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Red dragon sculpture squats at the base of an obelisk in the center of Cardiff

The Welsh love their symbols. The leek has been a national symbol of Wales since Saint David ordered Welsh soldiers to wear a leek on their helmets to identify themselves. The...

Cardiff Bay in the Welsh capital cityis the secondmost popular tourist area, after the city center

The city center of Cardiff, Wales, with its spectacular castle, may be the number one tourist destination in the Welsh capital, but Cardiff Bay runs a close second. The popular waterfront...

Cardiff Castle in Cardiff, Wales

With more than 2,000 years of history enclosed within its walls, Cardiff Castle is a popular destination for history buffs who visit the capital city of Wales. The earliest fortifications on...

The glass geodesic dome covers two rainforest showers and the wooden hot tub. A cold plunge tub is on the outside deck.

I was completely and utterly exhausted. A couple of months earlier, my right hip and knee had begun to ache constantly and walking long distances was becoming increasingly difficult. I booted...

London's financial district and Tower of London, seen from the Tower Bridge

Click on title to view photo in large format. London’s financial district and the Tower of London, seen from the Tower Bridge across the River Thames. Notable among the gleaming skyscrapers,...

The long strand of Brighton Beach leads to the world famous Brighton Pier in Brighton, England

Click on title to view photo in large format. Brighton Pier, stretching 1,722 feet into the English Channel, is generally regarded as the most magnificent pier ever built. It began life...