Hastings is one of my favourite beach resorts in England. Like Brighton, this seaside resort was developed during Victorian times.
If your idea of a perfect weekend includes walking in beautiful countryside, exploring old country towns and eating delicious fresh food then this could be the destination for you!
Cheltenham is a quintessential English town, with lush greenery and quaint architecture. The historic buildings are stunning to say the least, but what’s even more impressive are their age-old designs. This blog post will show you some of the most beautiful historic buildings in Cheltenham and tell you how they were designed!
The movie a Little Chaos by Alan Rickman is what I would call an inspiration for beginner photographers. The film follows Kate Winslet as she moves from her successful career as an architect to designing gardens and landscape architecture. She takes on the challenge of restoring France’s famous gardens at King Louis XIV’s Palace of Versailles, which was in danger due to neglect and lack of funds. You’ll find yourself wanting more after watching this flick because there are so many inspiring moments that will make you want to go out and take pictures!
Bath is a city in the west of England, with a rich history and culture. This blog post will explore one of the many tourist attractions here: The golden coloured stones, Regency period buildings. Starting at Pulteney Bridge, this walk leads you to some of Bath’s top attractions, including Queen Square and Royal Crescent. Along the way you’ll see stunning Georgian architecture that was built during the 18th century, as well as plenty of public art to enjoy!
The city of Brighton is a great tourist destination with many things to do. The coast has some beautiful views and the pier offers amazing attractions. There are also plenty of shops, restaurants, and bars to visit while you’re there! You’ll have no problem finding something that interests you in this lively seaside town!