“Mankind was never so happily inspired as when it made a cathedral,” wrote Robert Louis Stevenson and driving through England’s pastures green, with spires looming on the horizon, I can see why.
In the middle of England’s former coal country, a dozen massive stately homes cluster, all of them impressive and worth a visit.
Driving through England’s green and pleasant land, I’ve realized that the best way to enjoy travelling with one’s children is to wait until they grow up.
The name Sherwood Forest conjures up romantic visions of Robin Hood and his band of merry men, but its more than likely he never existed.
Driving down the extraordinary long lime tree avenue in Clumber Park, Nottinghamshire, in the very first days of spring, when the fresh buds have just begun to produce their bright green leaves […]