England 2013

Day 10 – Tintagel and Cornwall

Today we had a later start (10:00 am) but a longer bus ride. The weather committee did an incredible job and for the first time we saw sunshine today, which surprised even our guide. We drove for a couple of hours through hedgerows and hedgerows, on the tiniest of roads, sometimes one lane instead of […]

Day 12 – Bath and Lacock Village

This morning dawned clear and beautiful as we all met in the decorated tea room in the basement of our hotel for a full English breakfast. The hotel, built by the famed architect John Wood, occupies seven of the original 18th century townhouses on the south side of the much sought after neighborhood of Queen […]

Day 16 – Oxford (Final Day)

(This paragraph comes from Wikipedia) Oxford University: “The University of Oxford is located in the English city of Oxford, and is the oldest university in the English-speaking world.  It is regarded as one of the world’s leading academic institutions. Although the exact date of foundation remains unclear, there is evidence of teaching there as far back […]

Day 3 – Chartwell House and Rye

Leaving London at 8:45 this morning we had a lovely drive (after getting out of the traffic in London) through gorgeous countryside south through the county of Kent. On both sides of the road were golden fields of wheat and barley. Sheep were also scattered throughout the fields all along the way. We saw quaint […]

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