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22 Reasons You Should Book A Holiday To Britain

It's a beautiful, wonderful place.

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1. First of all, the countryside is simply magnificent.

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2. The rivers are beautiful.

If you want an image of London imagine a terrapin riding a dead fox in the Regents canal, forever.

3. And there are plenty of stunning places to go wild swimming, if that's your thing.

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4. The wildlife is always friendly.

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5. And there are always exciting birds to see.

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6. There's a thriving underground art scene.

7. The weather is brilliant all year round.

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8. And Britain in the summer is a perfect place to soak up the sunshine.

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9. But Christmas is a particularly magical time of year to visit.

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10. The cuisine is simply fabulous.

Mmmm oven meat.
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Mmmm oven meat.

11. And there's a wonderful brunch culture.

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12. If you don't have time for dinner out, you can always pick up a healthy and delicious meal deal.

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13. Or visit one of our many wonderful supermarkets.

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14. The newspapers are excellent.

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15. And our magazines are fabulously informative.

16. There's lots to do for entertainment.

my parents' local paper has printed a guide to where to go dogging in SE london if any of u r interested xxxx

17. The music festivals are world class.

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18. And you can always pick up some well priced late night street food after a night out.

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19. But there's always something exciting to watch on British TV, if you don't fancy going out.

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20. The public transport is reliable.

No drama at London Bridge. Lots of cancelled trains, but passengers fairly unfussed and unworried

21. And you'll always get a seat.

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22. No wonder we're always up for a few beers.