The following is a guest post. I do love a good cave, even though I’m no caver – I don’t own any climbing equipment, and I’m not about to take off down any unexplored passageways!
Oxford, first settled by Saxons, and now populated with students, tourists, and harried residents, is one of my favorite towns in Britain – and is a different town, I think, for each person who visits.
Welcome to our first series of Brit Picks, wherein the Film Fatales list and discuss our favorite cinematic British luminaries.
For a castle that awes in terms of size, few can compare to Caerphilly Castle near Cardiff in Wales. It is the largest castle in Wales, covering nearly 30 acres of land, and it is the second largest in the whole of Britain and Ireland.
In celebration of Pi day (March 14, or 3.14), here is a quick guide to some of Britain’s favourite kinds of pies.
I arrived first at the bus stop and stood in the place I deemed logical to start the queue for the bus. Others arrived. They stood in random places: a businessman set down his briefcase and busied himself with a newspaper; an early shopper placed her bags on the ground and played with her telephone; […]
The following is a guest post. Famously described by Bill Bryson as a ‘Gothic rocket’, the Scott Monument towers above Princes Street in Edinburgh. Would you be brave enough to climb it?
Let’s face it, these days you can get most foods wherever you are in the world. But there are a few foods I’ve tried in America, which taste totally different from their English counterparts.
Whitby, the picturesque fishing town perfectly positioned on Yorkshire’s Eastern coast and dissected by the River Esk, has to be one of the most beautiful spots in all of England.