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  • London!On a whim, I decided to take up a friend's invite to join her in London for the weekend. After spending more than I thought on a flight (wow do the pound and euro sign look similar if you Posted by Skraft94 in Oh the places I will see | Mar 28, 2015
  • England - CotswoldsOver Paul’s birthday we hired a car and spent a few days in the Cotswolds, a beautiful area of UK countryside with rolling green fields and streams dotted with historic villages built from Cotswold stone. Our time included exploring lots Posted by in | Oct 30, 2014
  • England - OxfordLucy’s Uncle Richard lives in Oxford, being an ex-University of Oxford employee gave us a fantastic guided tour of the Oxford Colleges, grounds and laneways filling us in on the history of the city. This was followed by afternoon tea Posted by in | Oct 27, 2014
  • Bristol - Gatwick As we have an early morning flight, we thought we'd travel up to Gatwick the night before and stay overnight in a hotel close to the airport, and you certainly can't get much closer than Premier Inn at the North Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Mar 8, 2015
  • ROADTRIP Day 3 Penzance to WellsBreakfast then hit the road. The sun is out. Meeting Jay & Leah in Marazion. [ Posted by Traci_Rae in UK ROADTRIP 2014 | May 29, 2014
  • ROADTRIP,- Day 2 Yealmpton to Penzance We woke to the sounds of birds and bleeding lambs. Did I mention we were in the English countryside? What a wonderful nights sleep. I wish we had stayed here longer. Looking out the window all one can see is Posted by Traci_Rae in UK ROADTRIP 2014 | May 28, 2014
  • THE ARRIVAL Flight from Singapore to Heathrow. Well what can I say..... Feeling lucky that we were given 4 seats between the 2 of us across the middle row. Feeling unlucky that Rae took up 3 of these seats and slept for Posted by Traci_Rae in UK ROADTRIP 2014 | May 25, 2014
  • ROADTRIP Day 1- Waterloo to Yealmpton We check out of the Wellington and head over to pick up the car from Europcar. We pick up the car and it's all down hill from there. We blame too much to look at. Following directions is easy Posted by Traci_Rae in UK ROADTRIP 2014 | May 27, 2014
  • A DAY IN LONDONGood morning Waterloo After breakfast we meet up with Jay at Waterloo Station. Caught a train and walked up to Buckingham Palace. What a sight. Today was the changing of the guard. What a splendid display of discipline in all the Posted by Traci_Rae in UK ROADTRIP 2014 | May 26, 2014
  • Finally time for another trip I think this trip can best be described as a consolation prize, after not being able to go to Eritrea as planned in February because the visa didn't turn up in time. (Incidentally, the Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Mar 8, 2015
  • Rievoulx Abbey and Helmsley Castle[b]On February 21, I went on a class trip to Rievoulx Abbey and the town of Helmsley. It was for my class called "The Visual Past" where we look at ruins of abbeys and castles in order to see what Posted by Kateogan in Studying Abroad in York, England | Mar 4, 2015
  • Robin Hood's Bay to Whitby: A Coastal HikeSaturday , February 28, some friends and I caught a a morning train for ridiculously cheap and ended up in Whitby. From Whitby we caught a bus to Robin Hood's Bay. We wandered around Robin Hood's Bay for a Posted by Kateogan in Studying Abroad in York, England | Mar 4, 2015
  • London pit stop We only had a couple of days in London so we decided to take in a few of the free sites and take it easy. After the bus drop us off at 5am instead of 9am we were a Posted by Addy21 in A photo a day | Feb 28, 2015
  • DurhamThe first class excursion the class went to was Durham, about an hour north of York. Once we got off the train, we were immediately greeted with a high view of the city, and it was unbelievable: [img= Posted by Kateogan in Studying Abroad in York, England | Feb 17, 2015
  • Old places, old mates and cool stuffA busy week in London meant some tired munchkins but plenty of smiles: * Natural history museum - really cool set up with so much to see but never enough time, Claire (aka Pickle) joined us for a wander with the Posted by hollyer in Skiing, friends, family and good times | Feb 3, 2015
  • History of York[center]This weekend was the York Residents Festival and, as I am currently residing in York, admission to many of the museums and landmarks was free. I didn't hit everything on my list, but I saw quite a bit and explored Posted by Kateogan in Studying Abroad in York, England | Feb 2, 2015
  • SnowWe woke up this morning to be greeted with snow everywhere. Just a short reminder of what we are leaving behind today. The packing is done and we wait to be collected for our epic journey. Posted by Tim Wettone in New Zealand and Australia | Jan 31, 2015
  • Chapels. And not one fell down......We cannot by any means say that we dented the list of churches and chapels in the countries we visited. However we have a view created from our experiences for those of you who are happy to read the Posted by claptonisgod in Latestage OE for enchanted shoelaces | Jan 23, 2015
  • Tomorrow to Ireland!Tomorrow morning we leave London for Dublin, Ireland. We will be taking a train across to the western coast of Wales and then a ferry across to Dublin. It will take all day it will be a unique Posted by AnneO in London/Dublin 2015 | Jan 11, 2015
  • Yesterday and TodayOK, I am back! I really didn't end up sleeping that great last night. Better luck tonight I guess! So, back to yesterday's events. Essentially it was a law enforcement-centered day, hosted by some constables from here that Posted by AnneO in London/Dublin 2015 | Jan 8, 2015
  • Today We Hit the WallThis will be an abbreviated blog entry. I cannot tell you how tired I am, and lots of people in our group have said they feel the same way tonight. I feel more tired tonight than I did Posted by AnneO in London/Dublin 2015 | Jan 7, 2015
  • Now a Shorter DayAfter yesterday's very long day, today was shorter. We started off by visiting St. Clement Danes, which is a church for the Royal Air Force. Unfortunately, it was closed for renovations so we could not go inside. [img= Posted by AnneO in London/Dublin 2015 | Jan 6, 2015
  • The Longest DayIt is nearly 11pm as I begin this blog entry and I just got home. Today was our longest day of the trip, with a full day and evening of events. The day started at Westminster Abbey. Posted by AnneO in London/Dublin 2015 | Jan 6, 2015
  • We went to London for the sun and we got it!I know. Who goes to London for sun? People from Germany. It has been raining here for what feels like the last month and we have had very little sun. So for Quinn's birthday we took a trip to London. Posted by trackers in ¡Global Nada! | Jan 5, 2015
  • England - LondonWe arrived in London and caught the train into Paddington Station. It brought back memories for both of us seeing the UK flags hanging from the rafters. It was great to be back with some time to explore this great Posted by in | Oct 22, 2014
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