children at the Royal Wedding
Pictures of the bridesmaids, pages boys and maid of honor at the Royal Wedding. Little Eliza Lopes nearly steals the show. Page 2.

The Kiss on the Balcony
After the Royal Wedding, Prince William and Catherine share a crowd pleasing kiss on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. Page 9.

Street Parties After the Royal Wedding
Street parties in Richmond and Gloucestershire for the Royal Wedding. Page 10.

Fans of the Royal Wedding from All Over the World
Fans of the Royal Wedding, dressed in Union Jacks and sporting memorabilia arrived for the event from all over the world. Page 2.

Prince William Spotted on Brighton Pier
A cheeky photo prop on Brighton Pier features Prince William and Catherine Middleton. Page 8.

Deserted London Streets, Big Ben and a Military Rehearsal on the Eve of the Royal Wedding
Dawn, two days before the Royal Wedding, London stands deserted and only the hardiest wedding fans see the pomp of a military rehearsal

Lulworth Castle's Chapel of St. Mary Played an Important Role in American Catholic History Too
Lulworth Castle's Chapel of St. Mary Played an Important Role in American Catholic History Too

Getting Married at Lulworth Castle
Getting Married at Lulworth Castle

Castles in England - Lulworth Castle - One of the Romantic Castles in England with a Place in Catholic History
Castles in England. Lulworth Castle is a romantic castle in England, near Dorset's Jurassic Coast. It's historic Chapel of St.Mary has an important place in American and English Catholic history.

Lulworth Castle in Dorset - An Important Place in Anglo-Catholic History
The Chapel at Lulworth Castle is a historic, 18th century church -the first freestanding Catholic Church in England since the Reformation

Proteas from South Africa's Cape Floral Region - a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Display of Proteas from South Africa's Cape Floral Region at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2011. Page 6.

Peonies at Chelsea Flower Show 2011
Luscious colors of Claire Austin peonies in the Great Pavilion at the Chelsea Flower Show 2011. Page 5.

"Fantastic Thailand" Display at the Chelsea Flower Show 2011
Thai floral display,

Wallace Investigates the "Wildlife" at Ardanaiseig
Wallace Investigates the

High Society in The Paddocks Area at Royal Ascot, Berkshire
Socialites and horse owners mingle in the Paddocks Area at Royal Ascot, Berkshire. Page 2.

The Goodwood Festival of Speed
Petrol heads, speed demons and lovers of all things on wheels flock to the Goodwood Estate in June for the Festival of Speed.

Canterbury to Whitstable Cycle Tour - A Healthy Green Break
Looking for a healthy and delicious green break? Try a short cycle tour from Canterbury to Whitstable along the Crab & Winkle Way.

Canterbury to Whitstable Cycle Tour - A Healthy Green Break
Looking for a healthy and delicious green break? Try a short cycle tour from Canterbury to Whitstable along the Crab & Winkle Way.

Visiting the Brontë Parsonage Museum and Brontë Country
Essential facts for visiting the Brontė Parsonage Museum and Brontė Country, home of Charlotte and Emily Brontė, authors of Jane Eyre and Wuthering Heights

The Roots of Passion in the West Yorkshire Parsonage home of Charlotte and Emily Brontë
Two new movies of Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre are drawing visitors to the Bronte home, now a West Yorkshire Museum, where Charlotte and Emily Bronte lived their semi-reclusive lives

Things to Do at the Cary Arms
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A Romantic Luxury Getaway in Devon
Plan a luxury getaway or a romantic break at new de Savary family boutique the Cary Arms

A Room with a View at the Cary Arms
See a picture and description of rooms and views at the Cary Arms.

Treats for Everyone at the Cary Arms
For guest and pets, rooms at the Cary Arms are full of surprises and treats.

Dining at the Cary Arms
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The Menzies Welcombe Hotel and Spa - Luxury Country House Hotel Near Stratford-upon-Avon
The Menzies Welcombe Hotel and Spa is a luxury country house hotel and golf course just outside of Stratford-upon-Avon.

