Manchester is a bustling city known for its lively sporting culture. It is for this same reason why the city is a common spot for travel. Thousands of people, locals and foreigners alike fill the city each year all for the sake of experiencing the thrills of football matches and other sporting events.
Located at the heart of Lake District National Park, Lake Windermere is England’s largest expanse of freshwater.
Burton on Trent in staffordshire is located on the beautiful River Trent which winds its way through the town. Internationally known for brewing Burtons heritage has been based around Michael Bass who was the lord of Burton in the 19th century and blessed the town with many great buildings.
A placid air had swept through town and once again the bay was a picture of calm. Children played upon the shore as the gentle waves lapped about the beach. Gulls swooped overhead, their merry chatter a sure sign that spring was in the air and warmer times here for all.
Aside from it’s beautiful, rugged coastline and red cliffs Devon is home to some very impressive Castles:
Just a few miles inwards from the South Devon Coast is the ancient Dartmoor National Park. It covers an area of 368 square miles and offers visitors a mix of superb scenery and legendary history. Dartmoor also has one of the most prominent moors to be found anywhere in Britain.
The centre of the city is famous as one of Britain’s largest and most interesting regional shopping centres, but outside the city centre also has a lot to offer. You can find anything from clothes shops to butcher shops or from grocers to bookshops.If you are looking for a fun shopping day out, the city […]