Where would Paddington Bear vacation in Cornwall?

When Paddington Bear leaves Paddington Station in London, he will travel for nine hours to reach his destination on the Lizard Peninsula in the Southwest part of England.





After his long journey, he’ll find rest and relaxation at the Trelowarren Estate.





He looked online for places to stay in Cornwall, this description of the Trelowarren Estates intrigued him.

How about a romantic Eco chic country retreat in Norfolk England?

Are you interested in a getaway from the world to spend time with someone special and feel good about helping the planet?





If you agree, here’s the place to give you a dream hideaway in the English countryside. It’s the StrattonsHotel in Norfolk, UK. You’ll find it in the market town of Swaffam in Norfolk. Your eyes will gleam when you spy the smart country home; it’s actually a beautiful Queen Anne Palladian villa.

Here’s one place to find 2015 travel trends for you and your family.

Planning a vacation in 2015?  Seeking new vacation ideas? Here are three websites that offer you suggestions for  new travel experience, whether you’re single, married without kids, or happy family of many sizes and generations.




For Families:

For the family of every size and travel wishes check out PeterGreenberg , the Insider Guide to Travel, with his “Top 10 Family Travel Trends 2015.”

Looking for 2015 vacation cities?

A thought for the New Year:

I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes. Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changes your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re doing something.” Neil Gaiman

Now it’s time to dream and plan your New Year’s trip with these eight wonderful places around the world.YouTube Preview Image

How to give your children an experience with London’s magical literary sights

What are the benefits for children from reading literature?

Many educators agree that reading literature gives children these valuable life skills:

  • Literature provides pleasure to listeners and readers.
  • Literature builds experience.
  • Literature provides a language model for those who hear and read it.
  • Literature develops thinking skills. 

What special life lessons have British authors taught children about life?