View a Luxury Suite at the Menzies Welcombe Hotel, Spa and Golf Club near Stratford-upon-Avon
A spacious luxury suite at the Menzies Welcombe Hotel, Spa and Golf Club, Stratford-upon-Avon with antique 4-poster bed.

Another Luxury Room at the Menzies Welcombe Hotel, Warwickshire, Decorated in Traditional Style
Rooms at the Menzies Welcombe Hotel in Warwickshire are decorated in traditional country house style.

Italianatate Gardens of the Menzies Welcombe Hotel in Early Spring
Early spring colour warms the Italianate, Formal Gardens of the Menzies Welcome Hotel in Warwickshire.

The Austen Ladies' Substantial Village House
Jane Austen lived in this large village house in Chawton, Hampshire, during the most productive period of her writing life. It is now a museum open to the public.

Jane Austen's Writing Table
The tiny walnut desk on which Jane Austen edited her proofs of Pride and Prejudice, and wrote Emma

The Austen Drawing Room in Chawton
The Austen Drawing Room in Chawton was where Jane Austen practiced piano and read her work to her family.

A Jane Austen Manuscript Letter and a First Edition
Several of Jane Austen's letters as well as personal objects and books are displayed at the Jane Austen House Museum.

Jane Austen's Needlework Skills
Jane Austen, like most gentlewomen of the period, was accomplished at various forms of needlework as these pictures of her embroideries and stitchery demonstrate.

The Wedgwood Dinner Service
Jane Austen accompanied her brother and niece to the Wedgwood showrooms in London to order custom made china which is displayed in the Jane Austen House Museum

Portrait of Mr Darcy as played by Colin Firth
In the Austen museum gift shop, pictures of Mr Darcy as played by Colin Firth are ever popular

Princess Dianas 1980s Fashion Icon
Zandra Rhodes dress worn by Princess Diana on an official visit to Japan

Royal Fashion
New Royal fashion show at Kensington Palace shows how the Queen, Princess Diana and Princess Margaret set and followed fashion trends.

Dresses for Official Visits
Youthful gray silk organza dress with embroidery and spangles worn by Queen Elizabeth II

Princess Margaret - Theatrical and Daring Dresser
Princess Margaret's fashions at Kensington Palace Exhibition include a daring halter-necked satin dress that was well ahead of its time.

Chelsea Celebrates 100 Years
Chelsea Flower Show 2013 Celebrated its 100th anniversary. Pictures of the show gardens with something to please everyone.

Tranquil Rooftop Garden at Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Royal Bank of Canada's Blue Water Roof Garden, a gold medal winner at Chelsea 2013, was the ultimate in tranquility.

Laurent Perrier Gold Medal Garden at Chelsea 2013
The Laurent Perrier Garden at Chelsea 2013 blended a French formal garden with English touches.

The Telegraph Garden at Chelsea 2013 - Simple and Restful
The gold-medal winning Telegraph Garden at Chelsea 2013 featured a while color scheme with touches of ruby and a lovely, modern water feature.

Windows Through Time - M&G Centenery Garden
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Homebase Garden With Apple Blossoms - a Chelsea First
Apples bloomed for the first time in the 100th anniversary of the Chelsea Flower Show.

Arthritis Research Garden - Chelsea Flower Show 2013
The Arthritis Research Garden at Chelsea 2013 featured an evocative sculpture and plants used in complementary medicine.

The Coutts SeeAbility Garden
Winning a Silver Gilt medal, the Coutts SeeAbility Garden was designed for the blind and partially sighted.

Paignton - A Family Seaside Resort
Paignton is a gentle, family seaside resort with some of the best beaches on Torbay.

Brixham Heritage Fleet and Seafood
The picturesque Devon fishing village of Brixham has an active fishing fleet of trawlers as well as a heritage fleet of sailing vessels. Brixham, home of an annual Pirate festival, is one of the most photographed towns in England's southwest.

