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Pass the Wagyu sliders: London hotel to start gentlemen's afternoon tea

An afternoon tea without the tea (unless you request it) may become a new tradition at one London hotel.<p>The Stafford London plans to roll out what it calls a Gentlemen's Afternoon Tea on April 1 (and no, this is no April Fools' joke). It's a bit of an upscale happy hour with a spread that's better …

England

UK wilderness adventures: bothy to bothy in the Highlands

If you’ve ever been to the Alps, you’ll know that some of the most famous walking routes there are strung between series of mountain huts – placed, ideally, in prime peak country. These continental huts may even offer a little luxury (beds with mattresses, flushing toilets, the occasional shower …

Scotland

10 Amazing Day Trips You Can Take From London

<b>By Alex Mathews, Davidson College</b><p><b>It's important (and easy) to travel around England when studying abroad in London.</b><p>Studying abroad in London is great: there are an infinite number of possibilities in such a massive city. It can be amazing but it can also be overwhelming, and sometimes you just need …

18 Incredible Places You Won't Believe Are Actually In London

The world is your Oyster.

England

Lost medieval cemetery found under Cambridge University

The mass cemetery contained around about 1,300 burials, including about 400 complete skeletons<p>A lost medieval cemetery discovered under Cambridge University contained graves that had been pre-dug in anticipation of winter deaths, archaeologists have discovered.<p>The huge graveyard was found during …

Archaeology

Lost in Translation: Brits v. Americans -- Whose Language Is It, Anyway?

Our cousins across the pond may have invented the English language, but over the past 240 years or so, Americans have made some... shall we say... "improvements." Often, people travel from the U.S. to England wrapped in a sense of comfort, thinking, "Well, they speak the same language, so I'll be …

10 street foods you must try in London

Mother Clucker<p>This former US Army ambulance dishes out the finest fried chicken this side of Kentucky. The flavours are a lip-smacking mash-up of …

Wild Walk coming to nature museum in New York's Adirondack Park

You can study nature from the treetops instead of the ground when a new, elevated Wild Walk debuts inside Adirondack Park in upstate New York.<p>Wild Walk, set to open July 4, will offer visitors a bird's-eye view of part of the 6-million-acre park.<p>You can explore a spider's web perched 24 feet off …

New York State

16 Of The Most Photogenic Hikes On The West Coast

Best coast?

Hiking