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Ten things you didn't know about England's
Rugby World Cup hosts

by Katie Rowe

July 30 2015 in Expert insights

1. The Prince Regent hosted a 127-dish banquet at Brighton’s Royal Pavilion in honour of the visiting Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia in 1817 and the pièce de résistance was a 4ft-high Turkish mosque constructed entirely out of marzipan. Hear more about…

A Rugby World Cup special: in conversation with Sam Burgess, Bill Beaumont and Nigel Melville

by Katie Rowe

July 29 2015 in Expert insights

Yorkshire lad Sam Burgess aka ‘slamming Sam’ played in Rugby League for the South Sydney Rabbitohs after he was persuaded by actor Russell Crowe, co-owner of the club. He has since switched over to Rugby Union and currently plays for Bath Rugby. What do…

Can you solve our all-England emoji quiz?

Can you solve our all-England emoji quiz?

by Katie Rowe

July 16 2015 in Expert insights

Today is World Emoji Day (yes this is an actual thing) and as we are big fans of the thumbs up and occasional party guy symbol when using IM - purely for work purposes of course - we thought we’d get in on the act and bring out our emoji-nal side with…

Things to do this weekend: Extreme stunts and funky trumpets

by Katie Rowe

July 16 2015 in Things to do

Check out some of our favourite things to do this weekend and find even more things to do while you're away with realtimetravelguide.com, a pioneering website where local travel experts around England are sharing hidden gems, top events and special offers…

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