Wednesday, December 19, 2007


Ever thought of visiting UK?a treasure that’s yet to be discovered by the traveling enthusiasts of the world. A virgin territory that you may explore to your heart’s content, and keep coming back to for more. Every single corner of England is filled with breathtaking spectacles, both natural and man-made. Every nook and cranny holds a unique place in the rich and magical history of England. So put on your traveling shoes.
Visits to pubs and bars form an important part of British social life. The legal age to drink in the UK is 18. As such, drinking isn’t as much of a novelty as it is in the US. Nowhere in the UK will you find the fraternity parties found at many US campuses.

You might find the atmosphere at most UK pubs more welcoming and congenial than at typical US bars: friends meet to talk and laugh with each other, throw darts, watch “footie” (as football is affectionately called) or just have lunch. Most pubs open daily between 11 a.m. and 11 p.m., and many serve food.

Bars, such as wine bars and cocktail bars, sometimes have special licenses to stay open later but tend not to be open during the day. Going out for a drink is a typical way to arrange to meet friends, and it's common for friends to take turns buying rounds (drinks) for their whole table. But, of course, it is important to remember that you don’t have to drink alcohol, even if you are in a pub or environment where many others are drinking.Your trip should atleast contain London.Glasgow and edinburgh.
So the final and most important decision is where to stay.The only site which offers you the right information is you can find information about hotels in London,Glasgow,Edinburgh etc.


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