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When winter arrives and it’s starting to get cold, to rain and to be windy we do not necessarily have much courage to go outside. But when you live in a dynamic city like London there is always something to do and even bad weather should not stop us from having fun. Discover below a few outing ideas for when the weather is gloomy:   1- Go to the museum to educate yourself Natural History Museum There are many museums in London and there is one for every taste. For art enthusiasts we name the most famous ones such as the Tate Modern, the Tate Britain, the British Museum, the V&A Museum or the National Portrait Gallery. Those eager to learn will have to go to the Science Museum or the Natural History Museum. The history lovers cannot miss the Imperial War Museum. 2- Gather around an Afternoon Tea An Afternoon Tea…

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The end of the year has kind of a strange atmosphere, it’s cold and it snows, family gatherings are approaching, decorations and festive songs come out of nowhere… if you like this period then you should spend Christmas in London! The British capital becomes a magical place in December and you will notice that the Brits do like to celebrate Christmas.   1- The Christmas lights Regent Street At the beginning of November street lights and decorations start to be installed. And in December the entire city centre becomes illuminated and it’s magnificent:  have a stroll around Oxford Street, Regent street, Carnaby Street and the Seven Dials… Regents’ street counts more than 300.000 lights! Also have a look at the big mistletoe chandelier in Covent Garden Market!   2- Winter Wonderland Winter Wonderland is a free-to-enter family event located in Hyde Park. It is a kind of Christmas amusement park,…

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Whereas Scotland and Ireland are competing for first place in terms of a nature friendly country, Wales remains an under-rated and little-known location. South Wales attracts more tourists due to Cardiff, Wales’ capital city. Discover in this article the numerous attributes that North Wales has to offer and why you absolutely need to go! The Peacefulness North Wales is still not very touristy so it’s very pleasant to travel to and visit the country at your own pace without crowds of tourists. A heaven of serenity!   The Atmosphere Wales is a typical area where people speak English and Welsh. Welsh is still taught at school and it’s the first Celtic language spoken in the world after Irish. All the road signs are in English and Welsh. Welsh people are very proud of their nationality and like to hang up the country’s flag everywhere (a red dragon on a white…

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