Tag Archives: 10 British Things

10 British Things About Iowa City, Iowa

Iowa City, Iowa, is home to the Iowa Writers’ Workshop at The University of Iowa. In 2009 Iowa City was deemed a City of Literature by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.

10 British Things About Providence, Rhode Island

According to the U.K. Telegraph, “Providence, Rhode Island, is the coolest city in New England.

10 British Things About Manchester, New Hampshire

Manchester, New Hampshire was named and modeled after the city of Manchester in England. Samuel Blodget, who named the city, was so impressed by Manchester, England, the first industrialized city; he imagined a similar city center in ...

10 British Things About Alexandria, VA

Alexandria, VA, may be just minutes away from Washington D.C., but there’s no risk of this vibrant city slipping into the capital’s shadow.

10 U.K. Campsites for Rough Sleeping, Caravaning and Glamping

If you find yourself craving the outdoors—whether it’s under a canvas roof, renting a caravan, or the glamping experience—we have a list of options for you in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

10 British Things About Orange County, CA

“Wee Britain,” the British-themed section of Orange County, CA, as seen in Arrested Development, may not technically exist, but why can’t we make up our own version?

10 British Things About Bergen County, NJ

New Jersey, particularly Bergen County, is a logical location for British expats to migrate to, being just a hop, skip and a jump from New York City. While the bustling city can be alluring at first glance, the slower pace of the towns ...

10 British Things About Charleston, West Virginia

West Virginia is in a funny spot in the U.S., it’s known as the most southern northern state and simultaneously the most northern southern state.

10 British Things About Fargo, ND

Fargo, ND became a household name when the Coen brothers’ auspicious dark comedy Fargo hit theaters in 1996. Sixteen years later, FX’s TV series Fargo is actually filmed in Calgary, Alberta, but that doesn’t stop ...

10 British Things About Wichita, KS

Wichita is not only the largest city in Kansas, but the 49th largest city in the U.S. It’s known as the “Air Capital of the World,” home to several aircraft companies.