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Beautiful Vacations In Blackpool
You know what they say - you've never been to England if you've never been to Blackpool. Of course, locals in every single town around Britain will claim the same thing about their towns. Blackpool, however, is one of the very few towns that actually has any right to claim such a thing - and for good reason.
It's Not Black But It Does Have a Pool.
Take a ride on the famous Blackpool trams. The track runs for 12 miles down the Promenade, but don't worry, it won't take you anywhere near London. Get your freak on and dance under the world's largest disco ball. Grab a Cosmopolitan while you're at it. Visit Blackpool's Sandcastle water park where it's always summer, even in the middle of winter. Don't forget to wear those thermal coats over your bikini if you head outside, though. Frozen buns are not a Blackpool delicacy.
With so much to offer, Blackpool is not a place you visit for a day. For the traveler on a budget, you're better off spending on Blackpool's many attractions rather than some posh (as the Brits like to say) hotel you only sleep in. Clean, comfortable, and most importantly cheap at only £30-£40 a night, a Blackpool guest house is the perfect place to rest your weary head after a day of exploring.
If Hairdryers Are Safe at the Strathmore, So Are You!
The Good Life - Living in a Bar
When You're Only Pretending to Be on Vacation
As a downside, these Blackpool guest houses only accept couples or families. Singles are turned away at the door and sent to where they belong - in posh hotel rooms where they could actually invite the barman or barwoman in.
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