Essential Guide to British Slang - some of these cannot be real. just in case you ever decide to create a British character
Rainy day Cambridge, photo: marcus tips
The winding backroads and alleyways of Covent Garden, just a few steps away from Maggie Semple.
Haworth, England, home of the Brontes. One of the coolest places I have ever been because of my love of their books. Admittedly, I should not have arrived on the night of Halloween and listened to a night-time ghost walk in the graveyard.
Étretat, France (Haute-Normandie region in northern France). I'd love to spend a day on the beach below these cliffs.
At the end of the Causeway In Horsham is this beautiful old cottage with St. Marys Church,West Sussex, England - photo by Alan Fife
Britain: The Shambles Street, York -- preserved from medieval times! little shops, is one of the main tourist destinations in York. it is one of the best preserved medieval streets in the world
Beachy Head - a chalk headland in South England, East Sussex, east of the Seven Sisters. Beachy Head & Seven Sisters are often mistaken for the White Cliffs of Dover which face France.
Windsor Castle where the Queen spends most weekends?
The Tube, London. I have to experience the tube to get the full London experience.