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5 Things You Should Avoid When You Visit London!

Are you planning to visit London this summer? London is a really fabulous city and deserves to be visited. It has so many tourist attractions and entertainment places. However, there are some things you should not do during your visiting there because that will limit your joy there and cost you lots of money!

1- Not Getting Oyster Card:

This card is one of the best ways to save money when you go to London because it gives you a discount for all of the public transports.

2- Visiting many landmarks in one day:

London is a huge city, and there are many places to visit, so avoid visiting many landmarks in one day because it will cost you a lot of money, and you will not enjoy your time there.

3- Not Booking in Advance:

It is always better to book in advance for visiting crowded places such as the London tower, London eye, and London zoo because it is always cheaper when you book online.

4- Staying away from the city center:

Some people look for hotels located far from the center to pay less, but that is wrong!
Staying away from the center means that you will have to walk or spending much money on public transport besides wasting time.

5- Lots of Tipping:

Tipping is not mandatory in the United Kingdom, but if you want to tip for a special service, of course, they will appreciate. This is a reward not imperative.

Did you know that you can visit the most expansive city in the world with spending less money!!

3 hidden eateries near Hull uni that you need to try

Are you looking for new restaurants near uni to try? Are you a foodie looking for new dining experiences? Or are you just sick of going to the same old restaurants on loop?

If that is a YES, don’t worry! Here are 3 restaurants that you should  know about that are exciting, unique and delicious!

HOME

Home is a new addition to the local restaurant scene. The small, but cosy restaurant can be found on Beverly Road.

The reason this aptly-named restaurant has made this list is simple: it makes you feel at home. A warm atmosphere is created by a log fire which puts you at ease. Furthermore, the menu changes daily, offering several meat, vegetarian and vegan options.

No.6 Henry Yeast & Son

No.6 is a hidden gem which is located on Newland Avenue. This luxurious and intimate restaurant sets the mood with candles burning in wax-covered bottles and smooth background music.

The menu is also exciting boasting tasty options such as Gressingham duck breast and other items which scream “TREAT YOURSELF”. I also thoroughly recommend their Sunday lunches!

Sunday Lunch at No.6

Zoo Cafe

Zoo is a quirky cafe which serves delicious, vegetarian food and can be found hiding off the beaten track on a side street, near Newland Avenue. Its charming decor and friendly staff make you feel like you’ve been transported elsewhere!

They serve a range of sandwiches, paninis and cooked meals. Their comforting vegetarian chili is a must have.

Which will you try first, let me know in the comments?

Three places worth visit in York

1. The Shamblespeople walking between buildings under white sky

When you are in York, visiting Shambles is a must. “The Shambles” is sometimes used as a general term for a twisted, narrow alley maze that makes York so charming. At its core is the alley that is actually called Shambles, arguably the best preserved medieval street in the world. It is so famous because it is the prototype of Diagon Alley in Harry Potter.

2. York Minsterchairs between road inside of cathedralcastle

York Minster is the largest medieval church in Europe and is magnificent and solemn. It took more than 200 years to build.

York Minster is located in North York, England and is one of the largest Gothic churches in northern Europe. Church affairs are currently carried out by the York Governor and Pastor. The official name of York Minster is “The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St Peter in York”

Normal visit time: Mon-Sat 9 am – 4.30pm
Sun 12.30pm – 3.00pm

Address details: York Minster, Deangate,
York, YO1 7HH

3. Clifford’s Tower (York Castle)

Yorktown is a castle in York, England, England. York City was first built in 1068, but after the 16th and 16th centuries, York City was in disrepair and gradually lost its military value, but it is still a ruling center of the British royal family in Yorkshire. It is located above the hills and is one of the only remaining precious remains of York Castle. After the tower, you can enjoy the city view.

Address details: Tower Street, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 9SA

Visiting time: Mon-Sun 10 am- 4 pm

 

 

 

 

Five Great Foods Recommended in Britain

Britain has a great number of tasty, nay scrumptious dishes. There is more traditional British food than just fish&chips and mushy brussels sprout. Introducing five of the most recommended foods in Britain.

1. Scotch eggs

It’s a classic picnic item invented during the 18th century as a portable food for long carriage rides. It’s a hard-boiled egg wrapped in sausage covered in breadcrumbs and then deep fried.

2. Savory Pies (Cornish Pasties)

Delight in sensational savory pies with crispy pastry and all kinds of fillings, including classic chicken and leek, gooey cheese and even a Christmas pie. It’s including Cornish Pasties in this category.white and brown floral textile

3. Bangers and Mash

Succulent tender sausages with mounds of mashed potatoes and boatloads of onion gravy. It’ s one of Britain’s best-known dishes and rightfully so. The reason why they called bangers refers to how sausages will often burst or bang in the pan if they are heated too quickly.

4. Crumpets

They are kind of like a cross between a pancake and an English muffin. The middle is filled with this honeycomb-like lattice so when you toast them and then put butter on top, the butter melts into the holes and fills up the little gaps. It’s so popular.

5. Scones

If you have ever thought that a scone was dry, it’s because you’ve been eating them wrong. People serve them with jam and clotted cream which is a very thick cream.

What are you waiting for? Go and have a try!!

 

 

Summer holiday in Lombok island? start here!

Lombok is an island in West Nusa Tenggara province, Indonesia. In Lombok there are many foreign and local tourists on visited every summer vacation. This time I will show you beautiful and interesting places that you should visit, and also what activities you can do during the holidays.Let's go to the first destination.
  • Novotel Lombok Resort & Villas, Kuta Beach

This hotel is highly recommended with Great facilities amazing landscaping and private beach all add to an enjoyable and stress free vacation, unfortunately I don't have a photo of the room but you can access it from the accommodation platform.
One of the favorite activities at Novotel is beach volleyball, if guests want other activities the staff who always smile at the resort are always ready with any requests made in any form.

The thatched roofs combined with wooden pillars that adorn the pathway to a private beach and making it the best place to take photos and surrounded by tropical gardens.

  • Mawun beach

A stunning beach, not to far from Novotel hotel there are Mawun beach The water gets deep fast, perfect for surfing and very gentle waves.

  • Trawangan island

Trawangan island, offers a variety of beauty of the beach. You can walk around the Gili in about 1-2 hours. On Gili Trawangan you have to rent a bicycle, which you can get anywhere. However, often accommodations have private bicycle rentals. after that, we can rest while waiting for the sunset on the beach accompanied by a glass of coktails. And also, Available at Stud Horse Riding Adventures.