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  • BathIn the afternoon we arrived at our Georgian accommodation built in 1875 - central location only two streets over from all key sites. Wednesday morning we went out early while it was cool and walked up to The Circus Posted by bonne vie in The big five-oh | Sep 13, 2023
  • Grandkids in Rome, Day 2 We only had 2 partial days in Rome so had to make the most of them. Today we had a tour of the Colosseum, Palatine Hill and the Forum. This was supposed to include the underground but, apparently no one Posted by Miss Chris in Grandma on The Go | May 25, 2023
  • When in Rome ...Even though our trip to Italy is geared around a great time on the newest Royal Caribbean ship "Wonder of the Seas" - we had to see a few other Wonders of the World. Today we visited one of Posted by Where2FromHere in Where 2 From Here? | Aug 6, 2022
  • Cartagena Tapas TastingWe boarded the Voyager of the Seas on Friday and Saturday stopped at our first port which was Cartagena, Spain. [center][/center]And of course our food fest continued with our walking t Posted by Where2FromHere in Where 2 From Here? | Apr 21, 2022
  • The Colesseum, The Forum and a Thousand Narrow Streets On the second full day, we didn't have any organized tour, just tickets to the Colosseum. We found a bus that took up there with little effort other than we were criminals, not having mastered the system. Bus Posted by Deuxenvacances in Italy | Sep 9, 2021
  • What to see in Lugo cityLugo is a two-thousand-year-old city that rises up on the banks of the river Miño in the North of West of Spain. This city keeps intact the essence of the monuments that surround it in the history center of the Posted by laura.smith in Discover Lugo, in Galicia Spain | Mar 24, 2021
  • When We Couldn't Even Wed in Gretna Green With travel completely disrupted by Covid, and all our original plans out the window, any travel this year would be last minute and national. We seized an opportunity with lockdowns easing and semi-decent Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Jul 23, 2020
  • Lord Of The TrainsIt surely must be possible to overdose on trains. But no matter how hard I try, I can't do it. I became a train enthusiast when I was very young, perhaps a toddler, I don't ever remember being not obsessed with Posted by urbanreverie in Urban Reverie's Travels | Oct 27, 2019
  • Pretty but Painful Pamukkale After taking an internal flight from Istanbul we arrived at Denizli Airport for our transfer to Pamukkale. Pamukkale is an interesting village, thriving off tourism to it's two famous sites - the natural whi Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Sep 26, 2019
  • The Rest of Rome After our first day exploring the Vatican City, the following day was spent at the Colosseum and Roman Forum. [center][/c Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Aug 18, 2019
  • Italy and San MarinoBeen quite a while since I updated this, and I can't remember exactly how I ended the last post so I'll continue with what I remember. My last night in Nice was rather long and boozy so waking up to leave Posted by benjamin2981 in Eurotrip 2019 | Jul 22, 2019
  • Southern FranceCan I admit that I'm actually far too busy to regularly write a blog post? Only reason I'm writing this now is that I've just arrived in Pisa, needed something on my car seeing to, and as it's rather sweltering Posted by benjamin2981 in Eurotrip 2019 | Jun 24, 2019
  • Andalusia, Castilla y Leon, Aragon and AndorraAfter Morocco, I'll admit that I was happy to be back in Europe. To get to Granada, it was a long drive towards Granada. About three, maybe another half hour to Granada, but it was a decent drive, with plenty Posted by benjamin2981 in Eurotrip 2019 | Jun 16, 2019
  • BathVisited the popular sites in Bath: the Roman Baths, Bath Abbey, the Royal Crescent, the Circus and the Fashion Museum. Took a side trip to Stonehenge and tried scrumpy at a local pub. The Roma Posted by Traipser in The Traipser | May 7, 2019
  • Popping by Pompeii After a busy few first days, today would be more relaxing. Getting up later for breakfast we took our time heading for the station to take the train to today's sightseeing destination - Pompeii. The tra Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Nov 29, 2018
  • A taste of Rome's fountains and piazzas Piazza del Popolo (twin churches ???) Only half a day left before flying back home and still so much more to see and do in Rome [Rome-travel-guide-278393]. We decided to tak Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Aug 3, 2018
  • Capital of the Roman empire After visiting several Roman sites all over I think it’s about time I go and see the place they came from, starting with the Colosseum. Here we can skip the line again and a Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Aug 1, 2018
  • Vatican skip the line After breakfast me and my mom went to find the open hop-on hop-off buss to go with the rome Omnia card. We knew to look for a yellow bus but it took us some time to find the Posted by Stefmuts in Adventures by Stef | Aug 1, 2018
  • Blood sport in the Coliseum at Thysdrus,Tunisia circa 200 AD Standing in the once blood splattered arena of this magnificent coliseum at El jem ( ancient Thysdrus) immediately reminded me of a glorious empire where Romans enjoyed good times in Posted by Ramdas Iyer in Ramdas Iyer's- World Traveller Blogs | Mar 29, 2018
  • Sun, Sea and Salou After a summer of weekend city breaks, and several years of adventures this holiday was going to be different. A week by the beach in Spain! The plan was to visit Salou, in Catalonia in no Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Sep 25, 2017
  • Holy Geez - did we really do ALL THAT?!!!I wasn't expecting THAT...we could possibly pack even more into a day!!! WOW What a day! We started at the guest house in Moulay Idriss with a crepe breakfast with local honey, olive oil and apricot jam. After a short cab ride, Posted by otisandma in I Wasn't Expecting THAT! | Sep 18, 2017
  • Road Trip Having spent the last few years jetting off abroad for weekends away to new cities and countries, it made me realise there were still patches missing that I had never visited in my own co Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Jul 30, 2016
  • When in Rome... Having welcomed in the new year just 12 hours before, I made my way to Luton Airport for the first holiday of the year. Wasting no time and being joined for once, by other people, I was Posted by kmmk17 in World Travels | Jan 3, 2015
  • Evora Portugal - Ancient Cromlech Older than Stonehenge Evora is a historic 2000 year old city in the Alentejo region of Portugal. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The walled old town boasts Moorish, Roman and Catholic monuments, hilly cobbl Posted by CherylGypsyRose in The Iberian Penninsula in December | Sep 21, 2018
  • "Walking The Wall Of Fame"Wednesday: 16th.June '06.. Well the exciting news for the this week since I've been back from the Yorkshire Dales was, I've unexpectedly landed a few hours of voluntary work at Lytham Hall with the restoration group for the National Trust..It may Posted by wattslee in "Wattsup&Whereto" | Jun 16, 2016
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