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Iconic Experiences
• Keep gasping in delight as you explore Central London and come face to
face with all the classic scenes. Double decker buses, the Houses of Parlia-
ment, Tower Bridge, bright red phone boxes, Piccadilly Circus, then savor it
all from the top of the London Eye. You won't meet many locals, but you'll
fill the camera roll with dozens of famous sights. (see Chapter 4: London)
• Wander the cute medieval streets of Oxford, reveling in the illustrious history
of this stunning university town. Once you're done admiring the buildings
and cathedral, step inside atmospheric taverns and explore side-streets that
dance with charm. (see Chapter 5: Around London and Southeast England)
• Go back in time and stand before the great Neolithic rocks of Stonehenge, an
ancient riddle that historians are still struggling to solve. Nowhere can better
exemplify the time travel conundrum of England, particularly if you've come
straight from the city lights of London. (see Chapter 6: Southwest England)
• Get lost in the rolling hills of the Peak District National Park. Hike along
deserted country trails and then reappear besides a cute traditional pub. For
a remote escape into rural England it's hard to find a more fitting place. (see
Chapter 7: The Midlands)
• Go on a musical tinged journey through Liverpool, feasting your eyes on the
Victorian monuments before a Magical Mystery Tour reveals the hometown
of the Beatles. Even at 2pm on a Wednesday you can be singing along in the
atmospheric cavern where the fab four first performed. (see Chapter 8: The
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