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Whole Earth Guide

Let us be your tourist guide to the world. As we expand into new countries, we'll give you all the information that you need to know before you go and show you all the highlights of each country and region. Along the way we'll reveal places that you can stay with the service levels you thought had long since gone.

Whole Earth Guide from around the world

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The gateway to Europe and home of the whitecliffs - Dover

Dover is a major port on the south-east coast of England. Situated in the county of Kent, it faces France across the English Channel.
Dover is famous for its white cliffs, which are made of chalk. The cliffs gave Britain its nickname of Albion, meaning "white".

In the 20th century Dover became the centre of English Channel defence during World War I, as the base for the Dover Patrol.

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

London - overview of the capital

London is the UK capital city and with a population of almost 14 million in the Greater London area you'll rarely find anywhere quiet despite the large number of parks throughout the city.

There are untold numbers of attractions in London and we'll be just skimming the surface in this article to give you a feel for the things that you can see and do in your stay there. We'll cover many of these...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Visit a real working Castle - Windsor castle

Windsor is the oldest and largest occupied castle in the world and Official Residence of Her Majesty The Queen. Its rich history spans almost 1000 years. The Castle covers an area of about 13 acres and contains magnificent State Apartments furnished with treasures from the Royal Collection, St George's Chapel (one of the most beautiful ecclesiastical buildings in England and the burial place of 10...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

Manchester

Although as recently as 1750 Manchester was little more than a village, the impact of the industrial revolution is in evidence everywhere in the city today. Throughout the central region of the city you'll find solid victorian architecture in abundance with everything from the elaborate town hall to humble factory buildings showing the wealth that that arrived in the town in that period.

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Visit the birthplace of William Shakespeare - Stratford-upon-Avon

This is England at it's very best; England at it's most English. Step back in time in Stratford-upon-Avon, with its picturesque canal basin and half-timbered buildings - home of William Shakespeare. Take time to explore the rolling green countryside of Warwickshire, criss-crossed by rivers and canals and dotted with an array of historic towns and villages. Journey to the south of Shakespeare Cou...

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Last updated 1 Nov 2007

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