Would Tintin have travelled by Eurostar? The bold outline of the Class 373 trains, still sleek and dynamic after almost 20 years of service, would certainly have captured the imagination of his creator, Hergé.
Daily MailThe shunned second city: Birmingham bypassed by Lonely Planet travel guideDaily MailIt may be England's second city - but Birmingham has been left trailing behind after it was omitted from a popular travel guide book.
That's too bad - it has great shopping, terrific Balti food, excellent Pre-Raphaelite paintings in its museum, good music and art scene. Too bad. Lonely Planet's loss really.
On finding a memorial to Indian soldiers who fought in World War I—in the heart of coastal Britain (@Sidin 's travel writing is as evocative as his podcasts | Remains of a faraway battle http://t.co/hF5zTaYI2S...
Patient armchair ghost hunters watch for ghosts on live web cams - or should we say ghost cams - around the UK. There are plenty of ghost walks and ghost hunting expeditions in haunted places all over the UK, especially in October and November. But who needs to poke around in the dark in some dank, smelly place when you can scare yourself silly in the comfort of your own living room?
'Art" reads a tiny signpost skewered into the hedge at the end of three miles of narrow, winding road. All is quiet here in Bantham, a remote seaside village in south Devon, save for the gentle whisper of the trees.
After you've read this tempting piece, watch for more about South Devon, coming soon.