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Travel Blogs from Oswestry

Heading home

A travel blog entry by sairjg


... the first thing I noticed as I walked from the plane down the tunnel to the airport building. My feet were freezing in my flip flops (still dusty from lovely Mombasa)I had about an hour and a half wait at Istanbul before catching my connecting flight. The second flight was better, the plane was less than half full so plenty of room to move around and stretch legs and arms! I was slightly worried to begin with as the man in the seat in front of ...

Off To China

A travel blog entry by johnlucas


... and China. You have to apply for each one in turn as your passport cannot be at two Embassies at once, but we are hopeful that all the paperwork will be completed in the next two weeks. As you can see from the map below we are travelling the whole way to China by train, we could have flown to Moscow for £50 on Easyjet in a couple of hours but somehow that is cheating so we will go ...

Another day in North Wales

A travel blog entry by penguinchris


... You don't have to be a bird-watcher to visit this lovely little 13th century place of worship that, as its name suggests stands on the site of a much older Roman settlement. The building and the location are worth a look in their own right. -attractions/Churches_and_Chapels/Wales 10084.htm

The road down to the church is quite narrow and the weather certainly ...

The Quest for The Woodhouse

A travel blog entry by dr.cummins


... over time. Soon after that conversation was over, the neighbor called back with the number of the NEXT door neighbor to The Woodhouse. The wonderful ladies at the Tourist Information called the next door neighbor (who they didn't know) and got the full scoop for us. The house was closed to the public and even the next door neighbor had never seen it. They could tell us how to get to the gate, that it had a security system, and that they did not want anyone on their ...

Starting the year's bird list

A travel blog entry by penguinchris


... and it was built for Sophie Charlotte, wife of Frederick III the Elector of Brandenberg. It was built in the baroque style and burned to the ground during World War II so what we see today is a reconstruction.

The interior contains an art gallery but the gardens seem to be open to all without charge (we didn't see any charges, anyway). The main gardens are behind the palace as approached from the Sophie-Charlotte Platz station and are ...


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