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  • Pubs of LondonIt'll be a "short" day - well, a short window of time to do things today. Jet lagged from the previous night or the current day, we are all in a london fog... We finally all get together Posted by M6-Greg in Women are better | Jun 8, 2019
  • Manchester and LiverpoolTruthfully, I didn't do all that much in Manchester. The one thing that I did worth mentioning was the John Rylands Library. It is a really old library and the type of architecture is Victorian neo-Gothic, if that means anything Posted by Ilana'sGapYear in Ilana's Gap Year | Jun 8, 2019
  • London Again!Yup, I headed back to London after visiting Morgan in Bath. But this time around, I was staying with a friend. His name was Tom and I met him in Malaysia. I actually met him in the first 2 weeks Posted by Ilana'sGapYear in Ilana's Gap Year | Jun 2, 2019
  • 2 Days in BathAfter London, I took a train to another city in England, Bath. I ended up being on the train with 3 girls from my hostel that I'd met the day before so we met up for an early breakfast and Posted by Ilana'sGapYear in Ilana's Gap Year | May 31, 2019
  • Stratford-upon-Avon A full English breakfast for Casey and Becky at the Moonraker House. Leslie finally got her luggage tonight. In between those events, we enjoyed a visit to Anne Hathaway’s cottage. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/975279/5F600900-4A1B-4DA1-852D-5E Posted by wildwilsonwoman in Cotswolds and Ireland, 2019 | May 30, 2019
  • Day 4It's 7 o 'clock in the morning and I'm having my last breakfast in London, yogurt with oatmeal! I love it, I will take the train to Cambridge at 10 am and It will be a short trip, just Posted by Bapa in Travel Blog to England and France | May 29, 2019
  • Day 3As I said, It was fantastic. Seeing London by that high point is wonderful. Did I say that I was going to the Buckingham Palace too? I'll take the tour at 4 o'clock and then I will go to a Posted by Bapa in Travel Blog to England and France | May 29, 2019
  • Day 2The flight is over. It was 12 hours without touching the floor, and that's why I feel a little bit strange. I'll stay in a hotel, cheap but good and safe, as I read in its website. Now I'm eating Posted by Bapa in Travel Blog to England and France | May 29, 2019
  • 25-26/05 England - Portland to PlymouthToday is a driving day with limited stops. We followed the Jurassic Coast road and kept off the motorway as much as possible. Again the little villages were amazing, with the buildings up close and personal to the road, and Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 28, 2019
  • 24/05 England - Dinton to Isle of PortlandFrom the hotel we went into Dinton for breakfast before starting out to the Old Wardour Castle (which didn't open till 10am). The little cafe in Dinton was run by a husband and wife and they were very friendly and Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 28, 2019
  • So... I'm in London!Hi Everyone! It's been ages since my last post but I decided to squeeze in another trip before starting college (or uni as it's called here in London). I was in London for about a day and half. I arrived pretty Posted by Ilana'sGapYear in Ilana's Gap Year | May 28, 2019
  • OxfordBeautiful blue skies and wildflowers in the meadows and along the roads welcomed me to Oxford on Tuesday, May 27. Those overnight flights are killers even with Delta’s Comfort seats! My AirBnB is a funky little place, crammed with photos, maps, Posted by wildwilsonwoman in Cotswolds and Ireland, 2019 | May 28, 2019
  • 23/05 England - Warnford to DintonQuite a long day today starting with a visit to Winchester. My research showed that it would be easier to park in one of the city carparks and walk around. We walked to the Cathedral and then to the City Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 26, 2019
  • England 22/05 - East Grinstead to WarnfordThe Ravenswood had a back garden that I was very envious of - but Nymans Gardens (https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/nymans) were spectacular. This is another National Trust property and well worth a visit. We spent a couple of hours wandering around the ex Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 26, 2019
  • Public Houses of LondonOne of the first pubs I happened upon after a day of a "LOT" of walking was The Swan which happened to be just down the street from my Hotel in Lancaster Gate. This place was a little different from Posted by DC Dave in London, United Kingdom (2019) | May 24, 2019
  • England 21/05 - Brighton to Sharpthorne, East GrinsteadWhile yesterday was a day of castles, today was a day of gardens. We started off early from Brighton to [[https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/birling-gap-and-the-seven-sisters.|Birling Gap]]. The rocky beach and chalk cliff was pretty cool and I was happy to Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 21, 2019
  • England 20/05 - Broadstairs to BrightonWe used to live at Walmer NSW, so when we saw Walmer Castle we just had to visit... Whilst there we paid for English Heritage membership - this will give us free entry (and parking) at all English Heritage properties Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 26, 2019
  • A Fantastic Final Full Day in LondonWe had a leisurely start to the day and Amanda took the day off from running. Zachary completes our first errand of the day by mailing postcards. [img=https:/ Posted by maryschulz in And Away... We Go! | May 20, 2019
  • England 19/05 - Escape to the countryWe stayed overnight at the Holiday Inn Wandsworth. Neither of us are city people and the drive from the airport to Wandsworth was eye opening. Once you are off the motorway, the streets are very narrow. It will take some Posted by snikpohks in 2019 UK Adventure | May 19, 2019
  • Another Exciting and Interesting Touring DayOnce again, Amanda started the day off with an early morning run along the Thames! [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/950123/24199702-E3C5-4EB1-8EAD-8109B81 Posted by maryschulz in And Away... We Go! | May 19, 2019
  • In Metro-LandRuislip is a pleasant suburb in north west London, with an ancient village at its heart which was mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It is also the town where I grew up, and where my parents continued to live until Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | May 18, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Dartmoor to HomeDespite the strong wind really buffeting the van last night, I slept really well. I didn't even hear David get up in the night. When I look out of the window of the van this morning, I see a herd Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Travels with Thor the Geriatruck | May 15, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Dartmoor to HomeDespite the strong wind really buffeting the van last night, I slept really well. I didn't even hear David get up in the night. When I look out of the window of the van this morning, I see a herd Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Thor The Geriatruck | May 15, 2019
  • A Day of Beheadings, Torture, Treasure, and DiscoveryAmanda started off the day with a run along the Thames at 6:30am. She really enjoyed herself, while Zachary, James and Mary slept. We all walked to the Tower of London. We saw the Crown Jewels, took a Beefeater tour and Posted by maryschulz in And Away... We Go! | May 18, 2019
  • Tour 1 ~ Exmoor to DartmoorIt was an interesting night, disturbed by strange dreams (thanks to the Lariam we are still taking from our trip to The Gambia last month); the fact that is was a new bed and a new experience; too much to Posted by Thor Geriatruck in Travels with Thor the Geriatruck | May 14, 2019
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