Travel Blogs from High Wycombe
... what I have always wanted to do. TRAVEL.
Sitting next to me on the plane was a lovely japanese girl who was the same age as me. She was on her next step in life too (which we both thought was weird) as she was heading back to Japan after living in UK for 6 years.. She had no real plan but to use her qualifications to find a job. It was very interesting to learn about her culture too....
Wine, airport food and films were on my agenda. ...
... the amphitheatre. They found some of the drainage system and recovered a number of items lost in the drains such as coins, buckles and a tiny dainty gold necklace clasp with three or four small pearls on a chain still attached. The drains are now preserved and under glass so you can look down on them. That was an interesting end to the tour.
We went to the Cheshire Cheese pub for a drink after that, Jen had been before and ...
... but fligjts were reaky exspencive. After charming the ladie at the train station she got me a ripper deal of a train bus and fery ticket from london to Ireland for 38 pounds. Sheppo got a bank card and decided to come. Done deal. Thursday nighg the remaing group all met up for dinner for the last time. We said our final good bys to each other and headed our seperate ways. It was sad but you just look at the positeve, the good times you had, and the adventure you have ahead f ...
... some nice countryside along the way. We got off the train and this place looks pretty rough. There's a few ****** people walking around singing songs. Just our kind of environment! Liverpool is a really interesting place, a lot of really old nice building, and our hostel is in a really wicked old Building.!! We just went out for dinner and then I went to bed at 9pm cos I was still feeling sick. Tommorow is a new day ...
... Asian buffet that hardly had anything Asian on it. So far London was not winning us over.
When we finally got to the London Eye, it was breathtaking. You get into a pod that is pretty much all windows and is attached to a giant Ferris wheel. You slowly get to the top of the Ferris wheel and it allows you a 360 degree view of London. We were able to see the MI6 building from James Bond and the Tower of London. It was spectacular. In total, we were on the London Eye for ...
Other places to stay in High Wycombe
Handy Cross, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $89
Ibstone, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $113
Four Ashes Road, Cryers Hill, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $47
Thanstead Farm - London Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $97
210 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe | 3 star hotelfrom $101
17 Priory Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $82
145-147 West Wycombe Road, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $74
9/11 Priory Avenue, High Wycombe | Hotelfrom $92