The Great British Bucket List: Utterly Unmissable Britain

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The Great British Bucket List: Utterly Unmissable Britain

The Great British Bucket List: Utterly Unmissable Britain

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Want to discover more of the Beatles’ home city? Here’s the best things to do in Liverpool by Naomi from Probe Around the Globe! 60. Bolton Abbey It’s safe and shallow, making it a lovely for a spot of paddling, although a few people have mentioned the water may not be clean. Keep an eye on signs as there may be up to date advice on whether it’s ok to enter the water. There are rushes growing, weeping willows arching over the water and even a little wooden bridge. Glen Chess house Which village in Wales shares its name with a term meaning to ‘say something indistinctly and quietly’? Less than an hour of driving away from Glasgow, Luss is the best stopover to explore Loch Lomond National Park. Walkingthrough the adorable village of Lusswill offer stunning views of the largest Loch in Britain. Best Day Trips from Leeds Yorkshire Dales National Park The Yorkshire Dales are absolutely stunning

On a visit here, you can look aroundhis childhood house and learn all about the playwright who has inspired generations for centuries. 51. Cadbury World I’ve already recommended The Bedford Arms as one of the best pubs along the route, but it is also home to 18 bedrooms. There are twin, double, family or four-poster suites, including one with a Jacuzzi. If you fancy breaking the walk up with an overnight stay, this is in a good location, approximately half way along the route. If you’re lover of the mystical and marvellous, get down to the Museum of Witchcraft in Cornwall, the world’s largest display of anythingsupernatural. In the heart of Cornwall is The Eden Project, two biomes which contain plants from diverse environments. The project is a source of environmental education; it encourages visitors to learn about the importance of the plants that it showcases and how they are fundamental to modern society, as well as enjoying the atmosphere of a rainforest or Mediterranean climate in the UK. It’s an interesting and unique day out for adults and children alike! 38. The Jurrasic Coast The River Severn is the longest river in Britain at 354 km, but which is the second longest? River Thames at 246 km long


The first section of the walk is quite confusing with lots of different directions to follow. I nearly got lost a couple of times, so I thought it’d be a good idea to go into each direction in detail. I really want to make sure you guys know where you’re going! Next up was one of the Epping Forest walks. Epping Forest is massive, and there are plenty of trails to choose from here. The one we really wanted to do was the Epping Forest Oak Trail. This is a 10.2 km long walk that takes 2 to 3 hours, so it’s really easy going. The Nith River is in South West Scotland is 71 miles long. It flows southeast through Dumfries and Galloway before emptying into the Solway Firth. It could be argued that the Nith is 63 miles long, but at low tide, the sea goes out so far that the river becomes 8 miles longer! 29: River Medway and River Dee And while you’re in town, take a stroll up Glastonbury Tor! Known as the UK’s most spiritual hill, there’s plenty to marvel at at the top; a compass points you to different South-Western towns and the views of the surrounding countryside are unbeatable. It’s said thatthe cleansing air of the hill means that everybody comes down a changed person, too… 44. St Micheals Mount If you live in the UK or are visiting for an extended period, then it’s well worth joining the National Trust, English Heritage or both, so you can visit amazing mansions and manor houses, ancient castles and stone circles for free. You can even park for free near some beaches and countryside escapes too!

However, for the Epping Forest Oak Trail (which is what this post is all about), you’ll want to travel to Theydon Bois station. This is on the central line and it takes about 36 minutes from St Paul’s to Theydon Bois. The walk takes you through the beautiful countryside Whitby is not only famous for being the inspiration of Bram Stokers great novel Dracula but also for it’s fresh and delicious Fish & Chips. What better place to dig in to the famous English dish then at the seaside? 66. Wensleydale Cheese Museum

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Let’s start in my home town of Kingston-Upon-Hull which was a very large fishing port, and very badly bombed, city when I lived there in the 40’s and early 50’s. It is now one of the cultural hubs of the north of England crammed with museums, architectural and maritime attractions. Well worth a visit. The markets have a reputation of being somewhere a bit alternative, and you can find all sorts of non-conformist goods here! When you’re done shopping, you can take a seat by the canals and have a drink at one of the famous pubs… 10. Take a nighttime ceremony of the keys tour in Tower of London It is usually around 8 degrees colder at the top of Ben Nevis than at the base, so wrap up warm if you’re hoping to scale the mountain, and be prepared for a few showers too. There’s a poignant war memorial on Ben Nevis

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