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Re:Loaded

Re:Loaded is a special exhibition at the Royal Armouries in Leeds. It was interesting to see and I will share a few highlights from it. I would have to say that they could have done a better job with the descriptions, as we had to take a booklet with us to read the details about […]

Runnymede

Runnymede

Runnymede is the birthplace of the Magna Carta. On 15 June 1215 King John has signed the Magna Carta in this open landscape. It is close to London, on the Thames, but of course, pre-cars and pre-paved-roads, it was rather far. Luckily Runnymede has kept its open landscape and it is a wonderful place to […]

St Mary Redcliffe Church

St Mary Redcliffe Church

St Mary Redcliffe Church is an 800 years old church. It’s huge and it could easily be a cathedral, but there is a cathedral too and I will post about that one later. This church is beautiful and has some very interesting features. It is also free to visit. I’ve been to Bristol before and […]

The Centre for Computing History

The Centre for Computing History

The Centre for Computing History is a museum in Cambridge, which is a must see for everybody, as we are all using computers in our everyday lives. I found it fascinating. Enjoy the pictures I selected from the museum. First of all, do check their website. I love the old look of it, it’s very […]

Pendon museum

Pendon museum is a lovely place which ‘preserves the idyllic rural scene and transport of the 1920s and 30s in a miniature form for future generations to enjoy’. The models present parts of the English countryside and not a specific place. The amount of details is so impressive. I shared a lot of pictures, so […]

Watlington

Watlington is a small market town in Oxfordshire, great for a stroll on a sunny day. For a town with just above 2000 people, it has a lot of things to offer, shops, beautiful houses, a lovely pub, and a gorgeous cafe. Enjoy the pictures.

Aberystwyth Castle

Aberystwyth

I few days ago I talked about the vegan options in Aberystwyth and today I will talk about the town. It is situated in mid-Wales, on the coast. It had about 16k citizens at the last census. Despite its size, it has quite a few tourist attractions on offer. It is both an university town […]

Pen Dinas Hill Fort

Pen Dinas Hill Fort

Pen Dinas Hill Fort is a touristic attraction in Aberystwyth. It is a large Iron Age hillfort. Some excavations took place in the 1930s, but only limited. The first fort was abandoned and a new one was made around 300 BCE. There are some prehistoric houses still visible nearby. Enjoy the pictures!