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When people think of the United Kingdom, usually the first thing that comes to mind is London but there is so much more to this country than just one city.

The United Kingdom (UK) has endless acres of beautiful mountains, trails, oceans, rivers and so much more. Visitors and even the local people spend their days hiking up hillsides or fishing in the rivers or taking a ferry to an island. The sceneries are gorgeous and are some of the most beautiful places you will ever see.

In Richard Park, located in London, there is an immense amount of deer– over 600 to be exact. This park is over 2500 acres and has beautiful scenery, perfect for walking or just a tranquil place to break away from the rush of the city.

Villages in the UK are filled with stores that are owned by the local people and this allows for them to make their products such as jewelry, bags, clothes, home decor and even food. The shopping is different than what most people are used to, there are not so much outlets but Mum and Pop shops that sell the same things just not in mass production.

Camden Passage in Islington London has the most quaint set up of shops that sell a lot of antiques and vintage clothes, along with other old-fashioned things. It’s tucked away in the busy London, but worth it once you get there.

We have more than just fish and chips here! Some of the best places to eat are in the UK that can give a great meal, a history lesson with the building it’s being hosted in and an unforgettable experience. A lot of the food made in the UK is locally grown and each place has their own specific dining experience.

Bundobust was originally in Leeds but now is moved into Manchester. Looking at the place, it does not seem like much but once you enter it’s a completely different story. It is a doorway that leads you down into what looks like an upscale basement and it allows you to look up at the street from the windows in the ceiling– not to mention it sells affordable Indian food. So next time you see the windows, do not walk by but rather go downstairs.