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  • Day 2 - AM Explorations of Bath I started our full day in Bath with a morning walk and stop at a french bakery that sells their mini version of the Queen Ammon pastry. )For you Great British Baking Show fans, it was one of the Posted by audklein in Our English Adventure 2019 | Jun 26, 2019
  • London and Africa After my last trip to Africa my Grand daughter said that one day she would love to do a safari and gorilla trek. I suggested that she get a job, (she was 15), save some Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Jun 24, 2019
  • September 18, 2018 — Whitby Abbey[center][/center]Woke to more rain. According to a weather report, there is an Atlantic hurricane headed for Ireland and the west coa Posted by Beausoleil in Beausoleil in England | Jun 19, 2019
  • On the Countdown for HomeCan you believe it? Our month of adventures is nearly done. We have had a blast although still a few more adventures to report. Monday saw us go our separate ways. I have been craving a shopping day so Ross thought Posted by Ross and Gill in Europe 2019 | Jun 18, 2019
  • THE LONDON ESCORTS HELPING YOU TO FEEL COMFORTABLE IN FRONT Many of us do not feel at all comfortable in front of a video camera. They can often make us feel self-conscious and when we do see somebody get a video camera out, many of us will move out of Posted by Palacevip12 in THE LONDON ESCORTS HELPING YOU TO FEEL C | Jun 13, 2019
  • Tennis and on to LondonThursday dawned fine so we walked to Roland Garros. First we watched some more Legends playing (Grosjean, Savin, Kafelnikov and someone else) and then Ash Barty having a hit out on a back court. Then we watched the women’s Posted by Ross and Gill in Europe 2019 | Jun 9, 2019
  • Suffolk, UK==MAY 2019== Between returning from Scotland and heading off to South Africa we managed to see a bit more of England. Although there were medical appointments to attend and travel admin to take care Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | Jun 7, 2019
  • Return from ArgentinaOne last breakfast of coffee and medialunas (sweet croissants) and an hour or so of relaxation, then a taxi to the airport and a flight which left on time. Just before boarding we managed to use up our spare pesos Posted by 3Traveller in Argentina and Uruguay: Honeymoon | Jun 5, 2019
  • London - June 4th, 2019Leaving London today. Leisurely breakfast. Off to Gatwick airport which is an hour taxi ride. Then on to JFK to then drive to Philadelphia. It was a fabulous 3 week trip with many memories of Amsterdam, Posted by JDEmmi in Europe 2019 | Jun 4, 2019
  • London - June 3rd, 2019Off to an early start on the hop on hop off bus. Had plans to see Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abby. Things changed as President Trump is in town and traffic was all tied up. The Palace And Abby were closed so Posted by JDEmmi in Europe 2019 | Jun 4, 2019
  • London - June 2nd, 2019June 2 went to a small little church for mass. We have seen many different sizes and ornate types of church. This morning had breakfast at a little café around the corner from our hotel then we walked Posted by JDEmmi in Europe 2019 | Jun 4, 2019
  • London - June 1st, 2019First full day in London on our own. We started off by walking through Kensington Gardens which is part of Hyde Park (just across from our hotel). Stopped at a little café overlooking the Italian Gardens. Posted by JDEmmi in Europe 2019 | Jun 4, 2019
  • Europe (part 1) July 16th, 2019 I arrived at the Gatwick London Airport. After shopping around the airport for a bit, and changing my money into British Pounds, I decided to order an Uber to my Hotel. I stayed at the Sofitel London Gatwick Posted by noordabhia in My Dream Trip around the World | Jun 2, 2019
  • London, EnglandGood morning ladies and gents. It is currently 10:30 am in Trinidad. I just finished eating breakfast. The hotel served a breakfast that included coconut fried bake with salt fish. Also included an omelet and trini roti. The breakfast Posted by KhrisCas5 in My world tour | Jun 2, 2019
  • Ready and waiting to go Since Elaine and Keith had the bright idea to take on the Tour de Mont Blanc (TMB) in 2018 it's all we have been preparing for this year. I have just tallied up the walks we have done this Posted by Jacqui Woods in Tour de Mont Blanc 2019 | May 31, 2019
  • Heading homeNot much to report on this day. Up early to head to Heathrow - no snags. Got thru dropping the bag and security fairly quickly. Had time to grab breakfast at Wondertree then did a little shopping Posted by u2traveller in Provence, July 2018 | May 29, 2019
  • Bad Boys back together againDespite the pain of our last trip (great fun actually!), Lick has agreed to rejoin the Bad Boys Tour for Part 2. We have agonised for weeks over destinations but finally agreed to travel to North West China to follow Posted by Unphilteredidea in Bad Boys Part 2: Lick&Phir on the road | May 29, 2019
  • Last day in LondonOur last day in London and we had a vague idea of what to do, but alas, didn't plan very well. We went over to the museum area and decided (well, hubby decided) to go into the Science Museum again - Posted by u2traveller in Provence, July 2018 | May 29, 2019
  • Kew Gardens and the British LibraryThe day started out overcast but cleared up nicely. We decided to revisit Kew Gardens (we first visited in 2010). We didn't see all of the park the first time, so we decided to spend a little more Posted by u2traveller in Provence, July 2018 | May 28, 2019
  • Travel day to LondonToday didn't involve much sightseeing. We had to drive back to Nice, drop the car, and catch our flight to London Gatwick. The drive was fine - our flight was around 2pm or so and we arrived and dropped the Posted by u2traveller in Provence, July 2018 | May 27, 2019
  • COUNTRY ROADS LEAD US HOMEWe arrived in London, were berthed in the river at Greenwich, and then “docked” ourselves at the Oxford and Cambridge Clubwhere [img=https://photos.travellerspo Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World Again | May 21, 2019
  • building has startedBlog 19.05.19 I know it’s been a long time since your heard from me. But, although a lot has been happening, there has been little to report in terms of anything actually occurring on our plot of land. This week that Posted by Robin Logie in Becci would have loved it here | May 21, 2019
  • Here we go againWell Troops, It appears that the last blog entry was back in November 2017! It's been 18 months since I last put the fingers on the keyboard and a lot has happened since then. We've had medical trauma (who can forget Posted by Phileas Foggs in Around the world in how many days? | May 20, 2019
  • One more leg to DublinEverything has gone to schedule and our plane is waiting for us. A later update. We are in our AirBnB. 35 hours door to door! Feeling a bit jaded but not too Posted by Ross and Gill in Europe 2019 | May 19, 2019
  • A Walk on the Bogside The Bogside is an area outside the walls of Derry that used to be underwater when the river flowed around the island of Derry. As one side of the river dried up, it left Posted by Seacastle7 in History, Art and Stones | May 13, 2019
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