A makeover unveiled earlier this year reveals an intriguing East-meets-West vibe.
You're never far from a trendy cocktail or other Australians in London's east.
Royal history remains alive and well in these remarkable buildings.
This windswept land known as the likely setting for Wuthering Heights is also the final resting place of troubled writer Sylvia Plath.
Terminal 5, for the dedicated use of British Airways, is relatively hassle free but decidedly devoid of character.
Countries on both sides of the Channel are planning events to commemorate the turning point of WWII.
It can be difficult to rouse any enthusiasm for venturing beyond the building.
Spending 17 hours in economy class, flying 14,498 kilometres, is a challenge.
For many, this is the base of many adventures, and what a beginning, for England's vast and bloodthirsty history is intertwined in our own. Let imaginations run wild during visits to intact castles, mysterious ancient standing stones and quaint seaside villages. Wonder at the eccentricities and obsessions of its characters, from tea to tennis. And don't forget to sample its more modern day culture such as music and comedy that lie in a class of their own.