Glasgow Scotland 


By the 1800’s Glasgow had become the world’s major centre of ship building and the second most important city in the whole of the British Empire. The city of Glasgow owes its origins to St Mungo who established his church here in 600AD. He was the Archbishop for Strathclyde and it is believed that the name of the city was taken from his description of the community that lived here at that time ‘Clas-gu’ which translates to ‘Dear Family’. It became a city that was based upon the church and…

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England London 


If you are travelling to the United Kingdom no visit would be complete without spending some time in the capital. There is so much to see and do here that you could easily fill a long weekend seeing the sights and still be left wanting to see more. No matter what you look for in a city break London has it all, from centuries of history to the very best in interactive museum exhibitions which use the very latest cutting edge technology. London has attractions that will thrill and inspire…

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Durham England 


Durham is a stunning cathedral city in the heart of the north east of England.  Not only does this city boast a beautiful cathedral there is also a fabulous castle and some amazing old university buildings. With the river running lazily through its centre it is a modern city with a very firm grasp on the past. The pretty cobbled streets are a reminder of the city’s medieval past, and from atop the steep hill the cathedral and the castle stands proud against the skyline. The city of Durham has…

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