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Orbiting views of Olympic London

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Britain’s tallest sculpture, the ruby red, 37-storey Arcelormittal Orbit offers panoramic views of London during the 2012 Games, and will reopen in July 2013.
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Eat your way around the Cotswolds

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Long before a “back to basics” approach to cooking became trendy in the UK, this fertile English region was already renowned for its use of locally-sourced, fresh ingredients.
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London’s hip restaurants

These restaurants experiment with avant-garde cooking, decor and mixology, making wining and dining in the British capital a chemistry experiment with a cult foodie following.


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The ghosts of London's Olympic past

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As London becomes the first city in the world to host three Olympics, a look back illustrates how the 1908 and 1948 Games moulded this year’s competitions.
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Fictional Footsteps

Literary Oxford

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Oxford’s contribution to literature is unparalleled, with local writers like JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, Lewis Carroll and Phillip Pullman inspired by the city’s landmarks and streets.
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England’s ghostly South Downs Way

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Experience the dreamlike days and haunted nights of the county’s most beautiful countryside, crossing England’s newest national park along the way.
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