From A Genteel Resort to a Salty Fishing Port
An introduction to the English Riviera, from the genteel hotels of Torquay to the raffish seafaring charm of Brixham

Torquay Attractions
Agatha Christie fans love Torquay but it also has several good attractions for families.

Where to Find Dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight
Natural erosion continually reveals new dinosaur discoveries on the island's Jurassic Coast.

Walking With Dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight
London's Natural History Museum names the Isle of Wight the Dinosaur Capital of Britain. Find the Dinosaur hotspots around the UK.

Historic Dartmouth in South Devon
The beautiful English river port of Dartmouth, on the Dart Estuary, is home to the Royal Britannia Naval College and a wonderful stopover on a tour of South Devon.

Dartmouth England - Things to Do and Places to Eat
A short break in Dartmouth can include boat trips, castle visits, very good dining out and a visit to the place where Princess Elizabeth, now the Queen, met Prince Philip.

Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales
A short itinerary in the Wharfedale region of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, can be a weekend visit or an add on to a longer Yorkshire itinerary.

Ripley Castle in Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales
Ripley Castle, an ancient family home in the Wharfedale region of the Yorkshire Dales

Grassington Village in the Yorkshire Dales - part of a North Yorkshire Itinerary
The popular village of Grassington in the Yorkshire Dales is part of a North Yorkshire Itinerary

Skipton Castle
Skipton Castle in Wharfedale, the Yorkshire Dales, is part of a Yorkshire itinerary

What's On at the National Theatre
The National Theatre is a multi-arts venue with lots more than theatre going on all the time.

More Things to Do on London's South Bank - The South Bank Cultural District in London
More things to see and do on London's South Bank

The National Theatre in London - The National Theatre is a Must For Theatre Loving London Visitors
Find out all about the National Theatre, an essential stop for theatre loving London visitors. See pictures of the National Theatre, find out what the National Theatre is all about with links for tickets, current productions and activities.

The Italian Chapel of Orkney - A Work of Art From Scrap, Salvage and Devotion
The Italian Chapel of Orkney, built by Italian POWs during World War II, was decorated with house paint, scrap materials and salvage from shipwrecks.

Painting and restoring the Italian Chapel
See the paintings of Domenico Chiocchetti in the Italian Chapel of Orkney. The paintings were restored in 1960 and are maintained today as a symbol of peace and friendship.

Aquarium at feng shui'd desk in the lobby of my Hotel Brighton
Aquarium at feng shui'd desk in the lobby of my Hotel Brighton. Page 5.

Blue Glass Doors of my hotel in Brighton
Blue Glass Doors of my hotel in Brighton. Page 2.

Abbotsbury Swannery - Unique Colony of Mute Swans
The Abbotsbury Swannery is the world's only managed colony of nesting mute swans in the world. The 600-year-old swan colony is not only unique, it is great family fun in Dorset

Why Swans Return to Abbotsbury Year After Year
What keeps the swans returning to Abbotsbury to nest? Find out how nature and man conspire to preserve the unique and historic swannery at Abbotsbury

History of the Swannery of Abbotsbury
Abbotsbury Swannery - How did it all begin

The Abbotsbury Swanherd
The Abbotsbury Swan herd, an ancient job managing the swans at Abbotsbury Swannery

Baby Swans- Cygnets - of Abbotsbury Swannery
Cygnets at Abbotsbury. United Kingdom Travel.

Folk and Jazz Festivals
A listing of my favorite folk and jazz festivals in the United Kingdom

The Spirit of Chartwell
The Royal Barge Spirit of Chartwell, in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant. Page 10.

Row Boats of the Thames Jubilee Pageant
Row Boats of every sort converge on the Thames for the Jubilee Pageant. Page 8.

Queen Elizabeth II, Camilla and Kate
Queen Elizabeth II and the Royal Party on the Royal Barge Spirit of Chartwell during the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant. Page 11.

Commonwealth Boats
Commonwealth Boats. United Kingdom Travel. Page 9.

