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  • Day 14 - London - Day 3The plan for today was to hit up the Palace's, but Buckingham was closed as the Queen as still in residence and also some of the museums. I hopped off the Tube, one stop away at South Kensington Station and walked Posted by holidaymenow in Deon's European Adventure | Jun 24, 2018
  • Day 13 - London - Day 2I started the day at Westminster Abbey...waiting line. What literally took nearly two hours, but what worked out to be a good thing as I was one of the first in the door. Again, no photography allowed, but woooooooooow!!!!!! [img=https://photos.tra Posted by holidaymenow in Deon's European Adventure | Jun 24, 2018
  • Day 12 - London - Day 1London is huge! Let me put that one out there first. It's a biiiig city, or more correctly, city of cities. I don't think I got through about a third of my list of things to do. My Posted by holidaymenow in Deon's European Adventure | Jun 24, 2018
  • Villages of CornwallJust have to pinch myself to thnk how fortunate to have had our travels so far... Last full day in Cornwall so we decide to check out the coastal villages. We are told that there are "so many" and they each Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 23, 2018
  • West End of CornwallToday is the day that we have set aside to do a road trip around the western part of Cornwall. It is certainly very ambitious. Up and about at a reasonable hour and make the trek back to the car. Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 20, 2018
  • Day 11 - travel dayLots of travel today. I waved good bye to the hotel at Bergen and headed for the airport. There were self-service kiosks where you could, as the name suggests, self-service your check-in and luggage tags, but for some strange reason, Posted by holidaymenow in Deon's European Adventure | Jun 20, 2018
  • Last day ChesterThis morning we were woken quite early (5.30am)with the sun streaming in our window. By the time we got up it had clouded over and there was some black cloud around. A quick check on the internet showed Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 20, 2018
  • Day 2 Chester This morning we woke to a fine but windy day. We got chatting to another couple at breakfast as she sounded like a Kiwi. Turned out he was born here, her in NZ and they lived on Phillip Island. They Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 20, 2018
  • Dag 1 London --> tussenstopvandaag een nte gekke dag gehad hele dag rond gereden door Vancouver en buiten regio tot in de sneeuw toe het is fantastisch bwat deze mensen voor ons doen. Posted by andrejannyheg in reis 2009 | May 21, 2009
  • PolperroPresume I have said this somewhere, but just again to note. Sharon and I lived in the UK for a while in 1989 and travelled extensively through the British Isles. The biggest gap was Devon Cornwall so we have planned Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 19, 2018
  • Ambleside - ChesterThis morning it was fine & sunny in Ambleside. We left about 9.30am and headed south on the M6. The trucks here seem to be limited to about 100kmh and generally travel in the left lane at most times. We Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 18, 2018
  • Day 3 AmblesideThis morning it was drizzling again and after breakfast we went back to our room to decide what to do today. We had hoped to do a mountain walk in the Lake district but everything is just too wet, especially Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 17, 2018
  • Day 2 AmblesideWell the British summer has ended. This morning we woke to gray skies & rain. After breakfast we headed off in the drizzle driving to Keswick about 20 miles away. When we got to Keswick the rain had increased but Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 16, 2018
  • Kendall - AmblesideWhen we woke this morning it was sunny, again. However, once we got outside it was rather cool and windy. We had a lovely breakfast in the pub before checking out and then having another walk around town - guess Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 15, 2018
  • Ireland - done & dustedThis morning we were up a bit earlier as we had to get a shuttle bus from our hotel to the airport for our 10.35 flight. We had a fair walk from where the bus dropped us off to the Posted by Duffin travels in Europe 2018 | Jun 15, 2018
  • Betws y Coed, East Trewent, Pembroke, OxfordMonday 11 June After a comfortable night at Bod Gywnned B&B in Betws y Coed, I went birding before breakfast and discovered the Miners Bridge which we both explored before leaving. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/689733/6D452148-AA7B-4284-8F07-B Posted by Farhorizons in Iberia plus | Jun 15, 2018
  • Coniston, Lakes District, Betws y CoedThursday 7 June Awoke to glorious view of mountains reflected in the glassily smooth surface of Coniston Water, the meadows of Bank Ground Farm glowing in the soft morning sunlight. In the middle distance the Farmer filled a trough with grain Posted by Farhorizons in Iberia plus | Jun 14, 2018
  • Three Weeks and CountingIn three weeks, I'll be setting off on a dream trip of mine - a chance to visit some of the historical sites that have captured my imagination while reading about the Anglo-Saxons, Norman Invasion and Plantagenet and Tudor History. Posted by cmarchlong in England 2018 | Jun 14, 2018
  • From Keswick to GatwickAfter leaving Keswick we headed to Telford in Shropshire to catch up with Fran's cousin John and his wife Mary. We stayed at the Telford Golf and Spa Resort, certainly not a second rate joint. So we were surprised to Posted by Wilson53 in Wilson travels 2018 | Jun 12, 2018
  • Cambridge, Wicken Fen, Ely, Grantchester, ConistonSunday 3 June. John’s Birthday. We awoke at Autumn House B&B to a very good breakfast cooked to order. We both had Omelettes. Then we walked about three kilometers along the river into town. It was a really warm sunny Posted by Farhorizons in Iberia plus | Jun 8, 2018
  • Tower of London/ Mez's SchoolSo this is our last day in London and we have a choice. There are three options: - the Tower of London - a tour of Lords or - the Imperial War Museum. This really is an unfair choice. We had missed the Tower Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 7, 2018
  • The Lake DistrictOur week long stay in Keswick in the Lake District is drawing to a close and we have thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The photos do not do the scenery justice. We spent a great day exploring the Borrowdale Valley where Posted by Wilson53 in Wilson travels 2018 | Jun 7, 2018
  • A day around LondonMez leaves us to our own devices on this lovely Sunday morning. It is a gorgeous day. Shorts and sandals and T-shirt is the order of the day. We have the option of going to a myriad of museums or Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 7, 2018
  • GreenwichPerfect weather. A balmy 25deg and the sun is out. Sharon and head out for brunch. Notting Hill, Portobello Raod and then a stroll into Convent Gardens. This is London at its best. Its a Saturday. Plenty of folk are about. [img=https://photos.traveller Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 7, 2018
  • Cathing up with Mez Pt 2A slower day as we catch up with Mez Peter’s course continues. Sharon opts for a slower start to the day as Mez has tutoring. They meet around lunch. Harrods was the first stop for the day. There was a little Posted by pedrotravels in England Iceland and onto Malta | Jun 6, 2018
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