Been robbed? Who you gonna call? Goddess Sulis Minerva.
The rare curse tablets of Bath reveal the vicious retribution requested of Goddess Sulis Minerva for heinous crimes such as stealing bathing suits and cooking pots.
It’s unclear why but people in Bristol started attaching padlocks to a pedestrian bridge over Bristol Harbour, then tossing the keys in the water below to symbolise the bonds of love.
Upstairs, on the Eurostar departure terminal, for Paris, at Kings Cross St.
Dover is a seaside town that Charles Dickens knew well, a fast train ride away (around one hour) from London – Kings Cross St.
The best breakfast across the England, hands-down, is at a chain pub called Wetherspoon.
If you want to be a few minutes away from London’s best train station, – and satisfied with a clean room, somewhere to hang your clothes and a pretty view – then head to any of the cheap hotels which line Argyle Square, near Kings Cross St.
It’s the place King Alfred used to call home and also where the legendary King Arthur would gather with his knights.
No need to belly up to the bar for the world’s original James Bond martini.