CCF Cadet Girls at the Diamond Jubilee
CCF Cadet girls selling programs at the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant

Big Screen at Diamond Jubilee
One of the 24 giant video screens arranged along the Diamond Jubilee Route. Page 5.

British Royal Princes
Four Royal Princes aboard the Spirit of Chartwell in the Thames Diamond Jubilee Pageant honoring Queen Elizabeth II. Page 12.

Street Party Rain or Shine
Picture of a Victorian - uniformed waitress in a rain poncho at one of the Diamond Jubilee Street Parties. Page 15.

The Belfry Barge
Belfry Barge carried bells heralding the start of the Thames Jubilee Pageant. Page 6.

English Stately Home Burton Agnes Hall in East Yorkshire
Springtime view of Burton Agnes Hall through daffodils in the Elizabethan walled garden. Page 3.

Great Hall at Burton Agnes Hall
Elaborate carved screen and alabaster chimney piece in the Great Hall at Burton Agnes Hall. Page 4.

Gatehouse and Yew Topiary at Burton Agnes Hall
Gatehouse and Yew Topiary at Burton Agnes Hall. Page 12.

Norman Manor Undercroft, Burton Agnes Hall
Norman Manor Undercroft, Burton Agnes Hall. Page 13.

Approach to Burton Agnes Hall
Approach to Burton Agnes Hall. United Kingdom Travel. Page 2.

Spring in the Prize Winning Garden at Burton Agnes
Spring in the Prize Winning Garden at Burton Agnes. Page 19.

Carved Alabaster Chimneypiece at Burton Agnes Hall
Carved Alabaster Chimneypiece at Burton Agnes Hall. Page 6.

Giant Chimes in Burton Agnes Woodland Garden
Giant Chimes in Burton Agnes Woodland Garden. Page 17.

Plaster Ceiling of the Queen's Bedroom at Burton Agnes Hall
Plaster Ceiling of the Queen's Bedroom at Burton Agnes Hall. Page 8.

Arriving in Canterbury Near the Norman Castle
Arriving in Canterbury Near the Norman Castle. Page 5.

Tour de France Cyclists Cross the Path of the Kent and East Sussex Railway
Tour de France Cyclists Cross the Path of the Kent and East Sussex Railway. Page 4.

Le Tour de France 2007 - Peloton Passes an Oast House in Kent
The Tour de France 2007, Le Grand Depart through the UK. The Peloton - or group of cyclists - passes a converted Oast House in Kent,

Tour de France 2007 - Racing Through Kent on the Way to Canterbury
Tour de France 2007 - Racing Through Kent on the Way to Canterbury. Page 3.

Tour de France 2007 - Passing Rochester Castle in Kent
Tour de France 2007 - Passing Rochester Castle in Kent. Page 2.

Blists Hill High Street
The High Street of Blists Hill, decked out for the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.

Blists Hill Bank
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Dental Surgery at Blists Hill
The dental surgery in the back of the drug store at Blists Hill. Page 6.

Victorian Sweets at Blists Hill
A display of Victorian candies at the Blists Hill Sweet Shop includes some surprises. Page 11.

Pictures of Burton Agnes Hall - One of England's Great Elizabethan Manor Houses
Pictures of Burton Agnes Hall, an Elizabethan Stately Manor House considered to be one of England's Finest.

Rock and Pop Festivals
A rundown of UK music festivals that emphasise rock and pop music

Racegoers en route to Royal Ascot by Train
Pictures of fashionable racegoers heading for Ladies Day at Royal Ascot 2011 from Waterloo Station. Page 2.

Jamie Spencer rides Fame And Glory to win The Gold Cup at Royal Ascot 2011
Jamie Spencer riding Fame And Glory wins The Gold Cup during Ladies Day on day three of Royal Ascot 2011. Page 7.

HM Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh at Royal Ascot 2011
Queen Elizabeth ll and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh arrive in an open carriage on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot on June 16, 2011 Page 6.

Witty Hats
Four witty hats at Royal Ascot 2011 demonstrate their wearer's sense of fun. Page 5.

