Edinburgh Hotels – 5 best Reasons to Remain in Holyrood

May 1, 2012

If you head to Edinburgh as being a tourist you probably try to see and do everything you possibly can with the time you will be there. So when you go the Edinburgh, its not necessarily possible that you wont go to Holyrood. Read more

UK’s Top Fish and Chips Shops

September 16, 2010

UK’s top Fish and Chips Shops

UK’s national dish celebrates its 150th birthday this year, the fish and chips shops below have been voted the freshest fish and chips on offer in Britain.
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The UK’s weirdest names of towns and villages

September 3, 2010

The UK’s weirdest names of towns and villages

This oft-ridiculed village is said to be among the most picturesque in Dorset and takes its name from its position on the river Piddle Read more

Shambles cobbled lane in York named most picturesque street

March 9, 2010

Shambles is a cobbled lane in York, the street dates from the Middle Ages and has been voted Britain’s most picturesque street. Read more

Swindon has been twinned with Walt Disney World

December 8, 2009

Swindon has been twinned with Walt Disney World.

Swindon in Wiltshire beat 24 other towns and cities yesterday to be named Walt Disney’s first ever twin town. Read more

City Populations in the UK

July 31, 2009

City Populations in the UK

This is a list showing the population of the largest cities in the United Kingdom. Read more

150th Big Ben Anniversary 2009

May 31, 2009

Big Ben is often used to describe the tower, the clock and the bell. Big Ben is based at the north-eastern end of the Palace of Westminster in London.

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London New Year Viewing times and areas

December 30, 2008

Most people start to gather around 10 to 10.30pm (2200 – 2230GMT).

The Metropolitan police are expecting about 700,000 to turn up this year. Read more

Will Manchester congestion charge include the Trafford Centre?

December 12, 2008

If the Manchester congestion charge is to go ahead, the first charging zone is just on the inside of the M60 and the second charging zone is on the inside of the inner ring road.

The congestion charge is only to be applied during rush hours.

7 – 9.30 am, Morning peak inbound:
£2 to cross Outer Ring, £1 to cross Intermediate Ring

4 – 6.30 pm, Evening peak outbound:
£1 to cross Intermediate Ring, £1 to cross Outer Ring.

So if you go shopping after 9,30am and leave the Trafford center before the outgoing charge is applied at 4pm,then you wont have to pay anything.

what landmarks represent Huddersfield, UK?

November 22, 2008

Answer: I would say the following landmarks represent Huddersfield Read more

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