The Lake District is one of the most visited, and most picturesque, areas of England. A designated National Park, most visit for the walking routes through stunning scenery and the boat tours along the lakes. But scratch beneath the surface and there’s a lot more do to when you’re not hiking or sailing! Here are some ideas to get you started.
Formally known as the City of Brighton and Hove, this South East city in England is a 90-minute drive from the UK capital London and attracted 11,234,000 visitors in 2016. This English destination is famous for its 5.8-mile pebbly beach (which was voted one of the Top cities with brilliant beaches in Lonely Planet), its progressive attitude of the LGBTQ+ community by hosting one of the largest pride festivals in England and the decadent Brighton Pavillion. It is easy to see why so many tourists flock to see this English culturally vibrant destination.
1. The Full English breakfast comprises of various components: bacon or sausages or both, hash browns, beans, toast, black pudding (sausage made from pigs blood hence the dark colouring,) eggs (however you like them), mushrooms and tomatoes. Contrary to popular belief, we don’t eat them every day and are usually reserved for a hangover or weekend……..