The beautiful countryside of England’s Lake District is home to author Beatrix Potter as well as Peter Rabbit and all his friends whom she immortalized in tiny 3″ by 5″ books. They are still alive and well today throughout the entire neighborhood.
England’s Lake District combines something-for-everyone appeal. Its picture-perfect scenery, quaint villages and activities galore have attracted a Who’s Who of world-famous writers who were inspired by its many allures.
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Indulge in British tea tradition at spectacular Palm Court, where guest sip Earl Grey and nibble Napoleons.
Some say that the Tower of London is the most haunted place in England.
Pub-hopping is a great way to get to know a community — through their tastebuds.
Once a destination for royalty, Bath’s mineral springs continue to draw visitors to the England of old, romantic novels.
Step back in time to a town etched with history, home to one of the greatest literary families in the world.
This small town offers a treasure trove of English heritage.
A tour of England’s Westminster Abbey offers an intriguing glimpse into one of the locales featured in the worldwide bestseller The Da Vinci Code.
At the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, England, a line set in stainless steel divides the eastern and western hemispheres.