Chelsea Flower Show 2011- The B&Q Garden - A Vertical Urban Garden
Pictures of the B&Q Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show 2011. The garden showed that anyone can grow food anywhere.

The Times Eureka Garden
The Times Eureka Garden, in partnership with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, celebrates plants in science. Page 5.

RNIB Garden at Chelsea Flower Show 2011
The RNIB Garden at the Chelsea Flower Show 2011 was full of delightful scents and plenty of plants to attract birdsong and insects. Page 3.

Over the Top Hat and Dress
Woman in a ridiculous huge hat at Royal Ascot 2011, and a too short skirt lengthened with a birdcage. Page 10.

The Middletons at Royal Ascot 2011
Carole and Michael Middleton Arrive at Royal Ascot on Ladies Day 2011. Page 9.

Pretty Hats at Royal Ascot Ladies Day 2011
Three of the prettier hats on Ladies Day at Royal Ascot 2011. Page 4.

Alone With the Birds on the Edge of Britain
The Romans called Foula ultima thule. It's the edge of Britain and one of the best places for spotting seabirds in the world.

Stay Among the Seabirds at a Restored Shetland Lighthouse.
Stay in a lighthouse to watch seabirds in Shetland and see live webcams of the teeming birdlife on the Shetland sea cliffs.

Wildlife Spotting On the Shetlands - Scotland's Most Remote Islands
With so much wildlife and so few people, Shetland, off the coast of Scotland, is a nature lovers' paradise. Bring your camera and prepare to be wowed.

Visiting the UK's Otter Capital
Sea otters, dolphins, porpoises, even whales - Marine wildlife gorges on nutrients where the Gulf Stream meets the North Sea off Shetland.

WWI on the Home Front
An extraordinary WWI volunteer project is the focus of a moving exhibition at Preston Station about the Sailors' and Soldiers' Free Buffet.

A Baby Carriage is Transport Isn't It?
Picture of a Churchchill Pram at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 16.

The Riverside - A Striking Addition to Glasgow's Waterfront
Picture of the waterside facade of Glasgow's Riverside Museum, with the Tall Ship Glenlee.

A Tall Ship Comes Home
Picture of the Tall Ship Glenlee outside the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 4.

Blending into the Landscape
Picture of the exterior of the Riverside Museum in Glasgow, showing the reflecttive windows. Page 3.

Customized transport
Pictures of decorated, customized vehicles at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 18.

Escape from St Kilda
Jollyboat of the SS Dunara, used to link St Kilda to the mainland, at the Riverside Museum in Scotland. Page 15.

Horse-drawn Streetcar at Riverside Museum
Picture of a horse-drawn streetcar at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. It's one of several street scenes that put vehicles in context. Page 13.

Inside a Vintage Glasgow Streetcar
Picture of an early Glasgow Streetcar interior with leather seats. Page 14.

Stanley Steamer
Picture of a Stanley Steamer at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 7.

The First Hillman Imp
Picture of the first Hillman Imp at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 8.

The First Pedal Bicycle?
Picture of the world's oldest pedal bicyclie. Page 9.

The Raleigh Chopper
Picture of a Raleigh Chopper at the Riverside Museum. Page 10.

The Wall of Cars
Picture of the Wall of Cars, one of the outstanding displays at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 5.

Touch Screen Information
Picture of an interactive touch screen at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Page 6.

Transportation for the Feet
Elton Johns shoes at the Riverside Museum. Page 17.

Victorian Hearse
Picture of a horse-drawn Victorian hearse at the Riverside Museum in Glasgow. Hearses like this are still in use at East End funerals in London. Page 12.

Vintage Glasgow Streetcar
Picture of a vintage Glasgow streetcar. The Riverside's collection of streetcars spans more than 100 years. Page 11.

Picture of Zinc Panels covering the Riverside Museum
Picture of the sweeping roof of the Riverside museum with some of its 24,000 zinc panels. Page 2.

