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The Biomes of the Eden Project in Cornwall, England

Cornwall has always been a distinctive part of England. Eons ago two plates of the earth’s crust rammed into one another, uplifting and twisting the underlying rock into the wild and...

Kitchen window seat at Stargazers

It all started with a tweet. I shared a fellow travel blogger’s story about stargazing in Florida on Twitter and Amanda at St. Mawes Retreats replied: I didn’t know anything about...

Teddy Bear companion at Winford Manor Hotel in Bristol, England

At the Bristol, England airport, I handed my boarding pass and passport to the EasyJet ticket agent at the check-in counter. He punched my locator number into his computer, then looked...

Famous Stonehenge in Wiltshite, England, pales in comparison to the other Henge sites

Stonehenge. The word conjures up visions of thousands of slaves struggling to set giant stone lintels atop colossal standing stones. Of Druid priests in flowing white robes performing ultra-secret rituals within...

Soprano opera singer Measha Brueggergosman relaxes after a concert at the International Music Festival in Bath, England

The moment Measha Brueggergosman sang her final note the audience in the ballroom of the Bath Assembly Room erupted in applause. I enthusiastically joined in and prepared to rise for a...

Cross Bath Spa, photo courtesy of Thermae Bath Spa

From the roof of Thermae Bath Spa I looked out over Tudor and Georgian rooftops with row upon row of cylindrical black chimneys as Charlotte Hanna, assistant sales & marketing manager...