Travel Blogs from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

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The beginning, Stone, United Kingdom travel blog

The beginning

A travel blog entry by chilliwine

Check-in at Manchester Airport for the start of the trip. My luggage was perfectly packed at 22.9kg (23kg limit). Almost tempted to have a glass of wine for breakfast at 7am in Manchester, but resisted. Sometime later touched down in Los Angeles and ...

second part of the day!, Folkstone, United Kingdom travel blog

second part of the day!

A travel blog entry by xjoshx

so yesterday was an awesome day. they played in flokstone and i walked a bit around the city and was pretty nice. tyhe show was really fast. the first 2 bands playesd like 15 minutes and they were pretty cool. during the show i spent most of my time ...

Introduction, Tamworth, United Kingdom travel blog

Introduction

A travel blog entry by mrsv14

It had always been Paul's intention to do something fancy for Pat for their ruby wedding anniversary. Around January 2011, he spoke to Dean and I and said he was thinking of a cruise and that he'd like us to go with them as a surprise for Pat. He said ...

Plan, Plan, Plan, Kingswinford, United Kingdom travel blog

Plan, Plan, Plan

A travel blog entry by roamsweetroam

I hope the traveling part isn't as difficult as all this planning! I've made a list of things I need to do, and as I cross things off - I'm sure the list gets longer. Although I am breathing a sigh of relief as the most important things appear to be ...

Bag Packing at Sainsbury's, Stafford, United Kingdom travel blog

Bag Packing at Sainsbury's

A travel blog entry by hannahpennock

We went bag packing at Sainsbury's the day after our Christmas party. Once again we had lots of helpers and managed to raise an amazing £520. I really can’t believe how generous people are, thank you so much for all your support! To thank ...

My Birthday, Stafford, United Kingdom travel blog

My Birthday

A travel blog entry by hannahpennock

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Some friends and family gave me some money towards my trip for my birthday, I was so shocked, received around £350 towards my travels! My mum and dad also gave me a new camera, which is amazing so I should get lots of good snaps while I'm away! As well ...

Celebrating Life, Leek, United Kingdom travel blog

Celebrating Life

A travel blog entry by auntie_bev

There is not much to say about the next few days I spent in England. I had never been to England with my Mom, so it was interesting for her to take me around the town that she grew up in. We had good friends and family come visit with us at Christmas, so ...

Coventry Canal, Tamworth, United Kingdom travel blog

Coventry Canal

A travel blog entry by ogley

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Judy had to light fire this morning as it was too cold for showering!  (It's June).  Now using books loaned from Howard (very informative).  Left Fradley 9.30am (You will note we are getting later).  Canal very narrow in places, but ...

The Peak District and Lake District, Hulme End, United Kingdom travel blog

The Peak District and Lake District

A travel blog entry by wuddleywez

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We picked up our rental car from Heathrow mid morning. It was a tiny, ugly blue thing that was quickly nicknamed "Smurfy". Without much drama we were at Stratford-Upon-Avon just prior to lunchtime. We had a wander around – the canals and locks were ...

Leek, Leek, United Kingdom travel blog

Leek

A travel blog entry by englishanddrunk

Leek ...

Places that aren't on Travelpod's maps!, Penkridge, United Kingdom travel blog

Places that aren't on Travelpod's maps!

A travel blog entry by the-uglyheads

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Acton Trussell to Penkridge is very attractive countryside and so the slo-mo kicked in. Penkridge is just, well , nice! Although aim was to shop, we found a very homely café which plays 1950's and early 1960’s music. Earl Grey, apple pie and ice ...

Soon be going back to Africa, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom travel blog

Soon be going back to Africa

A travel blog entry by neilandchris

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Just wish to say sorry to all those family/friends that we didn't have time to visit.  It was hectic for a while sorting out our application to Australia.  Don't know when it will be lodged as Helen has not received her permanent visa as yet, ...

Planning is the key to success.., Kingswinford, United Kingdom travel blog

Planning is the key to success..

A travel blog entry by sue.ball.90

A little update on how things are progressing. I am, as I have been told, a natural organizer. I know where things are kept, how to arrange all manor of essentials and am very practical. So I have started the process of arranging some ...

Sep 10, 2010, Tamworth, United Kingdom travel blog

Sep 10, 2010

A travel blog entry by kukiong

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Adventure., Staffordshire, United Kingdom travel blog

Adventure.

A travel blog entry by moagg

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 Hey guys! so this week i managed to fit into my regular Friday slot :) I did say last week that I would touch on a couple of adventures I had down south back in the day and so here goes!  a.  Voted UK's best family fun resort, and firmly ...

Hey Hey From The UK - Week 4, Keele, United Kingdom travel blog

Hey Hey From The UK - Week 4

A travel blog entry by jessbrice

... kind of like a cross between London (old buildings) and Sydney (tall buildings). We visited Old Trafford Stadium, home of the Manchester United football (yes, I'm really English now!) team. First dumb thing I said for the day was 'why is it so red?'. ...

