• How is life in suffolk united kingdom?

    Best answer: Suffolk is primarily a rural agricultural county with an attractive coastline. There may be technology jobs in the largest town which is Ipswich
    Best answer: Suffolk is primarily a rural agricultural county with an attractive coastline. There may be technology jobs in the largest town which is Ipswich
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How many castles are still in england?

    12 answers · 1 month ago
  • Road Tolls?

    Anyone know what road tolls there are from norwich to Gatwick airport ? Or how I can find out ? Thanks
    Anyone know what road tolls there are from norwich to Gatwick airport ? Or how I can find out ? Thanks
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • Are there many nice places left in the UK ?

    Best answer: There are many as long as you avoid the large cities.
    Go to Ludlow ludlow.org.uk
    York
    Wells
    Richmond (Greater London)
    Great Malvern
    Totnes
    The Jurassic Coast (Dorset)
    The Cornwall Coast
    The Lake District
    The South Shropshire Hills
    The Surrey Hills
    The South Downs
    and many more
    Best answer: There are many as long as you avoid the large cities.
    Go to Ludlow ludlow.org.uk
    York
    Wells
    Richmond (Greater London)
    Great Malvern
    Totnes
    The Jurassic Coast (Dorset)
    The Cornwall Coast
    The Lake District
    The South Shropshire Hills
    The Surrey Hills
    The South Downs
    and many more
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Are there any notable mountains in England?

    Best answer: In the UK our mountains are quite puny by the standards of the rest of the world. However we do have some notable ones, amongst which are Ben Nevis, Scotland - the highest in the UK Snowdon, Wales - highest in England and Wales Scafell, England - highest in England The Lake District in northwest England is a place... show more
    Best answer: In the UK our mountains are quite puny by the standards of the rest of the world. However we do have some notable ones, amongst which are
    Ben Nevis, Scotland - the highest in the UK
    Snowdon, Wales - highest in England and Wales
    Scafell, England - highest in England

    The Lake District in northwest England is a place of stunning scenery. Apart from Scafell its mountains include
    Helvellyn
    Great Gable
    Coniston Old Man
    Blencathra
    Skiddaw
    Cat Bells
    High Street
    The Langdale Pikes
    Bowfell

    Just to the east of The Lake District are The Howgills.
    9 answers · 1 month ago
  • Going to North Wales?

    I am hoping to go to North Wales soon because I've been to Cardiff in South Wales which I loved. I've never been to the north so I was hoping to go there sometime this year. However I have looked at Welsh videos because I would love to learn the language aswell but Ive come across a lot of comments saying... show more
    I am hoping to go to North Wales soon because I've been to Cardiff in South Wales which I loved. I've never been to the north so I was hoping to go there sometime this year. However I have looked at Welsh videos because I would love to learn the language aswell but Ive come across a lot of comments saying that the Welsh in North Wales in particular are very hostile towards English people and I've read some really derogatory stories from English people that said that if you go into a bar, they all ignore you and switch to Welsh because they are so fiercely loyal to the Welsh language and if you don't know any Welsh then they would refuse to serve you. Is that actually true? I really hope I'm not offending anyone but I've never been to the north part of Wales so I only know from what I've seen on comments. I'm really worried about the whole Anti-English thing. I've found people in Cardiff to be very friendly but that's the only part of Wales I went to. I've been to Scotland and Ireland many times and found everyone I met to be so lovely. I've also not heard as many negative stories with those two so I hope that my visit to North Wales would end up being just as enjoyable. But because of the stories I've seen, I'm starting to feel on edge. I'm learning Welsh and it's not perfect so I hope it should be okay. Is there also anything I need to be aware of before visiting because I really don't want to get on the wrong side of anyone. I'm always very cheerful towards everyone.
    8 answers · 1 month ago
  • What's the best city in England to live? (For a University student)?

    Best answer: You should also be looking at the quality of the university. Combing that with nightlife:- London, Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow,Edinburgh, Manchester
    Best answer: You should also be looking at the quality of the university. Combing that with nightlife:- London, Oxford, Cambridge, Glasgow,Edinburgh, Manchester
    10 answers · 1 month ago
  • Cotswolds, UK?

    I'll be in Ledbury, UK next month and we were planning on spending a day in Bourton-On-The-Water. However, I'm figuring out our travel itinerary and just realized it's going to take us 3-4 hours via trains/buses to get there! Not too convenient for a day trip! There will be at least 9 of us, so... show more
    I'll be in Ledbury, UK next month and we were planning on spending a day in Bourton-On-The-Water. However, I'm figuring out our travel itinerary and just realized it's going to take us 3-4 hours via trains/buses to get there! Not too convenient for a day trip! There will be at least 9 of us, so renting a car isn't an option. Is there a town that's just as beautiful as Bourton and will give my family a taste of the Cotswolds without having to spend some much time traveling? I've been to Bourton and I know my family would love all the tea rooms and little shops, as well as the few unique attractions there are so anything similar would be wonderful!
    7 answers · 1 month ago
  • What is it about Spark Hill that it has been the origin of many terrorists and extremists?

    Best answer: Spark Hill isn't their origin (they do not really 'come from' there), it's just that Spark Hill like many areas in Birmingham and places like Tower Hamlets in London now is a ghetto which has a lot of third world immigrants and Muslims living there. Whites have been replaced there. He's... show more
    Best answer: Spark Hill isn't their origin (they do not really 'come from' there), it's just that Spark Hill like many areas in Birmingham and places like Tower Hamlets in London now is a ghetto which has a lot of third world immigrants and Muslims living there. Whites have been replaced there.

