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  • Day 14 - St. Johns AntiguaI truly did not have any plans to do anything today, but it's always nice to just get off the ship, walk around the area, try to local food, and be on your way. Our next stop was St. John's, Antigua Posted by Sluggoaafa in SluggoAAFAs Blog | Feb 16, 2018
  • Sandringham EstateGreetings! The next adventure took us to Sandringham House, the private home of Queen Elizabeth II. Beginning in the 16th century, the Sandringham area passed through two families: the Cobbes who held the land from 1517 and then the Hostes Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Sep 15, 2019
  • A STOP TO VISIT MY SISTER & FAMILYHello; As mentioned in my last blog entry, we traveled into western New York via the Niagara Falls Port of Entry at the US/Canadian border. It was then about an hour's trip to my sister, Marilyn's home. Campground reservations Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Jul 24, 2019
  • Scotland Slowly 2019, Day 6: St. KildaLet’s begin, sort of, where we left off yesterday. The second half of yesterday was not an especially exciting afternoon and evening. We were both quite tired after the long hike. We got a pre-dinner cocktail, attended Posted by LoonBin in Scotland 2019-- Islands and Speyside | Jun 26, 2019
  • ST. AUGUSTINE, TWO NIGHTS AND A DAY & ONE-HALFHi! This blog combines two days as the trip up to St. Augustine from Cocoa was uneventful. We pulled into the St. Augustine Elks Lodge in the early afternoon. It is a large, active club with 1,300+ members. Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Jun 15, 2019
  • Dublin - Day 3Our third day we had purchased tickets to go to St. Patrick's Cathedral and had planned to visit some of the gardens as well as explore more parts of Dublin. We had tickets to St. Patrick's Cathedral as soon as Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Jun 6, 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
  • Day 3We met our Backroads group for the first time today. 17 hikers plus 2 leaders. Here we all are! Representing California, New York, New Jersey, Colorado, Louisiana, Washington state, and Indiana. A fun group of travelers Posted by bloomcrew in Basque Country France/Spain 2018 | Oct 25, 2018
  • Tour of LondonWe were up early. Traditional British breakfast this morning. Fried eggs, over hard, sausage, cheese and fruit. There were other things, but those looked the best. The Brits don't seem to know how to scramble eggs Posted by doubleeagledave in England, Scotland and Wales 2018 | Sep 11, 2018
  • Visiting Van GoghLocated right next to our hotel is one of the largest and most significant medieval Gothic buildings in Europe ... the Papal Palace. There is a guide which we takes us on a tour of the place. Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Jun 26, 2017
  • A TOUR OF BUSCH STADIUM(Saturday) A trip to St. Louis would be incomplete without a tour of Busch Stadium. Named for the Busch Family who are synonymous with St. Louis, the beautiful structure sits in an area of downtown St. Louis called Posted by dixter in Dick's Travels | Oct 10, 2017
  • St John'sHello my dear friends, The overnight flight to Newfoundland was painless! I managed to sleep about 4 hours - a miracle! - and woke up with only 40 minutes left in the flight. I had the window seat in the Posted by Cleanslate in Come-from-away | Aug 9, 2017
  • Mont St. Michel The mighty rock rising from the sea in Normandy ... Mont St. Michel...is quite a sight. If the prespiration from the sweltering heat wasn't burning my eyes, it would be a bit more comfortabl Posted by Linda Fluckiger in Living a Dream | Jun 21, 2017
  • Camino Day 1: Over the Pyrenees Pass[center][/center] Awoke to the sounds of quiet, peaceful music and the rustling of other pilgrims. Was it anxiety or excitement in the air? I trod quietly to the bathr Posted by Shantitraveler in Camino de Santiago | Sep 24, 2016
  • Navigating the seas to Russia The next stop on the itinerary is St. Petersburg, Russia. Growing up during the Cold War, Russia has always been on my must-visit list. Traveling to Russia can be a challenge. There are h Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | Jun 7, 2016
  • Cruising OnWhen an opportunity to travel arises, there is no good reason not to. That is the motto we have adopted and based on that statement, when asked if we wanted to go on a Baltic cruise, it did not take Posted by darrenesl in Darren and Terri's Travels | May 12, 2016
  • Searching for the elusive St. Charles' ChurchWhen you book hostels, most dorms are “mixed” meaning for guys and girls. But many hostels have female-only dorms as well (of course for extra money), so the mixed dorms usually end up being all guys. My roommates Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Jul 6, 2014
  • Wandering around ViennaWhen I woke up at 4:15am to get to the train station by 4:45, it was almost completely light out. While I’m not as far north as I was in Stockholm, I’m significantly farther east but still in the Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Jun 28, 2014
  • One Day in the North Springtime flowers bloom around the ruins of the Graeco-Roman city of Salamis in North Cyprus The plan for today was to drive north and cross the border into Turkis Posted by world_wide_mike in Worldwidemike | Apr 4, 2014
  • MelbourneOur host Chung was waiting for us and made us some tea. I am sure he would have talked for hours. We learn he is from Hanoi and was a lawyer there. Now he is retired and they make a Posted by Mari Anne in The Great Adventure 2013 | Dec 18, 2013
  • Turkey - Day 9 - Ephesus and nearbyWe had a choice of locations to use as our "base" while touring the area around Ephesus: Izmir, Kusadasi (most cruise ships harbor there), Selcuk, or Sirince. I'm glad we settled on Izmir; the hotel where we're staying is Posted by BeachGlass in Bulging Bags | Nov 17, 2013
  • Antwerp, Brussels and a run-in with the Gestapo!?!We woke up this morning and Chris made everyone a great breakfast! When he moved to Belgium, he started experimenting with making his own bread to save money, and I was pretty impressed! Not only did we have Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | May 14, 2013
  • Adventures on the AutobahnI woke up this morning with a bone to pick. German doors do not close flush into the door jam. This may sound trivial, but I constantly think that they are ajar and can't seem to get used Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Apr 30, 2013
  • Experiencing Tiffany's Vision of New York CityWhen I get off the train at Back Bay station in Boston in winter I often walk by numerous oversized Tiffany ads that portray images of New York City as some sort of idealized winter wonderland. There are beautiful people Posted by EuropInFebruary in From the Travel Book I'll Never Write | Apr 30, 2013
  • Business as usual?This morning I woke up around 5:30am to leave for the train station in Bonn. Bernd dropped me off in time to catch the 6:30am train, arriving in Frankfurt around 7:40 (going over 200km/hr!). I Posted by atbrady in Boundless Adventures | Apr 25, 2013
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