The Ultimate UK Bucket List – 100 things to do and see!

  Are you planning a vacation to the UK and wondering what sort of things to see and do? Often when we start to plan a trip the sheer amount of things we want to fit in can make it difficult to produce a doable itinerary. When I am planning to visit a new country […]

Stay at The Etherleigh – A fabulous bed and breakfast in Bridlington

This post was updated in 2019 Are you looking for a fabulous Bed and Breakfast in Bridlington? Then look no further. In this post not only will you find out all about the Etherleigh Guest House – a highly recommended Bed and Breakfast in Bridlington – but also all about things to do in Bridlington itself. This […]

9 Best Books about England to Read Before you Visit

Best books about England featured by top international travel blogger, Tracy's Travels in Time

Are you looking for a selection of great books to read before traveling to England or perhaps books to read while in England? Either way I have come up with a fantastic selection of some of the best English novels and more for you to peruse at your leisure! How do I possibly choose just […]

10 beautiful places to visit in Northumberland England

places to visit in Northumberland

Northumberland is the northernmost county of England and borders Scotland to the north and the English countries of Durham, Tyne and Wear and Cumbria. With a population of 320,000 and no major cities Northumberland is the least densely populated county in England.   The site of many battles between the Scots and the English Northumberland […]

Visiting the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew London

There is so much to do and see at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew in London that you will need a day to explore – and put on comfy shoes because believe me you will do a lot of walking! At the end of the article you will find everything you need to know about the […]

A guide of things to do in Saltaire

Saltaire village in Yorkshire

The village of Saltaire can be found near Bradford in Yorkshire England. It was created by Sir Titus Salt (to which he and the river Aire which run though it give it the name) in the mid 19th century. Saltaire was built between 1851 and 1872 to provide the workers in his mill with decent housing […]