23 Towns to Visit for our next UK Trip

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   Last year, I have accomplished my dream of going to Europe.  I stayed for 10 days in the United Kingdom. It should have been for 90days traveling around the country but fear won over me. I felt that I am still not financially independent because of the current lifestyle that I have. My savings won’t catch up with my spending on food and shopping. So, in the end, I retracted my resignation letter. I should be back to work after the 10days vacation in Europe.

      Did that happen to you? You had the courage to let go of things but in the end, Fear won over you. I am setting up some businesses related to my travel blog/vlog so I could finally be financially independent and travel the world. I hope you could support by sending some help or buying some cool stuffs on my online store. For more info, here is the link on ways you can do business with travellingpeoples: https://travellingpeoples.com/2018/11/18/do-business-with-travellingpeoples/

       I really believe that if I become more financially independent, I can inspire more people like me. I am giving myself 2 more years to finally go back to the United Kingdom and travel all around the country for 90 days. Here are the places I could have visited and reasons why I would love to visit them. These are arranged based on their proximity to the next location or accessibility to train stations. If you are from the United Kingdom and think that I might have overlooked facts on the locations proximity and its nearby hotels, please leave a comment in this blog.

1.) Chawton

         Jane Austen’s house is located in Chawton. For some who did not know her, she wrote wonderful novels such as Pride and Prejudice.

Possible hotels near the area: Travelodge Alton Four Marks, Old Thorns, Frensham Pond Country House, The Trooper Inn, Langrish House, Audleys Wood Hotel, Champneys Forest Mere, Farnham House Hotel, Four Seasons Hotel Hampshire, Crowne Plaza Basingstoke, Tylney Hall, Basingstoke Country Hotel & Spa, The Red Lion, Holiday Inn Basingstoke, Red Lion Hotel Basingstoke, The Bishops Table, Good Night Inns Wheatsheaf, Cliddesden Place by House of Fisher, Premier Inn Petersfield Hotel, Mercure Farnham Bush Hotel, Raven Hotel, Hampshire Court Hotel- A Q Hotel, Hook House Hotel, Premier Inn Basingstoke Town Centre Hotel, Premier Inn Farnham, Winchester Royal Hotel, Travelodge Aldershot Hotel, Apollo Hotel Basingstoke, The Devils Punchbowl, Mercure Winchester Wessex Hotel, Days Inn by Wyndham Winchester, The Georgian Hotel, Oakley Hall Hotel, Lismoyne Hotel, Premier Inn Aldershot Hotel, The Elvetham, Days Inn by Wyndham Fleet, Holiday Inn Winchester, The Winchester Hotel & Spa, Premier Inn Fleet Hotel, Travelodge Fleet Hotel, The Hog’s Back Hotel & Spa Farnham, Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa, Holiday Inn Farnborough, Travelodge Farnborough Central, Aviator Farnborough, Village Hotel Farnborough, The Angel Inn, and Norton Park.

2.) Southampton

             You can check out the Sea City Museum, Tudor House Garden, and Solent Sky Museum.

Possible hotels near the area: Southampton Harbor Hotel, Jury’s Inn Harbour Hotel, Hilton at the Ageas Bowl, The Blue Keys Hotel, Novotel Southampton Hotel, Highfield House Hotel, The Pig- in the wall, Holiday Inn Southampton, The Juniper Berry, Double Tree by Hilton Hotel, Ibis Budget Southampton, Premier Inn Southampton, The Regent Guesthouse, Ibis Southampton Centre, Premier Inn Southampton, Leonardo Royal Hotel Southampton, The Concorde, Addenro House Bed & Breakfast, The Elizabeth House Hotel, The Star Hotel Southampton, Premier Inn Southampton, Landguard House B&B, Travelodge Southampton, Room2 Southampton, Hotel Mercure Southampton, Argyle Lodge Southampton, Ennio’s, Premier Inn Southampton, Winston Hotel, Hunters Lodge B&B, The Swan Inn, City Park Guest House, Andromeda House, The White Star Tavern, Linden, 31 Queens Terrace, Holiday Inn Express Southampton, Days Inn by Wyndham Southampton, Flying Dutchman Southampton, Madison House B&B, and The Brimar Guesthouse.

3.) Rodmell

            You can visit the Monk’s House (the stream-of-consciousness writer Virginia Woolf’s residence), River Ouse where Virginia Woolf committed suicide, and Charleston Farmhouse.

