Visiting Jane Austen's England Traveling through England to visit Jane Austen's house, the streets of Bath where her characters walked, and Chatsworth, the real-life model for Pemberley in "Pride and Prejudice" (Wall Street Journal)
The 25-year-old Queen Elizabeth II returns to London from Kenya having acceded the throne on the death of her father King George VI on 6th February 1952. Accession describes the event of a new Sovereign taking the throne upon the death of the previous king by The British Monarchy, via Flickr
15 Charming Edinburgh Bookshops You Must See Before You Die - Go down Golden Hare Books’ rabbit hole to increase your reading list ten-fold. The charming shop features novels, children’s books, and design readers added to list
18 Incredible Places You Won't Believe Are Actually In London
Closest station: Highgate, Zone 3 Fare from Zone Find your new favourite haunt with a visit to Highgate Cemetery. Follow in the footsteps of the Highgate Vampire or take a guided tour discover the area’s beautiful design and landscaping.
25 Stunning British Places You Can Reach From London
The Albert Dock (regenerated, once run down area in the city centre) with the Anglican cathedral in the background 24. Liverpool Get there via Virgin train from Euston London, 2 hours 30 minutes, from £41 return. Have a bite at the hip music house, The Baltic Social or go more traditional with Spire. Make sure to see Albert Dock, the first completely cast-iron construction in London. When you're done admiring the architecture, The Beatles Story museum is close by. Grab a pint at Ye Cracke…