Travel Tips for a UK Trip
It’s finally here. Though some of the world’s soccer teams began competing earlier this week, it’s finally time for the Olympics to start. Whether you’re watching it on TV or traveling so you can watch the action live, our articles on UK travel will help you make the most of the experience. Here’s a roundup.
- Top Tips For Healthy International Travel – Looking after your health when traveling is mostly a matter of common sense. International travel can be a breeze with a bit of forward planning.
- Seven Long Haul Travel Tips – While it’s great to be traveling to a far away destination, the mechanics of travel can be exhausting and stressful. If you know how to plan, though, you can make sure that you have a comfortable flight.
- Airport Parking Tips from England – A recent Daily Mail article featuring a UK airport parking provider offers useful info and tips for vacationers in the UK.
- Do You Speak Brit? – Brits just don’t speak American – and why should they? But if we want to make communication easier, there are some key differences you ought to know about.
- 20 British Expressions You Will Never Hear in the US – Following on from my last post on Brit-speak, here are some more helpful phrases.
- Brit-Speak for American Travelers – Olympic Edition – we may speak the same language in theory, but in practice it’s very, very different.
- Business Etiquette – British Style – If you are traveling to the UK it may help to be aware of etiquette and protocol in world of British business.
- Tipping & Gratuity Guidelines For International Travel – what’s tipping like in the rest of the world?
- International Body Language, Gestures & Manners: Don’t Be “That Guy!” – Knowing what gestures and body language mean in foreign countries can mean the difference between making friends and getting beaten up.
- International Body Language & Manners: The Sequel – 9 more utterly fascinating gestures and behaviors from around the world to tickle your fancy
- 13 Fun Facts about the Tower of London - Here are some fun facts about this spooky London landmark.
- Eating And Drinking In London – Venues That Are Older Than HRH – For a true taste of tradition and some spectacular dining, you should consider making a reservation at some of the oldest restaurants in the city.
- Visiting Nottingham Castle – Sometimes the most exciting attractions are those closest to home – and we never make the time to visit.
- Hitting the Beach in Europe – You don’t expect to see the UK on a list of best European beach locations, but it seems that Bournemouth beach has made the cut.