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The Tower of London

  The final post in our Great British Adventure series focuses on the Tower of London.  It is one of the attractions included with the London Pass, however, given its rich and interesting history, I felt that it deserved its own post.  I am also reluctant to say good-bye to our fun British adventures. It… Continue reading The Tower of London

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The London Pass

As mentioned in Welcome to London, we utilized the London Pass to save a couple hundred pounds on activities and transportation. We did our research prior to purchasing the pass to see whether the activities offered in the pass were those that we were interested in, and whether there would be a significant enough cost… Continue reading The London Pass

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Fun, Fabulous, and Free London Museums

London is famous for having some amazing museums with extensive collections. From art and history to science and anthropology, there are museums to satisfy many a curiosity. We visited two spectacular public museums during our stay in London: For the science lovers, we explored the Natural History Museum. To learn more about history and ancient… Continue reading Fun, Fabulous, and Free London Museums

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Salisbury Cathedral and the Magna Carta

After visiting Stonehenge, we backtracked nine miles to the historic city of Salisbury.  We had been searching for Old Sarum, the site of the oldest known settlement in the area.  Unfortunately the sat nav got a little confused, likely due to user error, and so we never made it to Old Sarum.  Instead, in a… Continue reading Salisbury Cathedral and the Magna Carta