Modern flat on Regent’s Canal, London

I confess that airbnb  makes my life easier and easier when I have/want to spend only a couple of days in London. Those days of staying in some bog-standard hotel rooms in the central buzzing part of the city were over. I like my accommodation practical, modern and with a wow factor. Now it’s more like […]

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Canals towpaths for leisure & sport activities

Canals in Birmingham are now more popular than ever thanks to a £14 million project to improve 54km of towpath in and around the city centre. The Canal & River Trust, working in partnership with Birmingham City Council, has been busy over the last two years carrying out major improvements to towpaths along the Birmingham […]

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Canalways # 2: Birmingham and Fazeley Canal links

Birmingham has more canals than Venice…you probably lost the counting on how many time you heard it. But what needs to be highlighted here is that it also the fact Birmingham Canal Navigation Systems is compounded of up to 100 miles of canals. It´s certainly a huge piece of engineering that has fundamental importance in […]

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Canalways #1: Lapworth and Kingswood Junction

I love the canals spread all over the country helping to preserve the history of Britain at the same time that they boost the tourism as well. And there is no better way of exploring those sites than walking along them. It was during one of my Great British walks adventures last weekend in  Baddesley […]

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