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The UK and Ireland

On these small island you can walk through and touch history: neolithic villages and monoliths; bronze and iron age hill forts; roman walls and baths; medieval castles, cathedrals, and markets; isolated Irish monasteries where much of Christian writing survived the fall of Rome; stunning monastic ruins from the English reformation; the halls of Westminster (home to the mother of parliaments); the beginnings of the industrial revolution; the skeletal ruins of Conventry Cathedral, reminder of the massive bombing raids of WW II; and ultra modern architecture in one of the financial capitals of the world. Walk the streets of London where ultra modern sits beside medieval gothic; dine in a half-timbered Elizabethan guildhall or modern chic restaurant or buy chips at a chip wagon; immerse yourself in varied cultural enclaves or visit small villages in the outer islands, little changed in decades if not centuries.
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The UK and Ireland

On these small island you can walk through and touch history: neolithic villages and monoliths; bronze and iron age hill forts; roman walls and baths; medieval castles, cathedrals, and markets; isolated Irish monasteries where much of Christian writing survived the fall of Rome; stunning monastic ruins from the English reformation; the halls of Westminster (home to the mother of parlia- ments); the beginnings of the industrial revolution; the skeletal ruins of Conventry Cathedral, reminder of the massive bombing raids of WW II; and ultra modern architecture in one of the financial capitals of the world. Walk the streets of London where ultra modern sits beside medieval gothic; dine in a half-timbered Elizabethan guildhall or modern chic restaurant or buy chips at a chip wagon; immerse yourself in varied cultural enclaves or visit small villages in the outer islands, little changed in decades if not centuries.
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