Google reports that British air travel this year was heavily affected by soccer.
With the details of Britain's departure from Europe still unsettled, it appears that British vacationers are holding off decisions on trips to Portugal.
Britain opens up the e-passport lanes to travelers from the U.S., Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.
Can Heathrow's new streamlining plan really provide relief to passengers suffering from 'terminal headache?'
DrFumblefinger rambles through London on his way to the British Museum, and captures some iconic scenes of the great city.
GarryRF crosses the Atlantic to see some of the cars of his native Britain.
Ian Cook visits the Guyzance Weir, Northumberland, whose water level is remarkably low right now.
Ian Cook visits the small Northumberland village of Guyzance.
Professor Abe visits one of the many lovely coastal castles in Wales, this one Kidwelly Castle.
GarryRF reflects on a hot summer and an early harvest and his favorite time of year.
Gumbo was visiting one of the most popular attractions in Valletta, Malta, situated in the Royal Palace. These include some of the State Rooms and one of the world's best armouries.
A crackdown by Spain's Civil Guards and new limits on British lawyers' fees appears to have been the cure for false stomach aches.
Paul Hunter visits the Hole of Horcum, an unusual geologic feature in North York Moors.
GarryRF was a witness to the visit of 19th-century sailing ships to Liverpool.
Ian Cook shares the fascinating history of lead mining and lots of great photos of the Old Gang Lead Mine & Smelt Mill in North Yorkshire