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England-Vacations-Travel:

London - Part 23

Afternoon Tea:

On the other hand, Afternoon Tea is nearly always a very pleasant experience.

While the British are renowned for tea drinking, and teatime, most visitors are

unaware that the actual British Afternoon Tea (which includes the food that

accompanies the beverage) is a rapidly disappearing institution.

Afternoon Tea

consists of dainty, crustless sandwiches (of at least two varieties), scones

with heaps of butter, jam and Devonshire (ideally the clotted variety) cream,

and cake or pastries, all accompanied by a bottomless pot of the finest tea.

Perhaps it is due to the current obsession with nutrition and not over

indulging, but the idea of what amounts to a full meal between lunch and dinner

is just not fashionable any more. Of course the easy solution to this is to skip

lunch, or to eat a late and light dinner.

Afternoon Tea is available in the

restaurants of department stores and in many of the finer hotels. It can be

expensive but most worthwhile, especially at one of the finer well-established

London hotels.

Afternoon tea is often mistakenly called High Tea - particularly in the former

colonies. High Tea is the same as afternoon tea but with the addition of a hot

entr e such as sausages or Welsh Rarebit (melted cheese on toast), but this is

rarely served in restaurants and is meant as a definite alternative to dinner.

High Tea is still very popular, originally designed as a meal to be served in

the nursery to children as a replacement for the more formal dinner.

It is now

served in many British households particularly on a Sunday evening. So if you

are lucky enough to be hosted by British friends or relatives, request one of

the two types of 'tea.' Whatever your choice, when in London be sure to partake

in this most civilized of customs at least once.

England-Vacations-Travel:

Hampton Court Palace - Part 3

The Chapel Royal, where Henry VIII worshipped, is still a consecrated Anglican

church. It's open for visits from Monday through Saturday, and you can worship

with the choir on Sundays. See the Chapel Royal page at the Hampton Court Palace

Web site for information on religious services.

Also see "Things to See and Do" for descriptions of the King's Apartments of

William III, the Queen's State Apartments of Mary II, the palace's courtyards

and cloisters, and other indoor and outdoor attractions at Hampton Court Palace.

Tudor Kitchens

The Tudor Kitchens of Hampton Court Palace are popular with

visitors of all ages, but they're more than a tourist attraction. In these

reconstructed kitchens, which once occupied 50 rooms of the palace, a team of

"experimental archaeologists" study everyday palace life in Henry VIII's time by

cooking, eating, and working with implements and techniques from the 1500s. They

even make their own clothes, which they wear both on the job and in their living

quarters within the palace.

Note: Hampton Court Palace recommends that you allow 20 minutes for a quick walk

through the Tudor Kitchens or 25 minutes if you're using the free audio-guide.

England-Vacations-Travel:

Welcome to Wales - Part 13

Snowdonia National Park

Mount Snowdon Photo courtesy of Dave Newbould While Wales is home to three

national parks - Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdonia National Park and

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Snowdonia is one of the most popular

destinations in the country. Mount Snowdon, in northwest Wales, is the

centerpiece of the park and also the tallest mountain in Wales and England

towering over the countryside at 1085 metres (nearly 3,560 feet). The mountain

is an impressive sight in both scenery and proportion. The park itself was

established in 1951 and is one of the largest National Parks in Britain, second

only to England's Lake District.

Much more than a National Park, Snowdonia is a worthwhile area for several

reasons. The park plays host to dozens of recreational opportunities: walking,

hiking, climbing, pony trekking, whitewater rafting and many others. The view

from the summit of Mount Snowdon, whether it is reached by riding the Snowdon

Mountain Railway or by climbing, is spectacular. The mountain overlooks the

landscape of flowing rivers and small mountain villages. Approximately 500,000

people reach the summit each year.

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England-Vacations-Travel:

Welcome to Wales - Part 13

Snowdonia National Park

Mount Snowdon Photo courtesy of Dave Newbould While Wales is home to three

national parks - Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdonia National Park and

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Snowdonia is one of the most popular

destinations in the country. Mount Snowdon, in northwest Wales, is the

centerpiece of the park and also the tallest mountain in Wales and England

towering over the countryside at 1085 metres (nearly 3,560 feet). The mountain

is an impressive sight in both scenery and proportion. The park itself was

established in 1951 and is one of the largest National Parks in Britain, second

only to England's Lake District.

Much more than a National Park, Snowdonia is a worthwhile area for several

reasons. The park plays host to dozens of recreational opportunities: walking,

hiking, climbing, pony trekking, whitewater rafting and many others. The view

from the summit of Mount Snowdon, whether it is reached by riding the Snowdon

Mountain Railway or by climbing, is spectacular. The mountain overlooks the

landscape of flowing rivers and small mountain villages. Approximately 500,000

people reach the summit each year.

