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  • PrefaceCar insurance? Yep. Travel insurance? Yep. Passports, driving licence, jabs, yellow fever booklet, underwear? Yep, Yep, Yep. Visa? Nope.... The final hurdle looms over us like a thunderstorm. We are all packed and ready to go and we find ourselves Posted by Oj_travels in Get Lost, Go Wild | Jul 15, 2017
  • Old BlightyAfter our whirl wind trip around Ireland we felt in need of some rest and detoxification, we headed for some downtime with family in West Sussex, England. We got rest but no detoxification as we soon discovered that the big Posted by VTHGTravels in VTHG Great Adventure 2017 | Apr 25, 2017
  • Manchester & GlasgowWe flew in to Manchester to meet up with our daughter who was staying with her boyfriend and meet his parents. We knew we adored Harry, so we were sure his parents would be fantastic as well. Posted by Ptrcptrsn in United Kingdom dream trip | Jul 14, 2017
  • Last Sea DayOvercast and windy to start the day and the addition of rain and rising seas later in the day. Little of any consequence to report just the usual administrative tasks on the day before disembarkation. There are the Posted by greynomadm in 2017-06 UK & Artic Cruise | Jul 14, 2017
  • Solo traveling “You’re so brave to travel alone”…”It must be daunting to travel by yourself”…”You must get so lonely solo traveling”…”Just the thought of going somewhere by m Posted by av9901 in Forever roaming the world | Jul 11, 2017
  • Slow progressWe had a very comfortable drive up to Heathrow Travelodge courtesy of Claydon Executive Travel, well worth the cost which was very reasonable. This Travelodge is far superior to other Travelodges that we have stayed at and has Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | Jul 11, 2017
  • The flight and arrivalThe first surprise on monday morning was a black pair of lacey pants in the draw.... not mine or kathryns!!!! Next surprise..... upgrade to world travllers plus as the flight was full.... Posted by toffeeontour in California | Jul 10, 2017
  • PINN POINTS==Ruislip and Pinner have been almost engulfed in the tide of London's suburbia that began advancing in the early 20th century, but they retain some remarkable features of their rural past. They are connected by the River Pinn.== [center][img=https://p Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Jul 10, 2017
  • The sun does shine!Today is Judith's first birthday since retirement and it is a really lovely day. Have a lovely day darling - here's to lots more shared retirement experiences. XXX Also, happily, our trailer has been located and we have been busily Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | Jul 7, 2017
  • Last minute 'snags'A few weeks ago we had a problem with the saniflo system in our cloakroom. The chap who fixed this pointed out that the cistern had a leak. Our friendly plumber fixed this but a day later we Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | Jul 5, 2017
  • Convention BeginsWe started the day with "the full English," and as that is likely to become standard this trip, it would be good to identify the menu. After this, I will just indicate variations. At the Pheasant Inn, the Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 14, 2012
  • Singing and TravelingAnother wonderful day of singing and another fabulous potluck dinner.  We both stayed until 2:30, when we decided it was best to be on our way to Salisbury.  We decided to splurge and take a cab, which we shared with Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 15, 2012
  • More theatreThough Marty's cold is still pretty nasty, we decided to catch one more play, this time aiming more upscale. So I picked up discounted (though not much!) at the tkts office. Then I headed for the Dickens House Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 20, 2012
  • Well, here we areOur journey to that great metropolis of Winnersh went off without a hitch except for one wrong turn that sent us a block out of our way. We checked into the Pheasant Inn, a charming b & b with the restaurant Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 13, 2012
  • Medieval and very, very ancientAnother day, another full English, this time without beans (which Marty does not eat anyway) but with the addition of a grilled tomato. The b & b offers alternatives, including kippers or pancakes, but we love that full English, Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 16, 2012
  • British Library and WestminsterAs I have done in the past, I will post current entries and then try to make up for missing days when I can. Otherwise, I will be forever behind and will forget even more than I probably am Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 17, 2012
  • Art DayhtAs the Tate Modern is one of our favorite places in London, we decided to begin there. What an amazing place it is! The building itself is remarkable. Converted from an industrial power plant, its entry halls Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 18, 2012
  • More artToday, Marty concentrated on the National Gallery while I started out at the British Museum. I did not intend to try to do any serious survey of its vast collections or even any part of them. But I Posted by mlld3536 in Singing and Sightseeing | Sep 19, 2012
  • ANYONE FOR PYMMES?===Many people know that the drink Pimms is a popular thirst-quenching, fruit-filled alcoholic cocktail. It is usually drunk during the British summer. Fewer people know about ‘Pymmes’, which sounds just like the cocktail’s name, but is not remotely relat Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Jul 5, 2017
  • Perth to London to AmsterdamDanuta says I've to do the blog for a change so these are George's thoughts. Arrived at Perth Station at 23:30 on the 20th, the train arrived minutes later. Cabin very cramped so luggage was put into next door Posted by DanutaS in CMV Magellan Christmas cruise | Dec 20, 2016
  • At sea on route to InvergordonWe should have been on the way to Lerwick overnight but as the seas were too high it would have been too dangerous to use the tenders. It was force 8 and five and a half metre waves so We Posted by DanutaS in CMV Marco Polo cruise to Iceland and Faroes | Aug 7, 2016
  • InvergordonDocked at Invergordon this morning. Just walking about the town. The murals on the walls are quite attractive. Popped into the craft fair. Thought we might as well have lunch ashore but couldn't get near a cafe with wifi Posted by DanutaS in CMV Marco Polo cruise to Iceland and Faroes | Aug 8, 2016
  • Embarkation dayDrove to Susan and Stewart's where they'd kindly said we could leave our car. Susan had prepared a lovely lunch and after a few glasses of wine for us (not Susan) Susan drove us to the Cruise terminal. Posted by DanutaS in CMV Marco Polo cruise to Iceland and Faroes | Jul 28, 2016
  • OrkneyBerthing at St Ola. Just about to have lunch and take the shuttle bus to Kirkwall. Having a walk around and a coffee. Walked around a bit more because there was a wedding in St Magnus Cathedral. Posted by DanutaS in CMV Marco Polo cruise to Iceland and Faroes | Jul 29, 2016
  • Day 1Iwona kindly dropped us off in Dundee. Got on board fairly quickly and had lunch. Then got unpacked. Nice, good sized cabin. After that we went for a cocktail (me) and a beer (George). After Posted by DanutaS in CMV Baltic cruise | May 6, 2016
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