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You can’t go far wrong with a walk through the capital. In the summer of last year, Michelle and I took a stroll along the streets of London, taking in sights including Tower Bridge, St Paul’s Cathedral, Fleet Street and The Royal Courts of Justice.
Perhaps it is because there is just too much history associated with London Bridge that organisers didn’t know what to keep in and what to leave out – and ended up throwing out the baby with the Thames water.
The vast array of photographs of automobiles I’m about to post might convince you otherwise, but I’ve never been a great fan of the car.
What better way to clear the fog of a night at Oktoberfest than by taking a stroll round the centre of Munich?
Stoke Bruerne’s life as one of the favourite stopping off points for canal users began in 1805 when the Grand Junction Canal opened.
If you enjoyed my blog post about Lisbon’s Centro De Atletismo Galinheiras and the inspiring José Henriques, you may still be suffering hunger pangs for custard tarts.
One of the most popular ways to travel around Lisbon is on the tram.
José Henriques is upset. Two of his most promising athletes have just taken their place at the front of a hall thats tired looking interior conflicts sharply with the vibrancy of those inside it.