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  • Antique Shop in Burford Cotswolds, ReadyClickANdGO

    Visit to Burford in Cotswolds

    Burford, one of England’s prettiest small medieval towns in Cotswolds is exclusive places to shop, eat, drink and stay. The name Burford is said to mean a defended settlement by a ford. Burford is situated 20 miles west of Oxford at the crossing of the A40 with the Read more…

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    RIDE INTO THE PAST – The Brecon Mountain Railway

    “Quick. I can see the steam.”  We locked the car and ran as fast as possible towards the station. At the ticket office we rudely interrupted a lady in front of us in order to get the tickets for our steam train ride on the Brecon Mountain Railway. With tickets Read more…


    Hereford Cathedral

    On the way back from Hay-on-Wye we stopped at Hereford Cathedral which dates from 1079 and houses one of the oldest maps of the world called Mappa Mundi. Unfortunately taking photos of the map itself is not allowed but if you have the chance Google “Mappa Mundi”. Very interesting!        

  • UK travel with ReadyClickAndGo

    Who is St Dunstan?

    We visited St Dunstan Church in Monks Risborough and he is a jolly interesting chap! For over 200 years St Dunstan was England’s favourite saint, partly perhaps because he is said to have pulled the devil’s nose with his blacksmith’s pincers when he disguised himself as Read more…

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Nebojsa, the ‘fearless ‘ Tower  

In the Lower Town of Belgrade Fortress, just before the Sava River flows smoothly into the Danube, gracefully stands a 500 year old towerlooking towards New Belgrade.  This is Nebojsa Tower, built around 1460 as part of the city’s defence system protecting the core of the city from the Ottomans and sometimes called ‘the last Read more…


10 of the most Instagrammable buildings of China

Do you know what the Summer Palace, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven in Beijing and Chengde’s Mountain Resort sites have in common? All of them were built by a dozen members of the Lei family, architects for eight generations, and their creations are today known in Chinese as Yangshi Lei, meaning “Lei Read more…