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Kew Gardens

Kew gardens in Autumn

Kew gardens in Autumn

A garden is a beautiful thing, whether it is a small plot in your backyard or it covers a huge amount of acreage. A large garden is an ambitious undertaking and requires lots of care, but the end result is one that many will enjoy. Such is the phenomenon seen at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew puts hundreds of plant species on display for the public. Furthermore, it serves as a center of research for the conservation of the natural beauty it displays.

Public Presentation And Private Prevention

The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew is truly a double-faceted body. Though it is well known for its many acres of gardens, which are a popular tourist attraction, the mission of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, goes far beyond this public presentation. The institution aims to not only provide science-based plant conservation, but inspire it in other areas of the world as well. Read more about Kew Gardens

Windermere Lake Cruises

View across water from the Low Wood Hotel jetty at the edge of Lake Windermere

View across water from the Low Wood Hotel jetty at the edge of Lake Windermere

This writer used to live in the South of England for over five years. Unfortunately, five years is nowhere near enough time to see everything England has to offer. I did get to see some pretty impressive sights, but I never got to go to the Lake District. If you’ve never heard of the Lake District, there is a reason. The English would prefer to keep it all to themselves! A Windermere Lake cruise from Ambleside in the Lake District is a dream vacation that perhaps I’ll be able to have someday.

What’s Up With The Lake District?

The Lake District is the most beautiful part of an already good-looking country. Fortunately, despite economic and overpopulation pressures, the far-sighted residences of the Lake District have resisted intensive construction. Read more about Windermere Lake Cruises At Ambleside

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