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The blog’s been pretty quiet the last two months, huh. Well, don’t fret it isn’t that I haven’t been out there traveling at my usual rate (though my travels have been within the UK). But, up until last week I was in … Continue reading
Tagged baby grill, camping, car camping, cliff walk, Cornwall, English Heritage, Geevor, hiking, Land's End, Levant, Levant Tin Mine, National Trust, pasty, Penzance, Porthcurno, tele-communications, telegraph, Telegraph Museum, tent, tin mine, Tintagel, Tintagel Castle
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This past weekend we enjoyed a ‘staycation’ here as the 2014 Tour de France began in Yorkshire, with police estimating some 2.5 million people lining the course. This start has been heralded as one of the best openings EVER, by … Continue reading
Tagged 1 kilometer mark, 1 km, Fan Park, Harrogate, Le Tour, Mark Cavendish, parade, peloton, Royal visit, spectator, Stage 1, Stage 2, the Grand Depart, Tour de France, Yorkshire, Yorkshire Grand Depart
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The English countryside is dotted with ‘stately homes,’ whose families can no longer afford their upkeep (after their serfs were educated and made lives of their own) and have been turned over to land trusts and opened to the public. … Continue reading
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This trip wasn’t my first time visiting London, but by far the longest time that I will have spent there, three and a half days. But more importantly it was a trip that my husband and I were taking with … Continue reading
Tagged British Museum, buckingham palace, bus tour, churchill, harrods, London, london eye, national gallery, Selfridges, sightseeing, tate modern, train, world war 2hampton court