Places You Wouldn't Want To Live in The U.K.
When most people imagine the United Kingdom, they think of London, wry humor and polite people. It might seem unthinkable that Great Britain has some real dung piles among its treasures but these 5 cities will have you wondering why there is a “Great” in front of “Britain”.
At number 5. Sandwell
The available jobs in this West Midlands town are so poorly paid that the average resident has zero disposable income. The good news for locals is that Sandwell has a pretty high mortality rate, so they don’t have to suffer for very long.
At Number 4. Gwent Valleys
No matter which metric you choose to measure Gwent Valleys scores poorly. Crime? Check. Poor healthcare? Check. A-hole teenagers all around? Oh yeah. In a country that’s filled with coastline and rolling hills, Gwent Valleys has none of that. It’s just the worst.
At Number 3. High Wycombe
Petty crime and drug use are present; as is a low employment rate. The little money High Wycombe does have it spends on the schools which is great. Of course, that doesn’t do the average tourist any good.
At Number 2. Southampton
Southampton is simply filled with half-destroyed buildings blotting the landscape. To be fair, the place was bombed in World War II. That is a pretty solid excuse, but on the other hand, they’ve had the better part of eighty years to get the place back in order …
And at number 1. Morecambe
In the 1930s, luminaries like Coco Chanel used to hang out in Morecambe These days, Morecambe is more known for its dilapidation. The coastline outside the city is stunning, but if you’re being completely honest, coasts aren’t exactly a point of pride, and neither is Morecambe.
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Established in 2012 and named after the late Kay Tinios, Kay’s Cafe offers a warm and inviting atmosphere perfect for your morning coffee or to catch up with friends and family. Guest Wi-Fi and a relaxed setting provide the perfect backdrop for your next business meeting. In addition to your cafe favorites, Kay’s offers a breakfast menu as well as a wide variety of cakes, pastries, and desserts. An eclectic mix of unique gifts, cards, and books, makes Kay’s the perfect One-stop shop for gift-giving and celebrations of all kinds.
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Nearly a century ago, an Apple Train ran its weekly route from the heart of Boston to the rolling orchards of Applecrest Farm. People mostly drive here now, but the farm remains as New Hampshire's oldest and largest apple orchard. It's the oldest continuously-operated in America. Four generations of the Wagner family have worked this land, dedicated to their simple mission of sustainably growing the finest fruit and vegetables available.
Visit Applecrest today and discover a bounty of grown-on-the-farm delights, including over 40 varieties of apples, peaches, berries, sweet corn, pumpkins and an array of summer vegetables. Beneath the timbers of a 200 year-old barn, find jugs of our all-natural apple cider, made-from-scratch confectioneries (including our famous hot cider donuts) and an array of other locally produced farm goods.
Sanborn’s Fine Candies, since 1957 – The first Chocolate Shop on the internet where you can create your very own assortment of your favorite chocolate selections.
Sanborn’s Fine Candies Voted “Seacoast’s Best Candy Shop” was awarded as having the best Dark Chocolate in the State of NH.
Built in 1740, this family-run restaurant provides the highest quality food that is sure to satisfy any palate. Fresh seafood is our specialty, including boiled lobster, an incredible New England clambake, and the catch of the day from nearby fishermen. Don't forget to try our award-winning clam chowder!
For the land lovers, we offer a wide variety of mouth-watering USDA choice steaks, cooked just the way you like, along with some great chicken dishes. Our pasta selections include delicious Italian cuisine served with salad, garlic bread and of course, your favorite wine. We happily consider the special needs of our guests, including vegetarian and food allergy accomodations. We offer an extensive gluten-free menu and smoke-free dining rooms.
Our nautical tavern is the perfect spot for gathering with family or friends. Catch up on the latest sporting events on our high-definition TV's, savor our domestic and imported draft beers, or just kick back and relax with some casual late-night dining.
At the Community Oven we're passionate about supporting children's programs, local charities, and products created right here in our local region. The “Community” Oven isn't just a name - its part of our mission to be actively involved in the Seacoast community and support local business.
For more than two decades, our mission at Smuttynose has remained simple: to brew the best beer we can in a way we can be proud of. That includes honoring New England’s rich history of beermaking, respecting our environment and playing an active role in our community.
We value creativity and quality, authenticity and sustainability, but at the end of the day, it really boils down to making great beers to be enjoyed with family and friends. We hope you love drinking our beers as much as we love brewing them. Cheers!
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America's Stonehenge on the Autumnal Equinox in Salem, New Hampshire
SALEM, N.H. — Using the astronomical chart on a table in the covered tower, visitors aim their gaze along worn arrows to huge, upright stones hundreds of feet away. Beyond each slab of granite, clearings stretch the eye to the horizon on a dazzling day in late summer New Hampshire.
On Wednesday's autumnal equinox, people will flock to the woods near the Massachusetts state line, watch the sun rise or fall over the huge chunks of granite and decide for themselves whether they're standing amid relics of ancient history or pure hooey.
This is “America's Stonehenge,” a weird, one-acre grouping of rock configurations named for the mysterious formation on England's Salisbury Plain. It has drawn believers who say it's a thousand or more years old and skeptics who say the evidence suggests it was the work of a 19th century shoemaker.
For $12, visitors get to meander along well-trod footpaths through walls of stacked granite, some overtopped with slabs that weigh several tons to form cave-like enclosures like the “Sundeck” chamber and “V-hut.” The spooky centerpiece is the “Oracle” chamber, complete with what is billed as a secret bed and a speaking tube where words spoken from inside the chamber could be heard outside at the equally eerie “Sacrificial Table.”
Owner Dennis Stone firmly believes the site — called “Mystery Hill Caves” when it opened in 1958 — is as much as 4,000 years old, the work of Native Americans or perhaps ancient Europeans who arrived millennia before Columbus.
Stone said three carbon dating efforts indicate the site was used about 4,000 years ago and one fire pit is 7,300 years old. (Scientists say the research proves only that there was a fire and that none of those dates is linked to human activity.)
Anthropologists and archaeologists believe America's Stonehenge was more likely the homestead of shoemaker Jonathan Pattee, who settled here in 1823.
In his 2006 book “The Archaeology of New Hampshire: Exploring 10,000 Years in the Granite State,” Plymouth State University archaeologist David Starbuck called America's Stonehenge “unquestionably provocative, puzzling and, above all, controversial.”
Starbuck notes the 19th century quarrying marks on many of the stones and said the site has been altered so many times over the decades — particularly by owner and researcher William Goodwin starting in 1936 — that there will never be a way to settle the argument over its genesis.
“There is probably no serious, trained archaeologist who believes that it was created thousands of years ago,” Starbuck said.
“There's a huge burden of proof when you make controversial claims,” he said. “They've always had that problem. That doesn't take away from the inherent interest in that site. It is a curious place and it is worth visiting.”
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