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  • Are we readyAirport taxi due in 7 hours Bags packed with some weight allowance remaining Time for a final beer Posted by LivetoTour in Australia | Mar 27, 2018
  • Sheffield & York The road trip ended on Monday afternoon, with CrossCountry Trains’ 09:47 taking me from Sheffield to York and a connection there for a Virgin Trains service to K Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Feb 6, 2018
  • LeedsWell on Sunday morning, the Jurys Inn gave me a hearty breakfast after a good night’s sleep - maybe not long enough, but for me quality rules over quantity. The rain Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Feb 5, 2018
  • BradfordWell, so far so good. The [[https://www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk/|CrossCountry Trains]] service from Dundee to Exeter got me from Kirkcaldy to Leeds on time and in just under 4 hours. It was a comfortable journey too - by booking many weeks in advance Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Feb 4, 2018
  • At last our adventure beginsOur great adventure has started 😜 7.55am from Aberystwyth bus stop on a cold and wet morning Posted by Magdelmart in MAGDELMART Down Under 2018 | Feb 3, 2018
  • Yorkshire January is a planning month here at [[http://www.breadandtea.eu/|Bread and Tea]] World Headquarters. Most months are, if truth be told, but during the other mon Posted by IainT in Here, and Sometimes There | Jan 27, 2018
  • It begins!Hi there! Greetings from cold and rainy York. We have set this up as an easy way of keeping family and friends up to date with where we are, what we have been doing/seeing, and who we have met up with. Posted by ecj in World Trip 2018 | Jan 17, 2018
  • Exploring the UK and Prague===SEPTEMBER - OCTOBER 2016=== Since we started this five-year travel adventure, we have always spent time in Europe between more far-flung destinations. In 2016 we returned twice, b Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | Jan 17, 2018
  • Last day in London[float=right][/float] I woke the next morning feeling less than fully motivated for some reason Posted by SiliRat in SiliTrip II | Jan 9, 2018
  • A Viewaskew of London[float=left] [/float] I woke up bright and early for the first real day of my trip. I'd managed to keep myse Posted by SiliRat in SiliTrip II | Jan 9, 2018
  • CountdownChris's car booked in for repairs tomorrow so there'll be no breakdowns on the way to Heathrow; Christmas tree down and decorations packed away; Glo spending days in bed trying to recover from heavy cold in time for the off; Posted by BOOTHSONHOLIDAY in THE BOOTH FAMILY | Jan 2, 2018
  • Broken by BA - April 30 We got a wheelchair to the 'assistance area' and after a bit another wheelchair (with the same guide as before) [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/880679/xIMG_619 Posted by greatgrandmaR in Tulips, Canals, and Cheese in 2016 | May 1, 2016
  • CountdownSeats all booked, itineraries and tickets printed, hair appointments made and only a little last minute shopping to do. We're beginning to feel excited. The boys are looking forward to their cricket, and the girls to the Australian Posted by BOOTHSONHOLIDAY in THE BOOTH FAMILY | Dec 28, 2017
  • The Logistics of the Whole ThingI was asked many times how I managed to plan & pack for this trip. My answer - a spread sheet of course! While I do like to travel light I do not like to go without. Posted by ChristisDream in Christi & Ray's Trip of a Lifetime | Dec 21, 2017
  • England and Meeting Old Friends for the First Time!This part of the trip took some research for sure. We were originally just going to fly from Paris to London - easy right. Not...to bring an animal into the UK by plane they must travel in the Posted by ChristisDream in Christi & Ray's Trip of a Lifetime | Dec 12, 2017
  • Heathrow HodgepodgeThey gave us breakfast on the plane - about 5 am our time. Juice, and either yogurt or fruit and pastries. We flew in over the fields and streams (and houses and churches) of England, Posted by greatgrandmaR in Tulips, Canals, and Cheese in 2016 | Apr 19, 2016
  • London or bustThe flight from Montréal to London was uneventful. The food was not horrendous, and there were no screamy kids. Landed and spent a brief period in customs, due to the fact that we were the closest of the seven planes Posted by SiliRat in SiliTrip II | Dec 5, 2017
  • 18 Months Of The London Life[center][/center] I can genuinely say that there have been a couple of occasions where I have genuinely got to a point where I couldn't stand the thought of staying in this city one second lon Posted by rj2v in Travel, Tattoos & Tea | Nov 28, 2017
  • Eating Geordie-style[float=right] [right]A stotty (photo from Wikicommons)[/right][/float]People in the north east of England enjoy much the same foods as the rest of the country, unsurprisingly, and increasi Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 27, 2017
  • By Metro to the coast: South ShieldsSouth Shields is one of several seaside resorts in the north east of England, strung out along the coast north and south of the River Tyne, and like others has enjoyed something of a resurgence in recent years, helped by Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 25, 2017
  • By Metro to the coast: TynemouthOne of the joys of Newcastle is that its compact size makes it easy to explore, but also to get out of the city when you feel like a change. If you want to get right out into the countryside Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 22, 2017
  • The Geordie nation[center] Sign in a Newcastle shop[/center] People who come from Newcastle (and usually the surrounding Tyneside area) are known colloquially as Geordies. There are various theor Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 21, 2017
  • What football means to Newcastle[center] Fans in the Gallowgate Stand, St James' Park[/center] If you want to support a club with guarantees of success and a trophy cabinet packed with silverware, look elsewhe Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 20, 2017
  • The Difference a Day MakesHere's a phrase you probably thought you would never hear us utter. “While we were quad biking along the beach and through the sugar cane fields of Zanzibar...” ”Yes – dear blog reader, her Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Nov 19, 2017
  • On the other side of the river[center] Newcastle and Gateshead: an uneasy relationship[/center] Gateshead lies on the south bank of the River Tyne, facing its better-known Posted by ToonSarah in Newcastle upon Tyne | Nov 18, 2017
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