Family Vacation Destinations in United Kingdom

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Lord's Cricket Ground

Well my love for cricket compelled me to write a post on a cricket stadium, but wait this is not an ordinary stadium ! It is one of the most prestigious and beautiful stadium in the world. Yes I am talking about the " Home of Cricket", " Mecca of Cricket"- Lord's. Welcome to LORDS'S
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Regent's Park

Its the park next to my home, and I must be visiting it once a week for sure. Regents Park is one of the bigger parks in London and the best landscaped one in my opinion. Its located between Baker Street, St Johns Wood, Camden and Kings Cross, with a squarish shape. Its got rose gardens, cherry blossoms, landscaped gardens, walking trails, lakes, football and cricket pitches, the London zoo, running tracks, a theatre, cafes and I don't know what else! Its so green in summer,with colours so vibrant that you actually feel that you have come to the woods and left the whole world behind!
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Royal Windsor Racecourse

The next destination to head to is the Windsor Racecourse for Monday races. It can qualify as one of the best evening watching the horse racing. The easiest and most fun way to get there is by boat. If you are lucky, you might just win enough to pay for an extended trip in the city.
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King's College Chapel

Don’t miss: The best way to explore this town is by taking a punting ride down the picturesque River Cam along the famous ‘backs’ (college gardens) and catching some great views of the famous colleges here. Also don’t skip King’s college chapel for a dose of truly stunning Gothic architecture.Eat: I find it fascinating to eat in places where my ancestors might have also dined, because these go back much so far in time. One such place is the Eagle pub that dates back to the 16th century. Order good old fish and chips and wash it down with a beer.Day 12 to 17: London Distance from Cambridge: 100km
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Trips Stories

Of course there is much more to see in the United Kingdom....

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Hiking is an idea to get fit and reach that summit, and no doubt that I look forward to attain those benefits too....

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Fisherman's Wharf is the best place for families and kids....

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With the glares and without the glares, with pouts and big eyes, of smiles and curiosity, candid and perfected, individual and family picture; everything happened on this trip....

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Inverness is a city in northern Scotland and it's the northern most city in United Kingdom....

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A little bit out of centre, there are a couple of family pub/restaurants that I really like....

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Buckingham Palace the London residence of the monarchy of the United Kingdom....

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With a perfect blend of history and modernity, the capital of United Kingdom has all the right reasons to top our wishlist!...

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The mystery of the megalithic monuments of “Stonehenge” located in Wiltshire region of England have always aroused a curiosity in us to learn and explore the story behind this prehistoric monument....

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Whether by chance or fate, of all the places in the world- my family and I ended up in Kent, England....

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It's a perfect place to go on a bright sunny day with your family....

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An iconic castle, rich literary heritage, residence to monarchs, lush green surroundings, spooky tales and probable home to Harry Potter… What’s not to love about Edinburgh?...

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Stonehenge London View of the Scottish capital from Edinburgh Castle Eilean Donan Castle Cadbury World Bath Edinburgh Birmingham When I decided to travel across United Kingdom all by myself, I didn’t know that this would give me such a high, but my first solo international trip definitely ended up being a lifetime experience....

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London can be an expensive city if you head to all the tourist traps....

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And it is also where water currents from the direction of New York, the United Kingdom and the isles of Scilly converge....

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One of the major tourist attractions is the home of Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare’s wife, and her family....

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From blog post in June 2014: I headed out to Lerwick (capital of Shetland) on May 31st via overnight ferry....

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An English Castle.. still used by the Royal Family ....

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There was a large noisy Spanish family group with at least 3 generations yelling and talking loudly....

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Not only was the place beautiful, the owners and their family at Heather Holiday Homes were extremely kind and welcoming, they even took us around and were the biggest reason that we had the wonderful time that we did....

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Path leading up to our cottage 'The Lodge', a wee cottage in Drimnin Estate Abandoned boat near the pier Waterfalls at the 'Glen Aros' Park At the 'Tobermory' port on Isle of Mull Tobermory Distillery Enroute Salen via Ulva Ardnamurchan Distillery - newest one in scotland Volcano!...

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