|The 1902 State Landau Carriage set to carry the bride and groom from the service|
Following a recent newsletter by the TripAdvisor, they advised of some of the things you could do while in England, or places you could visit. These could be treated as pre or post tours in accordance to the royal wedding!
1. The Tower of London - founded towards end of 1066,built in 1078 and as a part of the Norman Conquest of England.
2. The Beatles Story - Located in Liverpool's historic Albert Dock, the Beatles story is a unique visitor attraction that is said to transport you on an enlightening and atmospheric journey into the life,times, culture and music of the legendary Beatles.
3. The Roman Baths - After work the Romans enjoyed a public bath at the thermae, something similar to the health clubs that we usually have now. They Baths had reading area, saunas, steams, exercise areas etc. These were considered a social meeting place.
4. The Royal Pavillion - Located in Brighton, The Royal Pavillion is a former royal residence located built in the early 19th century as a seaside retreat for the prince regent, who later became King George IV, who visited Britain in 1783 due to his physician advising him that the seawater would be beneficial to his gout. This is also where he would meet his companion Ms Fitzherbert although it was illegal due to her Catholic religion.