Florida: Six things you must do in... Orlando (yes, it involves theme parks)
Florida is somewhere that everyone dreams of going as a child. I have wanted to go for a long long time and this summer I finally got to go there. Yes I was 18 but that's besides the point, not to mention the place is definitely not just for kids. I got to experience the joys all (most of) the theme parks as well as everything else it has to offer, including an Alligator tour and going to the gun club.
Scale Force, Cumbria The highest waterfall in the Lake District, Scale Beck lies south of Crummock Water, close to the village of Buttermere. Wordsworth described it as "a fine chasm, with a lofty, though but slender, fall of water." It can be reached from the Buttermere National Trust car park,
White Cliffs of Dover. Our tips for 25 fun things to do in England: Get there via Southeastern train from Kings Cross, 2 hours from £40 return. Have a bite at the adorable Pines Garden Tea Room. Make sure to see Deal Castle. Available to explore top to bottom, the castle also links to a cycling path that runs straight to the seaside. Grab a pint at Rack of Ale, Dover's first micro pub. Careful though, this quirky haunt enforces a phones off policy!
Kew Gardens Great institution: Kew Gardens began life in 1728 and has since grown to include the Water Lily House seen here. One of the world's most beautiful public parks, and right at the forefront of tackling the urgent problems facing us as a result of climate change.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/gardening/article-1200333/Join-Kew-Londons-greatest-botanical-garden-just-collection-trees.html#ixzz2Cdjb4jYt Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook