Who came from or spent time in London? We found a few likely suspects at Madame Tussauds, Sherlock Holmes address, Abbey Road and a special exhibit of James Bond vehicles.
Stratford-on-Avon is the birthplaceof the world's most famous playwright, William Shakespeare. We were delighted to meet Falstaff, one of Shakespeare'sbest comedic characters, during the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Henry IV. He's a liar, a braggart, a glutton and a coward, [...]
Christchurch is not known for its religious or racial diversity. In 2011, the British Prime Minister said his alma matter'sadmission figures were "disgraceful".Christchurch in Oxford, England is both a cathedraland a prestigious college, producing no less thanthirteen British Prime Ministers.John Locke, [...]
For over 350 years, different Punch and Judy showshave performed puppet anarchy, in front of delightfully squealing children whose parents laugh in shock at antics involving losing children, mocking authority and lying to each other. Audience participation is a part of [...]
Serpentine Bridge at Kensington Gardens, with seagulls standing at attention. Along the lakeshore at Kensington Gardens,mama duck was protecting her fuzzy ducklingsfrom some aggressive swans. Quite the outburst!Kings Staircase at Kensington Palace, wheretromp l' oeil (fool [...]