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The Red Bus Tour through Oxford

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A stroll along the Avon River in Bath, England.

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The City Bath is a piece of Roman history in England

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Bath Abbey is built on a mass grave

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Big Ben, a World Famous and Iconic Clock Tower

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Crossing the Thames River by London’s “wobbly” Millennium Footbridge

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London’s 300 Year Old Kensington Palace was even Diana’s Royal Home

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Walking over graves in Westminster Abbey, London

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London

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Walking through London’s iconic St Paul’s Cathedral

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Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, more commonly known as the Tower of London

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I walked across and in London’s iconic Tower Bridge!

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Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford is the Great Hall from the Harry Potter Movies!

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Bringing Oxford Castle’s Rich History to Life…

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

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Visiting Oxford’s St Mary Magdalen church which became famous thanks to The DaVinci Code

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Wordless Wednesday: England

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Lacock village, backdrop to many Harry Potter scenes

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England’s’ Fairytale Bolsover Castle

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A Quaint little Church in the Cotswolds, England

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Wordless Wednesday: England

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The Cheerful yet Fleeting Rapeseed Flowers of England

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Wordless Wednesday: England

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The magnificent Painted Hall of Greenwich, London

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Wordless Wednesday: England

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The Beautiful Architecture of Canterbury City

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I Love the “falling” Buildings of Canterbury’s Palace Street

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Why Camden is my Favourite place in London!!

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Thomas Becket being murdered inside Canterbury Cathedral turned it into a place of pilgrimage for Christians.

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London’s Westminster Cathedral turned out to be a hidden Gem

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Sandringham House where the Queen of England spends the cold winter, apparently with ghosts from the past.

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Admiring the Unique Architecture offered by Chester Rows in Chester, England

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