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  • A Half-Pint of Cider and a Packet of Pork ScratchingsThe time had finally come, after a lot of waiting, to be reunited with my old beau jolly ole England. Sadly it had taken longer than my forecast 3 weeks to get back here (It took a year and a Posted by The Tipsy Gipsy in The Tipsy Gipsy | Sep 5, 2011
  • An Ode to Ole EnglandOle Blighty. It’s been a good year and a half since we last saw each other. When we parted ways your skies were grey and my feet were frost-bitten from walking your snowy streets in inappropriate footwear. You haven’t changed Posted by The Tipsy Gipsy in The Tipsy Gipsy | Sep 5, 2011
  • Blissful LondonFriday 2nd September - London The good thing about London is the familiarity, having been there many times before it was hardly going to be a difficult campaign. I was going south, catching up with old mates and then shooting Posted by beatski in incidentals | Sep 4, 2011
  • First Class? Fo Shizzle...Friday 2nd September - 12:22 – Darlington to London Apparently if you have a first class ticket you can’t actually get into the first class lounge, you have to pay Posted by beatski in incidentals | Sep 2, 2011
  • A mid-Flight Culinary DelightAir travel is time consuming and as I sat there staring around the sections rows 40-60 I realised I had forgotten how bloody far Australia is from civilisation. A depressing, reach for the noose thought occurred to me, although I Posted by The Tipsy Gipsy in The Tipsy Gipsy | Aug 25, 2011
  • A quiet, rainy dayWoke to rain pouring onto roof, so decided to have a sleep-in. Rained most of the day and didn't feel like getting soaked and refreshing colds, so had a lovely relaxing day reading books and resting. Tomorrow we're off to see Posted by Bronwyn White in Bron and Warwick - 2011 overseas holiday | Aug 23, 2011
  • A day in LondonAnother good sleep serenaded by the early morning gulls. Another breakfast of sweet fresh fruit and croissants that flaked beautifully and we are packed ready to leave. Robert wouldn't take any money for the two calls we made and we Posted by Mari Anne in Wow, It's Europe!!!! | Jul 28, 2011
  • Finally--An Update!Since it's 10:12 PM and I haven't had a lot of sleep, the update will be short, but I'm frankly quite glad I'm even updating! Attempting to find WiFi that actually works on this trip has been its own Posted by S_J_Peterson in The Traveler's Confessional | Jul 19, 2011
  • London and Wales omnibusWhat is an omnibus? Here in the UK, at the end of each week there is a 'catch up' show repeating all the episodes of a soapie, just in case you missed it. As I have not been particularly Posted by aboo10 in 2+2 travel | Jul 16, 2011
  • Harry Potter in Oxford We checked out Oxford Castle today, had lunch at The Red Lion (I can see from the picture that the fish and chips have been doing their job on my belly. Yikes). Next we gave in to the Posted by thecarsons in The Carsons in the UK | Jul 15, 2011
  • London Apartments and Hotels[[http://londonapartmentsrental.co.uk/|London apartments]] and hotels are found in large quantities. Some apartments offer a high quality care personal services in the rest of the donation of the right visitors to the friendship. To choose a variety of op Posted by michaelgist in London Apartment | Jul 11, 2011
  • London With a long and exhausting flight, 12 hours later I was finally in one of the leading and most influential cities of the world London. With so much to see with little timing I had just under five days Posted by Andy-M in Europe 2011 | Jul 8, 2011
  • LondonToday began with a brief visit to the Slade College of Art and Design, part of University College London. This time, I was not able to get an appointment or talk to anyone or see the facilities. Sometime at the Posted by philobermarck in The 2011 MFA University Expedition | Jun 29, 2011
  • LondonI awoke, a I mentioned previously, early this morning and broke my fast with the continental breakfast included with my lodgings: cereal, coffees, juice and toast. Around 8:30 I headed out and stopped en route to pick up a sausage Posted by philobermarck in The 2011 MFA University Expedition | Jun 16, 2011
  • LondonI am writing this at 5:30am local time. Apparently I was not able to completely adjust my internal clock and it is running a couple of hours fast. It thinks it got up at 7:00. Yesterday, after interminable flights and layovers, Posted by philobermarck in The 2011 MFA University Expedition | Jun 15, 2011
  • Lahn-dan, dahling!And so, having lived through the 29th May twice, once over the Pacific ocean, and once over the Atlantic, I arrived in London. Glorious sunshine and two of my closest friends greeted me at the airport. On no, wait, they Posted by ccannavan in This one time, during my gap year... | Jun 10, 2011
  • We go to Europe again! ===Going to Europe again is a fascinating experience for me. This time we travel from Vancouver to London, stay there for a couple of days, then we go to other countries along Eur Posted by mytripsandme in My Trips And Me...Mis Viajes y Yo | May 24, 2011
  • Silviett Jones and Lady Simmons London reportApril 14th It’ a sunny cold day of April, we fly over a sea of clouds waving under the red and grey wings of the plane. We are on our Lufthansa plane, no comparison with Ryan Air which bothers you with Posted by Lucrezia Polito in Lady Simmons Travels | May 20, 2011
  • Everyone Sounds Like Harry PotterNate and I finished packing yesterday morning and weighed our bags. We both came in right about 35 pounds, just under our 40 pound limit. When I first put on the bag, I almost fell backward as it takes a Posted by sellnow in Far From Home | May 13, 2011
  • First Post I will be traveli Posted by cazvan in No Parking | May 12, 2011
  • London London, probably the most awe-inspiring places I have been yet. If it wasn't the beautiful architecture, history, or accents, it was just seeing all the different people from different ar Posted by Solotravels in Discovering the world. | May 2, 2011
  • End of the English Road Well, it is our last day in the UK for a while, and we're pretty low on pounds so we're spending it doing not a whole lot at all, haha. After we get going for the day we're planning to Posted by katenmicka in Kate and Micka's European Adventure | Apr 27, 2011
  • A few days in.....Well, we`re a bit behind the blogging schedule unfortunately....Its a hard job touring around the English countryside, walking up hill and down dale then collapsing at the end of a long day- buggered and hitting the sack pretty early. Then Posted by Escapees in Oh my God we did it! | Apr 22, 2011
  • London is a bloody big cityDay 9 Staying at Natalie and Jays place in Hatchend, Harrow we decided to get up early and get into London by tube. Took tube from Rayners Lane into Knightsbridge and got out at the Victoria and Albert Museum…..what an entry Posted by Escapees in Oh my God we did it! | Apr 22, 2011
  • Have you packed the wine glasses?!?So – with one packing/shopping/planning day left before our big adventure, we keep checking that we’re crossing things off the ever important ‘to-do’ list… have we packed the bottle opener and the plastic wine glasses for aaaallll those looonnngg train Posted by AOGardner in The Great Railway Journey | Apr 20, 2011

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