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Top 5 Best Cities in the UK?
My list (only based on cities I've actually been to!) 1) London 2) Liverpool 3) Sheffield 4) Nottingham 5) Birmingham or Milton Keynes So every January and June - me and two mates go to a city in the UK that atleast two of us haven't been too before - however becuase we've been stuck inside for so long due to COVID we're gonna go out more next year. We're quite young so we like the tall building, busy city London type of vibe - good food, open spaces, nightlife etc and was wondering your recommendations. London - nothings going to beat it, feels like literally the whole world in one place - dwarfs everything else by comparison, after not going there for around 5 years or more I went back last year for winter wonderland and fell in love with the place again - haven't been clubbing there though, feels too crazy a place to do it. Liverpool - Amazing city, was there for 2 days and it exceeded expectations - the accent isn't great but the place is quite gorgeous - part of me loved the centres open designs and part of me found it underwhelming - the shopping is meh but everything else is great, it feels massive and busy and the street food is exceptional - will definitely be returning if just for that - also the clubbings underrated, never hear Liverpool brought up but it was great - apart from when we had to walk all the way back to the apartment then to the club again becuase apparently the shoes I had on are worn by druggies in the area. Sheffield - Sheffield surprised me alot - went to see a hockey game (or a footy game I can hardly remember) what I do remember is how surprisingly modern it feels - meadowhall is huge which is nice, the shoppings just ok though - could've put a Selfridges or something there - I much prefer bullring and MK's centre. Nottingham - I moved from London to Nottingham around 2 years ago and I really like it, sitting in market Square and just chatting with mates while the tram goes past is great, it has that city feel and is one of the more varied cities in terms of food, shops etc just a shame that the better shops aren't inside the shopping centre which severely lacks imo - it's an old place that feels young. Known for its clubbing it dosent disappoint - I don't think I've ever seen so much clubs in one place. Birmingham - the first time I came to Birmingham was a college trip about 3 years ago and I was in awe of the place, I thought it was gorgeous and huge. My gf is in Birmingham so I've been there alot since and that effect has almost completely worn off. Bullring/grand Central is still great - shops are great, layouts great - no issues there, plenty of big shiny buildings and the food is exquisite - the restaurants, the fast food, shisha lounges - all of that is great and there's some really nice areas..but man, is the city dirty and kind of ugly sometimes to - jewellery quatre is a nice area but that's the only one I can think of, not to mention the amount of rats there is staggering. Really 60/40 with Brum - the nightlife was good though, really fun vibe. Milton Keynes - never been clubbing here or really seen the living areas but the shopping centre is still my favourite, it feels modern, Xscape used to be more fun when I was a kid before the bowling alley and arcade became a casino but there's still the snowdome and other things - I'm a bit bias becuase I used to come here with my mum alot as a kid and the place was always just magical to me whereas London was too big for me to understand what was going on - we never turn down a chance to go. Possible visits : I've heard Manchester's the second best to London - heard nothing but good things all of a sudden by people so thats next on the list for sure. Heard Leeds is great - really fun atmosphere and great food. Newcastles always referred to as the undisputed king of UK nightlife - I'm not really into drinking anymore but I love the electric you dunno what's gonna happen feel in the air on a night out so that's on the plans to. Edinburgh - at some point next year we're planning a road trip to either Edinburgh or either lake or peak district - lake District has the best pub food btw, went when I was like 12 and never forgot the place.
Just completed an awesome 2 month road trip in EU and wanted to share my experience.