Possible hotels near the area: Rodmell House, YHA Southdowns, The Downs Hotel, Blue Door Barns Boutique, The Newmarket Inn, White Hart Hotel, Deans Place Hotel, Premier Inn Lewes, Trevor House Lewes, A Room with a View, Red Brighton Blue Hotel, Sea Spray Brighton Luxury, Premier Inn New Haven, Hamptons Brighton, Strawberry Fields, Nineteen, The Corner House, Telscombe Cliffs Bed, Lifestyle Hotel Avia, The Square Hotel, Brighton Marina House Hotel, Newhaven rooms, The Dorset, Kempfield House, White Horse Hotel, The Vineyard Hotel, Tylney Hall Hotel and Gardens, Coombe Abbey, The Georgian Hotel of Stam, Old Thorns Hotel, Barnsdale Hotel, The Lanes Hotel, Malmaison Hotel, Royal Albion Hotel, and Hotel du Vin Brighton.

4.) Dover

         You can visit the Dover Castle and the White Cliffs of Dover.

Possible hotels near the area: Dover Downs Hotel, Hilton Garden Inn Dover, Dover Garden Suites, Comfort Inn & Suites, Residence Inn by Marriott, Fairfield Inn & Suites, Home2 Suites by Hilton, Microtel Inn & Suites Dover, Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Mainstay Suites, Days Inn Dover, Sleep Inn & Suites, Comfort Suites, State Street Inn, Hampton Inn Dover, Super 8 by Wyndham Dover, Best Western Galaxy Inn, Red Roof Inn & Suites, Capital Inn- Dover, Dover Inn, Days Inn, and Relax Inn Dover.

5.) Canterbury

         You can visit the Canterbury Cathedral and the St. Augustine’s Abbey.

Possible hotels near the area: Abode Canterbury, Premier Inn Canterbury City Center, Canterbury Hotel, Travelodge Canterbury Chaucer Central, Cathedral Gate Hotel, Canterbury Hotel, Holiday Inn Express Canterbury, The Ebury Hotel, Canterbury Cathedral Lodge, Best Western Abbots Bart, Castle House Hotel, The Corner House, Iffin Farmhouse, The Four Seasons Canterbury, The House of Agnes, The Falstaff Hotel, The Retro Bed & Breakfast, Victoria Hotel, Chaucer House, China Farm Barn, The Black Horse Inn, George House Canterbury, L’hote Boutique Hotel, Sun Hotel, City of Canterbury Guesthouse, Howfield Manor, Cedar House at The Old Firestation, The Penthouse Canterbury, Swn Y don Guesthouse, The Coach House Canterbury, Kipps Hotel, YHA Canterbury Hostel, The Hugo Canterbury, The Pig- at Bridge Place, Willow Down, York Lodge Bed and Breakfast, Peregrine House, Kent Cottage Holidays, St. Stephens Guesthouse, The White House, Cottages in Hampshire, Wincheap Guesthouse, Becket Court, Woolton Farm Harriet House Guest, University of Kent Hotel, Pilgrims Hotel, Greyfriars Lodge, Thanington Hotel, Magnolia House, Ezestays, and Abbey Canterbury Guest.

6.) London

        You can visit London Bridge, Notting Hill, Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, Coca-Cola London Eye, Tower of London, Migration Museum, BAE Systems, Apartment of Amy Winehouse, Warner Bros Studio Tour London Harry Potter Film Set, Charles Dickens Museum, Madame Tussauds, The Shard, Natural History Museum, Science Museum, Alexander Fleming Museum, The Francis Crick Institute, The British Museum.

