Late in bed, with a mind that refuses to switch off, AlexandraLuella rambles on about her secret paint-sniffing habits. Also, shows you a side of London – if that does lure you into this post, then hey it works.
Unlike the Buckingham Palace which is always moated by tourists with their annoying selfie sticks, Fulham Palace is (or rather was) surrounded by an actual moat, what’s more the longest domestic moat in England. When you have some time to spare or are allergic to selfie sticks, pack your picnic bag and head to Fulham Palace. There will only be children playing, moms sipping wine and a big green garden. Everyone’s happy – a rare, beautiful sight in London.
A 15ft-by-7ft elaborately decorated space in Bury St Edmund. The smallest pub in Britain as confirmed by Guinness World Records. This place has one too many stories to tell, a mummified black cat and a few extraordinary guests from the past you might be spooked to meet.
This is a charming little market town in east of Suffolk, west of England. There sits the UK’s largest brewery and ironically, the smallest pub in the country! Our adventure reached its peak when we encountered a herd of grazing sheep and learnt about the story of martyr St Edmund with the talking wolf. Come see..
I did The Best View of Béziers before so I thought I would do the same this time since I found an equally enchanting one here from York city wall. I promise they are going to take your breath away…
York is an enchanting city in north-east England, a medieval city that seems to have escaped the steely claws of industrialisation that is booming around and within it. There is a 13th-century Roman wall which spirals round the city, like a strip of bandage encircling the homes and the shops and the economies and identities of the English society.