JourneyWoman readers share their recommendations for solo women to stay in London, UK, and tips for getting around the city.
Our October book of the month explores the little-known history of the German occupation of Guernsey and affirms the power of the written word.
Beyond the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, there’s an outdoor festival in 2022 to satisfy every interest in Britain: literary, arts, gardening and more.
Guest writer Claudia Eastman shares her tips for solo travel in London, a city that never disappoints.
JourneyWoman Joy Fox travels to England and Scotland to revisit her memories and heal her past.
The Stanfords bookshop in Covent Garden is a rare bird that specializes solely in travel literature.
London is an art lover’s dream. Art aficionado Maggie Fairs shares her top 5 picks to help you explore these wonderful galleries online.
Need a nosh or a cuppa? JourneyWoman Joy shares her bangin’ tips on England’s best spots to stay, eat, and explore, including tours, pubs and afternoon tea. To help you talk like a local, she’s also compiled a handy guide to British slang – you’ll want to take a gander at this!
For Jo Anne, the sound of David Bowie brings back fond memories from 1967 when she met her first love on a ship from England to the USSR.
During lockdown, I’ve really enjoyed watching The Bald Explorer on YouTube.