Burford retains some of it’s old charm

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Tweet   Burford nestled in the picturesque Cotswold Hills in Oxfordshire, is one of the few towns in England where just off the main street, you find yourself among old Cotswold cottages, built from local stone, giving it a charming …

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Tewksbury the medieval Saxon town

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Tweet Tewkesbury is one of many charming English towns, with medieval antiquities, lots of half-timbered Tudor cottages that survived from medieval times, closely pressed against each other as if they do not want to give up their positions to modern …

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Blackpool, The town brought to life with Edison’s invention

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Tweet   Blackpool in the northwest of England is a must visit place at anytime but especially in September/October, when one of the best light shows in the world takes place named the Illumination Festival. It sparkles and shimmers with …

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The city of Wells

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Tweet All small towns are very similar to each other, but some of them are remembered for something special. The city of Wells in the county of Somerset has the status of “city” even though it only has a population …

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Glastonbury, the gate to Avalon

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Tweet The town of Glastonbury in the county of Somerset is synonymous with many legends! The funny atmosphere of magic and sorcery is felt everywhere when you walk along the old streets, where a lot of unusual shop windows display …

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