Pictures of Glasgow's Riverside Museum
See pictures of Glasgow's Riverside Museum to get an idea of what's in store at this sensational museum of transport and travel.

An Edinburgh Coffee Shop That's Cheese Sandwich Heaven
21st century rustic setting, really good coffee and the best cheese and bacon sarnie ever. What more could you ask of an Edinburgh coffee shop?

A Menu Short, Simple and Perfectly Formed
What can I say about Cairngorm Coffee Company in Edinburgh except OMG - what a great cheese and bacon sandwich!

New Bempton Cliffs Center Welcomes Thousands of Birds
More than a quarter of a million seabirds nest on Bempton Cliffs and a new RSPB visitors' center makes them even easier to see and enjoy.

How to Visit RSPB Bempton Cliffs
RSPB Bempton Cliffs - essential visitor information and travel directions.

Things to Do in 2015
RSPB Bempton Cliffs has a full schedule of walks, talks, classes and events in 2015. Find out what's going on and plan your visit.

Abermydyr - Stay in a Sweet, Yellow Artist's Cottage - A Vacation Rental in South Wales
Stay in an artists cottage in South Wales, Abermydyr, in Ciliau Aeron near Aberaeron is a vacation rental, self-catering accommodation managed by The National Trust.

Unusual Vacation Rentals in Castles and Stately Homes
Read about unusual vacation rentals in the United Kingdom. Find out how to stay in a castle, a romantic gatehouse or the turret of a Tudor mansion for less than the cost of a hotel. Find out where to find a vacation rental through the National Trust or English Heritage.

1066 and all that - Rent a Cottage Beside the Battlefield of William the Conqueror
Stay in a vacation rental cottage overlooking the site of The Battle of Hastings, where William the Conqueror began the Norman invasion of Britain. Stay at Battle Abbey beside the field of the Battle of Hastings in 1066

Stay in Charlecote Park - Rent a Vacation Apartment in the Turret of a Tudor Manor in Shakespeare's Backyard
Stay in Shakespeare's Backyard. Rent an apartment in a turret in Charlecote Hall, a Tudor manor in Stratford. Shakespeare poached game here in his youth.

Stay in Pendennis Castle in Cornwall - Vacation Rental Cottage on the Grounds of a Cornish Castle
Find a vacation rental in a castle in Cornwall. Stay in Pendennis Castle on the Cornish Coast. English Heritage, self-catering cottage on the battlements of Pendennis Castle

English Heritage Vacation Rentals - Stay in the Victorian Gate House at Audley End
English Heritage Vacation Rental is a Victorian Gate House in Essex, perfect for a short break from London or a longer family vacation

Stay in 300-Year-Old Hanbury Hall - Vacation Rental Apartment in a National Trust Stately Home
Stay in a vacation rental apartment in Hanbury Hall, a 300-year-old, red brick, William and Mary estate

Green Sawfish in The Deep
Australian Sawfish in The Deep. United Kingdom Travel. Page 5.

Colorful tropical fish at The Deep
Colorful tropical fish at The Deep. Page 4.

Jellyfish make gorgeous "fractals"
Jellyfish make gorgeous

Underwater viewing tunnel at The Deep
Underwater viewing tunnel at The Deep. Page 12.

5 Things No One Warns You About Edinburgh and Glasgow -
Scotland's top cities are loads of fun but tough on your feet, your hairdo and your style. Here's how to be prepared.

Traditional UK Markets - The Ethical Travel Choice
Shopping at traditional UK village and town markets makes a real, sustainable impact on places you visit. And it's fun besides.

Perthshire Adventure Travel
For a Scottish Highlands adventure don't overlook the Perthshire Highlands - full of outdoor fun and close to Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Quad Biking in the Hills of Highland Perthshire
Quad biking in the hills of Highland Perthshire, in Scotland, is scarier than you might think.

Scotland's 3 National Galleries in Edinburgh
Find out what's in Edinburgh three great free museums - the National Galleries of Scotland - and how to visit them.