    He's another ungrateful third world Muslim who tried to maul off the hand that fed him. Thankfully he killed no one and apparently didn't maim anyone too seriously. Maybe if he didn't have an IQ two standard deviations below the norm (in civilised countries that is) he could've really caused serious carnage. Thankfully that wasn't the case.

    I'm sure this incident will make the "say it loud, say it clear, refugees are welcome here" crowd of dimwits think twice about shilling for more refugees and open borders........ /s
    6 answers · 1 month ago
  • Which city is better, Belfast or Birmingham?

    Best answer: All depends on what you want. In some ways Belfast is better than Birmingham, but in other ways Birmingham is better than Belfast.
    Best answer: All depends on what you want. In some ways Belfast is better than Birmingham, but in other ways Birmingham is better than Belfast.
    12 answers · 1 month ago
  • What happens a if I leave the UK after Brexit with European passport?

    Long story short... I am an Italian citizen and i currently just moved to London. Brexit date is the end of March of 2019. However, the real question is what happens if I decide to leave for vacation and come back home to the UK after Brexit? Would I still be allowed in with no paperwork? Or what will happen?
    Long story short... I am an Italian citizen and i currently just moved to London. Brexit date is the end of March of 2019. However, the real question is what happens if I decide to leave for vacation and come back home to the UK after Brexit? Would I still be allowed in with no paperwork? Or what will happen?
    13 answers · 2 months ago
  • Which city in the UK has more posh people and fewer chavs?

    Best answer: Winchester.
    Best answer: Winchester.
    15 answers · 2 months ago
  • Would Britain be open to bringing back commercial Supersonic jet planes that travel London to New York in 3 hours?

    Best answer: Possibly, IF there are enough passengers to make it worth doing. But we are not interested in making flights less safe, and what killed Concorde was the price of tickets. Which was almost entirely due to the amount of fuel it needed. So as usual, my little troll, your suggestions are ludicrous. Obviously you... show more
    Best answer: Possibly, IF there are enough passengers to make it worth doing. But we are not interested in making flights less safe, and what killed Concorde was the price of tickets. Which was almost entirely due to the amount of fuel it needed. So as usual, my little troll, your suggestions are ludicrous.

    Obviously you never heard of the Tu-144 flying over Siberia, did you?
    14 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is York, England considered posh?

    12 answers · 2 months ago
  • What do you think of the main street shops in the UK and what they offer? Are you happy with it or want certain changes?

    Best answer: Anything that adds a bit of character to the high st is a good thing. Most town centres are identikit, same shops, chains, too much street furniture, poor architecture and planning. The amount of charity and pound shop tells you how badly that high st. Is doing.
    Best answer: Anything that adds a bit of character to the high st is a good thing. Most town centres are identikit, same shops, chains, too much street furniture, poor architecture and planning. The amount of charity and pound shop tells you how badly that high st. Is doing.
    8 answers · 2 months ago
  • Is Bristol a good city to visit with my wife?

    Best answer: Bath is lovely, and there's plenty to see there. I wouldn't bother with travelling to Bristol; I'd spend that extra time in Bath. Since you ask particularly about shopping, you'll find some nice shops there. But really that part of England is all about looking at interesting buildings and beautiful... show more
    Best answer: Bath is lovely, and there's plenty to see there. I wouldn't bother with travelling to Bristol; I'd spend that extra time in Bath. Since you ask particularly about shopping, you'll find some nice shops there. But really that part of England is all about looking at interesting buildings and beautiful surrounding countryside.
    4 answers · 2 months ago
  • UK trip budgeting question - cash and card?

    Best answer: There is no need to carry much cash. All major credit cards are widely accepted in the U.K. Restaurants are not cheap unless you eat junk. Pubs are often the best option particularly if they are full of locals but still expect to pay at least £20 per person for a meal - drinks extra. You can save even more money on... show more
    Best answer: There is no need to carry much cash. All major credit cards are widely accepted in the U.K. Restaurants are not cheap unless you eat junk. Pubs are often the best option particularly if they are full of locals but still expect to pay at least £20 per person for a meal - drinks extra. You can save even more money on train tickets by booking tickets for specifically timed trains in advance
    nationalrail.co.uk
    A special recommendation for you is to visit Ludlow famed for its medieval architecture. If you like hiking the countryside around it such as the Mortimer Forest is some of the most beautiful in Britain
    ludlow.org.uk
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Help me plan my route by public transportation (Belfast to Oxfordshire)?

    Hey there I’m from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland I need to travel to mainland uk (never been to mainland) here to be exact : Witney Oxfordshire OX28 6FF I’ve heard you can take a plane to either Birmingham and take a plane to oxford or need to take a plane to Heathrow and bus to oxford but maybe somebody... show more
    Hey there I’m from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland I need to travel to mainland uk (never been to mainland) here to be exact : Witney Oxfordshire OX28 6FF I’ve heard you can take a plane to either Birmingham and take a plane to oxford or need to take a plane to Heathrow and bus to oxford but maybe somebody local there can advise something better Maybe somebody knows bus or train names times or where to look up
    6 answers · 2 months ago
  • Cornish people?

    Is Cornish really considered a nationality or just a labelled identity in England? I'm confused because I always thought that Cornwall was still part of England but different to everywhere else in England.
    Is Cornish really considered a nationality or just a labelled identity in England? I'm confused because I always thought that Cornwall was still part of England but different to everywhere else in England.
    9 answers · 2 months ago