What tales untold wait for you at the Tower of London?

Posted by 07heaven on March 29, 2016

The Tower of London is a historical castle located on the North Bank of the River Thames in Central London.The Tower was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England. The castle was used as a prison from 1100 until 1952 although being a prison was never its primary purpose.

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Visit the South East’s premier aquatic attraction!

Posted by 07heaven on March 17, 2016

Sealife Adventure is a themed aquarium located along Southend On Sea’s seafront. Compromising of over 40 fascinating displays this watery wonder will let you come face to face with many marine creatures. Many that you would find locally in the Thames Estuary and around the coastline such as Crabs, Starfish and Rays and some that are a little more tropical and Nemo orientated!

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Open Air Attractions In and Around Essex

Posted by 07heaven on March 15, 2016

As the evenings get lighter, the weather gets warmer and a night in front of the television gets less appealing, open air theaters come into their own. Take a trip to one of the many in and around Essex for a night of entertainment and culture, all in the fresh air.

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Historical Visits In and Around Essex

Posted by 07heaven on March 10, 2016

Essex boasts a wonderful variety of historical houses, castles and locations open to the public for events and days out.

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Top Places to Visit in Kent

Posted by 07heaven on March 8, 2016

Kent, ‘the garden of England’ and one of the loveliest home counties, is a beautiful part of the UK and steeped in history and culture. Take a trip for a weekend or short break to explore one of the UK’s most vibrant counties.

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Market Towns In Essex

Posted by 07heaven on March 3, 2016

Fancy an alternative to your usual weekly shopping trip to your local high street or out of town shopping centre? Consider taking the time to visit a market town instead. Many of these vibrant, busy markets have been running for centuries, continuing age-old traditions and a sense of community spirit – plus lots are stocked with shops, products and bargains you won’t find elsewhere.

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