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  • Liverpool and London trips etc.Sometimes driving in England is not pleasurable, so we have taken advantage of the occasional coach tour, one of which took us to Liverpool to see an exhibition on the Chinese Terracotta Army in the World Museum. We were Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | Mar 5, 2019
  • The Trip to LondonIf you have come back to the blog, you are a glutton for punishment...just kidding...hopefully this is getting better, ha ha! I think I'm finally understanding this process and quite honestly, I give kudos to the people who do this Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Feb 18, 2019
  • Britain’s maritime legacy[center] View over Greenwich and beyond[/center] When people ask on forums where they might go on a day trip within easy reach of central London I oft Posted by ToonSarah in Near and (not very) far | Feb 4, 2019
  • A sunny day - just right for Kew Gardens!===We’ve been keeping a weather eye on the Met Office’s forecasts lately. Rain, you see, has become a regular feature of daily life here in England in recent months. Lots and lots of the wet stuff. The best day last Posted by Keep Smiling in An English Summer | Jan 21, 2019
  • Further explorations of LondonAfter Dave departed for Manchester in the morning, I took a train into London. I had arranged to meet up with a friend there for dinner and before that I fancied visiting a couple of museums and having a nice Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Jan 16, 2019
  • London explorationsDay trip to London :-) Dr Johnson's House was my first destination. This 300-year-old Georgian townhouse is where the famous lexicographer Samuel Johnson lived and worked for a while in the 18th century. In contrast to other parts of London, there Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Jan 16, 2019
  • Return to the UK: 100th anniversary of start of World War 1At check-in I had to pay about 40 euros because my case was three or four kg over the weight limit. I had a feeling it would go over - I had no way of measuring it beforehand. Unfortunately I Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Jan 14, 2019
  • Borough Market and Bethnal Green, LondonI went into London today to do several things. The first thing I did, after arriving at London Bridge and taking one or two pictures of the Thames, was go to Borough Market for the first time. [img= Posted by 3Traveller in Teaching and Travelling Abroad | Jan 7, 2019
  • A Duke on a Horse and a Woman with Wings===Hands up all those who've circumnavigated that London racetrack known as Hyde Park Corner... Come on, you can do better than that – I was hoping for some audience participation! So, once again: Hands up all those who've circumnavigat Posted by Keep Smiling in Number One London | Jan 3, 2019
  • Henry VIII walked here!===If you're going to visit a stately home's garden, there's no better way to do it than with the Head Gardener. So it was, in March this year, that we attended another special event for English Heritage members at Eltham Posted by Keep Smiling in A palace garden | Jan 2, 2019
  • The largest photobook in the world===Last night, my wife and I attended the unveiling of the largest photobook in the world. This was the result of an 'Around the World in 80 Days' contest held by photo processing company PhotoBox. The contest had attracted over Posted by Keep Smiling in Bookzilla | Jan 1, 2019
  • London 2014October 23rd to October 26th 2014 the AS and A2 Geography classes ventured to our country's capital, London. We were living it up in luxury apartments in Canary Warf, famous as the London landscape shown on the TV show "The Posted by LaraTN in My Journey | Dec 16, 2018
  • Sharing London With Good FriendsOur last day in London was going to be busy, we were meeting our friends Jocke and Eva Alspund from Sweden. Jocke and our daughter-in-law-Bekki are cousins. I’ve written about them before, we met on Facebook, then in Finland 2 Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Dec 8, 2018
  • Out and about in EnglandA few days after our return to England, we had the annual parade of vintage and veteran cars from Ipswich to Felixstowe. Our nearest vantage point was the High Road in Trimley St Mary. The vehicles range from Posted by SteveJD in Travels with "Jet Set" | Dec 8, 2018
  • The London Eye and Westminster AbbeyFinally, a free day in England. We’d planned to go to Stonehenge and Avebury today. I wanted to see both sites but without a car, we needed to take a tour. A tour would have been fine except that strong winds Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Dec 6, 2018
  • One More Performance, Les MisWe had a few stops to make today before this evenings performance. I had to get to a camera shop. Just before we left home I found that my lens cover was missing. It had been Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Dec 2, 2018
  • London TownA marathon 24hr travel day flying via Zurich with a 4hr stop over was hard work. Swiss air was amazing tho. Turns out Lexi doesn't sleep well on planes but luckily got a couple of hours in the terminal waiting Posted by Mosairamble in The Mosai Ramble | Dec 5, 2018
  • The Tower then Royal Albert Hall1st a walk to the Tower of London. Last year I’d missed seeing where Anne Boleyn lost her head and since I’ve read several books on the wives of Henry the 8th I did want to see both where she Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Dec 1, 2018
  • 1 Night, 2 Concerts in LondonAfter a full day of walking yesterday, we were tired and decided that with 2 concerts tonight, back to back, we’d take it a bit easy. We have never been to Westminster Abbey so decided to stop there to see about Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Nov 30, 2018
  • Shopping, Walking and a Concert in LondonOur first plan for today included over 9 miles of walking, but we soon figured out that it wasn’t going to be realistic. I’d found online that The Tesco Superstore had wines that were our every day at home and we Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Nov 27, 2018
  • A Visit to ParliamentAfter a train ride from Winchester, we arrived in London. We love London, it is bustling with people and this time of year is completely Christmas. It was early but we got our room, dropped our stuff and set out for Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Nov 24, 2018
  • Downton Abbey aka: Highclere CastleWe have been Downton Abbey fans since it began, had Downton dinners, 7-9 course dinners, hired kitchen help complete with aprons, and of course dressed the part. So today, after buying tickets to visit 2 other times, we were really Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Nov 22, 2018
  • Trying To Get To LondonLast year, while working in Florida, we had a family emergency and bought plane tickets to fly home and back. As it turned out, we had to drive home to work the fires in Northern California, so did not use Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | Nov 17, 2018
  • Invercargill to LondonIt was almost 12 months ago when we (mostly me) decided on a trip to Europe. It started with the idea of a treat to myself for my big birthday, but later turn into a combination of birthday celebration plus Posted by Szufan in Half way around the world | Sep 10, 2018
  • WANDERING ALONG WARREN STREET[b]Warren Street is a station on the Northern and Victoria Lines of London’s Underground network. Situated at the intersection of Tottenham Court Road and Euston Road, both important arteries, Warren Street itself is comparatively small and of minor signi Posted by ADAMYAMEY in LONDON | Sep 5, 2018
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