Two real versions of London Bridge survive – one in the heart of London, England (which features in Jaspa’s Journey 2: The Pride of London), the other in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Go Figure!
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I love bees. And the Butchart Gardens outside Victoria on Vancouver Island are a paradise for them.
Walking around the remains of Carn Euny Ancient Village in Cornwall, it’s amazing to think it was abandoned over 1600 years ago!
Despite being built more than 300 years after Shakespeare wrote the play Romeo and Juliet, people still flock to see ‘Juliet’s Balcony’ when visiting Verona in Italy!
The Lion’s Mound was constructed to commemorate the wounding of the Dutch Prince of Orange at the Battle of Waterloo. Today it features prominently on the battlefield... and also in the third Jaspa’s Journey adventure, Jaspa’s Waterloo!
The Pyramids at Giza are incredible. But so is their grandfather – the oldest pyramid of them all, the Step Pyramid of Djoser at nearby Saqqara.
I imagine the Parthenon is a special place at any time of the day, but first thing in the morning, before the crowds arrive, is just magical.
All airplanes make me and my brother, Bisckits, very happy. But visiting the Spruce Goose at the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum in McMinnville, Oregon, made us ecstatic.
Murchison the baby giraffe or Indali the baby elephant: which would be your favourite new arrival at Chester Zoo?
In just four years an abandoned Cornish clay quarry was transformed into the Eden Project: a futuristic garden complete with gigantic domes filled with Rainforest and Mediterranean ecosystems.