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Private Tour: Pilgrimage to Walsingham Tour from London
"At one time Walsingham was one of the most visited sites in Europe. The village has been considered a holy place for more than 1000 years dating to a time when the Virgin Mary reportedly appeared and instructed that a replica of the house of Jesus in the Holy Land be reconstructed here. Today it is more popular than it has been in centuries. You’ll visit the Roman Catholic shrine and adjoining chapels before exploring Walsingham village a beautiful and quiet place that’s home to a ruined abbey an Orthodox church the Anglican church and shrine as well and several shops that sell mementos such as incense and prayer beads. On this very leisurely and relaxed day
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45-Minute Shared Punting Tour in Cambridge
"Over a 45 minute period you will see 8 of the most famous Cambridge colleges from Darwin to Magdelene and 9 bridges from the Mathematical Bridge to the Bridge of Sighs.Your knowledgeable local guides are professional educated and promise to be a lot of fun while giving a detailed explanation of historical facts and exciting stories. While being punted along the river Cam you will have time to ask questions and take photos of the most famous architecture in Cambridge. then enjoy the tour!"""On this 45-minute shared punting tour in Cambridge you will see 8 of the most famous Cambridge colleges from Darwin to Magdelene and 9 bridges from the Mathematical Bridge to the Bridge of Sighs.title=Highlights&1=45-minute+punting+tour+in+Cambridge&2=Glide+down+the+River+Cam+on+a+traditional+punt&3=Cruise+past+landmarks+like+King%E2%80%99s+College%2C+the+Bridge+of+Sighs+and+the+Mathematical+Bridge&4=Have+a+go+at+pushing+and+steering+the+punt%21&""
From GBP12.00
 
Punting Tour in Cambridge
"Relax on a punt and hear about the foundations of the University and the city of Cambridge as you glide along on a traditional punt with an accredited guide. See and learn about the famed King's College Chapel the Bridge of Sighs the Mathematical Bridge and many other spectacular sights. This is a shared punting experience that is 45 minutes long with your own chauffeur and guide per a punt. Tickets must be used on a walk up basis with regular tours leaving from Mill Lane"""Enjoy a 45 minute shared punting tour of Cambridge this is a must do when visiting the city. See the sublime architecture and pristine gardens of one of the most beautiful stretches of river in the United Kingdom."title=Highlights&1=Ideal+choice+for+families&2=Romantic+experience%2C+perfect+for+couples&3=Great+overview+and+orientation+of+the+city&4=Once-in-a-Lifetime+Experience&5=Perfect+introduction+for+first-time+visitors&6=Travel+by+boat+and+see+the+sights+from+
From GBP16.00

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Saxon tower-Colchester

Holy Trinity church tower, the oldest building in Colchester. It would have stood as the focal feature in the town, for a few decades before the Normans came and built the castle. Holy Trinity church...
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St. Botolph's-A different perspective

The Colchester Castle museum has many exhibits of early life in and around Colchester. There is an exhibit of faith and religion and there is a model of what St. Botolph's Priory church may have...
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St. Botolph's Priory-Colchester

St Botolph's Priory was the first Augustinian priory built in this country, having authority over all other houses of the order in this country. It was founded between 1093 and 1100 and had thirteen...
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Colchester Castle Museum

The museum inside Colchester castle is very extensive. There is so much to see and is great hands on for kids. It is open from 10am to 5pm at 4.80GBP for adults. There are exhibits of Roman mosaics,...
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Colchester Castle

Constructed over the massive vaults of the ruined Temple of Claudius,it is the largest Norman Keep in Europe. Built largely from stone and brick quarried from the old Roman town of Colchester, the...
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Colchester

Colchester is one of the most historic towns in England. Excavated coins from the Trinovantian king Cunobelin's (died around 42AD) reign referring to his father Tasciovanus, not to mention pottery...
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St. Mary's Church-Weeting

.These round towers are almost entirely in East Anglia; 172 in the region. The likelihood is that the first towers were added to existing places of worship in a trend which began to take shape around...
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Weeting Castle-Weeting

The ruins of an early 12th century defended manor house within a shallow rectangular moat, stand in a field beside the church. Built by Hugh de Plais in 1130, it was abandoned by late 14th century....
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Sandringham Palace Gardens

Over 25 hectares of land is covered in beautifully manicured gardens. There are a few lakes to walk around as well. There are many different types of trees that cover the ground and placards...
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Sandringham Palace

This royal home was bought by Queen Victoria in 1862 and is still used by the royal family as a summer vacation home. There is a museum filled with antique cars and other royal belongings. The gardens...
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Newmarket

Most famous for its horse farms and races, this busy market town is worth the stop over. Especially if you are visiting in the spring or summer. The races bring out all kinds of English classes and...
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Punting on the Cam

This is something that is well worth the effort. You can do it yourself or go on a guided tour. If you are anywhere close to any of the bridges which cross the River Cam in the historic city center...
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Peterborough Cathedral

King Paeda of Mercia, during Anglo-Saxon times, founded a monastary in 655, which was sacked by the Danes in 870. John e Sais, a Benedictine abbot founded the present cathedral in 1118. The western...
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Boston

Once a major medieval port near the River Witham, in the 13th century became an important wool trading town. In 1309 St. Botolph's was built becoming the largest spired church in all of England. On a...
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