There are hundreds of activities you can look forward to while you’re in Merry Old England. From boat trips to sightseeing tours and from walks along the beach to taking in a West End show, this beautiful country offers so much for every visitor. However, there are times when you need to do as the locals do, so here are a few quintessentially English things you should consider doing during your stay.
1. Afternoon Tea (see top photo). Afternoon tea has been an English institution for many years, and a large number of restaurants and hotels offer some sort of variation on this pleasant and dignified meal. Be sure to choose a place that offers a variety of tea blends - don’t just settle for somewhere that provides a pot of tea and a couple of scones. A genuine English afternoon tea will also include freshly prepared finger sandwiches and a tempting choice of delicate cakes and biscuits.
Vacations can be affordable when you rent a timeshare in England.
Our guest author is David Showell who was born and brought up in England and works for the company CheapFerryTickets, which has great prices for your ferry trips – even across the Channel.
Photo Credit (High Tea): cucinatestarossa.blogs.com
Photo Credit (Regents Park): bookingonlinetravel.net
Photo Credit (Fish and Chips): chinapost.com.tw
Photo Credit (Cricket): bleacherreport.com: