12 Destinations From Your Favourite Childhood Books That You Had No Idea Were Real!
Their neighbourhood is the fictitious village of Peterswood, an alternative to the real life Marlow in South Buckinghamshire in England....
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When I stepped out of my Frances Lodge, the first place I visited was the Windsor Castle. It is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world. It is the royal residence of Windsor. The beautiful architecture and the protective walls dominate the landscape of this delightful city. If you want to visit the castle with the added bonus of not having to pay, then go to the 6 p.m. Prayer service, held every evening in St Georges Chapel. You can also enjoy the panoramic view of the Great Windsor Park with the Long Walk.
Not to miss cruising the Thames and enjoying a view of the spectacular city. Great attractions on either sides. And picture of tower bridge and the Shards.IMPORTANT Checklist:Oysters Travel CardLondon Pass (Free entry to great attractions)An umbrella and your favourite jacket as the english weather is just unpredictable.Things not to miss :Grab London's best fish & chip combo.
A series of mystery books very similar to Famous Five, The Five Find-Outers is based on the adventures of five friends and a dog who solve mysteries in their neighbourhood before a local policeman Mr. Goon solves it. Their neighbourhood is the fictitious village of Peterswood, an alternative to the real life Marlow in South Buckinghamshire in England. You can read more about real-life Five Find-Outers locations here.11. Five On A Treasure Island