Possible hotels near the area: Park Plaza Westminster Bridge London, London Marriot Hotel County Hall, The Hoxton Shoreditch, Aloft London Excel, Hilton London Hyde Park, The Tower Hotel, Hotel The Savoy, The Ritz London, Imperial Hotel, Best Western London Peckham Hotel, Plaza on the River London, The Bermondsey Square Hotel, London Marriot Hotel Canary Wharf, The Marylebone Hotel, Corinthia Hotel London, London Marriott Hotel Kensington, Grand Royale London Hyde Park, Sea Containers London, Bulgari Hotel London, London Hilton on Park Lane, K+K Hotel George Kensington, London Bridge Hotel, London Marriott Hotel Maida Vale, Shangrila Hotel at The Shard, Hilton London Paddington, Hilton London Metropole, The Landmark London, Meininger Hotel London Hyde Park, Holiday Inn London-Kensington, Four Seasons Hotel London at Park Lane, Rosewood London, The Soho Hotel, Crowne Plaza London Docklands, The Berkeley, Hotel Novotel London Excel, Artist Residence London, Apex City of London Excel, Novotel London Canary Wharf, The Kensington Hotel, Hilton London Bankside, Crowne Plaza London Battersea, The Waldorf Hilton London, St. Ermin’s Hotel, K West Hotel & Spa, Green Rooms, M by Montcalm London Shoreditch Tech City, The Levin Hotel,London House Hotel, Holiday Inn London Kensington, H10 London Waterloo, Dorsett Shepherds Bush, Intercontinental London- The O2, Crowne Plaza London, The Grosvenor Hotel, The Langham London, Clayton Hotel Chiswick, Leonardo de Royal Hotel London City, The Ampersand Hotel, Knightsbridge Hotel, The Connaught Hotel, London Marriot Hotel Regents Park, Strand Palace Hotel, Malmaison London, Hilton London Metropole, Haymarket Hotel, Hilton London Angel Islington, Park Plaza London Riverbank, New Road Hotel, Great Northern Hotel, Pestana Chelsea Bridge Hotel, Staybridge Suites London, Number Sixteen, The Gore London- Starhotels Collezione, The London Edition, The Nadler Soho Hotel, Prince Regent Hotel Excel London, Sofitel London St. James, St. James Court, Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel, Hilton Hotel Olympia, The Wellesley Knightsbridge, Millenium Hotel London, Charlotte Street Hotel, Hotel Indigo London, The Bloomsbury Hotel, St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel, The Bailey’s Hotel London, W London- Leicester Square, Millenium Glucester Hotel, The Z Hotel Victoria, Moxy London Straford, Hotel Indigo London, Holiday Villa Hotel, International Hotel, Club Quarters Hotel St. Paul’s, Hotel Xenia Autograph Collection, Ham Yard Hotel, Hotel NH London, Park Grand London Hyde Park, Best Western Ilford, The Z Hotel Soho, Conrad London St. James, Heston Hyde Hotel, Dorsett City, Jumeirah Carlton Tower, Safestay Holland Park, Baglioni Hotel London, Andaz London Liverpool Street, ME London, The Portobello Hotel, The May Fair, A Radisson Collection Hotel, Eccleston Square Hotel, Staybridge Suites London- Vauxhall, Sheraton Grand London, Park Lane.

7.) Wiltshire

       You can visit the Stone Henge.

Possible hotels near the area: Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, The Wiltshire Golf Club, The Old Bell Hotel, Woolley Grange, Bishopstrow Hotel, Howard’s House Hotel, Beechfield House, The Old Stable, The Shaw Country Hotel, The Castle Hotel, The Bear Hotel, Stanton House Hotel, The Rectory Hotel, The Moonraker Hotel, The Best Western Plus Angel Hotel, The Rudloe Arms Hotel Near Bath, The Bath Arms, Milford Hall Hotel, The Stones Hotel, Mayfield House HOtel, Grove Lodge, Castle & Ball, The Black Swan Hotel, Waterhouse, Best Western Leigh Park Country House Hotel, The House, Stanton Manor Hotel, De Vere Cotswold Waterpark, Whatley Manor Hotel, The Swan at Stoford, The Methuen Arms, Brindley’s Boutique, BoWood Hotel, Windbrook Grange, The Cathedral Hotel, Grasmere House Hotel, The Peppermill, The George Inn, Widbrook Barns, The Castle Inn, Bloomfield House, Legacy Rose and Crown Hotel, Combe Grove, Littleton Lodge, Prince Hill House, Guyers Home and The Dove Inn.

8.) Bath

       You can visit the Roman Bath Houses and the Bath Abbey Tower.

Possible hotels near the area:  The Z Hotel Bath, The Bath Priori, Hilton Bath City, Paradise House, Abbey Hotel, The Bird Bath, Apex City of Bath, Waterhouse, Mr. Darcy’s Abode, The Ayrlington, Three Abbey Green, Hotel Indigo Bath, Combe Grove, The Gainsborough Bath Spa, Harington’s Hotel, Grove Lodge, Bathen House, The Griffin, 18 The Circus, Country Living Landsdown Grove Hotel, Macdonald Spa Hotel, Francis Hotel Bath, Best Western Limpley Stoke Hotel, Bath Holiday Suites, Bailbrook House Hotel.