My wife and I are both retired, low-budget seniors. We have been in Europe several times before, but this trip we decided to extend to two months, much longer than previous trips. Since we are somewhat budget travelers, we wanted to keep costs as low as possible, however, we are too old to want to travel as backpackers. We decided on a road trip since the cost of renting a car is dirt cheap, way cheaper than trains and it gave us the opportunity to stop when we want, explore the smaller centres and just generally be more flexible. We are not huge fans of big cities and have seen a lot of the major attractions before, so we wanted to travel at a slower pace and experience more of the backroads. Our Itinerary: Flew Vancouver to Gatwick via WestJet return, then Easyjet to Edinburgh. We rented a car in Edinburgh and after a couple of days touring Edinburgh, road tripped the Highlands for a week then returned to Edinburgh. We flew Edinburgh to Basel, Switzerland by EasyJet, took the train to Freiburg and rented our long-term car there. We drove through the Alsace area of France 4 days, then drove into Switzerland 3 days, back into Germany about 10 days touring Rhine Valley, east into Bavaria, then 5 days Czech Republic and Prague, then 3 days in Slovakia, 5 days in Hungary and Budapest, 4 days in Austria, 3 in Slovenia, 7 days in Italy, back into Austria, Switzerland, Lichtenstein and returned the car in Freiburg. We flew out Basel to Gatwick and home. Total trip cost was $220Can/day for 55 days. Ways we economized:
We saved on all luggage fees by having only cabin baggage. We packed very light. Once we had the long term car, we provisioned up with a cooler bag, utensils, some cooking supplies at a dollar store in France, bought used clothes at a couple of thrift stores.
We bought a cheap Sim card in Freiburg at an internet cafe when we arrived. We used a Lebara Sim card which gave us 30 days / 5 gigs, 3G coverage for 20 euro. We renewed the 30 days once. Our primary usage was Google Maps and the Airbnb app.
For driving, we set GMaps to avoid all toll roads and it did an excellent job doing that. I can't tell you how great that option is. Avoiding toll roads slowed our pace substantially, it gave us the opportunity to see the small towns and villages, and we paid zero toll charges - except the time the dumbass driver decided not to listen to GMaps and drove into a toll zone. The car was a very economical Skoda and gas costs were not a significant part of our overall costs. In mainland EU, we rented through Europcar and the rate was 8 euros/day throughout the trip. I insured the car through our Visa Platinum.
Airbnb was excellent. We set the filter as low as possible to get bookings in areas we were traveling through. Rates are much lower in fall and we had no problems booking the same day, but we tried to book at least a day or two ahead once we decided on the general route.
If traveling to large cities, we tried to book on the fringes, then rode transit into town, that way we kept our accommodation cost lower, we were more likely to find places to ourselves with a private bath, we didn't have to drive in the large cities and less noise.
Most places we stayed had at least a microwave oven and fridge so about 80% of the time we ate meals from supermarkets like Lidl, Tesco (our favourite) and Coop. We bought wine in the supermarkets in 3L boxes (we would also splurge on the good stuff), bought beer there as well - super cheap. Some accommodations had a full kitchen so we would buy ingredients to actually cook a nice meal.
Total cost was $220Can/day for 55 days. Areas we traveled that were a pleasant surprise:
Alsace region. Beautiful architecture, rolling hills, the FOOOOD.
Switzerland was actually very reasonable cost-wise as a road trip. The Airbnb was in the country, we traveled through the area around Bern and brought our own food, we had to pay a $40euro highway pass, but that was about our only significant cost.
Rhine valley, Germany
Spa region of western Czechia. Wow! Cheb, Karlovy Vary, Pilsen. This region was my favourite.
Rural Slovakia, particularly the area around Martin
The drive from Linz, Austria into Slovenia.
Lake Bled region has been mentioned here many times, but is really worth visiting. We splurged here and got a 100 Euro room at a new casino in Kranjska Gora. Beautiful spa there.
Mountainous region of Tuscany.
Naples and the Amalfi Coast region.
For major cities, I'd say Budapest was number one, although Prague, Edinburgh, Vienna, Rome, Naples were all phenomenal. Bern and Luzern were also very beautiful. As I said though, major cities were not really a big part of the overall trip.
I could go on, but really, there were very few disappointments, perhaps the farming regions of Germany and northeast Italy and maybe the beach zones along the coasts of Italy.
From a satirical comment an old post on /r/ScottishPeopleTwitter with some formatting fixes
I'll square go every American on this thread. Yer fae Texas aye? Everything's bigger in Cumbernauld. Yer fae New York? Cumbernauld shopping centre me some of that concrete jungle. Yer fae Kansas aye pal? Boom, Harthill services, Heart of the Country. Las Vegas pal? Maybury casino where the Edinburgh City bypass meets that road that no one is sure if it's the M8 or not but still ken has an International climbing centre so Pitbull eat yer heart out. Bible belt? Canny dance on a Sunday in the Western Isles. Rednecks? Fife. Opioid Crisis? Kicking it back old skool with Irvine Welsh fae Muirhouse 'Aids Capital of Europe' MCF ya radge bam. Napa wine valley? Jam and Jute. Bears and shit? Seagulls fae Aberdonia would rip a wolves heed aff (if he possessed a chippy). Word to your Mum (not Mom ya Admiral trainer) Detroit? Dunfermline Primark was buzzing til the Edinburgh one opened up and now everyone left Chicago? Violence and a disproportionate amount of people claiming to be Irish? Take a bow Glasgow. Miami? Magaluf with girls used to being in bikinis so you dinny get to see some side flaps. Seattle? Stole the rain fae us. Florida? M&D's.
