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My WeekendNotes - 148
The largest collection of exciting cars you'll find in the whole of the UK makes the British Motor Museum a must-visit h... [more]
With a reputation for cold crisp sunshine followed by snow, and a rich Catholic heritage Prague is a glorious place to s... [more]
Up on the outskirts of Oxford is a small nature reserve maintained by the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust. It may s... [more]
In the extremely beautiful Prague Old Town you'll find lots of historic gems. One such place is the Residence Green Lobs... [more]
Stationery can be beautiful, particularly in banks, and nowhere does it better than Tokyo's amazing shop Itoya, right in... [more]
The steep hills and sometimes narrow allies with cobbled streets make Prague an interesting place to navigate. Luckily, ... [more]
Prague, an enticing city of high culture, also has a range of unexpected museums around every street corner. Whether you... [more]
The largest UNIQLO in the world, right in Tokyo's Ginza retail heartland, sprawls over eight floors of rails, mirrors an... [more]
Where does our food come from, how does it get to us, and why should we care? A local project in Banbury is helping to a... [more]
Venice, a city of dreams, a city built on stilts, relies on its waterways for transport and leisure needs. Getting aroun... [more]
The Goethe museum takes you through the unusual, fabulous house inhabited by Goethe for childhood and early adult life. ... [more]
The nominal head of Venice, the doge, needed a sumptuous palace to demonstrate the extent of his power, and this palace ... [more]
One man's dream too look after crocodiles became a zoo open to the public in 2011. Rescued and bred crocodiles alike fil... [more]
The most valuable collection of Byzantine silver and gold in the world lies hidden in the side wing treasury at St Mark'... [more]
'Acqu'alta', 'high tide', the last thing anyone in Venice wants to hear, but even more so when you're a book shop openin... [more]
British but American but Irish, this bar lies in the shadow of the impressive Sensoji temple in the Asakusa region of To... [more]
A large community park maintained by Banbury Town Council in Oxfordshire, Spiceball Park offers somewhere to play, to wa... [more]
When spring arrives in Japan, the whole country celebrates, charting the movement of blossom across the islands and gene... [more]
Maidreamin - a place which has to be experienced to be believed, and could only thrive in Japan. In the place that broug... [more]
One whole section of Riga, just outside the old town, is a wealth of art nouveau buildings. One the corner of Alberta St... [more]
Noi e la Giulia, 'The Giulia and Us' is an Italian comedy, where the Giulia is an Alfa Romeo, not a woman. A gentle ... [more]
17/09/2015 - 18/10/2015
You think of Goethe in a literary context, but he also had a great love of art, and the collection he amassed is now dis... [more]
Alexandra Palace, Ally Pally, the People's Palace opened in 1873 to celebrate Queen Victoria's 54th birthday, a centre f... [more]
Formed as a volcanic plug, and shaped by glaciers into a crag and tail style, the North Berwick Law (known locally as si... [more]
The Traprain Law stands proudly tall in the lowlands of East Lothian, a site used for burials at least 3500 years ago, a... [more]
One of the oldest stone castles in Scotland, Hailes Castle may not immediately strike you as the most magnificent place ... [more]
Lindisfarne, the Holy Island, an isolated, peaceful spot off the Northumberland coast: this beautiful, atmospheric place... [more]
Off the coast of Northumberland lies the Holy Island of Lindisfarne. Cut off from the mainland at high tide, this small ... [more]
North Berwick is a wonderful place to visit for many reasons, not least because it is home to the national Seabird Centr... [more]
The movement to keep British towns beautiful has been strong right across the UK. In the 1990s, the seaside town of Nort... [more]
For all Seabird lovers, the Bass Rock, a volcanic plug far out in the Firth of Forth, 2km offshore and 5km NE from North... [more]
Versailles is an undeniably awesome palace, yet in the corners of the palace estates lies Le Grand Trianon. Next door to... [more]
What is genius? How would you recognise it? How would you capture its signs and present them for the world? The Bodle... [more]
21/03/2015 - 20/09/2015
Keen lepidopterists will revel in this wonderful butterfly farm, tucked just off the M4 in Wiltshire, outside Swindon. I... [more]
Everyone knows about Stonehenge, but just 20 miles north (25 by the roads), Avebury has its own stone circle as part of ... [more]
Millets Farm Falconry offers you the chance to see, watch fly and even handle over 80 birds of prey. Billed as the large... [more]
The Royal Academy - a home to British art since the Eighteenth Century, its exhibitions and shows have been some of the ... [more]
08/06/2015 - 16/08/2015
Rabbit holes and tea parties - the madcap side of Oxford comes to life once a year to celebrate Charles Dodgson's (AKA L... [more]
04/07/2015
In the heart of England's smallest county lies a massive nature reserve, Rutland Water. Whether you're keen on cycling r... [more]
The British sense of humour. It makes sense, right? Satire, the satirical print, that biting wit in visual form which so... [more]
01/06/2015 - 21/06/2015
Marlborough is one of those charming English country towns with a rich historical background and a great atmosphere. Hid... [more]
If you need perking up on a Monday morning, then here's a list of some great songs just for that special day of the week... [more]
The UK's leading producer of world-class opera, the English National Opera (ENO) presents a season of magical performanc... [more]
16/05/2015 - 08/06/2015
So, the Chinese emperor has kindly given you, the Japanese emperor, a giant panda, and you need to keep it fed constantl... [more]
Tell anyone in the vicinity that you're going for lunch at La Potiniere and you'll be met with a variety of gasps. How l... [more]
Always impressive, but not always particularly accessible to visitors, Oxford's Bodleian Library has opened a new, fabul... [more]
Belgium is well-known for its chocolate - think names such as Godiva, Leonidas and Neuhaus, whose boutiques line the tou... [more]
Romance and culture go hand in hand in one of the world's most unexpected cities. Venice is simply stunning, and ludicro... [more]
With fabulous devices affordable and relatively easy to use, everyone these days can take hundreds of photographs wherev... [more]
Snooker - you have to concentrate entirely on every shot, and think ahead. An absorbing combination of skill and physica... [more]
11/01/2015 - 18/01/2015
If you like shopping, be it gazing into windows of wonderful things, bustling to get a great bargain, or striding around... [more]
The city of dreaming spires... whether you're looking upwards or climbing up to look down, Oxford, nestled in the flat b... [more]
Just outside Oxford lies a gem of a park, the glorious 130 acres of trees known as Harcourt Arboretum. Located just outs... [more]
You can't get much more extravagant or awesome than the palace at Versailles, a place guaranteed to revise your ideas on... [more]
The Sun King's fabulous gardens open free - acres of space for all to explore. The gardens at Versailles are expansive, ... [more]
What do you do when you're a famous queen stifled by the restrictive pomp of your magnificent palace, the Sun-King's fan... [more]
Intricate and fascinating gardens surround Le Petit Trianon, Marie-Antoinette's getaway; even if you don't bother with t... [more]
The second busiest subway system in the world (after Moscow), Paris' Metro system is an extremely useful, organised and ... [more]
On the top of Stag Hill, so called from the time when monarchs would hunt deer there, stands an imposing, impressive Ang... [more]
Walking down any high street, you can always tell if there's a Lush nearby; you can smell it at 100 paces! Cosmetics, bu... [more]
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