I’m no expert on the best UK gardens. I love to visit them, but I really don’t have the
So many choices, so many things to see and do . . .
Discover the history of Western Culture and in particular the history of the English speaking world.
Britain is its birthplace.
London is a wonderful city, probably the world’s greatest, but if you want to experience the true essence of British culture you need to get out into the countryside.
Visit castles and cathedrals, grand houses and quaint cottages, museums, mysterious sites whose origins and meanings are lost in the mists of time, and villages that look as though they are stuck in the warps of time.
You can see some of the world’s great art, enjoy some of the world’s finest theatre productions, boogie to the wee small hours at the clubs and pubs, be tempted by culinary treats from a delicatessen of regional and international cuisines. Then, of course, there’s the famous beers, the ciders and even local wines to go with all that food, glorious food.