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A Solo Travel Society member visited the Beatles monument in Liverpool, England and had her photo taken by a friendly stranger.
A Solo Travel Society member shares the joy of a solo walking holiday on the Isle of Wight. She enjoyed it so much, she’s now planning one in the Cotswolds!
A Solo Travel Society member enjoys the view and the mystery of Stonehenge in this great travel photo taken in Wiltshire, England.
Salisbury and Stonehenge come highly recommended by two Solo Travel Society members from different countries who visited at different times.
The Solo Traveler Artist in Residence shares her perspective in these images of London, a city she returns to again and again.
According to this Solo Travel Society member, a visit to the Bath Christmas Market makes a great day trip full of local arts and food in a glorious setting.
Join this Solo Travel Society member on a walk around East End London, to see work from some of the world’s finest street artists.
Solo walking is quiet, relaxing and sometimes exhilarating. It’s a pleasure to be alone with one’s thoughts and the surrounding beauty. Have a look.
Solo in London? Shopping your priority? Then here are some tips on where to go and where to stay to save your pounds for purchases.
What to do on a rainy day in Cornwall, England? Go to St. Ives. Here’s my day in wonderful hues of grey, mauves, greens and blues.
A lovely, woodsy view from a solo walk along the South West Coast Path from Mousehole to Lamorna, near Cornwall in the United Kingdom.
Everyone in the UK is much safer when I opt for the train. Here’s how to select, buy and use a Britrail pass.
The mysterious Stonehenge, courtesy of a Solo Travel Society member.
Traveling solo helps me understand the world better – from the trivial to the important. The trivial like why Professor Higgins of Pygmalion was in Covent Garden.
Arriving late in the evening and leaving early the next morning, I was left with only one thing to do… take in the lights and magic of Oxford Street at Christmas.
A unique glimpse into Elizabethan England through a trip to Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre.
Halloween night immersed in the haunted history of Cambridge, England seeking ghosts of the famous and the infamous.
The Lake District is a stunning place to enjoy in good weather and bad. It rained just about the whole time I was there and I loved every minute of it. Please read the companion post too: “Falling in Love in the Lake District”.