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  • A Breath of Fresh Air[center] Swaledale[/center] The Yorkshire Dales are one of the loveliest parts of England, and Swaledale one of the loveliest dales, though less well known than its neighbour to Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | May 30, 2020
  • 5 weeks of traveling has finally come to an end!Although I tried a couple of times, I didn’t manage to sleep well during the flight. This of course isn’t such a big wonder, cramped seats will do that to you and I can’t help but miss the spacious seats Posted by Ils1976 in Terra Australis | May 17, 2020
  • Cornwall, EnglandA direct flight from Malta to Exeter was good time saver after thinking we'd have to get from a London airport. We'd been to Cornwall before however planned to go to areas we hadn't been before landing at a friends Posted by TheNomadWay.com in TheNomadWay.com | Jun 21, 2019
  • Travelling is Fun!! Really! Never boring![img=https://photos.travellerspo Posted by Irvinetravel in Cyprus | Mar 19, 2020
  • Lee Wick Farm GlampingSo Glamping Day arrived. The car was packed and we were off just after 10am. The initial plan was to go to Saffron Walden and speak to Chris about the GT. TomTom estimated that we'd be there at 11.24am. In the Posted by InvictaMoto in United Kingdom | Mar 30, 2015
  • Ride of Respect 2011The numbers had dropped considerably since last year with just three of us on the run from the Kent Centre and Graham Reynolds already there as a marshal. In the end Ian had to drop out so it was just Posted by InvictaMoto in United Kingdom | Apr 3, 2011
  • Mysterious StonehengeSalisbury Plains....sounds like a dull name but actually we are here to visit the famous magical ring of stones...Stonehenge. The stones are amazing up close...the pictures don't do it justice. With audio device in hand we are Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 25, 2019
  • Oxford UniversityThe oldest university in the English-speaking world is housed in the city of Oxford. The colleges that makeup the university are known for some of the finest architecture in Europe. As we walk the cobble-stoned streets, Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 24, 2019
  • “To live a charmed life”...Our first stop today is a visit to Anne Hathaway's Cottage -- a twelve-roomed farmhouse where Anne Hathaway, the wife of William Shakespeare, lived as a child in the village of Shottery, Warwickshire, England, about 1 mile west of Stratford-upon-Avon. Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 24, 2019
  • Blenheim PalaceFor the last stop on our way back from our staycation in the Newbury area, we decided to stop and tour Blenheim Palace. This is also a must see in my opinion...it definitely has palatial characteristics. The palace is named Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Mar 1, 2020
  • Port of Hull Posted by Biggebrein in Biggebrein's Travels | Feb 28, 2020
  • Avebury ManorWhile staying in Newbury, we took the short drive over to Avebury to check out Avebury Manor and some of the ancient burial grounds nearby. Avebury Manor is a sixteenth century manor house in Avebury near Marlborough, next to the Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Feb 22, 2020
  • Stonehenge, Ludgershall Castle, and Donnington CastleWhile in Newbury, we also decided to visit a few ancient ruins in the area to include the famous Stonehenge, Ludgershall Castle and Donnington Castle. We had a bonus observation when during our drive we saw one of the famous Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Feb 15, 2020
  • The VyneWhile in Newbury, we opted to take the short drive to visit The Vyne, a National Trust property in Basingstoke, Hampshire after spending the morning at Highclere Castle. The Vyne is a 16th-century estate and country house that retains a Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Feb 9, 2020
  • Sh*t happensAs we were preparing to leave London for Paris and the second part of our trip, we received bad news from home. My husband’s mother had been hospitalized and was not expected to recover. When we got the call, it Posted by TravelingWriter in Thoughtful Traveler | Jan 27, 2020
  • Highclere CastleGreetings! Our next adventure was a "staycation" if you will, and took us to the Newbury area to visit Highclere Castle and a few other sites nearby. We stayed at Rookwood Farmhouse, a cute bed and breakfast about 10 Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Jan 26, 2020
  • Best of 2019 (5) Sports travel is the category for this award. 2019 brought several sports travel trips, mostly linked to my son’s ice hockey team’s games. Those took me Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jan 22, 2020
  • By Metro to the coast: Cullercoats[center] Cullercoats Bay[/center] The small coastal town of Cullercoats is perhaps easily overlooked in favour of its bigger siblings to the north (Whitley Bay) and south (Tynemo Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Jan 17, 2020
  • A Cornish birthday===‘As I was going to St Ives’=== [center] St Ives harbour in stormy weather[/center] My birthday falls at the end of October and we often go away, usually abroad. But with wo Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Dec 31, 2019
  • Great BritainWe thought we might stumble into a little history when we arrived in England and we made a start with a city closely connected to North America. This is the harbour in Plymouth... [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/171352/large_c3cf8590-0d30-11ea- Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 22, 2019
  • Sheffield - Love or Hate? Sheffield is on my “frequent visit” list. It is not entirely a matter of choice. Apart from one occasion, I have always been there to watch my son play ice ho Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Nov 21, 2019
  • Nottingham - Travel Tips The city is not easy to get to from central Scotland, unless you enjoy 5-6 hours driving (mostly on very busy English motorways) or the equivale Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Nov 14, 2019
  • 9. Birmingham to Beijing - 30th Sept 2019Mission begins...... Had a slight mishap yesterday. Luckily came to the airport last night to weigh in luggage and came to 39.3 kilos!! Was only allowed 25 kg so ended up purchasing an extra 15 kg! Can't quibble too much - Posted by Mohson in Karakoram Highway (China/Pakistan) 2019 | Nov 1, 2019
  • 8. Weekend before expeditionWeekend before expedition: (28th and 29th September 2019) RESILIENCE Robin Hood Half Marathon & Mile Challenge Weekend was upon us. My nephew Aayan and I successfully completed the Robin Hood Mile Challenge on Saturday. He was looking forward Posted by Mohson in Karakoram Highway (China/Pakistan) 2019 | Oct 31, 2019
  • British Stones and stolen stonesSince our tour left at 8, and the British are known for punctuality, I rushed through dressing, packing, and eating. The breakfast had tiny pancakes, but was otherwise an unremarkable hostel breakfast- toast and jam, cereal and milk... We made it Posted by spsadventures in Adventures by spsadventures | Oct 17, 2019
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