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  2. Just starting the unlivestream as I'm a day late. Discovered your videos late last night and watched a ton since.

    Pro tip, dunk dunk dunk bite, dunk dunk dunk bite. Don't stall after the dunk.

    Did you ever make it to us in East Anglia?

  3. I'm surprised the French allowed any British goods in – they used to burn our stuff.

  4. What did you think of UK TV/Radio/Newspapers etc in comparison to US?

  5. An example of British sarcasm that misfired in the US. Years ago I visited the US in a large group and one of our number was more than averagely inclined towards irony. At immigration control in Dulles Airport, the officer asked this man the purpose of his visit to the USA and he did the typical British thing of saying something deliberately outrageous (assuming that it would be an ice-breaker to enliven the day of this officer stuck in his booth for hours), something like "I've come to rob the White House", but instead of the officer going "oh, ha-ha, nice one" and then carrying on the conversation with a smile, my friend was taken to one side and interrogated for half an hour with the threat of refusing him entry to the USA. Talk about straight-laced and totally lacking any sense of humour or appreciation of irony….
    NB: This was months BEFORE 9/11, so before everything turned hyper-paranoid – I couldn't begin to imagine how bad US immigration control is nowadays.
    To US airport immigration officers, please lighten up when you talk to Brits – we're friendly, y'know….

  6. Great live stream Eric & Grace , look forward to the next one .

  7. Congratulations! Sorry to inundate you with lists, but I have a ‘condensed’ version of pretty and “historical” places to visit in different parts of England (highlighting some of the best things in each area). By the way if you ever needed any help with things to do in a certain English counties, I have lots of pretty villages/ towns/ castles etc written down for most of them. Anyway thank you for the videos and here’s the list:

    West England:
    Pretty Villages and Towns/ Cities:
    Castle Combe, Wiltshire,
    Stow-on-the-Wold, Gloucestershire,
    Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire,
    Burford, Oxfordshire,
    Lacock, Wiltshire,
    Dunster, Somerset,
    Bibury, Gloucestershire,
    Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire,
    Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire,
    Corsham, Wiltshire,
    Broadway Village, Worcestershire,
    Axbridge, Somerset,
    Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire,
    Woodstock, Oxfordshire,
    Cirencester, Gloucestershire.
    Bath, Somerset,
    Oxford, Oxfordshire,
    Wells, Somerset,
    Bristol (its own county) *well preserved 18th century section, as well as modern, vibrant areas,
    Salisbury, Wiltshire.

    Medieval Cathedrals/ Abbeys:
    Salisbury Cathedral,
    Wells Cathedral,
    Gloucester Cathedral,
    Bath Abbey,
    Tewkesbury Abbey.

    Medieval Castles/ Stately homes and Manor Houses:
    Blenheim Palace,
    Wilton House,
    Sudeley Castle,
    Dyrham Park,
    Berkeley Castle,
    Longleat House,

    South England:
    Pretty Villages and Towns/ Cities:
    St. Ives, Cornwall,
    Rye, East Sussex,
    Corfe Castle Village, Dorset,
    Mousehole, Cornwall,
    Clovelly Village, Devon,
    Alfriston Village, East Sussex,
    Totnes, Devon,
    Polporro, Cornwall,
    Dartmouth, Devon,
    Sandwich Town, Kent,
    Cockington Village, Devon,
    Chilham Village, Kent,
    Wherwell, Hampshire,
    Arundel Town, West Sussex,
    Sherborne, Dorset.
    Canterbury, Kent,
    Brighton, East Sussex *a mix of charming/historic with new/vibrant,
    Rochester, Kent,
    Winchester, Hampshire,
    Exeter, Devon *heavily bombed in WW2 – yet retains charm in places.

    Medieval Cathedrals/ Abbeys:
    Canterbury Cathedral,
    Winchester Cathedral,
    Exeter Cathedral,
    Sherborne Abbey.

    Medieval Castles/ Stately homes and Manor Houses:
    Bodiam Castle,
    Arundel Castle,
    Leeds Castle *not actually in Leeds,
    Knole House,
    Dover Castle,
    Ightham Mote,
    Herstmonceux Castle,
    Highclere Castle,
    Hever Castle,
    Rochester Castle,
    Penshurst Place.

    North England:
    Pretty Villages and Towns/ Cities:
    Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire,
    Ludlow, Shropshire,
    Bakewell, Derbyshire,
    Staithes, North Yorkshire,
    Hawkeshead Village, Cumbria,
    Haworth, West Yorkshire,
    Richmond, North Yorkshire,
    Kirkby Lonsdale, Cumbria,
    Grassington, North Yorkshire,
    Longnor Village, Staffordshire,
    Thornton-le-Dale, North Yorkshire,
    Bishop’s Castle, Shropshire,
    Whitby, North Yorkshire,
    Alnwick Town, Northumberland,
    Castleton, Derbyshire.
    York, North Yorkshire,
    Durham, County Durham,
    Chester, Cheshire,
    Southwell, Nottinghamshire.

    Medieval Cathedrals/ Abbeys:
    Durham Cathedral,
    York Minster,
    Fountains Abbey *ruins,
    Beverley Minster,
    Southwell Minster,
    Rievaulx Abbey *ruins,
    Chester Cathedral,
    Whitby Abbey *ruins.

