published January 3rd, 2016

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It is worth going to Bath because of the thermal springs (the only ones on the island), sugary buns and long ceaseless buildings.

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Margate seafront

published January 3rd, 2016

Margate Seafront

Margate is a typical resort with art spirit and amazing white cliffs with sandy seafront

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published August 13th, 2014

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Hastings – typical seaside town with one irrefutable advantage… a park with bunnies.

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published April 28th, 2014

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Edinburgh is the Scotland capital and the most windy city in the UK.

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What is the best way to travel in London?

published April 25th, 2014

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Small table about different types of transport in London with their pros and cons

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published April 25th, 2014

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Stratford-upon-Avon – Shakespeare’s motherland. He literally was born, became adult and died there. In 2014 city celebrates his 450th birthday.

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Leeds Castle

published April 12th, 2014

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Leeds Castle in Kent (first mention in 857 AD) will be interesting for people who love historic buildings and Royal family stories. For example, future queen Elizabeth I spent some time prisoned there. Also a huge park with peacocks and other birds stretches nearby.

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Milton Keynes

published April 4th, 2014

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Milton Keynes is a good example of the “new city”. It was conducted only in 1967 during the 3rd rebuilding wave. There is no “old town” centre, city is divided into the squares with particular purpose for each: business, shopping, leisure. No traffic lights, only round crossroads. All parking machines work using the sun batteries. Also they have the longest shopping centre in the world. Is it interesting for you to take a look at the city of the new era?

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published March 7th, 2014

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Birmingham is the most populous British city outside London, but it is surprisingly “usual”. Major companies, universities and institutions are located here, maybe it is comfortable for living, but for tourist it is a city for one day visit.

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published February 20th, 2014

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Lavenham – medieval village with fairy houses. Harry Potter “was born” in one of them. In 15th-16th centuries Lavenham was one of the richest cities in Britain because of the wool trade.

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