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What’s on in Bath July 2010

Posted by on June 30, 2010
In a city like Bath there is always something on. From music to literature and entertainment to art events, Bath is a city that has a wealth of culture and activity for all those people that enjoy a Bath Weekend Break. In July there’s a unique experience to see Romans Bath by torch light, get to walk on 2000 year old pavements and experience...
The Wey and Arun Canal runs through some of the most rural and beautiful areas of Sussex, and joins up the two rivers of the Wey and the Arun, giving a direct path from the Wey, which can be easily accessed from London, to the sea. Unfortunately, for all that this canal offers, and despite it running through the lovely countryside of Sussex, the canal...

A tour of Bath

Posted by on June 26, 2010
If you have been thinking about having a Holiday in Bath then this film may just help you make your decision. It features Bath’s beautiful architecture and shows some snapshots of this beautiful city. Many people choose to stay in a Peaceful Bath Bed and Breakfast, from there they get to leisurely see the sights of the city and venture out to the...

What You Might Not Know About Bath

Posted by on June 25, 2010
When we think of Bath, the city that is, not the tub, we all immediately think about the Roman Baths, have a picture of the beautiful Georgian buildings in our minds and consider the culture and arts the place has to offer. Well, let me tell you a few things you didn’t know about this City, so next time you Holiday in Bath you’ll know. Bath...
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After the Roman Conquest of Britain, Sussex became an important area, partly due to the wealth of iron ore that could be found there. There was also a ready supply of people willing to help the Romans, believing that it would be in their best interests. These people were often granted Roman citizenship, which meant that they could expect a much better...
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There are a number of great ways to explore the beautiful Pembrokeshire countryside with one of the most exciting being on horse back. Fear not if you have absolutely no experience of riding previously, as experienced stables will find a noble steed to suite everyone. The countryside in Pembrokeshire is teeming with bridleways, old dovers trails...
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North Devon Festival

Posted by on June 23, 2010
The North Devon Festival is in full swing and proving to be just as exciting as the previous eleven incarnations. The Festival is known for its entertainment and activities that are open to North Devon residents and tourists alike, from ones staying in Campsites in North Devon to those travelling down for the day. The month long festival help locals...
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Hadrian’s Wall: Why So Small?

Posted by on June 22, 2010
Plenty of people, when confronted with Hadrian’s Wall, begin to question its size. “What possible good could this wall do?” they ask, “How is this supposed to keep anybody out?” These people should take a trip to self catering Scotland and stay in one of the holiday cottages in Scotland and then visit one of the visitor...
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If you’re interested in views, then you could do worse than paying a trip to some Cornwall cottages and visiting one of the hills or cliffs. Since the Victorian period there have been lots of holiday makers going to Cornwall and climbing up high things. The hills are already a great place to visit as the top of them can contain caves and old...
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Over the past 10 months North Devon has been celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its coastline being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors to the area and locals alike will be well aware the reasons this area has been given the title. Its stunning coastline, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, quaint villages and ancient rural farmland are some...
Filed in: Nature