Travel Blogs from Painswick
Never Been to Egypt but i always plan ahead ,flights already booked from Sharm to Luxor and Luxor to Cairo and Cairo back to Sharm for chillax on the beach before i head back to the Uk for additional flights .to North and Central America :D.
Friday October 18, 2002 Very early it was rainy. It cleared up to sun with partial clouds. This morning began very overcast and drizzly, but it appears the sun is struggling to breakout as it is getting brighter. Occasionally the landscape is reminiscent of the rolling hills of Virginia and Kentucky. I am writing this at 10am at the front window of …
2002 trip to the United Kingdom Thursday October 17, 2002 The Cotswolds and Stratford-on-Avon (6 ½ days) We drove to the Cotswolds from Bath today. The area is named for a Mr. Codwald in the 12th century that owned high forest land. We first packed (yuk! We had really settled in an enjoyed out little B&B and hosts!) and walked over the canal to …
... and is a city with 7 major hills, so we went on the "Skyline" tour and then the "City" tour. This town, aside from being famous for its water (similar to Daylesford), is famous for its stone - bath stone - and In early days was mined underneath current buildings, so much so that some of the areas we travelled are having trouble with subsidence. In one specific ...
... is a problem in a number of cathedrals, however the cathedral is Bath is a particular problem because it is so heavily used.
The southwest of England is a beautiful part of the country. The most amazing part to me is that the countryside is green here, as compared to Australia where most things are permanently dead looking. Some of countryside towns are also pretty, and I hope they succeed in maintaining their heritage into the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed