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All of Britain’s a stage

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The World Shakespeare Festival, which runs from April to November 2012, will be the biggest and most varied celebration of the Bard ever attempted.
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The UK’s longest named village

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Located on an island in northwest Wales, the locally called Llanfair PG was given an official name that is 58-letters long to attract railway tourists in the 1850s.
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Five railway escapes

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Travel fast to Provence on a French TGV train or take it slow over afternoon tea in a vintage stream-drawn railway carriage on these UK-based weekend trips.
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Sidestepping London’s Olympic crowds

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During the summer festivities, get around easily and get some sleep, all while avoiding the maddening mobs and inflated hotel prices.
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Business trip: London

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The buzz surrounding this summer’s high-profile events will be painful for bargain-seeking business travellers, as demand rises for hotels and transport.
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An insider’s look at London

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As the world’s focus turns to London for the Olympics this summer, locals know how to escape the crowds inside the city’s cozy pubs, flower markets and serene galleries.
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