    Medieval Castles/ Stately homes and Manor Houses:
    Chatsworth House,
    Alnwick Castle,
    Castle Howard,
    Stokesay Castle,
    Haddon Hall,
    Bamburgh Castle,
    Kedleston Hall,
    Hardwick Hall,
    Bolton Castle,
    Little Moreton Hall.

    East England:
    Pretty Villages and Towns/ Cities:
    Lavenham, Suffolk,
    Stamford, Lincolnshire,
    Wendens Ambo Village, Essex,
    Kersey Village, Suffolk,
    Uppingham, Rutland,
    Saffron Walden, Essex,
    Little Walsingham, Norfolk,
    Houghton Village, Cambridgeshire,
    Clare Village, Suffolk,
    Chelsworth, Suffolk,
    Dedham Village, Essex,
    Castle Rising Village, Norfolk,
    Flatford, Suffolk.
    Cambridge, Cambridgeshire,
    Lincoln, Lincolnshire,
    Norwich, Norfolk,
    Ely, Cambridgeshire.

    Medieval Cathedrals/ Abbeys:
    Lincoln Cathedral,
    Ely Cathedral,
    King’s College Chapel, Cambridge,
    Peterborough Cathedral,
    Norwich Cathedral.

    Medieval Castles/ Stately homes and Manor Houses:
    Holkham Hall,
    Burghley House,
    Houghton Hall,
    Castle Rising,
    Belton House,
    Oxburgh Hall,
    Blickling Hall,
    Tattershall Castle.

    Central England:
    Pretty Villages and Towns/ Cities:
    Turville, Buckinghamshire,
    Shere, Surrey,
    Denham Village, Buckinghamshire,
    Oundle, Northamptonshire,
    Shipston-on-Stour, Warwickshire,
    Amersham, Buckinghamshire,
    Weobley, Herefordshire,
    Woburn Village, Bedfordshire,
    Welford-on-Avon, Warwickshire,
    West Wycombe Village, Buckinghamshire,
    Ledbury, Herefordshire,
    Collyweston, Northamptonshire,
    Long Crendon, Buckinghamshire,
    Ilmington, Warwickshire,
    Pembridge Village, Herefordshire.
    Worcester, Worcestershire,
    Windsor Town, Berkshire,
    St Albans, Hertfordshire,
    Lichfield, Staffordshire.

    Medieval Cathedrals/ Abbeys:
    Worcester Cathedral,
    St. Albans Cathedral,
    Lichfield Cathedral,
    St. George’s Chapel, Windsor.

    Medieval Castles/ Stately homes and Manor Houses:
    Warwick Castle,
    Windsor Castle,
    Hatfield House,
    Baddesley Clinton Manor.

    St. Paul’s Cathedral,
    Hampton Court Palace,
    Westminster Abbey,
    Tower of London,
    Baroque Maritime buildings in Greenwich.

  8. Really enjoyed the live even if I didn't join you live. I've never heard of "London fog" to me steamed or hot milk in tea sounds a bit weird. Is it like a tea version of a cappuccino?

    I once knew someone who would use a teaspoon to get at the biscuits in the bottom of the tea. Everyone else thought it was a bit yuck. Most people just leave a bit of tea in the mug if that happens.

  9. Just so you know a place in the uk has to have a cathedral to be a city. Also if your going to have a sunday roast find a friend to make it, do not go to a pub for it you want to have it home made 😉

  10. 1:09:46 I was only referring to my own hair, which is short and over the years has probably had all life washed out of it by industrial use of Poundland showergel!

  11. You would really like York, that’s worth a visit for sure. My husband is from Northern Ireland and Belfast is super interesting to see, if you do a little research beforehand about the troubles. The murals are interesting. The north Coast of NI is beautiful, as is county Donegal but that is actually in Ireland way over on the west coast. My husband grew up near the Mourne Mountains in County Down and it’s beautiful – rolling hills and lots of countryside. We holiday in Cornwall most years (supposed to be going at the end of the month with our three kids but I don’t think that will happen) … I really like the north coast of Cornwall – Padstow, Port Isaac… Mousehole is also gorgeous and you need to go and see the Minack. We saw a show there one year and it was incredible!

  12. 5:44 @wandering ravens – !!!!!!! – do you know what "soggy biscuit" means in the UK? OMG Google "soggy biscuit" right now!!!!!!!!

  13. In Australia If a urinal is not readily available, it is legal to urinate on the rear left tyre of your vehicle

  14. Sorry missed the live stream guess you will be at 20 thou by year end x

  15. Don't listen to the trolls, you are making my lockdown better. It is really interesting to hear about different sociology. You sure are typical yanks though. But I like it.

  16. Love you guys. Sooo with it regarding UK speak. More than happy to help with all things UK

  17. Sorry I wasn’t there on the life stream, congratulations on the 10k. 7 years of bad luck same as in The Netherlands..

  18. i'd highly recommend going to the cheltenham beer festival they have a lot of traditional and new beer there

  19. Great stream guys, we enjoyed watching it until it was the kiddo's bedtime. Stay safe x

  20. Loved the live stream guys lovely couple wish yous a happy and successful life

  21. Lancaster! Get your bums over here. Historic and Royal.

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