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The British Museum

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If you only have one reason to visit London....
You may be familiar with a famous line that begins with 'It was the best of times, it was the....'. Normally, this sentence would end with 'worst of times'. However, when it comes to the British Museum, the sentence would undoubtedly be 'It was the best of times, it was the best of times'. Why?To visit the British Museum in London is to see the very best of the best. What I mean by this is that you will see the very best of the best empires that the World has ever seen. To visit the British Museum, clearly one of London's Premier attractions, is to literally place yourself in the history and culture of the best(and worst) who have gone before.
What you'll see at the Museum
One of the great things about the Museum, is that it is one of the most central of London's attractions. With close proximity to Hyde Park, Holborn, and the Thames River, the British Museum is close enough to other attractions, that it …
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The Beauty of KentWhen it comes to the UK, few places can match the beauty of Kent. Why you ask?The strength of this South-Eastern county lies in it's diversity. Whether you hanker for historic castles, modern transport and suburbs, or, gateways to Europe, Kent has it all.Of course, I have a vested interest in Kent. My mother was born there, and still resides there. As such, I have visited the county many times.Despite my vested interest, I believe that Kent has much to offer. I would like to share some of those reasons with you, and I am confident that you will see the 'magic' that this county has to offer...and the lifelong memories that will be formed when you visit. Folkestone Kent
In my job as editor of a London business directory, I have had the opportunity to visit Folkestone a few times in recent years, here is what I discovered:
AccomodationPictured below is a traditional Folkestone street. The average house is a standard 2 up, 2 down style, which means that genera…