The Best Places To Die In England
I’ve never been to England, which you should know from my last post, and so I am making my dream list of places in England to see. Join me on my fantasy quest as I wish to visit all the places I someday will, and please do suggest some I might not find otherwise! Continue reading
Roman Baths and Ancient England
From List25.com: The Roman Baths give visitors the ability to still see how public bathing was done in the 19th century. Guests can check out the Sacred Spring, the Roman Temple, the Roman Bath House, and the other buildings on its street level however, the bath themselves are located below the modern street level. This area receives around 1 million visitors per year and was featured in the 2005 TV Program “Seven Natural Wonders” as one of the wonders of the Western world. Continue reading
I have to say, I have been just a little disappointed in the lack of truly creepy places to visit in England. I am sure there are many that I haven’t been able to find but so far my internet research has mainly turned up the sort of kitschy, cliche places meant to cater to tourists. I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised when I consider that the sort of places publicised on the internet would be the sort of place that wants to attract visitors and getting the life scared out of them isn’t everyone’s cup of tea (I’m practicing my Britishisms). Continue reading
England? Never Been
Greetings from Thailand! My name is Eli and I am a copywriter, travel writer, book author, journalist, general roustabout and malcontent, blogger and etc. and etc. As a travel writer there are a few places on my list that I have not yet had the pleasure of visiting, most of them in Europe. One of those places is, you guessed it, England. England! Home of sunny music and rainy days. England! Home of spicy humor and bland food. England! Home of where all the best things in life are free, but also of the where it costs the most to eat out compared to anywhere else in the world. That’d be London.