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  • Day 7 We started our day with another stellar breakfast at our B & B. We reduced the number of places we would travel to today because of how long it took us Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Sep 11, 2017
  • Day 6We got up bright and early on Saturday, Sept 9th. We had just a fantastic "bespoke" breakfast at The Plough. Bespoke means custom made or made to measure. Art had the Full English Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Sep 11, 2017
  • Carlisle to St Bees Accommodation: Stone House Farm Today we set off from Carlisle on a two carriage Northern Rail train travelling west to the Irish Sea at Maryport and then south along the Posted by Sue and Trevor in Sue and Trevor's UK Walking Holiday 2017 | Sep 11, 2017
  • Day 5 This morning we were up and ready when our cab ride arrived to take us to the car rental agency. This was the same cabbie who drove us to our London lodgings. He was very friendly and Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Sep 9, 2017
  • The second day in LondonFirst of all, I must apologize for misidentifying the statue of a Queen in front of St. Paul's Cathedral. I identified it as Queen Victoria but it is Queen Anne who was the reigning queen in 1712 when St. Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Sep 8, 2017
  • First Day in the UKWe left Regina during the morning of Sept 5. We arrived at the Calgary Airport. We had a short layover there. We thought we would share pictures of the decorations in the D area of the Calgary Posted by A-RPoulton in United Kingdom 2017 | Sep 7, 2017
  • Claife Heights HikeIn preparation for our Coast to Coast Walk we decided to do a short hike near Windermere to loosen up. The trail to Claife Heights promised tremendous views of the lake Windermere and a mix of woods and small tarns. Posted by Sue and Trevor in Sue and Trevor's UK Walking Holiday 2017 | Sep 7, 2017
  • The walkers have landed......We arrived in Manchester after an uneventful flight from Sydney via Hong Kong. Needless to say, it was raining when we landed - heavily. It was still raining, heavily, as we caught our train from the airport to Carlisle in Posted by Sue and Trevor in Sue and Trevor's UK Walking Holiday 2017 | Sep 7, 2017
  • Lets Play MonopolyMost of us grew up playing Monopoly and have our favourite places we wanted to buy or visit. Here are the ones we managed to tick off of the old monopoly board favourites. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/896021/Monopoloy_board.jpg thumb=https://p Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Sep 2, 2017
  • London 14th August 2017This morning we are doing a short 4 hour tour of London finishing with a tour inside Buckingham Palace. We opt to take a taxi to our departure point which turned out to be a good idea because it was Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Sep 2, 2017
  • London Sunday 13th August 2017This morning we get up early to get in line to see Churchills War rooms hidden beneath the streets of Westminster. The secret WW2 bunker that protected the staff and secrets at the heart of Britain's government during the second Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Sep 2, 2017
  • London Saturday 12th August 2017Hi all This morning we are going to see the changing the Queen's Life Guards 'Horse Guard Parade' - Queen's Royal Guards on horseback wearing full military uniforms and through the Household Cavalry Museum and stable of the Queens guards. Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Sep 1, 2017
  • London Friday 11th August 2017Today is our first day of sightseeing in London. Our first stop is to pick up our London Pass at Charring Cross which is just up the road. Then we are onto the Hop On Hop Off bus and heading Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Sep 1, 2017
  • Just checkin'Hi all, This is just a quick entry to check that this blog is working as (we think) it should be before we're away and updating it from a tiny cracked phone screen! Xx Posted by FamilyBot in Jaffas Italian adventure | Aug 23, 2017
  • Hadrians wall and Beatrix Potters house I can cross seeing Hadrians wall off my bucket list, I can now say I have walked on the wall and seen an ancient Roman Fort from 1800 years ago. Beatrix Potters house is in the beautiful Lake District, it Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Aug 22, 2017
  • Better than school any day😂5/08/2017 Dear diary Day three of my wombat plus one holiday. Lozzy, davo, Livy and I had a nice sleep in. We woke up and drove to the airport to go to London. When we got to the airport,we checked in Posted by ggirl1805 in Wombat plus one | Aug 22, 2017
  • Yorkshire DalesA breathtaking drive over the Yorkshire Dales, the scenery was amazing with the purple heather creating a colourful blanket. Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Aug 22, 2017
  • Richmond and the Yorkshire moorsA lovely drive through the moors and a beautiful overnight stay in a B&B Are you going to Scarborough fair, yep we did [img= Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Aug 22, 2017
  • York3 nights 2 days exploring York, I love it here, so old with so much character [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/899664 Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Aug 19, 2017
  • Humberston and LincolnWe had a wonderful 2 day catch up with new friends that we met on the river cruise, Sheila and Cliff took us to Lincoln to see the castle, we also went out to dinner at Chleethorpes at the seaside, Posted by Annebk in Anne & Lindesay Europe 2017 | Aug 18, 2017
  • Europe 2017 - Goodbye Paris - Hello LondonThursday 10th August 2017 Today we leave France and head over to London, England. We are going on the Eurostar train that goes under the channel. We walk to our local underground subway station and catch the subway to Gare du Posted by MADpeasncarrots in Europe 2017 | Aug 12, 2017
  • Brooklands: birthplace of British motorsport and aviationBrooklands is the first purpose-built motor circuit constructed by wealthy landowner Hugh Locke King in 1907. It was used as a car racing circuit until the First World War, when it was commandeered by the Department of Defence. After the Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Aug 2, 2017
  • Portsmouth to WokingWe only had a short 80 min jaunt from Portsmouth to Woking, where we dumped our bags and went for a stroll around this interesting town which cleverly mixes old with new. We wanted to check out buses for our Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Aug 1, 2017
  • Returning to Dunhampstead [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/880679/large_45512484703159-Leaving_Worce.._Worcester.jpg caption=Leaving Worcester, July 28, 2002 - Sunday mor Posted by greatgrandmaR in 2002 Narrowboat Holiday in England | Apr 3, 2017
  • Falmouth to PortsmouthWe awoke this morning to clear skies, and no rain. In fact the sun came out before we left. A quick walk gave us a chance to see and photo Falmouth without the drizzle. The station looked particularly lovely bathed Posted by hchampion in Weddingtrip2017 | Jul 30, 2017
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