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Leave London's Portobello Road Market to the tourist mobs and instead go antiquing at the Bermondsey market. (Www.britainonview.com)
In London, Say Ta-Ta To Touristy Spots 
Put that guidebook down and discover off-the-tourist-track London.

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Tennyson, Anyone? (Post, May 6, 2001)

England's Eden: Dome & Garden: England's Eden Project Is Paradise for Green Thumbs (Post, April 1, 2001)

DETAILS Lake District (Post, March 25, 2001)

Foot-and-Mouth Report: Should You Still Go?: Foot-and-mouth disease has put much of the English countryside off-limits. Or has it? (Post, March 25, 2001)

SHOESTRING EUROPE London (Post, March 4, 2001)

A Damp Fine Town (Post, Feb. 11, 2001; 12:03 PM)

Cheerio, Mon Ami: A Bit of Paris in London's South Kensington (Post, Oct. 22, 2000)

Knee-Deep in Wales: In the Trekking Center of Betws-y-Coed, You Can Be a Stick in the Mud, and Like It (Post, Oct. 15, 2000)

Yeahhhh, Baby!: The London Music Scene, With Tot in Tow (Post, Oct. 8, 2000)


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