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Joel Murray

Lincoln (England)

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Saved by grace. Married to Hannah and father to Rebekah. Big football fan (I support Leicester City).

I was born in Leicester and now live in Lincoln, both in the UK, working in digital marketing.

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AUnited Kingdom: Best way to see Highclere Castle and other UK Castles?

If you have time, Lincoln Castle​ would be worth a visit too. It was built by William the Conqueror so has huge history to it and it also houses one of the four remaining original copies of Magna Carta in an amazing underground vault. There is a Downton... See More


AWhere in the world are your favorite annual Christmas markets?

For something unique and in the UK, the Lincoln (England)​ Christmas Market is amazing. It's set around the Cathedral Quarter and goes in and out of the medieval ruins and streets as well as through the grounds of Lincoln Castle​.... See More


AWhat's the steepest place you've ever been?

​Something a bit different is Lincoln (England)​'s Steep Hill​. It lives up to its name and is quite infamous for visitors and residents alike! Right from the city centre Lincoln has an incline on the main High Street leading... See More


AUnited Kingdom: What 'Must See Things' Are There on the East Coast and in Central UK ?

Make a trip to Lincoln (England)​ on the East Coast mainline. It's a world class historic city with a fine example of Norman architecture in the Cathedral Quarter including Lincoln Cathedral​ and Lincoln Castle​.... See More


ALondon: Quaint day trips outside of London

Give Lincoln​ a try. It's a similar historic city to Oxford/Windsor but less known so won't be as touristy. Lots of lovely little boutiques to shop in and the stunning Lincoln Cathedral​ and Lincoln Castle​... See More


AEurope: Top ten must see places in Germany, France and UK

While you're in London​ check out Lincoln​, about 2 hours by train. It's similar to other historic cities but has a real modern twist to it and isn't often an excursion taken by visitors in London; something different... See More




   
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