Here's the one-stop no fancy graphics British tourist information resource for the whole of Britain and the UK. If there's a tourism site you know of that's useful which isn't listed here, please let us know with a URL and a brief description of the site and also post them on the bulletin board here.We do request URLs to be returned. Please scroll to the end of this file to view the updated bulletin board
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For your convenience this is the best access to global search engines we've found - we take the MetaCrawler or Lycos option after filling the query box and pressing the button. Lycos and Altavista seem to be better than the whole of the rest put together! Yahoo gets our vote for the worst - we had about a dozen pages registered there and the entries suddenly disappeared.
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Enter search keyword(s), press bar then choose MetaCrawler for the best search on the net!:
Other UK guides
We hope we've got everything here - but no-one can hope to do that so: -
The Go Explore travel resource - ...where frequent travelers turn. This site includes database integration to destination information, airline
reservations, hotels, rental cars, restaurants, business services, proximity searching, user profiles, and personal itineraries...
Here is Macclesfield Borough Council's tourism highlights "Its main focus at the moment is tourism, although we are also planning to cover other subject areas such as business and environmental issues at a later stage."
"Destination Images" site: We specialize in travel videos for the Independent Traveler who wishes to travel the Bristish Isles and other European destinatrions by auto. Our videos are of the highest quality and strive to show the real
country outside the big cities.
From here, my Bo'ness & Kinneil Railway resource page can be reached. I
am creating a comprehensive list of other pages dealing with this
popular steam railway in the heart of Scotland, and hope to add more
information about its history and what there is to do there as time
What do you think of http://worldhotel.com? Is it worth including them despite this response to being asked for a return URL? "Because links are advertising, we try very much to limit our links. We prefer to develop our own pages interneally or through joint ventures that generate revenue for the venture. We do not care about techies, Internet surfers, or search engines. We have an audience we advertise directly to. We do not care about anyone else beyond that audience. Search engines list us because that makes them more complete. That makes them able to seek higher advertising revenues or other benefits."
Suggestion: I am going to be stuck (as so many others are) at Heathrow
for about 8 hours between planes (and of course this happens to Gatwick
and Stanstead) why not put in a little section for each airport or least
Gatwick since it is so close to you, as to what might be doable
sightseeing by taxi or perhaps rental car rather than sitting in
terminal? Any ideas? Here's Gatwick Aviation Society -
Old Airliners and more about Gatwick by Vince
Aardvark's EFL Resources
which is a collection of addresses, links and resources for students
and teachers of English as a Foreign Language ("EFL" in the trade).
International House - International Language Centres
where, they hope, English language students and teachers will find more and
better course information than they will anywhere else! There are some
that might appeal even to non-EFL folk!
We are thinking of including this map on the main page. Useful?