England-Vacations-Travel:

London - Part 1

London is a city unlike any other. Nowhere can duplicate its unique character

and atmosphere. Although there may be other newer cities that are more modern

and just as urbane in the English-speaking world- New York City being a prime

example; London is a place that should be experienced if at all possible. London

is the keystone of England, and to most English speakers it is, in a way, home.

That is not to say that London is exclusively for the English speaker, for

people the world over who are fortunate enough to be able to travel there, it is

an incredibly popular destination. In these days of globalization, London is

like a common denominator - its links with the rest of the world seem unlimited.

Sociological and artistic trends have often had their beginnings in London.

While certain aspects of London can be the quintessence of England, on the other

hand, few places are as cosmopolitan. Certainly in terms of tolerance and

acceptance of other cultures and lifestyles, London, while not perfect, leads

the way.

England-Vacations-Travel:

London - Part 16

Hampton Court was originally purchased by Cardinal Wolsey, Henry VIII's trusted

Lord Chancellor. He turned the comparatively modest courtyard house into a

palace - largely to impress his king and to provide suitable lodgings for him on

casual visits.

When Wolsey fell out of favor at the time of the reformation,

Henry took over the palace and it became crown property. The palace was further

expanded to accommodate Henry's court of around 1,000 and it became very popular

with the Tudor monarchs.

Today what remains of the Tudor palace is significant,

but only a fraction of what was added by Henry and later by his daughter

Elizabeth I. The other part of the palace is the royal apartments, designed by

Sir Christopher Wren for King William and Queen Mary.

The whole of Hampton

Court, both inside and out, is lovingly restored and maintained and is a 'must

see' on any London itinerary. Many people return on every visit to London.

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England-Vacations-Travel:

London - Part 7

Orientation and Transportation

Planning is essential for any visitor to London, while free time should be

allowed to wander the streets and districts of London. Although itinerary should

be thought out and information on transportation and admissions to a particular

site obtained in advance.

The geographical divisions of London can be confusing,

and the vast size of London and Greater London very intimidating to the

uninitiated. This should not deter visitors though; by studying a map finding

where you want to go should be relatively simple.

The River Thames splits the

city in two. Most (but certainly not all) of the well known major attractions

are located north of the river, and most of these are confined to a fairly

central area.

The city is also divided into compass points, this can get very

confusing, it is always better to pinpoint a proposed destination on a map

before going there. If you do get lost, Londoners are more than willing to offer

directions, and are quite used to being asked. Unless a person is very familiar

with the streets of London, driving a vehicle within Central London should not

be considered.

Traffic congestion is legendary, and the one-way street system

confuses even the most seasoned London driver.

England-Vacations-Travel:

The North of England - Part 14

Chester is famous for The Rows, several streets consisting mostly of two-tiered

lines of shops and offices connected by pedestrian walkways. Certain of the rows

feature attractive black and white timbered buildings with a definite Tudor

appearance. Some guidebooks even list them as such, and though the origins of

the Rows probably date back prior to medieval times, in fact the actual Tudor

buildings are clever Victorian reproductions. Nevertheless these buildings

certainly have enhanced the attractiveness of the city.

The Walls of Chester were first constructed around the year A.D. 70. This was to

keep the Welsh (Chester is still very close to the border with Wales) out of the

Roman fortress.

Shortly thereafter the walls were reconstructed out of local

sandstone. Over the years their position has been altered slightly, but since

shortly after the English civil war of the 1600s, when they were rebuilt as a

sort of promenade, they have been a major attraction in the city. A great

introduction to Chester is to take a leisurely stroll along the two-mile (3.2

km) Clock Tower in York circumference of the walls. Among the highlights along

the path of the walls is the lovely Victorian Eastgate Clock. It is also

possible to see the remains of the Roman Amphitheatre.

England-Vacations-Travel:

Welcome to Wales - Part 13

Snowdonia National Park

Mount Snowdon Photo courtesy of Dave Newbould While Wales is home to three

national parks - Brecon Beacons National Park, Snowdonia National Park and

Pembrokeshire Coast National Park - Snowdonia is one of the most popular

destinations in the country. Mount Snowdon, in northwest Wales, is the

centerpiece of the park and also the tallest mountain in Wales and England

towering over the countryside at 1085 metres (nearly 3,560 feet). The mountain

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established in 1951 and is one of the largest National Parks in Britain, second

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from the summit of Mount Snowdon, whether it is reached by riding the Snowdon

Mountain Railway or by climbing, is spectacular. The mountain overlooks the

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"It's a lonely, desolate land full of ancient history and remarkable desert scenery at every turn. Shiprock, in the Northwestern New Mexico, offers great climbing opportunities anytime of year, especially in thefall season. Get ready for a real Native American..."
 
 
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"A good many adventure travelers refrain from traveling across the border into Mexico, largely because they don't have a command of the language. But, as featured in this lively article, knowing the language isn't necessarily a requirement if you want..."
 
 

 
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