Day Thirty Six, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom travel blog

Day Thirty Six

A travel blog entry by loganriddick

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Went to the Biddulph Moor Gardens with Sybil today. The gardens are a quite extensive and unique collection of private smaller gardens connected by mazes, hidden pathways, and gazebos of sorts. Definitely wanna come back here some day. ...

Staffordshire, Stafford, Stafford, United Kingdom travel blog

Staffordshire, Stafford

A travel blog entry by bignige

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Nothing memorable about this place, but that's probably because it’s now May and I’m writing this 5 months after the visit. It is New Years day. The morning after the night before, and what a night. We were all dressed up in DJ’s and ...

Walkdate 19.04.2012 - Day 1!, Uttoxeter, United Kingdom travel blog

Walkdate 19.04.2012 - Day 1!

A travel blog entry by helentodd

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Today started badly as I woke in my tent to the feel of rain drops dripping off the inner tent and the airbed was flat. It was still raining and I ached from sleeping on the ground. :(  Oh well, it must get better from here... Stewart made me a ...

Nemisis, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom travel blog

Nemisis

A travel blog entry by garibaldi

Went to Alton Towers.  Rode all the roller coasters.  I think this was like disney land lots of little villages.  Great rides lots of fun until the Nemisis.  Poor Trent!!! The Nemisis got him and he was sick although laughing while he ...

"A Pretty Little Wilderness"

A travel blog entry by kristinaclark

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Today was one of my favorite days so far! When I arrived for Romantic Literature at Balliol College, everything was different! There were paper lanterns hanging from the trees, twinkle lights in the archways, and gorgeous floral arrangements everywhere. ...

Maer Hall, Staffordshire, United Kingdom travel blog

Maer Hall

A travel blog entry by dr.cummins

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After we left the potteries, we headed for the home of Josiah Wedgwood (Jr.), son of the potter and Erasmus Darwin's best friend. This second Wedgwood was Charles' Uncle since his mother was a Wedgwood. This is their family home, which is no longer in ...

Gone for a Burton, Burton upon Trent, United Kingdom travel blog

Gone for a Burton

A travel blog entry by penguinchris

... birds in the week (inevitable when mid-week is invariably taken up with work) but possible Reed Warblers at Branston Gravel Pits in Staffordshire were well within range so after a couple of hours of hard work in the garden that's where we went. On ...

Trip 2011, Alton Towers, United Kingdom travel blog

Trip 2011

A travel blog entry by marc.odwyer

Alton Towers was awsome ...

Hey Hey From The UK - Week 1, Keele, United Kingdom travel blog

Hey Hey From The UK - Week 1

A travel blog entry by jessbrice

Hi all, Well I've arrived more or less in one piece at Keele, as my incredibly good luck would have it I am living in Hawthorns Hall, which is known as the one which is 'really really really far away' (because it is). It's actually quite a nice walk, ...

The Taft to Alrewas and back to the Taft, Alrewas, United Kingdom travel blog

The Taft to Alrewas and back to the Taft

A travel blog entry by jamesandhazel

... then as we passed the Taft, we loaded up the PA gear. We stopped by Wolsely Bridge and visited the garden centre and the Staffordshire Wildlife Trust site. We saw a large terrapin in the pond. We visited an antique shop, where we saw milk churns for sale ...

Porcelain, the Old-Fashioned Way, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom travel blog

Porcelain, the Old-Fashioned Way

A travel blog entry by shadowmadow

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Today, I drove up to Stoke-on-Trent and went to the Wedgwood Factory. Photos were not allowed inside, so I just have a couple of the outside. I know, you are all relieved. According the Wedgwood history, Josiah Wedgwood took the pottery industry in ...

Very EXcited !!, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom travel blog

Very EXcited !!

A travel blog entry by hartlg0

Tomorrow we are off to Kathmandu, Nepal to teach english in a monastery.  We will be teaching small monks (monklets!) for two hours a day in their monastery.  We are so excited but nervous aswell, we will try and upload photots and videos over ...

Flopped it!, Stafford, United Kingdom travel blog

Flopped it!

A travel blog entry by hannahpennock

Due to the success and popularity of our cake sales our school asked us to fill a stall at the local summer fair, which we thought would make us a brilliant profit. However things don't always go to plan and it typical english style the weather turned ...

Canal Boating!, Wheaton Aston, United Kingdom travel blog

Canal Boating!

A travel blog entry by tandc2007

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Today is one of the famous Ludlow Farmers Markets , only held twice a month. Unfortunately we have to miss it – we have an invite to spend the day on a canal boat currently cruising the Shropshire Union Canal in a section around an hour north of ...

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