9.) Oxford

        You can visit Oxford University and CS Lewis Museum.

Possible hotels near the area: Macdonald Randolph Hotel, Jurys Inn, Remont Oxford Hotel, Vansbrugh House Hotel, Museum Hotel Oxford, Malmaison Oxford, The George Street Hotel, The Burlington House, Royal Oxford Hotel, Cotswold Lodge Hotel, Old Parsonage Hotel, Parklands B&B, George Oxford Hotel, The Galaxie, and The Richmonde Hotel.

10.) Cambridge

         You can visit Cambridge University and Cavendish Laboratory.

Possible hotels near the area: The Varsity Hotel & Spa, Hilton Cambridge City Centre, Tamburlaine Hotel, The Royal Cambridge Hotel, Hotel du Vin Cambridge, Rectory Farm, Regent Hotel Cambridge, University Arms Hotel, Hotel Felix, Duke House, Arundel House Hotel, Hobsons House, The Moller Centre, Gonville Hotel, Churchill College Hotel and Your Space Manor House.

11.) Grantham

         You can visit Margaret Thatcher’s House, Grantham Museum and Sir Isaac Newton’s Woolsthorp Manor House. In Grantham, check out for the famous saying by Isaac Newton, “A Man may imagine many things that are false but he can only understand things that are true, for if things are false the apprehension of them is not understanding.”

Possible hotels near the area: Angel and  Royal, Urban Leisure Hotel, Belton Woods, The Red House, Avenue Hotel, Eden House Hotel, and The Music House.

12.) Nottingham

                You can visit DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum.

Possible hotels near the area: Brittania Nottingham Hotel, Park Plaza Nottingham, Roomzzz Nottingham City, De Vere Orchard Hotel, St. James Hotel, Colwick Hall Hotel, and Trivelles Regency.

13.) Leicester

             You can visit the National Space Center.

Possible hotels near the area:  Winstanley House, The Villare Hotel LTD, UR Stay Serviced Apartment, The City Rooms, Z Home.

14.) Coventry

             You can visit the Jaguar Car Factory.

Possible hotels near the area:  Ramada Hotel, Village Hotel Coventry, The Jacobean Hotel, and Allesley Hotel.

15.) Birmingham

            You can visit the Cadbury World.

Possible hotels near the area: Clayton Birmingham, Genting Hotel, The Edgbaston Hotel, Copthorne Hotel, Staybridge Suites,Village Hotel Solihull, The High Field Town House, St. Pauls House, Castle Bromwich Hall Hotel, Old Rose and Crown Hotel, Penta Hotel, The Rowton Hotel, BLOC Hotel Birmingham.

16.) Startford upon-Avon

       You can visit Shakespeare’s birthplace, The Royal Shakespeare Company, Ann Hathaway Cottage and River Avon.

Possible hotels near the area: Fairlawns Hotel and Spa, Gunmaker Arms, The Townhouse, The Queens Head, Church Farm Barns Hotel, Aidan House, and Victoria Spa Lodge.

17.) Cardiff

         You can visit Cardiff Castle and National Museum Cardiff.

Possible hotels near the area: The Angel Hotel, Sleeperz Hotel, The Exchange Hotel, Number One Hundred Bed and Breakfast, Sandringham Hotel, Voco St. David’s Cardiff, Cathedral 73 Hotel & Restaurant, Copthorne Hotel Cardiff, NosDa Hostel, Elgano Hotel, Tanes Hotel, The Laurels, No.62 B&B, Village Hotel Cardiff, The Maldron Hotel, Hafan y Porth Cardiff Apartment.

18.) Warrington

       You can visit Lewis Caroll Centre.

Possible hotels near the area: Village Hotel Warrington, Hallmark Hotel Warrington, Holiday Inn Warrington, The King’s Head, The Gulliver’s Hotel, Pentahotel Warrington, The Lymm Hotel, and the Patten Arms Hotel.

19.) Manchester

        You can visit Etihad Stadium and Science and Industry Museum.

Possible hotels near the area: Hotel Gotham, INNside Manchester, The Principal Manchester, Great John Street Hotel, Hatters, Ainscow Hotel, The Castlefield Hotel, Pendulum Hotel, Hotel Motel One Manchester, Princess St. Hotel, The Mitre Hotel, Rusholme Rooms, The Bulls Head, The Castlerose Boat Stay, The Lowry Spa, and Disbury House Hotel.

