The Blue Lion

East Witton, North Yorkshire, England, DL8 4SN, United Kingdom | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from East Witton

Half Way!

A travel blog entry by ashbysontour

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... bottoms in varying degrees of bony to bouncy bobbing up and down the hills! But it will be nice to have a wee without nettle rash x thank you all xxx Elaine: After yet another friendly B&B we set off a little later than the early birds at 9.50am with a good cooked breakfast inside us. Today was to be a leisurely day with as many stops to take photos as we liked. I pressed ahead to find a nice spot for our morning stop and settled down to listen to my audio ...

Durham County Under 14s

A travel blog entry by snealy

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15

... Jacob and Josh went out to open. Josh was caught for 16 or so and in went Paddy and that was it, he smashed them all over the place and with Jacob also making good runs we only needed the 3 batters to take them down. Lucky because the rain was a nuisance. Whilst I sound like I a dedicated cricket mum, I may have spent our batting innings in the local "beautique" with a few of the other Mums having a facial, superb!! Very relaxing, I suspect we will visit there ...

Walking around Richmond

A travel blog entry by mdesoto

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26

... the hill and out of the park into the village of Petersham. This is a very beautiful village full of old and majestic mansions. We walked past Montrose House, Petersham House and a multitude of other mansions that have stood here since the late 1600's. On our way to Ham House we passed the London Polo Club and saw two riders coming off the polo field. The sign did say that visitors were welcome to watch the polo matches every Saturday afternoon in the summer. ...

British Museum and Buckingham Palace

A travel blog entry by mdesoto

26

... lunch and drink and we decided to move on to another famous landmark, Buckingham Palace.

Emerging from the tube, we walked through Green Park to Buckingham Palace. Workmen were setting up barriers in preparation for the Tour de France which will be here on Monday. Hopefully, we'll be in the crowd to see the end of the English leg of the tour. Buckingham Palace is much as it appears ...

Walking the Thames and Kew Gardens

A travel blog entry by mdesoto

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... Deer Park, Henry VIII's once-private hunting park. We saw acres and acres of green open grassy areas where people ran their dogs and joggers sprinted.

We followed the river path about 3 miles and came to Kew Gardens and Kew Palace, the country home of George III and his 15 children. Kew Palace is a modest brick house compared to other palaces and is open for ...

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