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Take a trip to Brighton

Brighton is a constituent part of the city of Brighton and Hove, a former town situated on the southern coast of England, in the county of East Sussex. It is best known as a seaside resort. Restaurant lover? Into your vintage? Got the kids? Whatever your priorities, you will be amply satisfied in Brighton. Best things to do in Brighton Explore Brighton Palace Pier You can't get much more of the British seaside experience than eating fresh fish and chips at the end of Brighton Pier and partaking in some of the entertainment... with fairground rides, bars and restaurants stretching out into the sea. Brighton Palace Pier has a lot to offer.   Take in immense sea views from the British Airways i360 Some might see it as a bit of an eyesore, but the views from this 150-metre-high observation tower are impressive. You can see pretty much all of Brighton! Book to see the Lady boys of Bangkok  Lady boys Flight of Fantasy Tour 2021 - the showgirls are Back! After postponing last yea
The next exciting stop on our 'Unbelievable' Tour 2021, is the beautiful market town of Kendal in the southern Lakeland District of Cumbria. Historically the centre of Kendal was formed around a high street with fortified alleyways, known as yards, off either side, which allowed people to shelter from the Anglo Scottish raiders known as Border Reivers .  It was one of the most important woollen textile centres in England.   Its numerous yards were filled with w orkshops for processing cloth, leather, and food products.   It earned the name ‘Auld Grey Town’ as much of the town was built from Limestone.    Kendal now has speciality shops on its cobbled streets and yards and is a centre for shopping and culture. Kendal's early prosperity was based largely on cloth manufacturing. Its most famous woollen cloth was Kendal Green, said to have been worn by the Kendal Bowmen.   William Shakespeare also refers to Kendal Green in Henry IV (part 1).   There are still several industr