Scotland's on the Menu at 3 Glasgow Favorites
Scottish grass-fed trencherman steaks and brilliant Scottish fish and shellfish,are all dished up New York style dash in Glasgow's newest restaurants.

The Best Winter Fire Festivals in Scotland
Scotland celebrates January with Fire. Here's where to find the best winter fire festivals in the country.

Things to Do
Find things to do in the Highlands and Islands, the Lowlands and all over Scotland.

Views from The Castle of the Rock in Cheshire
Beeston Castle, dating from the 13th century, is known for its views across 8 counties and is called The Castle of the Rock.

Goodrich Castle above River Wye Valley
Goodrich Castle, a medieval keep above the River Wye, has dramatic valley views and the best preserved domestic buildings of any English Castle.

Framlingham Castle - Mary Tudor's Refuge
Framlingham Castle is where Mary Tudor marshalled her troops to oust Lady Jane Grey. You can enjoy her view from the Castle ramparts.

Osborne House - Queen Victoria's Favorite View
Enjoy the Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's favorite views from easy -to-visit Osborne House, their private family home on the Isle of Wight.

English Heritage Reveals Historic Points of View
Queen Elizabeth I's view from Kenilworth Castle was hidden for 350 years. Now it's one of 5 great historic views from high places to explore.

A View Created for a Queen
Kenilworth Castle was a wooing gift for a Queen and, from 2014 for the first time in 350 years, visitors can enjoy her regal view.

Magna Carta Landmarks Around England
Find more Magna Carta Landmarks in the Midlands, the Heart of England and the North

Magna Carta History All Over England
There are traces of the Magna Carta story all over England. In its 800th year, put some Magna Carta history into your tour.

May Day - In the UK The Lusty Month of May Kicks Off With Festivals and Pagan Traditions
May Day in the UK marks the start of the sexiest month of the year. All over the country, particularly in England, locals and visitors let their hair down for traditional festivities often based on ancient mating dances and fertility rites.

The Weymouth Beach Kite Festival
Read about the UK's biggest Kite Festival, attracting 40,000 kite flyers and kite makers from all over Europe, the UK and USA.

England Weather Averages Fahrenheit
England Weather Averages Fahrenheit. Page 2.

England Weather Averages Celsius
England Weather Averages Celsius

Scotland Weather Averages Celsius
Scotland Weather Averages Celsius. Page 3.

Scotland Weather Averages Fahrenheit
Scotland Weather Averages Fahrenheit. Page 4.

Wales Weather Averages Celsius
Wales Weather Averages Celsius. United Kingdom Travel. Page 5.

Wales Weather Averages Fahrenheit
Wales Weather Averages Fahrenheit. Page 6.

UK Rainfall Averages by City in Millimeters and Inches
UK Rainfall Averages by City in Millimeters and Inches, including the wettest and driest months. Page 7.

Things to Do at Runnymede - Birthplace of the Magna Carta
As the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta is celebrated all over the UK, find out about things to do at Runnymede, where it all began.

Doors to Hogwarts
Doors to Hogwarts. United Kingdom Travel.

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 7.

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 16.

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 13.

The Yule Ball
Picture of Yule Ball Refreshments from

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 22.

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 9.

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
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Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 10.

Pictures of Warner Brothers Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter
Pictures of the new Harry Potter attraction near London, The Warner Brothers Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. Page 20.

Frankel Wins the St. James's Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot
ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Frankel ridden by Tom Queally wins The St James's Palace Stakes during day one of Royal Ascot at Ascot racecourse on June 14, 2011 in Ascot, England. Page 5.

How Do Those Ascot Hats Stay On?
One puff of wind could ruin the ladies wearing these precarious hats at Royal Ascot. Page 11.

Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall Arrive at Royal Ascot 2011
ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall and Prince Charles, Prince of Wales arrive for the opening day of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 14, 2011 in Ascot, United Kingdom. Page 10.

