With the pound struggling against the currencies in many countries that we traditionally take a vacation to and the UK in recession, there has never been a better time to head to the UK for a holiday! And while the temperatures may not be baking, there are gorgeous landmarks, a brilliant culture and great food. Even if I do say so myself! Here are my top ten places to visit in the U.K. ...
1. Barnes, London
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Right at the top of the Thames, Barnes is a gorgeous suburb filled with country lanes, olde-worlde pubs and river side walks, and despite feeling relaxing and harmonious, it’s only fifteen minutes from Waterloo. There’s also a 120 acre nature reserve called Barnes Common, which is beautiful to picnic in. Shopping and relaxing... what more could you want?!