Travel Articles - Europe
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- A Trip to Sunderland
Arsenal supporter Anders Imboden describes a match at Sunderland AFC's
Stadium of Light and offers tips for foreign footie fans.
Amateur Historian's Guide to the Heart of England
Book review: This
informative, engaging, 410-page paperback describes nearly 200 medieval and
Tudor sites within two hours of London.
Explore 2,000 years of English history atop the White Cliffs of Dover. The
castle's attractions include a medieval keep, a battlements walk, and a tour of
WWII's Secret Wartime Tunnels.
When in England, do as the Romans did. Twenty miles of
well-preserved ruins are just a stone's throw from Newcastle (see below).
Queen Victoria's favorite resort island lies
just two miles off the English coast.
North East England's liveliest city is the home of
Newcastle Brown Ale, the Newcastle United Football Club, and a lot
more--including a new bridge, a revitalized riverfront, and cultural
England's leading art colony is also a popular
Barge Cruises & Canal Boats
Explore Europe's waterways in luxury, or
rent a boat and pilot it yourself.
& Wenford Railway
Combine a steam-railway journey with
hiking or cycling in Cornwall.
Island Ferries, Part 2: Channel
Take a boat from England to Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, Herm, or Sark.
Island Ferries, Part 3: Isle of Man
This British Crown Dependency lies in the Irish Sea, midway between Ireland,
Scotland, England, and Wales.
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