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travel blog from Chester, England
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I changed trains at Manchester Piccadilly England station, to the train for Chester Cheshire England.  A boring journey taking an hour and a half, stopping at 16 stations on the way.  Arriving in Chester cheered me up.-- I stayed in …
travel blog from Cordoba, Argentina
updated 2 minutes ago
Après une bonne nuit de sommeil et un bon déjeuner à l’hôtel (beaucoup de choix au buffet), nous prenons un Uber pour nous rendre à l’aéroport de Montevideo, un aéroport assez neuf, mais pas très grand. Notre premier vol, d’environ …
travel review from Potters Brook, United Kingdom
updated 19 minutes ago
The canal runs from Preston to Kendal. Only 42 of the 56 miles is navigable from Preston to Tewitfield. North of Tewitfield is known as the Northern Reaches and is severed in several places by the M6 motorway and main …
travel review from Garstang, England
updated 21 minutes ago
The canal runs from Preston to Kendal. Only 42 of the 56 miles is navigable from Preston to Tewitfield. North of Tewitfield is known as the Northern Reaches and is severed in several places by the M6 motorway and main …
travel review from Cabus, United Kingdom
updated 35 minutes ago
The canal runs from Preston to Kendal. Only 42 of the 56 miles is navigable from Preston to Tewitfield. North of Tewitfield is known as the Northern Reaches and is severed in several places by the M6 motorway and main …
travel review from Forton, United Kingdom
updated 45 minutes ago
The canal runs from Preston to Kendal. Only 42 of the 56 miles is navigable from Preston to Tewitfield. North of Tewitfield is known as the Northern Reaches and is severed in several places by the M6 motorway and main …
updated 48 minutes ago
A week after my adventures on the Glasson Branch of the Lancaster Canal I was back! This time it was a walk from Potters Brook, where I finished previously, to Garstang.  It was approximately a six to seven mile walk …
travel review from Killarney, Ireland
updated 1 hour ago
Molls Gap. Molls Gap is the top of the pass, just where the road rejoins the N71 down to Killarney. Great views back across the Reeks we had just climbed with the car. The sun tried (very weakly) to peep …
travel review from Charlestown, Massachusetts
updated 1 hour ago
Located in the Charlestown Navy Yard, the USS Cassin Young is a warship (or destroyer) of the US Navy that was built and launched in 1943. Named after the Captain for his heroism at Pearl Harbor in 1941, and later …
travel blog from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
updated 1 hour ago
This was my second flower show that I have attended, hence why the title just has the number at the end of it, representing the number of flower shows in Philly that I have attended in my lifetime.I would end …
travel review from Chester, England
updated 2 hours ago
Chester cathedral is in city centre of Chester England,near the Town Hall. A thousand years of history. Admission is free , donations welcome. The building is red sandstone. To me the floorplan is unusual. Some of the interior walls are …
travel blog from Baku, Azerbaijan
updated 4 hours ago
The train station in Sheki had only a hour before the night train to Baku was leaving a little stall selling some softdrinks and some chips. The person selling the tickets in the basar did open the ticket counter about …
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travel review from York, England
updated 5 hours ago
York City Walls are 3.4 kilometres long,are well preserved and the longest Medieval wall in England. It is believed 2.5 million people walk along all or part of it, each year. A complete circuit takes about 2 hours,depending on how …
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