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I traveling with my cousin this Summer [both female, 20/21] and am looking at putting together a basic itinerary. I’m going to on Exchange to England from September so am traveling for a while before then. We are flying into London and spending 3 wks in the UK, then spending a week in Spain with some friends. From there, we have about a month to do Europe, pretty much August. We are looking at doing;
Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, France as our main countries.
I’m sure this has been answered before (i did do a search etc, but found nothing), sorry if it has, just point me in the right direction.
I’ve just applied for the UK Youth Mobility scheme (2 year work visa), and am thinking about my next step… I leave for the UK in June, and am planning to spend my savings traveling around northern Europe, before going to the UK to work for a few months, then traveling some more; which brings me to my main point – How useful are these work abroad schemes?
I leave for two weeks to London, Cardiff, Dublin, Belfast, and Edinburgh in 2.5 months and have done a lot of research, but I was wondering if anyone who has been to any of these cities what the “must-do” things are in each of them, as well as any tips for my itinerary.
My friend and I are having a bit of difficulty finding a cheap way to get from Stanstead Airport to Oxford. We were looking at the Stansted Airport website, and the cheapest was about £35. Anyone know a cheaper way to get there? Would it be cheaper/easier going from Stansted to London, then London to Oxford (St. Clemens).? Thanks!
I am trying to finalize my itinery for my wife’s and I first trip to europe.
i have been planning on flying from glasgow to london on our trip. however lately i have been contemplating driving through the lake districk to manchester or birmingham and finishing the remainder on train. So my question is: what happens when i drive over the border from scotland to england? is like crossing a state border in the us or a bit more drastic?
The Aggrolites European tour
Dirty Reggae masters The Aggrolites are back in Europe again! The tour started yesterday in the UK and will go on until the end of the month, crossing the whole continent. They will be sharing stages with Rancid and The Skatalites, just to name a few. Check out the dates for the nearest venue!
AGGROLITES EUROPEAN NOVEMBER DATES
DATE CITY VENUE COUNTRY
04-Nov Leeds Cockpit UK
05-Nov Nottingham Rescue Rooms UK
06-Nov Manchester Academy UK
07-Nov Oxford Academy UK
Don and Others,
Looking for cheap and reasonable flight and hotel package information to Casablanca from london. Who are the best sites?
What would be a reasonable price? Just on flights?
leaving on Sept 18th after 2 pm preferably Heathrow
return on Sept 20th after 4 pm to Heathrow
Any help is always appreciated.
The film “My Pub Runneth Over” presents a comprehensive journey to Britain and Ireland, including England (London, Stonehenge, walled cities & a castle), Wales, Ireland (kiss the Blarney Stone, Dublin, Cliffs of Moher), and Scotland (Edinburgh, the highlands, bagpipes & Loch Ness), plus interviews, and, of course, pubs.
The video can be seen on the web, if you have a high speed internet connection.
This is a free, non-commercial, streaming video on the Windows Media Player. No ads and no strings attached. I sell absolutely nothing.