In Search Of A Welshman

There are lots of Welshmen around, but I wasn’t the one. I was talking to Stephanie Abrams, the nationally syndicated US radio travel journalist, about the UK and her thoughts on the UK when the story of this elusive man arose. Stephanie has a two-hour travel radio show on Saturdays…
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England’s Engineering Feats

Today the London Underground, the world’s first subterranean rail network, celebrates its 150th birthday. The once unthinkable concept of ‘trains in drains’ is now a celebrated engineering marvel and one of the capital’s most recognizable icons, stretching more than 250 miles and carrying over one billion passengers every year. But…
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A Day In… York

The historic city of York is an ideal destination for a day trip, as Kaye discovers Confession time… I have lived and worked in the UAE, Cayman Islands, and China and think nothing of visiting Vietnam, schlepping to Sri Lanka or booking a weekend break in Boston but back home…
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What’s Hot: March 2012

CD-Traveller tells you what’s hot and what’s not in the travel world. This month Croydon and coach tours of the M25 are proving (inexplicably?!) popular Hot Croydon We kid you not. Croydon – one of the areas worst hit during last year’s London riots – has become an unlikely tourism…
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Three Unusual Places To Stay In London

For those who have been lucky enough to get tickets the London 2012 Olympics, the next challenge for most is going to be finding a place to stay. Richard Hirson from onefinestay has some suggestions With the London Olympics just around the corner the attention of the lucky few that…
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