PortMoresby leaves the Thames Path and visits William Morris’s Red House, a milestone in the Arts & Crafts Movement in England.
After walking beside the River Thames for 3 days, PortMoresby ends this section of path by visiting 2 favorites in Kew Gardens.
On the final day of this walk along the River Thames, PortMoresby pays a visit to Kew Palace, one of a number of fascinating attractions located within the Royal Botanic Gardens, just outside central London.
Onward for a 3rd day of walking along the Thames Path, PortMoresby is astonished to stumble into a remnant of historic Richmond Palace.
PortMoresby's walk along the Thames Path continues with a visit to one of the "most complete survivals of 17th century fashion and power."
Canada now requires Britons to pay a $7 Canadian fee for an electronic travel authorization before visiting Canada.
PortMoresby returns to London and the River Thames, walking along the 184 mile national path that follows one of world’s most famous waterways, from rural idyll, through dynamic London and beyond.
Possibly the most famous clock tower in the world...but Samantha reminds us that it's actually the bell and not the clock and tower that is Big Ben!
It's not always easy to tell who's a 'millenial,' but a new study says it's easy to tell what they want to do: Hit the road.
As Britain's phone operator continues to shut down public payphones, a Scottish ski resort wins a fight to keep the highest phonebox in Britain active.
The Callanish Stones, a crucifix shaped setting of standing stones - was erected in the Hebrides around 3,000 years before Christ appeared.
British Airways and Qatar sign joint operating agreement for London and Doha; Qatar adds to its stake in BA's parent.
Europe's second-biggest no-frills carrier isn't waiting to see how Brexit works out; it's following multiple paths to continued European operations.
Will a plan to charge for fast lanes through UK airports solve a problem or only create a new one?
Building and Design magazine has once again named "Britain's Worst New Building" (above) and some runners-up.