#SPIII [Edinburgh] /u/Fresh3001 outlines the Classical Liberal Edinburgh transport policy on a tram headed for York Place Station.
Fresh3001 outlines the Classical Liberal Edinburgh transport policy on a tram headed for York Place Station. Fresh3001, Classical Liberal candidate for Edinburgh, today released the details of his party’s Edinburgh Trams Expansion policy in a rally held in a tram carriage on its way to York Place Station. Surrounded by supporters and commuters, Fresh3001 received a round of applause before beginning to talk through a loudspeaker. “Right now, we’re on our way to the last stop on the Edinburgh tram line: York Place Station. Most of you will recall that when this tram was first being constructed, far more was promised than what was delivered. Proposals were thrown about for a loop which would involve the now-current line, a connection to Newhaven to Saltire Square, to Crewe Toll and all the way back around to Haymarket after a series of other stops. Then they said that the tram would stop at Newhaven. And then construction stopped at where we’re headed - York Place Station. Admittedly, they had a good reason for doing so with the GFC in 2008, but a number of other issues such as mismanagement and poor estimation of costs resulted in the rest of the line not being constructed. “Well, despite trying their hardest to do so, the Greens haven’t run the Scottish economy into the ground yet, and thanks to the steadier economic policy in Westminster and global economic trends we’re in a much better place financially. The Greens' exorbitant tax rates have left room to throw some money about even without the massive surplus they’re currently wasting. It only seems reasonable then, that the Holyrood should fulfil the promise they made to the people of Edinburgh and do more to reduce congestion and improve local infrastructure. That’s what I plan on doing if elected as the MSP for Edinburgh, under a government which includes the Classical Liberals. “Our plan involves spending about £144.7m on completing the final plan for Edinburgh Trams - the line to Newhaven. Finally, there would be a connection between Edinburgh’s largest population centres and to the north of the city. The Classical Liberals would extend the line from York Place to Picardy Place, McDonald Road, Balfour Street, Foot of the Walk, Bernard Street, the Port of Leith, Ocean Terminal and finally Newhaven. This would extend Edinburgh Trams by about 4 and a half kilometres, providing an extension for workers at the Port, provide a stop for tourists closer to the casino, and provide a stop for Newhaven residents. Not only would this serve to aid local commuters, reduce congestion, car usage and automobile emissions, it would bring more customers to local business across the north of the city. It’s only right that the Scottish Government invest in Edinburgh Trams, and that’s what I, and the Classical Liberals, pledge to do if voted in this coming election. Since we’re coming up to York Place Station, I’ll wrap things up now - but vote Fresh3001 and vote Classical Liberals!”
