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Sussex is a lovely and diversified county located in southeast England. It features a vast array of beautiful landscapes, from forests and country fields to coastal plains with spectacular beaches. There are numerous urban areas and quaint, unspoiled villages scattered throughout the ...
I hated the 6 month quarantine of my dogs when I received military orders to England.
I really enjoyed my visit of St Mary's Church. It helped me know more history about the old town of Rye. I also felt the peace of Christian religion fulfilled in the church.
Yesterday I went for a walk around the City of Canterbury, as I retrace my steps, allow me to be your guide. This city is full of culture, history, and beauty. Read on to find out more.,
Hever Castle is a beautiful and impressive Tudor building, which has a strong connection of Anne Bolyen and Henry VIII. It’s a great place for a day out.
Herne Bay is a modest little seaside with a lot to offer. Read on to find out why this is.
I have been living at Herne bay for 13 years now, and it feels like home to me. Read on to find out why
Wakehurst Place and the Millennium Seed Bank is a great place for garden lovers. To ordinary tourists it’s an enjoyable place to explore too.
Bodiam Castle is a beautiful and impressive 14th century castle, which has fantastic towers and broad moat outside and a fairytale atmosphere inside. It’s a great place for a day out.
Why not take a visit to Chessington World of Adventures with the family this summer. It's a great day out. Here is what I got up to when I visited there recently.
Bayham Abbey is impressive ruins that include much of the 13th to 15th-century church. It connects the history of Dissolution of the Monasteries and King Henry VIII.
Standen has since become an icon of the Arts & Crafts Movement with its Philip Webb architecture and Morris & Co. furnishings.
Quebec House is a Tudor style building and was a childhood home of James Wolfe who was killed at the peak of the battle of Quebec.
Bishopstone is an area not many people know about, here are some interesting facts about it.
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