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  • HeathrowWe had booked assisted travlel but apparently only 1 person is.allowed to accompany the assisted person, so they gave us a wheelchair and waved us off. We managed to check our bags in and get ourselves through security without incident. Posted by Earp Girls in Earp Girls Big Birthday Wine Tour | Nov 2, 2019
  • Taxi Drivers Need Protection Because They Travel LongJust like any insurance, it's there to guard you against the unexpected. If you are a taxi driver, you should make sure that you have right type of protection because you travel long as compared to normal driver. For this, Posted by pacehirepco in Pace Hire | Oct 31, 2019
  • Happy ThanksgivingCertainly thankful for the travel opportunities I get to do every year. It is amazing the places I get to see. This morning we headed out for a quick breakfast – banana and chocolate croissant and then proceeded to the Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 14, 2019
  • Last Day in LondonAlarm went off just before 7:00 Am time to get moving so we can see more London sights before we depart for Paris tomorrow am. So this is it, the last full day in London, let's make Posted by JuiceQ88 in Europe Bound | Oct 14, 2019
  • Off for Another Creighz Adventure!So here we go again. As I sit in my comfy recliner, watching the Blazers pre-season games, sipping on a fine Kentucky bourbon- I can’t help but wonder why in the hell we want to once again push our minds Posted by Catnchas in Queens, Kings, Castles and Things | Oct 14, 2019
  • Hey…Look! It’s Not RainingIf the protestors are not snarly traffic and creating closures in Central London…then it’s the fact that there was a Half Marathon running race going on today! Good day for a run…just not for me. I have sights Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 13, 2019
  • First Full Day in LondonDay 2 in London was supposed to start early. After all there is a lot to see. The 2 hours of sleep on the plane had a little bit more to do with the delayed start to the Posted by JuiceQ88 in Europe Bound | Oct 13, 2019
  • Toronto to Europe Airport and Day oneSo what does one do when you have an 11:05 p,m Friday flight from Toronto to Europe for your very first time to Europe? Chill and have a drink of course, because you are on vacation is the Posted by JuiceQ88 in Europe Bound | Oct 13, 2019
  • Another Trip – Another AdventureAs with any trip there are always travel stories and the start of this trip was no exception. This was mostly due to people not abiding by the carry on luggage rule! If you can not carry it Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 12, 2019
  • London is CallingWheels Up on Friday evening landing at London Heathrow. Posted by moorsey88 in London ~ Paris ~ Barcelona | Oct 9, 2019
  • 10-4-19[img=https://photos.travellers Posted by Mystic Explorer in Mystic Explorer | Oct 4, 2019
  • 10-3-19We left London Tuesday and headed toward Dover but of course we made a detour when Jai saw a WWII 1948 memorial. Great place that had both outside and inside memorabilia. We continued on and drive to Dover to see Posted by Mystic Explorer in Mystic Explorer | Oct 3, 2019
  • 10-1-19 second post[img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/932443/2019092 Posted by Mystic Explorer in Mystic Explorer | Oct 1, 2019
  • 10-1-18Been off the blog a bit. We traveled from York to Nottingham Castle then into London. The castle ruins what's left are a bit hard to find but we did. Then stopped for a pint at the pub that is Posted by Mystic Explorer in Mystic Explorer | Oct 1, 2019
  • 24 September 2019 - The journey beginsOur adventure begins. Checking in, we discovered that we've been upgraded to Business Class for this short leg of our journey. A pleasant surprise which means we can skip the queues at Zürich airport, albeit very small queues. Debbie’s never Posted by HurstStone in Pete & Debbie's Travel Adventures | Sep 28, 2019
  • 9-27-19Started the day finding a laundry mat -needed some clean clothes. We headed to a farm so I could hike up to see the Scottish Highland Coos(spelled correctly). There is a park, golf course and many hiking trails Posted by Mystic Explorer in Mystic Explorer | Sep 27, 2019
  • Back to the UK Fairly relaxed morning as we don’t fly until 3pm. We’d pre-booked a “shuttle” but this turned out to be a large SUV with only one other passenger and a uniformed chauffeur; the notorious Seattle traffic was not in evidence, so Posted by AnneandDerek in Alaska and BC | Sep 27, 2019
  • 2019 Ship to Shore. Russia, Scotland and moreToday we are back in London for the night before boarding our flight back to Melbourne bringing to a close our holiday. The Caledonian Sleeper was the overnight train that left Inverness last night arriving at Euston Station this morning with Posted by pjandc in Travel is a wonderful thing | Sep 26, 2019
  • 60 is just a number!Back to the busy roads and towns of England, back to the hospitality of Ian and jacqui's drive and back to MOT and service. We had a lovely lunch with Jill and John at the Bear in Moreton Jacqui Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | May 29, 2016
  • TJ Camper GirlCombs Valley Campsite, beautiful views of the Peak District Hills and the Combs Reservoir. Trains are rattling past but I quite like that, and aeroplanes for Manchester - but like that too. Local news today, lovely farm cat was knocked down on Posted by tjcampergirl in TJ Camper Girl | Sep 17, 2019
  • Scarborough Whitby and YorkThis trip was a bit different! I went on a coach holiday and I really enjoyed it! Part of the fun for me is the planning. What is there to see and do, what to take with me etc. and as Posted by Grumpy Dwarf in Grumpy Dwarf Travel | Sep 17, 2019
  • Birmingham June 2017I do love the centre of Birmingham! Great food, great shopping and great views in a smallish area. So I was playing around on t’internet and I thought I would see if I could get a decent deal on a train Posted by Grumpy Dwarf in Grumpy Dwarf Travel | Sep 17, 2019
  • Bristol shopping tripAs part of her birthday treat, I took my (just) 13 year old granddaughter to Bristol on a shopping trip. We caught a through train from Paignton station so that we didn’t have to change. I got a good deal too Posted by Grumpy Dwarf in Grumpy Dwarf Travel | Sep 17, 2019
  • CharmouthOur first stop after leaving our house in Charmouth was a farm 25 minutes walk from the village. We had some stuff to do locally and the west Dorset countryside is as good as anything we have see. Lovely little Posted by cjpolley in Adventure before Dementia | Sep 16, 2019
  • So what are we up to now?!A few weeks ago Steve and I were wondering how to celebrate our 40th wedding anniversary. At the same time we had the chance to meet up with our friend Sayeh who invited us to his wed Posted by Valfowles in Granny on the Rails (Part 2) | Sep 15, 2019
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