We usually don’t advise anyone going to spend time in a dark room where everyone has to sit quietly but the Ultimate Picture Palace in Oxford is a cinema that any celluloid lover will blissfully waste away an evening in.
If you’re ever in Dublin and looking around the sites you’ll probably get hungry. If you have a sweet tooth there’s quite a nice chocolate shop called Butler’s quite near Trinity College. If you like the taste of their stuff, why not ask to make some.
There are some therapies we’ve heard of that can be a bit out there, but one in Sydney could be the weirdest we’ve ever heard about. It doesn’t involve taking a tip in some oil or walking about in a robe all day.
Scotland is a country fill with too many hidden treasures to list. One of our favourites though is just outside of Glasgow. Half an hour away in Loch Lomond, a picturesque area that would make any postcard photographer a rich man.
It mightn’t be as bright and bold as Elvis’ Graceland, but the Bob Marley Museum in Kingston is a pilgrimage worth taking for any reggae lover.
England is renowned the world over for its stunning architecture through the years and its great country halls and houses are testament to that. I was lucky enough to visit a splendid hotel recently that is a fine example of just that.
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