Gary Lineker With Lovely Ladies at Royal Ascot
Danielle Bux and Gary Lineker watch horses cross the finish line on the opening day of Royal Ascot at Ascot Racecourse on June 14, 2011 in Ascot, United Kingdom. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images). Page 3.

Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie at Royal Ascot 2011
ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Princess Beatrice (L) and Princess Eugenie arrive for the first day at Royal Ascot on June 14, 2011 in Ascot, England. The five-day meeting is one of the highlights of the horse racing calendar, with 2011 marking the 300th anniversary of the annual event. Horse racing has been held at the famous Berkshire course since 1711. Page 9.

Japanese Racegoers in Native Dress at Royal Ascot
Three Japanese racegoers arrive in traditional Japanese dress for the first day of Royal Ascot The five-day meeting is one of the highlights of the horse racing calendar, with 2011 marking the 300th anniversary of the annual event. Horse racing has been held at the famous Berkshire course since 1711. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images). Page 2.

Mrs. Claridge's Royal Ascot Hat
Mrs. Edward Claridge, a perennial favorite at Royal Ascot, in her opening day selection, a tower of grass and daisies. Page 8.

Lovely Hat at Royal Ascot
Pretty hat on opening day at Royal Ascot in 2011. The hat is purple net with bright pink and orange flowers and a butterly or two.

Royal Ascot Trainer in Top Hat
ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Sir Henry Cecil chats with jockey Tom Queally during day one of Royal Ascot at Ascot racecourse on June 14, 2011 in Ascot, England. Page 4.

Winning the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot 2011
ASCOT, ENGLAND - JUNE 14: Richard Hughes riding Canford Cliffs win The Queen Anne Stakes from during day one of Royal Ascot at Ascot racecourse on June 14, 2011 in Ascot, England. Page 6.

The Queen and Prince Philip Arrive at Royal Ascot Opening Day
Queen Elizabeth ll and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh arrive in an open carriage at Royal Ascot. The Queen wore pale green. Page 7.

Opening Day of Royal Ascot 2011
Royals and lots of hats - both gorgeous and silly - at opening day of Royal Ascot 2011.

Ridiculous Hats at Royal Ascot
Three of the silliest hats at Day One of Royal Ascot in 2011, included a towering wedding cake of a hat that would put Marie Antoinette in the shade. Page 12.

Castle Square from Bailgate
Lincoln's Castle Square as seen from the Bailgate. Page 3.

Inside Lincoln Castle
The Quadrangle inside Lincoln Castle. Lincoln Cathedral is visible from just inside. Page 9.

Lincoln Cathedral West Front
The West Front of Lincoln Cathedral incorporates the original Norman Cathedral, visible in the simple arches. Page 5.

The High Altar and Angel Choir
Picture of the High Altar and the Angel Choir of Lincoln Cathedral. Page 7.

Gothic Architectural Features at Lincoln Cathedral
Choir Screen at Lincoln Cathedral. Page 8.

Looking Down Steep Hill in Lincoln
Looking Down Steep Hill in Lincoln. Page 10.

Vaulted Ceiling of Lincoln Cathedral
Vaulted Ceiling of Lincoln Cathedral. Page 6.

Lincoln's Cathedral Quarter
Lincoln Cathedral from the Cathedral Quarter. Page 4.

Shops on Lincoln's Steep Hill
Independent shops and boutiques line Lincoln's Steep Hill. Page 11.

Looking Up Steep Hill in Lincoln
Looking Up Steep Hill in Lincoln. Page 2.

Newport Gate, Lincoln
Picture of the Newport Gate, the north gate into Lincoln, England, said to be a 3rd century Roman arch.

View of Lincoln Cathedral
View of Lincoln Cathedral. United Kingdom Travel. Page 12.

Medieval Carvings in York
Medieval Carvings on buildings in Yorks Stonegate and Petergate include a figure of Minerva, a ships figurehead and a Red Devil, representing a print shop. Page 5.

York City Walls
York City Walls, blue sky and daffodils

Clifford's Tower in York
Clifford's Tower, a Medieval Tower in York. Page 22.