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  • Cornwall to ExmoorFriday: We decided to take to coastal drive from Cornwall to Exmoor. This coast is known as the surf coast of the UK. Again the weather was good to us. Our morning coffee stop was in Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 17, 2017
  • YorkToday is a beautiful day, probably the best we have had weatherwise in the time we have been in the UK. We caught the tube to Kings Cross station and then Greg found the Virgin lounge for those travelling first Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 18, 2017
  • London(6)Where we are staying is within an easy 10 minute walk from Kensington Gardens, so we headed that way this morning. Saw some grey squirrels in a local garden on the way. The Garden was full of runners and dog Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 16, 2017
  • CornwallWe have now settled ourselves for three nights into White Cottage B&B in St Teath. Again we have lovely hosts - Les and Diane. We were welcomed with home baked almond tarts, lemon tarts, chocolate and banana cake and Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 15, 2017
  • London(4)We spent the day at the BM, but could have spent longer. The spirit was willing but the flesh was weak. It was fascinating and full of interesting artefacts. I particularly enjoyed the Roman and Anglo Saxon sections and was Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 14, 2017
  • Eden ProjectWe farewelled our dear 77 year-old hostess Lizzie with a hug and a kiss and set the GPS for The Eden Project. Despite the drizzle, It was still quite warm, and as we would be undercover for most of Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 14, 2017
  • London(3)We arrived at Westminster pier a good 40 mins prior to the first boat so meandered across Westminster Bridge then left along the embankment past County Hall and the London Eye. We then recrossed the Thames via the Hungerford Bridge. Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 14, 2017
  • DartmoorSunday: We left Windsor soon after 9.00am en-route to Chagford in the Dartmoor National Park. As it was to be a three hour drive we made a detour into the village of Mere for our mid-morning coffee fix. Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 11, 2017
  • Day 1 - St Bees to Ennerdale BridgeTime Departed: 8:30am Time Arrived: 4:15pm Distance: 24 km Cumulative Distance: 24 km Percentage Completed: 8.3% Weather: Showers, sunny breaks and windy Accommodation: Shepherds Arms,Ennerdale Bridge After a hearty or Posted by Sue and Trevor in Sue and Trevor's UK Walking Holiday 2017 | Jul 17, 2017
  • Arrived in Windsor Hello All, After the long haul from Australia to the UK we pulled up pretty well at Heathrow on Friday morning with only five hours of sleep across two flights. Door to door it was a 28 hour trip. Our Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 8, 2017
  • Planning the England tripHello All[float=right] [/float][right][/right] As a result of some dedicated work by Glynis - a wonderfully insightful an Posted by IvorGlyn in England South and West 2017 | Jul 5, 2017
  • London day 3London Day 3 The start of today began with a quick 1 mile run to wake up, followed by breakfast in at Callum's place and then we took the underground back to the Tower of London. We were told by many Posted by Jeffchavez20 in Honeymoon 2017 | Jul 4, 2017
  • London Cont.London Day two! Wow did we luck out! We had AMAZING weather for our private tour of London by the amazing Callum! We started off the day with a 3 mile run through Victoria park which was beautiful and tranquil. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com Posted by Jeffchavez20 in Honeymoon 2017 | Jul 3, 2017
  • London Day 1 in London (half day) was already fantastic. We took the underground from Heathrow airport to our buddy Callum's place just northeast of the downtown area. [img=https://photos.tra Posted by Jeffchavez20 in Honeymoon 2017 | Jul 2, 2017
  • Day 34 – 17 June 2017We awoke to a brilliant sunny day today and got ready to go the Great Hall in Magdalen Collage for breakfast. It is quite an experience to sit in this hall for breakfast. It has beautiful wood panelling and the Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 22, 2017
  • Day 33 – 16 June 2017We left Llanberis for Oxford today. We had to hand the hire car back by 12 pm and it is at least a 4 hour drive – so we left at 6.30 am. The drive was mainly on major highways but we Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 22, 2017
  • Day 30 – 13 June 2017We leave today for Llanberis in Snowdonia, Wales. The weather is still overcast and rainy. We have enjoyed the stay in the cosy and comfortable barn. We had a relaxed morning and left Askrigg at about 10 am. We drove west Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 15, 2017
  • Day 29 – 12 June 2017We woke up this morning and the weather was misty, windy and rainy. I would liked to have done the Howgill Fells walk at Low Haygarth. It would have been a bit much for Hope as it was about 10 kilometres Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 14, 2017
  • Day 28 – 11 June 2017We thought it might be sunny today – but it was rainy and windy again. The weather has not hindered us in the least from enjoying the countryside. The rain we have had since coming to the Peak District on Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 12, 2017
  • Day 27 – 10 June 2017It was rainy again today. Our hosts were very generous and told us we could stay until the evening. However we are traveling to the Yorkshire Dales and so we thought we should get away by 12 pm. Hope wanted to visit Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 12, 2017
  • Day 26 - 9 June 2017Today was a sunnier day – cloudy with increasing sunny periods as the day wore on. The initial results for the Election indicate that there will be a hung parliament. It was expected, if the polls were to be believed. We Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 11, 2017
  • Day 25 – 8 June 2017Today was Election Day in the UK, results of which would be well known. It was a wet day – but not very windy. We only have the rain to handle and it is light rain. Because our accommodation was Posted by Tomheasley in Overseas Trip 2017 | Jun 11, 2017
  • Cheerio, London!We had a lovely last day in London. We ate breakfast at a busy little cafe called Muriel's Kitchen right across from our hotel. They were very short on tables so we shared with a couple of young Posted by Pelham Family in The Pelham Adventure | Jun 10, 2017
  • Hello from HeathrowSuccessful journeys-Swansea meets Aberystwyth top of escalator Paddington station Good journeys for both of us despite 5 minute connection for Delyth at Shrewsbury and being surrounded by prossecco swilling Take That fans heading for O2 arena in Lo Posted by PenllynGirls in Sisters-on-tour2017 | Jun 10, 2017
  • The Crown Jewels and 221b Baker StreetWe went to the Tower of London today and since I do not have an encyclopedic knowledge of British history we probably should have sprung for the audio guide - I'm pretty sure I was remembering a few Game of Posted by Pelham Family in The Pelham Adventure | Jun 9, 2017
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