Okay, I don't know what a "psychological them park attraction" is, but that's what THORPE PARK says it will unveil in Spring 2016. I do know if it has creepy mascots running around like the pair of life-sized Victorian dolls it had strolling around London, I'm not sure I could handle
When we went to Istanbul I was hopeful we'd get to jaunt to Gallipoli, site of a World War I battlefield. I'd never visited a WWI battlefield before. I thought that might be a pretty powerful experience.
Sadly, it was a bit of a commitment and we opted to hit Ephesus
I know some travelers are not fans of HOHOs (Hop-on Hop-off tours). I used to be one of them...until our jaunt to New York a few years back for our Canada/New England cruise.
I was suffering from a pretty bad case of plantar fasciitis. (Side effect of my tennis addiction.) My
Viator is one of our affiliates for a reason: they have tours that are appealing. (At least to me.) One that I'm absolutely astounded (and delighted) to discover is this one: Southampton Shore Excursion: Pre-Cruise Tour from London to Southampton via Stonehenge.
Here's the overview:
Leave your central London hotel for your
The first stop on our British Isles cruise will take us to St. Peter Port, our gateway to Guernsey, one of the Channel Islands.
Here's what I knew about the Channel Islands before I started researching them for our trip: it had been the only British territory occupied by the Germans
A search of the Internet for haunted hotels in London quickly revealed a consensus no one seemed to dispute: London's most haunted room is 333 at the Langham Hotel.
Why am I searching specifically for haunted London hotels?
Well, after years of dreaming about haunt jaunting to England, Ireland, and Scotland, it
Expedia, one of our affiliates, has a deal that immediately caught my cruise-loving eye: Book a Cruise this Summer and Enjoy up to $750 Onboard Credit with Expedia! Expires 6/29/15
We've now been on 11 cruises. Alaska, Canada and New England, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Mexico, the Mediterranean...cruising has allowed us to
Check out this comprehensive infographic of the 40 most haunted buildings in Britain from Atlantis Property.
It's loaded with haunted castles, abbeys, inns, and even pubs, and tells where you can find them along with what kind of ghosts and activity have been reported there.
Check out this marvelous Top 25 Dark Tourist Spots infographic from Baltic Travel Company. This is one of the neatest dark tourism lists/infographics I've seen yet. There's a few places on here I haven't seen on previous lists. (Such as numbers 2, 9, 17 and 18.)
With a bit o'luck, in
This post is by Steven Rumbelow.
My Mother and Grandmother decided when I was about two years old to take out a lease on a huge, old Georgian House at the centre of Bristol. It proved to be a successful attempt to drag the family out of poverty after my Grandfather