20.) Bradford

        You can visit Bronte Parsonage Museum.

Possible hotels near the area: The Bradford Hotel, The Great Victoria Hotel, Dubrovnik Hotel, The Abbey Lodge Hotel, Lathamor, and Nev’s House.

21.) Liverpool

       You can visit Beatle’s Story in Liverpool.

Possible hotels near the area:  Aloft Liverpool, Titanic Hotel Liverpool, The Z Hotel Liverpool, The Shankly Hotel, Staybridge Suites Liverpool, Hard Days Night Hotel, Malmaison Liverpool, 30 James Street Hotel, The Podworks Hotel, Pullman Liverpool Hotel, The Pennylane Hotel, The Liner Hotel, Britania Adelphi Hotel, The Nadler Liverpool Hotel, Posh Pads, The Glebe Hotel, Central Station Hotel Liverpool, The Lord Nelson Hotel, Signature Living Hotel, Tune Hotel Liverpool City Center, Art House Hotel, L3 Living, Hotel Tia, The Liverpool Inn Hotel, The Castle Collection Apartments, Heywood House Hotel, The Sir Thomas, and The Merchant.

22.) Belfast

         You can visit Titanic Belfast.

Possible hotels near the area:  The Merchant Hotel Belfast, Titanic Belfast, The Fitzwilliam Hotel Belfast, The Ireton by Stay In Belfast, House Hotel Belfast, Ten Square Hotel, Benedicts Hotel Belfast, Europa Hotel, BargeAtTitanic, Bullit Hotel, Dukes at Queen Hotel, Fitzrovia Mansion, The George Best Hotel, and One Sussex Place.

23.) Edinburgh

        You can visit James Clerk Maxwell Foundation, Museum of Scotland, Museum of Childhood, Bobby, the sky terrier who guarded his master’s grave for 14 years.

Possible hotels near the area: Novotel Edinburgh Centre, The Balmoral, Old Waverly Hotel, The Scotsman Hotel, Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh City, Brooks Hotel Edinburgh, Tigerlily Edinburgh, The Bonham Hotel, Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh, The Edinburgh Grand, 24 Royal Terrace Hotel, Black Ivy, Edinburgh Grosvenor Hotel, The Principal Edinburgh, The Edinburgh Residence, No 11 Brasserie & Boutique Hotel, Malmaison Edinburgh, Edinburgh Sixteen, Destiny Scotland- The Malthouse, Corstorphine Lodge Hotel, Ritz Hotel Edinburgh, The Glasshouse, Autograph Collection, The Witchery by The Castle, Best Western Edinburgh South Braid Hills Hotel, The Royal Scotts Club Edinburgh, Apex Waterloo Place Hotel, Fingal, Prince Street Suites, Le Monde Hotel, Ten Hill Place Hotel, and  Hotel Twenty.

63 comments

  1. Wonderful planning. I hope you fulfil all your travelling dreams. But a staycation is a term used for people staying at home for their holiday. It does not mean hotel or other accommodation.

    1. Hi Basia, thank you so much.. In our country, we mean by it ‘staying to enjoy the perks of your hotel accommodation’ for example, if you google staycation or hotel staycation many accommodations will appear.. Thank you so much. There is still a bit of a difference of perspective in every culture. See you soon. <3

  2. If you got a good airbnb in London you could manage some of those places on a day trip from there. Don’t book up before you look into this. In Coventry, make sure to visit the Cathedral and nearby Warwick Castle (you could even visit the Bronte Museum from here. You’ve missed out The Europa Hotel in Belfast, famous for being the most bombed hotel in the world (and a great place to stay being very central, lovely staff and right opposite the Crown Liquor Saloon, Belfast’s most famous pub).

  3. I sold my active business when I got addicted to traveling the world. I can’t stop adding countries to my collection. Been all over the UK it is a great place start.

  4. I love how in depth you want to travel UK!! I hope it is safer soon so you can visit. I am living in Oxford and there is so much history here, it’s an incredible city.
    If you are interested in literature it is especially amazing, I work at a hotel where Oscar Wilde once lived.
    You should add Newcastle onto our list too, it is definitely worth experiencing.

