England Travel Blogs

Travel Blogs Entries by Country England

Show Advanced Options

Page 1 ...
  • De Paris à Tel AvivIt happened rather quick! I alighted from the Eurostar and chose to leave my luggage at St. Pancras. They have an option where they can directly deliver the luggage to their centre in LHR as well, but apparently you need Posted by vikramonthemove in England (St. Albans and Shaftesbury) | May 17, 2017
  • The comings and goingsShaftesbury Gold Hill (aka Hovis Hill for those that remember the Hovis biscuits ad from the 70s)As mentioned in the summary, never before have I ever been on a Posted by vikramonthemove in England (St. Albans and Shaftesbury) | May 4, 2017
  • The first of several arrivalsCut to Saturday. I was waiting for my passport to be returned from the Consulate of Israel, I was already packed and had to have left 2 days prior. Yep, S was without me in Austria for the first 2 Posted by vikramonthemove in England (St. Albans and Shaftesbury) | May 5, 2017
  • Doors Doors. I had this thing with doors while touring England, especially in the countryside. So many beautiful doors and so much history. Who went through all these doors and what did they face in life? When one door closes, another Posted by dianeski4 in Diane's Adventures | Oct 13, 2019
  • London[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/399571/FDC53BE9-ECB6-47A5-A7F9-9072BB Posted by dianeski4 in Diane's Adventures | Oct 11, 2019
  • London - day 2Today we had breakfast at a different cafe - Noahs Kitchen. It was much better than yesterdays place. We had planned to go into the city and do the tourist thiing. Lynn has been feeling unwell with a nasty cough, Posted by Duffin travels in Mediterranean cruise 2019 | Oct 10, 2019
  • York, England Another outstanding day in England. We are in York! It’s a Beautiful city surrounded by an ancient wall that you can walk on. Beautiful small walking streets with amazing storefront displays. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/399571/A423786E-C6DB Posted by dianeski4 in Diane's Adventures | Oct 9, 2019
  • London day 1Well last night we woke at 2.30am, both with headaches, and very hot. After scrambling around to find some pills & turning on a fan we went off to sleep again. Unforyunately we did not wake until 7.15 and had Posted by Duffin travels in Mediterranean cruise 2019 | Oct 9, 2019
  • Planting snowdropsPart of my time travelling was to get involved with volunteering where ever I can. But the first few weeks I have been learning the ropes. I have done the voluntary litter pick on the beach and now I am heading to Posted by tjcampergirl in TJ Camper Girl | Oct 9, 2019
  • Hadrians Wall 400 years of occupation by the Romans and 9 Forts built in this area we visited today. It began in AD 122. The largest Roman archaeological feature in Britai Posted by dianeski4 in Diane's Adventures | Oct 8, 2019
  • Somerset and DorsetDrove Ela over the Prince of Wales Bridge, the new name for the M4 Severn Estuary bridge, quite an experience, very high up over a massive sea, glad it wasn't windy. I was having a quick stop over in Cannington, Somerset Posted by tjcampergirl in TJ Camper Girl | Oct 3, 2019
  • England [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/399571/A935D395-9F81-49BC-BFFE-96A01E Posted by dianeski4 in Diane's Adventures | Oct 2, 2019
  • Last day- London Tower and ChihulyYesterday was our last day in London. We visited the Tower of London, known as the saddest place on earth. Other than the Crown Jewels (which we couldn’t take pics of) and the Memorial for those executed there, there really Posted by Ludema00 in Scotland/ London | Sep 22, 2019
  • Audley End House & GardensGreetings! Our next adventure took us to Audley End House and Gardens, just south of Cambridge in Essex. This house is managed by English Heritage. We finally broke down and purchased an English Heritage membership. So now, we have both Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Sep 21, 2019
  • Harry Potter and a Thames CruiseKaren and I took a bus, the tube and a train to see the Warner Brothers Harry Potter stage sets. It was done very well. You got see many of the sets, costumes, how they worked with visual effects and Posted by Ludema00 in Scotland/ London | Sep 21, 2019
  • Churchill’s War Rooms and the Tower across the streetI walked across the street today to climb the tower attached to the Garden Museum. You go through a door that is about half my height and then climb 131 very narrow, spiraling stairs to the top where I got Posted by Ludema00 in Scotland/ London | Sep 20, 2019
  • Sandringham EstateGreetings! The next adventure took us to Sandringham House, the private home of Queen Elizabeth II. Beginning in the 16th century, the Sandringham area passed through two families: the Cobbes who held the land from 1517 and then the Hostes Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Sep 15, 2019
  • Walled City of ChesterThe walled city of Chester is one of the oldest in Britain, and has a charm and splendor all of its own despite being dwarfed in size by neighboring Liverpool and Manchester. Chester is the best preserved walled city Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 14, 2019
  • 2019 Ship to Shore. Russia, Scotland and moreThe Lake District is the aim today. A fine morning with some sunshine and blue sky as we set out to see the Lake district and Honister Pass. First off was Windermere Lake. It was very busy so we decided to Posted by pjandc in Travel is a wonderful thing | Sep 13, 2019
  • 2019 Ship to Shore. Russia, Scotland and moreWe left York after a great 2 days exploring. Weather was O.K. as we headed toward our final destination for the day at Whitehaven. G.P.S was set for the town of Settle and it was a great drive for 3 hours Posted by pjandc in Travel is a wonderful thing | Sep 12, 2019
  • 2019 Ship to Shore. Russia, Scotland and moreThe morning was wet and breezy. After a lovely breakfast we took an Uber and headed into Old Town of York. We were on a free 2 hour guided walking tour of parts of York and as the rain came down Posted by pjandc in Travel is a wonderful thing | Sep 11, 2019
  • Windermere lakeWindermere Lake is the largest body of water in England. It is surrounded by mountains, bays and secluded islands. The scenery is breathtaking...what you can see of it between the fog and the rain! To my surprise this Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 10, 2019
  • 2019 Ship to Shore. Russia, Scotland and moreYork is the stop for the next two nights, so we headed off at about 9am for the 3 hour trip. Cool morning but warming up. Boring freeways as we had to travel nearly from one side of the country Posted by pjandc in Travel is a wonderful thing | Sep 10, 2019
  • Castletown EstateA beautiful ride south through the Scottish countryside to the Scotland/ England border takes us to a town called Jedburgh. In the Middle Ages this was a border country which has a bloody history (The Battle of Neville's Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Sep 10, 2019
  • 2019 Ship to Shore. Russia, Scotland and moreToday it was overcast and rainy. Welcome to Wales!! It didn't matter because it wasn't cold. This morning we are having a trip down the canals on a narrow boat. It was terrific as there was only 8 of us on Posted by pjandc in Travel is a wonderful thing | Sep 9, 2019
Page 1 ...

Want to create a lasting record of your trip?

With Travellerspoint, you can! Keep everyone up to date with an easy, customisable travel blog; or upload your travel photography for others to admire. Then take your blog entries and travel photos and stick them into a travel map of all the places you've seen.

Blogs by Country