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The Ultimate Harry Potter Travel Bucket List
Did you know that you can actually take magic lessons in a castle, or sign a wall in the cafe where J.K. Rowling began to write the famous series? Potterheads who love history, fun book and movie facts, and endless amounts of Harry Potter memorabilia should — no, must — visit these themed spots all over the world. From majestic castles and train rides over rolling Scottish hillsides to historic hotels and secret wizarding shops, Muggles fulfilling this Harry Potter travel bucket list will be ent
What to Pack For London in Winter - The Dolce Hunter
What to pack for London! #Travel #TravelPacking #London My daughter and I are taking off in a couple of weeks to head over to London and the Hampshire countryside. Since it has been forever and a day since I have traveled internationally, I feel I need to reeducate myself on how to prepare and properly pack for an overseas trip. I thought I…
London in winter - a guide to things to do and where to stay
London | UK - Tips on how to enjoy your trip to London even in the bleakest days of winter. From visiting museums, catching a show and cosy pubs, winter is great in London.
All-in-One Leather Pop Clutch
Oh my! This travel must-have is definitely going on my wishlist! The cute and colorful All-in-One Leather Pop Clutch is the new way to travel simply! It has plenty of pockets and space for my cards, cash, and coins as well as a pen, key, and even my passport! Why carry everything separately when I can have all my travel essentials in one convenient (and stylish) accessory? Don’t be weighed down by a heavy and bulky purse. Instead, be empowered to travel lightly and check out this super clutch!
London Markets - Top 5 Guide
When you're looking for a casual stroll through a typical London market for either food, souvenirs or fun people-watching. Top 5 Guide Best Markets in London Best Things to Do in London Best Things to See in London Best of Where to Go in London
Erected in 1599, The Globe was London’s first theater built by and for actors. As one of seven shareholders in the company that commissioned it (not to mention the company’s chief playwright), Shakespeare probably had some say in the theater’s design. He wrote many of his plays, from Julius Caesar on, with this venue in mind. To quote the bard, "O for a muse of fire!" Henry V