  5. Somebody has mentioned it above but Newcastle should definitely be on the list as well. It is a terrific party city but is also steeped in history. Did you know that Mosley Street in Newcastle was the first street in the world to be lit by electric lighting? Or that the High Level Bridge was the first in the world built on two levels with trains going above and a road for cars and pedestrians below? It’s a great city to visit and has a fantastic nightlife. Not too far away is the Roman Wall built by Emperor Hadrian. It stretches from Newcastle in the East and finishes at Carlisle in the West. There are some lovely places to visit along the way. As you might have guessed I’m from Newcastle. It is a great city to visit though and has a fantastic nightlife!
    If you like Jane Austen you can also visit her museum in Bath. Many of her books were based there and you can even visit some of the places that are mentioned in them

      1. India is a beautiful country. I’ve been there last 2016 but on a guided trip.. where are you exactly in India? ❤️

  6. Old Trafford rather than the Etihad Stadium, surely 🙂 ?!

    If you want to see the Bronte Parsonage Museum, it might be nicer to stay somewhere in the countryside – nothing against Bradford, but the moorland around there’s lovely.

  7. That’s an ambitious itinerary you have there. I’m not sure how long your visit will be and what your interests are, but it’s certainly a varied list.

    It would be easy for me to suggest places to add to the list and places to take away, but that would also take away the enjoyment of finding out about places for yourself. Enjoy your trip when it happens. Have you been to the UK before by the way?

    1. Hi Easymalc, as a Filipino we can be given a visa for 90days. Yes, I have been in the UK last year.. I did some blogs about the Stone Henge and UK’s museums. Please tell me other places to explore.. 🙂

      1. Can you give me the links to your Stonehenge and Museum blogs please. I’d like to see what sort of things you enjoy and maybe give you some other ideas about where to go.

  8. Hi Easymalc, as a Filipino we can be given a visa for 90days. Yes, I have been in the UK last year.. I did some blogs about the Stone Henge and UK’s museums. Please tell me other places to explore.. 🙂

  9. I’ve looked at you post in more detail now and if I’ve got this right you want to spend 90 days travelling around the UK in a couple of years time. If that’s the case, then at least you have plenty of time to prepare.

    It sounds that you are only intending to visit places that you can reach by train, but there is also a comprehensive bus network if you want to see places that can be easily reached from a train station. For now I’ll add some places to the list that have train stations, but if you don’t mind using buses as well, I can give more suggestions later if you wish.

    Here are some places that I think you might enjoy if they fit in with your plans; –

    Brighton
    Portsmouth
    Winchester
    St Ives
    Bristol
    St Albans
    Worcester
    Norwich
    Chepstow
    Shrewsbury
    Lincoln
    York
    Harrogate
    Whitby
    Newcastle
    Berwick upon Tweed
    Stirling
    Oban

    There are a fair number of places on the list, and not all them might appeal possibly, but I’ve made the selection based on the ease of communications, with what I think you might like – and of course, you may have already been to some of them.

    It also goes without saying that if you were able to drive, then there would be so much more scope, particulary if you like out of the way places that Wales and Scotland can offer. N. Ireland also some fabulous coastline, but you would benefit from having a car there as well. Hope this helps

    Easymalc

    1. Thank you thank you so much. This is a bit comprehensive and I really appreciate the time. I don’t know how to drive but I can definitely try the bus too. I hope to see you in UK. ❤️❤️❤️

    1. I would love to go to Edinburgh next time and check out too the palaces of the British royals.. Where are you now based?

  10. I was in England many years ago and would love to go again. What I remember about Coventry was the cathedral that had been bombed in WWII. I remember reading the words “Father, forgive” on the wall behind the altar and the “Cross of Nails,” a symbol of peace and reconciliation.

    P.S. Where do you live?

    1. This is nice observation you have… I am currently in the Philippines. Where are you based now?

  11. Thank you Saania, let us keep in touch, your blogs are very philosophical and I loved reading them.. You are probably an intelligent person <3 Keep safe this COVID season! :)

  12. An interesting list of places – but you really need to spend more time In Scotland – not only Edinburgh and Glasgow (which yes, you must visit). You’d have time to visit some of the islands as well if you are here for 90 days.

  13. If you are visiting Liverpool may I suggest that it is not far to Caernarvon in N. Wales (with a great castle that you can visit) and across the Straits in Llanfair PG where the longest railway station name in the world is located,, plus crossing the Menai Straits to get there will give you spectacular views.

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