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    Ah, foggy England. Well, in reality, fog is no more common here than many other places, but those images of murky Victorian London sure do stick. London is certainly a great place to start, a sprawling metropolis drenched in history and culture, with dozens of varied offerings round every corner, from world class museums and infamous monuments, all the way to the muddy waters of the Thames and the notorious backstreets of Soho.

    It would be a mistake not to explore, though. England’s home to ample cities of culture: you’ll find some of the world’s best music and its fascinating back stories in Liverpool. Oxford and Cambridge are home to two of the world’s top Universities, and have the traditional feel and classical architecture to match, while sights like Stonehenge and the magnificent Roman architecture and public pools found in Bath open your eyes to a rich cultural history.

    Be sure to drop in on the classic English pub and drink a pint of ale (it’s meant to be warm!), or perhaps visit old-world tailor, where you can be measured for a traditional suit before promenading down the modern docklands at Canary Wharf. In fact, if you’re heading for some warm beer, why not have it in Shakespeare country, or head for England’s more classic beauty spots, such as coastal Cornwall or the rolling hills of the rural Lake District.

    Before you go, dip into some open-air markets, take a ride on a canal boat through the heart of the country and perhaps drop in on some Premier League football or take high tea and scones in a top class hotel. After all, there are a few things that could only be English, like strawberries and cream at Wimbledon, top hats at Ascot, Glastonbury music festival and the Queen’s Christmas speech. You might not be able to see them all, but you can dip your toe into a culture that dates back centuries, and has buildings in many a town that pre-date the entire US. Just don’t forget your raincoat!
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    • Clock Towers Shopping Centre
      6.33 Km from England
      The Clock Towers Shopping Centre is a shopping precinct in the town centre of Rugby, Warwickshire, England, managed by EFM Facilities Ltd. The precinct includes clothes stores, game shops and thrift stores. The precinct, known in its previous existence as "Rugby Shopping Centre", gained its name from the clock tower in the town centre, and has since adapted its name as a theme; the shopping centre features clocks and other time-related decorations – in 1995, the precinct installed two ...
    • Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum
      6.40 Km from England
      The Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum is a rugby football museum in the town centre of Rugby in Warwickshire, near Rugby School. It takes its name from William Webb Ellis who is credited with inventing the game of Rugby football. The museum, (previously known as the James Gilbert Rugby Football Museum) opened in the 1980, and is housed in the building where the shoe and boot maker James Gilbert, (nephew of William Gilbert), first made rugby balls in 1842. On its premises (see image) it is identif...
    • Benn Hall
      6.50 Km from England
      The Benn Hall is a conference, seminar, exhibition and party venue located in Rugby, Warwickshire, England. The hall, along with the town hall which is located next to it, was opened on 5 July 1961 by Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. It is named after George Charles Benn who in his will of 1895 left £6,000 to the local council to construct a building that would be useful to the town. The first of these buildings was opened in 1900 but has now been demolished. There is another Benn Hall, also d...
    • 107.1 Rugby FM
      6.75 Km from England
    • Daventry Country Park
      9.82 Km from England
      Daventry Country Park is a country park located on the north-eastern outskirts of Daventry in Northamptonshire, England. It is managed by Daventry District Council, and covers 140 acres (567,000 m²). It is a Local Nature Reserve. The park centres on a reservoir which is managed by British Waterways and is used to provide water for the Grand Union Canal. The reservoir is a nature reserve and is a popular site for birdwatching, and also angling. Over 180 species of bird have been seen at the park,...
    • Althorp
      14.40 Km from England
    • Coombe Abbey
      17.80 Km from England
      Coombe Abbey is a hotel which has been developed from an historic grade I listed building and former country house. It is located roughly midway between Coventry and Brinklow in the countryside of Warwickshire, England. The house's original grounds are now a country park known as Coombe Country Park and run by Coventry City Council.
    • Southam United F.C.
      19.34 Km from England
    • Lamport Hall
      19.52 Km from England
      Lamport Hall in Lamport, Northamptonshire is a fine example of a Grade I Listed House. It was developed from a Tudor Manor but is now notable for its classical frontage. The Hall contains an outstanding collection of books paintings and furniture. The building includes The High Room with a magnificent ceiling by William Smith. It also has a library with 16th-century volumes and an early 19th-century cabinet room with Neapolitan cabinets which depict mythological paintings on glass. It is open to...
    • Victoria Park, Northampton
      22.03 Km from England
      Victoria Park is a public green space in the St. James End, Northampton, England, south of Spencer Bridge Road. The park has open grass areas and lines and belts of trees. A stream, a tributary of the River Nene flows from north to south through the park on the east side next to the railway line. A small stream, Dallington Brook, also flows through the park from the north-west joining the Nene tributary. The park has an area of about 6.5 hectares.

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 3.1 69.2 37.6 27.2
    Feb 3.5 55 38.3 21.7
    Mar 5.5 52.9 41.9 20.8
    Apr 8 49.1 46.4 19.3
    May 11.1 55.6 52 21.9
    Jun 14.3 56 57.7 22
    Jul 16.2 67.2 61.2 26.5
    Aug 15.7 69.4 60.3 27.3
    Sep 13.4 53.1 56.1 20.9
    Oct 9.6 78.9 49.3 31.1
    Nov 5.8 73 42.4 28.7
    Dec 3.9 79.6 39 31.3

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