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Category Archive: Europe

Nov 10 2015

Lichfield: A Hidden Treasure in the Heart of England

I have travelled a fair bit around the world, but there are still so many places in the UK that I have never been to.  The city of Lichfield was one of these, until recently.  I have to be honest with you here; I hadn’t made a conscious effort to go there, but, as I was passing, …

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Oct 30 2015

Salisbury Cathedral

It was one of those things: I had been to Salisbury on business a number of times, but I had never had the chance to explore the city.  Having recently returned to the UK, I’m keen to see all that the UK has to offer.  So, on a recent visit to Salisbury, I had to see inside the walls of …

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Sep 01 2015

Tower Bridge & The Glass Floor Walkways

During my numerous trips to London over the years, I had taken so many photos of Tower Bridge from all sorts of angles.  The one thing I hadn’t done was go inside.  It had never even crossed my mind to do so; that was until I wrote about it one Foto Friday.  Having done a …

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Aug 21 2015

The Magnificent, Medieval Ely Cathedral

It was late, and I was on my way back to Bishop’s Stortford after a great day out in Thetford.  I got on the first train that came along, thinking it would take me to Cambridge where I could change trains to get back to Bishop’s Stortford.  When the ticket inspector came along, he told me that …

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Aug 18 2015

Thetford: A Town Full of Surprises

While I was working in Bishop’s Stortford for five weeks, I wanted to continue on with what I had started while I was living in Poland – exploring my surroundings on the one day off I had.  So, I did, and my first trip was to Thetford.  I had heard of Thetford, but I knew …

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Aug 14 2015

Thetford Priory

On my return to the UK, one of the first places I visited was Thetford in Norfolk.  When I arrived at the train station, I headed straight for the priory, which was the only thing I knew about the town.  As ruins goes, the priory is pretty spectacular because the site is huge, which makes …

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