Travel tips (for the topics please move over the image):
Narrow canal boats are a speciality of England. A large number of canals previously crossed the country, and were the most important transport route in the days before the railway. Today the lovely boats are used primarily as domestic and tourist boats.
England is also the land of railway enthusiasts and railway museums, and also has public transport lines with unusual gauges, sizes and properties.
Wells Cathedral is one of the most remarkable church buildings in southern England not least due to its impressive carved wood capitals.
Oxford is the legendary university city with its 38 colleges. And each has its own coat of arms which can even be found on tea cups.
We have rarely eaten anywhere as good and varied as in southern England!
Enys Gardens in Cornwall is a very special garden. Bluebells can be seen in full bloom here in huge fields from only a few days to even a few weeks of the year.