Review No. 1.
London was pleasantly surprised at the airport: all the terminals of the British capital are connected to the suburban train stations, so you can get to the city center in just 15 minutes. After landing at Gatvick, I took the train to Victoria station. The ticket cost £ 12. It is, of course, expensive, but very convenient. The centre can also be reached by bus. They are cheaper, but also go to the final destination longer. Continue reading
Travel to small European cities is a pleasure for the elite. The measured rhythm of the province and the afternoon calm can not be compared with boiling, colorful megacities. However, quite often small towns are as popular as the giant capitals.
The world-famous Cambridge (Cambridge) is a two-hour drive from the bustling, hard-working London. In the view of many, it is one famous and ancient University. A place where future luminaries live, real scholars, students who in the future will become famous all over the world. As if not quite the city, and a huge student hostel. Indeed, most of the land of Cambridge officially belongs to the University, which is divided into different colleges – king’s College, Trinity (Trinity), where he studied Newton and Byron, St. James (St. James) and others. Continue reading
A creaking door, the fading candle and mystical shadows in the hallway. All this is included in the set of additional services in some hotels in England on Halloween. A rare adventurer refuses to spend the night in a Gothic Victorian house, where before all saints ‘ Day you can meet the spirit of a mysteriously murdered hostess. British newspaper The Mail offers the best hotels with ghosts.
Selsdon Park Hotel, Surrey
At the Selsdon Park hotel, anyone can meet a mysterious woman in grey robes who seeps through thick walls covered with ivy from the outside and sometimes spreads her wings. Continue reading