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Following the Thames: A source-to-mouth guide

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The romance and history of England can be found along the length of the river, from green, rolling hills to the ocean.
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Dining in the dark in London

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Try a night of a true sensory experience, where you cannot see what you are eating or drinking.
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The world’s most expensive dishes

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From the most expensive cupcake on the planet to sushi wrapped in gold leaves and sprinkled with diamonds, who knew food could cost this much.


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Mini guide to Cornwall’s beaches

The best beaches on the west coast, with options for families, surfers, theatre fans and more.
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Common people: London's green spaces

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The capital is the most verdant city of its size in the world. Nearly 40% of Greater London is made up of parks, commons, public gardens and other open spaces.
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Britain’s surfing heritage

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The Museum of British Surfing recently opened in Braunton, North Devon, with exhibitions detailing the country’s role in the history of the sport.
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