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  • Haddon Hall a Highlight The day before we had lunch in an old pub in the charming village of Leek. We love these villages that are full of character. After leaving Derby we decided to back track to Bakewell. This is Posted by kiwiscanflyto in Kiwis Take Flight | Jul 5, 2015
  • Manchester for two nightsAfter spending three weeks in Spain, landing in Manchester felt like a culture shock in reverse. We managed to find our hotel okay after quick spotting by me that we had to take a road to the back entrance. Posted by kiwiscanflyto in Kiwis Take Flight | Jul 4, 2015
  • Day 2: London, BabyAfter barely sleeping through the night, I dragged my jetlagged self up at 8 am to shower and get ready. Carolyn and I got a passable free breakfast at the hostel and then went to meet Menaka who was spending Posted by kruntha in Misthu's Travel Blog | Jul 1, 2015
  • Bath Day 3Saturday 27th June "Cows have made the headlines this week as a man sadly died when trampled by cattle." This happened in 2013 but the inquest is still ongoing today and is in the news. So our nervousness about the cattle Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 27, 2015
  • Lyrical BalladsWe last left Mr. Hatch exploring the charming town of Chester, just south of Liverpool in England. He and his traveling partners - Mr. Ed Harper and his wife - spent just two more days in Chester before setting off Posted by W.Hatch in TRAVELLING ROCKFORD TIES | Jun 26, 2015
  • Bath Day 2Friday 26th June Things are winding down here. Our apartment is just a great place to relax and unwind. So the pull to go out and walk, look and discover is fast receding. Our thoughts are turning to Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 26, 2015
  • One day until my dads birthday!It is now one day until my dads birthday. When we first got back from Morroco we stayed one night at Uncle Andrew and Auntie Lizzies house and the next day went to a garden party with Angus, Lulu, Posted by Arin MacDyer in A Year of Summer | Jun 26, 2015
  • Bath Day 1Thursday 25th June Bath, like almost everywhere else around here, has a very long history. Its main claim to fame are the hot springs that have been channelled into baths that not only were used for leisure as far back Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 25, 2015
  • Day 1: Travel to LondonMaria von Trapp said we should start at the very beginning although I'm not sure where the beginning is. My flight out to London is the logical beginning but arguably my trip really started in first year med school when Posted by kruntha in Misthu's Travel Blog | Jun 25, 2015
  • Queens Arms, Corton Denham to "Kensington Palace", BathWednesday 24th June How can you travel half way around the world, go to a small Inn in an isolated village in Corton Denham and discover that there are two older women there tha Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 25, 2015
  • Sherborne, DorsetTuesday 23rd June Today was our last day of walking with Foot Trails. The scheduled walk was meant to take us through fields to the nearby town of Sherborne, some 4 miles or 6 kms away. But we have Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 23, 2015
  • Stapleton Arms, Weston to Queens Arms, Corton DenhamMonday 22nd June The Stapleton Arms was a very comfortable place to stop for a night. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. It was a pity that we could only be there Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 23, 2015
  • Compasses Inn, Chicksgrove to Stapleton Arms, WestonSunday 21st June It is Father's Day here and it also is the summer solstice with the longest hours of daylight. We heard that some 23,000 people stayed up all night last nigh Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 22, 2015
  • Chicksgrove Day 2Saturday 20th June There are a couple of things that I have not specificaly mentioned yet on the subject of the things that you have to negotiate while travelling. These, like the earth before a bulldozer, have just simply piled Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 20, 2015
  • Chicksgrove Day 1Friday 19th June Just a couple of relatively short walks in and around Chicksgrove that were both very good. Also a bit of lazing around in our comfortable lounges in our very comfortable, breezy and sunny, Plum Cottage. Dinner Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 19, 2015
  • Swinbrook, The Cotswolds to Chicksgrove, WessexThursday 18th June Today we moved from the Cotswolds first to Shaftesbury and then on to the Compasses Inn, at Chicksgrove, Wessex. This was a move from one area to another s Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 18, 2015
  • Country One Stops Five and SixThe canal trip, the skipper and crew, and I all [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFa1-kciCb4|took turns being "the good, the bad, and the ugly.]]" Actually, the cana Posted by pscotterly in Three Countries in Four Weeks | Jun 18, 2015
  • "Not sorry to get on to mother earth again"It has been two weeks since our first entry following the exploits of Mr. William Hatch as he crossed eastward over the ocean. While he wrote much, a ten day voyage aboard a relatively small ship in the middle of Posted by W.Hatch in TRAVELLING ROCKFORD TIES | Jun 17, 2015
  • Bledington to Taynton, Burford, Swinbrook, and AsthallTuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th June On Tuesday at 11am, our newly found friend and taxi driver, David, turned up on the dot to transfer us to the small village of Taynton. He Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 17, 2015
  • Country One Stops Three and Four An alternative to walking through the English Countryside is to[[http://www.hotelboating.co.uk/| book a trip on a narrow boat hotel]].You could even learn to navigate one Posted by pscotterly in Three Countries in Four Weeks | Jun 17, 2015
  • Returning to WhitchurchThe farmer came along this morning (before I was up) and scooped up the calf in the bucket of his tractor and took it away along with the mother. Glad to know it was still OK. Today is our last full Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Jun 12, 2015
  • BledingtonMonday, 15th June The Kings Head Inn is an interesting place. We are in a room that is "quaint" (read small) and to get to it on the first floor, first you nearly have to crawl to it on your hands Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 15, 2015
  • Another Great Day in ParadiseAnother glorious day out there today, the hottest one so far. Plenty of suntan lotion and not a fleece in sight – that's the way we like it! At one of the very first locks of the day, I suddenly hear Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Jun 11, 2015
  • Starting our return journey via ChesterI am fast asleep in the middle of the night when I hear an almighty bang. Sitting upright with a jolt and a shout of “Shit! What was that!”, I put my legs over the edge of the bed, only Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Jun 10, 2015
  • Ebrington to BledingtonSunday 14th June It stopped raining and the day was looking much better. It was also moving day as we only stay in each spot for a couple of nights and then move on. Our luggage is moved on Posted by Jill Forster in Europe 2015 | Jun 14, 2015
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