The British press is run by “reckless gossip fiends” and “barbarians” who blew the Queen's garden comments about the Chinese President's visit out of proportion, a Chinese newspaper has said.The idea that British authorities had deliberately leaked the video to undermine President Xi’s visit was “unthinkable” and would have been “truly rude and crude” Chinese diplomats have mocked British officials privately...but they are discreet The Global Times A common trait among Chinese media has been the tendency to attack Western journalists when China’s reputation is called into question.“Even among Western countries, Britain most frequently reveals its underwear and exposes itself” Queen Elizabeth II on a walk-about in Portsmouth during her Silver Jubilee tour of Great Britain, 1977 The future Britain's Queen Elizabeth II (R) pictured with her younger sister Princess Margaret (L) in 1933Later in that year with the death of her Grandfather and the Abdication of her Uncle Edward VIII she became first in line to the throne, 1936 Getty The coronation of King George VI in 1937, Elizabeth aged 10 became the heir apparent to the throne Getty Elizabeth and her sister arrive at Waterloo station to say goodbye to their parents as they leave to tour Canada. Getty The 13-year-old Elizabeth and her sister Margret address children who have been evacuated from the cities on BBC's 'The Chilrens Hour' She said "We are trying to do all we can to help our gallant sailors, soldiers and airmen, and we are trying, too, to bear our share of the danger and sadness of war.The pairing was incredibly controversial as Prince Phillip had no financial standing and he was foreign born, the prince of Denmark and Greece (though he served Britain in the war and was given British Citizenship), 1947 Getty Queen Elizabeth II (in coach) and her husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh are cheered by the crowd after their wedding ceremony, on 20 November 1947, on their road to Buckingham Palace, London Elizabeth smiles at her first child, a month old Prince Charles.It was the first ever coronation to be aired live on television, being one of the most watched events in history with millions gathering around their TV sets to see the new monarch Queen Elizabeth II 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which belonged to Princess Margaret, 1980 (L-R) the Queen Mother, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince William, Prince Harry and the Prince and Princess of Wales after the christening ceremony of Prince Harry, 1984 Queen Elizabeth II taking the salute of the Household Guards regiments during the Trooping of the Colour ceremony in London, 1985 Diana, Princess of Wales and Queen Elizabeth II as they smile to well-wishers outside Clarence House in London, 1987 Queen Elizabeth II, with Chief Instructor, Small Arms Corp LT Col George Harvey, firing the last shot on a standard SA 80 rifle when she attended the centenary of the Army Rifle Association at Bisley, 1993 South Africa's President Nelson Mandela greets Queen Elizabeth II as she steps from the royal yacht Britannia in Cape Town at the 1995's official start of the her first visit to the country since 1947 Queen Elizabeth II smiles as she visits Bowring Park in St. Queen Elizabeth rides her horse in the grounds of Windsor Castle, 2002 Queen Elizabeth arrives for the world premiere of James Bond movie "Casino Royale" at the Odeon cinema in Leicester Square in London, 2006 Queen Elizabeth boards a scheduled train at Kings Cross station in London, 2009 Queen Elizabeth II planting a tree at Newmarket Animal Health Trust, during a royal visit which marked her 50th year as the charity's patron, 2009 Queen Elizabeth II talking with Pope Benedict XVI during an audience in the Morning Drawing Room at the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh during a four day visit by the Pope to the UK, 2010 Queen Elizabeth II visiting the Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 2010 Queen Elizabeth II receives flowers from the crowd during her visit to Federation Square in downtown Melbourne, 2011 Queen Elizabeth watches a preview of her Christmas message wearing a pair of 3D glasses, studded with Swarovski crystals in the form of a "Q", at Buckingham Palace in central London, 2012 Members of Britain's royal family (front L to R) Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles cheer as competitors participate in a sack race at the Braemar Gathering in Braemar, Scotland, 2012 Britain's Prince Charles kisses the hand of his mother Queen Elizabeth at the end of her Diamond Jubilee concert in front of Buckingham Palace in London, 2012 Reuters Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge laughs as Queen Elizabeth gestures during a visit to Vernon Park in Nottingham, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip attend a service for the Order of the British Empire at St Paul's Cathedral in London, 2012 Queen Elizabeth II meets young people during an official visit to The Shard building in central London, 2013 Actress Angelina Jolie is presented with the Insignia of an Honorary Dame Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of St Michael and St George by Queen Elizabeth II in the 1844 Room at Buckingham Palace, London, 2014 Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh visit the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red evolving art installation at the Tower of London, 2014 The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at the State Opening of Parliament, 2015 AFP/Getty (L-R) Britain's Princess Anne, Princess Royal, Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge holding his son Prince George of Cambridge, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Queen Elizabeth II, Prince Harry (back), Prince Andrew, Duke of York (back), James, Viscount Severn (front), Princess Beatrice of York (back), Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and Princess Eugenie of York (back) stand on the balcony of Buckingham Palace waiting to view the fly-past during the Queen's Birthday Parade, 'Trooping the Colour,' in London, 2015Mary Magdalene Church in Sandringham, 2015 AP Photo/Matt Dunham, Pool Queen Elizabeth II arrives at the Broadway Theatre in Barking, 2015 Tim P. 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