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Meredith Wilkie Brick Lane has always had a reputation, but now it's for food and funky style - not to mention saris.
Christina Pfeiffer winds her way through the picturesque Cotswolds to discover its historic towns.
Spend and sip in style at some daringly decadent watering holes, Rob McFarland writes.
In the 1970s hippie heyday vehicles galore took off from London for the long slog to Sydney.
A tour of rock stars' London homes reveals much more than just bricks and mortar, writes Donald Robertson.
Contemporary accommodation is popping up all over Britain and Ireland, writes Sarah Thomas.
Nick Galvin enters a surreal land in England where cars are banned, relaxing means keeping busy and it's always 28 degrees under the big dome.
Revived military craft are ferrying tourists around London, writes Mark Andrews.
Lapsed rider Kevin Pilley takes a little time to start enjoying a family cycling trip through the English countryside.
The accents may change on the streets of London but it remains a great place to shop, writes Valerie Lawson.
Maybe it's cold outside but a dip overpowers the elements, writes Saska Graville.
The small but perfectly formed hotel behind Buckingham Palace is almost an extension of the royal quarters, writes Andrew Conway.
Rob McFarland A small hotel with a big personality is taking London by storm, writes Rob McFarland.
Greg Lenthen Greg Lenthen went looking for King Arthur but found other legendary delights in Cornwall.
David Whitley This amazing collection cannot be seen in one day, David Whitley writes.
Ralph Bestic Ralph Bestic forgoes cosmopolitan chic for the exquisite sounds of silence in a green corner of England.
The holy springs of Celtic Britain have drawn pilgrims, lovers and supplicants for centuries. Christopher Somerville joins their number in west Cornwall.
Ignoring the advice of Londoners, Rob McFarland ventures into the city's grimy side and finds it working hard to leave its reputation behind.
Michael Shmith crosses the River Thames, bridge by bridge, to pay homage to one of London's great perambulating wordsmiths.
Money to burn? Rob Dunlop knows one place where you can spend it.