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Big Ben, Clock Tower, Elizbeth Tower And London Minicabs

London Minicabs

Every country or district has their own landmark, symbol or sign. So as England has many famous landmarks. One of them is now known as Elizabeth Tower. But it was called by another name since it made. Initially! It was known as Clock Tower that is not enough because it has also a nickname, which is Big Ben. Because of ... Read More »

Where Is Dulwich College London? (Minicabs are the Best Way To Approach There)

Where is Dulwich

Where Is Dulwich College? OK! Before come across to Dulwich College, it’s better to know geographically about that Where is Dulwich situated? The Dulwich is consists of various different parts. But the area belong with Dulwich College is at southeast London United Kingdom. These days this college is not only limited in England but there are various branches all over ... Read More »

What Is London Eye Mystery

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The capital city of United Kingdom is the best place for families and especially for children. Because this world’s heritage zone is developing and establishing which are changing day by day.  There are numerous play lands, parks, gardens, toy lands, cafes and Ferris wheel etc situated in this region related for kids. What is London Eye? No doubt the Ferris ... Read More »

Prezzybox

Prezzybox Distributor of a great range of gifts, experience days and gadgets for any occasion, with a fun and friendly approach, whilst focusing on offering a strong customer service for their online shopping. http://www.awin1.com/ Read More »

Feed the Birds

As it ‘s feed the birds day this coming saturday we thought we would give the limelight over to the real stars of the show, garden birds. We have picked five species that we can all help in and around the garden at this time of year and will give a few hints and tips about how to help them. First ... Read More »

National Army Museum

This engaging museum is the leading authority on the history of the British Army, and not surprisingly it’s full of interest, whether or not you’re keen on military history. All of Britain’s major battles and wars are represented and the collection features many key historical artefacts. There’s a paper lantern used by Florence Nightingale in the Crimea, a medical kit ... Read More »

White Scar Caves

White Scar Caves – the longest underground show cave in Britain – the fact we love the best is about its discovery, in 1923, by Cambridge student Christopher Long, who was on holiday in the Dales. Coming upon a hole in the hillside that seemed to go on for ever in pitch-black darkness, he did what any right-thinking young man ... Read More »

White Scar Caves

White Scar Caves – the longest underground show cave in Britain – the fact we love the best is about its discovery, in 1923, by Cambridge student Christopher Long, who was on holiday in the Dales. Coming upon a hole in the hillside that seemed to go on for ever in pitch-black darkness, he did what any right-thinking young man ... Read More »

Elvaston Castle Country Park

A once-great Victorian garden which now looks, in Patrick Taylor’s phrase, ‘slightly dishevelled’. The garden-as-it-was is shown on the front cover of Brent Elliott’s book on Victorian gardens, and described on pages 83-87. There were 11 miles of evergreen hedges, an Alhambra garden a French garden and others. The present owners have made an Old English Garden in what was ... Read More »

Red Squirrels

The Isle of Wight is one of the best and only places in England to see Red Squirrels in their natural habitat. These beautiful animals are indigenous to the Island and can be found in most woodland and forested areas. But they are also an endangered species and the Island is one of the only places in the country where ... Read More »

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