United Kingdom

While visiting the United Kingdom, you may think of the endless rainy days, afternoon tea and crumpets, or mediocre food, but the country has so much more to offer. For example, while visiting the country’s capital city, London, you could stop by Buckingham palace, where the royal family lives. Another sight to see is the soccer match, or as the country would say, football match, in Liverpool. If neither of those sound interesting? Maybe you would like to visit Stonehenge, a. The United Kingdom is filled with amazing historical and entertaining destinations

Towards the southern part of England is London, home to Buckingham Palace. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip reside in this massive, well known building, guarded by the famous statue scots guards. There is a lot of controversy over who will take the thrown after Queen Elizabeth. Some say it should be Prince Charles, others say it should be Prince William, Prince Charles’s son. About an hours flight northwest is Liverpool, home to the famous Liverpool soccer team. It was founded in 1892, and won its first title in 1901. Steven Gerrard was the highest paid player on the team, getting paid $100,000 a week. To get to our final destination, we travel down South, to Stonehenge. Stonehenge is a world renowned landmark, located in Wiltshire county. It is a circle of up to thirty foot tall rocks, made between 3100 and 2800 BC. It was made to tell what time of the year it was depending on how the sun shined on the rocks and the shadows that were made.

As you can see, the United Kingdom has something to keep everyone entertained. They have the cultural aspect with the queen, with the tradition that has lasted hundreds of years. You can also get some entertainment by stopping by a professional soccer game in Liverpool. Do not forget, you still have the chance to visit Stonehenge, the historical phenomenon. Wherever you go, there is always something fun for everyone to do in the lovely United Kingdom.

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