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  • London - The Tate Museum.There was a time, years ago when I saw museums as places you only really needed to visit once. It was to me, simply art under glass, frozen in time. Once you had seen Mus Posted by Charloch in Travels With Charley | Sep 27, 2014
  • All home safe and wellWell we were woken early as the boat was docking, dressed and down for a coffee before disembarking. No issues with UK Border Agency and we were on our way by 07:00, with the various routes home we went our separate Posted by Eric_The_Viking in Big Bike Adventure 2014 | Sep 13, 2014
  • CountdownIt's only a few days now until we trek up Kilimanjaro for Footsteps International to help street kids in Kenya. All travel, accommodation and associated costs are being paid by us so all money raised goes direct to Footsteps. I’ve Posted by DJBen in Footsteps up Kilimanjaro | Sep 26, 2014
  • "I hate travelling"It's not me saying that, it's my cat! The first step of any travel is always to bring the cat to my dedicated cat-sitter (thank you Marcelle!). My cat hates travelling. Like all cats, she is very much attached to her Posted by Gable in On the road again | Sep 26, 2014
  • I APOLOGISE FOR THE INCONVENIENCE AGAIN "I can see Russia from my house." Sarah Palin, patron saint of bible bashing ignorance “Once the travel bug bites there is no known antidote, and I know that I shall be happily infected until the end of my Posted by gavinbose in TEMPLES,TEAS,TIGERS & TANTRUMS IN TRAINS | Sep 25, 2014
  • Paris to LondonToday was our last day in Paris. We got up and went to a crepe place around the corner. The man who made the crepes was a true artist. He had a huge range of fillings. My mum , brother Posted by pdover in The Dover rovers | Sep 25, 2014
  • London, a change is gonna come. The first thing we noticed about our “New London” is that is has evolved from a classist, rather reserved society that swept its minorities under the cover of industry and servitude to a truly m Posted by Charloch in Travels With Charley | Sep 23, 2014
  • Stepping upSaturday met Sue in Folkestone, then Burlesque in the evening. But what is there to say? Ok,bigger stepped in dog turds in Folkestone than Margate and a busker playing ‘Love in song’ by McCartney was a surprise. Posted by safemouse in Life in Broken Britain | Sep 23, 2014
  • And I didn't say anything about TinderAh, Friday night with Radio Jedna and a cup of tea. Things could be worse. But still, High Fidelity is a getting-ready-to-go-out-show and most Friday nights I’ve stayed indoors. So it’s never without a tinge of regret Posted by safemouse in Life in Broken Britain | Sep 21, 2014
  • Beamish MuseumNow I love watching the Catherine Cookson dramas on TV so when I found out that a lot of it was filmed in Beamish I knew I had to go especially as all the staff dress in old outfits. I don't Posted by mad4u27 in UK & Europe Tour | Sep 20, 2014
  • Sold my star playerSacked my tarot card reader (reasonably nicely) and immediately felt it was a mistake. I’m not too concerned as to whether the REV Q is ‘genuine' or ‘fake', or something in-between: he was great to talk to. You’ve Posted by safemouse in Life in Broken Britain | Sep 18, 2014
  • The Bowes MuseumOn the way back from Raby Castle I stopped off at The Bowes Museum which is just a 2 minute walk from Barnard Castle's main shopping street. Before you even enter the grand gates you stop in your tracks to Posted by mad4u27 in UK & Europe Tour | Sep 9, 2014
  • The North EastI have managed to get about a month behind with my blog. I have decided to take a day to try and get up to date so I am in Wetherspoons taking advantage of their comfy sofa and free wifi. I Posted by mad4u27 in UK & Europe Tour | Sep 16, 2014
  • LondonWell the weather in London is becoming unseasonably warm for this time of year - good news for us as it has been a little cool. We've been chilling out and living a bit like the locals, shopping, cooking and Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Sep 16, 2014
  • Maybe possiblySister came down for the weekend with niece, nephew and other half. It was heritage open weekend and we visited a bunch of places including Margate’s oldest theatre, which was built in the late 1700s and is the second Posted by safemouse in Life in Broken Britain | Sep 15, 2014
  • Getting ready to leaveIt seems I have been looking forward to this trip for years and now the time has come for me to get my stuff together, load up & get on my bike. The idea is to travel as light as possible, Posted by Laurence.m54 in Spain. On a motorbike. | Sep 15, 2014
  • MGOC Rally -Majorca - Setting OffWednesday 10th September Impossible to think the car is all working and looking so good Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Sep 14, 2014
  • London EnglandFrom Paris to London, Under English Channel by Euro Star. Posted by jessicablyman in World Wide Waftage | Sep 13, 2014
  • iphone schmyphoneFirst science class on Tuesday. Before I went I had tea (as in early dinner but also had a cup of tea) at a cafe in Canterbury Road. A man sitting on a motorbility scooter asked me if I’d Posted by safemouse in Life in Broken Britain | Sep 12, 2014
  • UKWe will have lots of down time now that we have arrived in London. So today we decide to take a walk along the canal towards Regents Park. When we passed Shoreditch we decided to visit some of the street Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Sep 11, 2014
  • Au revoir Hi everyone! So this is our very first blog post! As we haven't actually left the country yet, we thought we'd keep it short and sweet! We wanted to share some pictures of our leaving do Posted by JamesandJamie in James & Jamie's World adventures! | Sep 11, 2014
  • lunched in LondonArrived sound as a pound in London, enjoyed a lovely day tooling around Chelsea. Lunch in honor of you P6: 'bubbles' and 'apps' - Happy Day small man. Having dinner at the airport now then climbing aboard Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 11, 2014
  • Raby Castle and High ForceA short distance up the road from Barnard Castle is Raby Castle. This is a privately owned castle where Lord Barnard lives. The grounds have a 200 acre deer park within it and the deer can be seen wandering freely Posted by mad4u27 in UK & Europe Tour | Sep 9, 2014
  • MG Owners Club Rally - Majorca 2014 Posted by Tony and Penny in Tony and Pennys Travels | Sep 9, 2014
  • Moan dayHad to phone up my fitness instructor this morning and re-schedule my second session because I haven’t recovered from the first one I had on Saturday morning. He seemed understanding, “I did push you quite hard” he said. Posted by safemouse in Life in Broken Britain | Sep 9, 2014
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