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  • Europe 2017Thursday 10th August 2017 Today we leave France and head over to London, England. We are going on the Eurostar train that goes under the channel. We walk to our local underground subway station and catch the subway to Gare du Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Aug 12, 2017
  • Brooklands: birthplace of British motorsport and aviationBrooklands is the first purpose-built motor circuit constructed by wealthy landowner Hugh Locke King in 1907. It was used as a car racing circuit until the First World War, when it was commandeered by the Department of Defence. After the Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Aug 2, 2017
  • Portsmouth to WokingWe only had a short 80 min jaunt from Portsmouth to Woking, where we dumped our bags and went for a stroll around this interesting town which cleverly mixes old with new. We wanted to check out buses for our Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Aug 1, 2017
  • Returning to Dunhampstead [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/880679/large_45512484703159-Leaving_Worce.._Worcester.jpg caption=Leaving Worcester, July 28, 2002 - Sunday morni Posted by greatgrandmaR in Narrowboat Holiday | Apr 3, 2017
  • Falmouth to PortsmouthWe awoke this morning to clear skies, and no rain. In fact the sun came out before we left. A quick walk gave us a chance to see and photo Falmouth without the drizzle. The station looked particularly lovely bathed Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 30, 2017
  • Devon weddingThe wedding went very well today, the bride looked beautiful. After 2 weeks of very long hard days getting everything ready for the wedding on the farm, we have been extremely tired today, but now it is ver and Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Jul 30, 2017
  • FalmouthFalmouth is lovely even in the rain. While spending most of the day at the museum we still managed to wander around the town, getting very damp, but marvelling at the scenery. [ Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 29, 2017
  • Bristol to Falmouth We had a late start this morning catching the 10:45 from Bristol Temple Meads ( that's the name of the main station in Bristol) to Exeter St Davids, where we changed onto the GWR's Cornish Riv Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 28, 2017
  • Chipping Norton [ Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 25, 2017
  • Beautiful sunny day in Devon A beautiful sunny day in Devon today, shorts and tshirt weather. Oops, just went outside to take a photo and it has clouded over, still very warm. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/899664/IMG_9525.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/89966 Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Jul 25, 2017
  • Oxford I found, by chance, that I have wifi at our BnB so I thought I' Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 24, 2017
  • Farewell Cotswolds, Hello Liverpool (& Golf)Thursday: We knew we were in England when we loaded the bags into the car at Chipping Campden as a light rain was falling although it was not cold. It was a 3 hour drive to Liverpool, however Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 23, 2017
  • OxfordWednesday we drove to Oxford where we had booked a walking tour. Our tour guide was a retired Oxford Master and was therefore passionate about Oxford University. It is huge and the 38 colleges are scattered all over the Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 21, 2017
  • CotswoldsThe drive from Bath to The Cotswolds took us through many very pretty English villages and lush green Countryside. Our first stop in The Cotswolds was the picturesque village of Bibury with lovely quaint rustic cottages. Everywhere you turned, Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 21, 2017
  • DevonWhat a whirlwind week it has been here in Devon, Lindesay has been very busy working on the farm helping to get the grounds ready for the wedding, we have both been helping to make place name tags, attaching lollies Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Jul 20, 2017
  • York to ChesterWe had our second day of rail travel, leaving York station around 10:00 am this morning. We travelled first class again which is very comfortable. The first leg only had two stops, one at Leeds and the other at Huddersfield, Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 20, 2017
  • York(4) Today is our last day in York and as we both wanted to see the M Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 19, 2017
  • BathAfter a hearty breakfast at Kings Farm, and a stop at our favourite Withypool tearoom for coffee, we set off for Bath. We drove through beautiful green pastures on very narrow farm lanes - all very lovely and Glyn Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 18, 2017
  • Cornwall to ExmoorFriday: We decided to take to coastal drive from Cornwall to Exmoor. This coast is known as the surf coast of the UK. Again the weather was good to us. Our morning coffee stop was in Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 17, 2017
  • YorkToday is a beautiful day, probably the best we have had weatherwise in the time we have been in the UK. We caught the tube to Kings Cross station and then Greg found the Virgin lounge for those travelling first Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 18, 2017
  • London(6)Where we are staying is within an easy 10 minute walk from Kensington Gardens, so we headed that way this morning. Saw some grey squirrels in a local garden on the way. The Garden was full of runners and dog Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 16, 2017
  • CornwallWe have now settled ourselves for three nights into White Cottage B&B in St Teath. Again we have lovely hosts - Les and Diane. We were welcomed with home baked almond tarts, lemon tarts, chocolate and banana cake and Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 15, 2017
  • London(4)We spent the day at the BM, but could have spent longer. The spirit was willing but the flesh was weak. It was fascinating and full of interesting artefacts. I particularly enjoyed the Roman and Anglo Saxon sections and was Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 14, 2017
  • Eden ProjectWe farewelled our dear 77 year-old hostess Lizzie with a hug and a kiss and set the GPS for The Eden Project. Despite the drizzle, It was still quite warm, and as we would be undercover for most of Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 14, 2017
  • London(3)We arrived at Westminster pier a good 40 mins prior to the first boat so meandered across Westminster Bridge then left along the embankment past County Hall and the London Eye. We then recrossed the Thames via the Hungerford Bridge. Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 14, 2017
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