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10 Beatles Landmarks You Must Visit in Liverpool


The Beatles changed the way we listen to music forever, inspiring countless artists to pick up a guitar, pen or microphone to create the music we know and love today.

Their hits, such as Hey Jude and All You Need is Love, are as loved today as much as they were once released, and we have only one city to thank for the Fab Four: Liverpool.

So, if you’re a fan of The Beatles, you must check out the following 10 landmarks in Liverpool. Read the full story

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Lesser Known London: 4 Little Known About Treats

Given its stature as a leading world destination, there aren’t many unturned stones in London as far as city secrets go. Read most guides and tourist information about the city and the same old attractions rear their heads again and again. Look a little closer though and scratch the surface and you’ll see London has a lot of little known about treats to offer newcomers and more seasoned visitors alike.  Read the full story

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Britain’s Most Beautiful Coves and Beaches


With thousands of UK beaches to choose from, I want to make sure that when planning my staycation, I’m close to the most beautiful coves and golden sands that Britain has on offer. After doing my own research and reading recommendation after recommendation, it soon became clear that these are the beaches I need to head to. Read the full story

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Just the Facts: Edinburgh


Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland. The city is located on the southern shore of river Firth of Forth. The city is the largest settlement of the Lothian area of Scotland. Lothian is the area comprising of Scottish lowland and comprises of West Lothian, East Lothian, Med Lothian and Edinburg. Other major towns of the Lothian area are Dunbar, Bathgate, Linlithgow and Livingston. Edinburgh is said to be built on 7 hills. The population of the city is 850,000. Read the full story

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Top Tourist Spots in Manchester

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Football. Pride. Amazing nightlife. Manchester has so much to offer to a sightseer – whether you’re visiting the area for the first time or are a regular city dweller, you’ll always find something new and exciting going on, at any time of year. Read the full story

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Be More Practical and Learn English in the UK

Are you having a hard time learning English? Maybe you want to consider learning it in some of the UK’s best cities. Actually, there are other places in the United Kingdom where you can also learn English. Here are your top five choices. Read the full story

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Romantic Breaks in the UK

I wandered lonely as a cloud

That floats on high o’er vales and hills,

When all at once I saw a crowd,

A host, of golden daffodils;

Beside the lake, beneath the trees,

Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.

So begins the quintessential Lake District poem by the famed Regency Romantic Wordsworth, written in 1802 during his residency in Dove Cottage, in this beautiful region of the UK. Wordsworth lived in Dove Cottage between 1799 and 1808, in the hamlet of Town End, Grasmere – and it was here that the lakes, hills, moors and mountains inspired him to some of his greatest works. Read the full story

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London Layover Survival Guide

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London is one of the world’s most popular vacation destinations. But it’s also one of the world’s most common layover destinations. If you find yourself in the Heathrow Airport Car parking lot or sitting in one of its terminals, you’re not alone. Countless people find themselves in similar situations every day. But what to do with a London layover that allows just enough to go crazy with boredom but not enough time to get out and see the sights? Here are a few highlights from some London’s most popular airports.  Read the full story

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Travel the UK: Amanda of A Crafty Traveler

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Woop! The London Olympics are here and the whole of the UK is struck by Games Fever! Having been in the crowds for beach volleyball yesterday I (Will) was lucky to be part of all the fun and, in typical London fashion, got soaked in the rain in the process. Anyway, how apt is it today that we’re publishing our first ever UK-based travel tips article to coincide with London 2012? Yes TraveLinkSites is in on it too!

Thanks to the lovely Amanda, a Canadian expat living in Liverpool, we get to learn all about what it’s like to live and travel in the Great British Isles and find out more about Amanda’s site A Crafty Traveler in the process. Let’s see what she has to say! Read the full story

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