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0 50 Late Night Bars In London

When you fancy “one for the road” after last orders at the pub, these late night bars in London might just be the ticket. And while the Night Tube might be on hold, the drinks are still cold in these speakeasys, pubs and cocktail bars, most of which are all open until…

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1 The London New Year’s Eve Guide 2015

London has world-class fireworks and parties going off throughout New Year’s Eve. So by the time Big Ben strikes midnight, the capital’s streets will be packed with people revelling in the atmosphere. Here is how to get the most out of the big night – and where to spend the…

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0 A City With A Tale: 17 Things To Do In Canterbury

Canterbury has been a place of pilgrimage since the 12th century, and its world-famous cathedral within a UNESCO World Heritage Site still draws in the crowds more than 800 years on. You might know it as the site of Thomas Becket’s martyrdom and Geoffrey Chaucer’s classic book the Canterbury Tales, which is about pilgrims…

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0 Take The Plunge: XVII Things To Do In Bath

As you might expect from a place called Bath, this city is famous for its water. The spa-tacular success of its naturally hot spring water made it a firm favourite with the Romans, who built, of course, some baths. The Georgians also tapped into its popularity as a spa town, and…

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0 This Charming Manc: 25 Things To Do In Manchester

Ah, Manchester. Birthplace of bands like Oasis and The Smiths, two rival football clubs, clubbing at the Warehouse Project and, of course, the most famous fictional Street on UK television. It’s got nightlife, brilliant shopping, and a lot of really quite cool hotels which means if you haven’t made your way northwest to…

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0 Coastal Corker: 23 Things To Do In Bournemouth

Bournemouth’s seven miles of sandy beaches and more than seven hours of summer sunshine (on average) makes it one of the most popular resorts to visit in the UK. But surprisingly, this was still a spot for smugglers and fishermen up until the beginning of the 19th century, when a retired army…

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