Day 14 – How much can you pack into one day in London?

May 27, as I was commenting to a UK resident that there is just so much to do in London, he shared this great quote with me; ‘When you are tired of London then you are tired of life’ (Samuel Johnson).  So no matter if you have… more>

Day 13 – Chicago The Musical in London: Lights, Sparkles & Jazz

May 26, we boarded our last train ride of the trip from St. Ives to London, with a journey of approximately 5hr 30min.  The views were once again spectacular as we made our way back up along the coast, Plymouth being another beautiful town to stop over if… more>

Day 10 – Cardiff, Welsh Heritage and Foodie Haven

May 23, after enjoying an early morning swim in Park Plaza’s stainless steel pool and spa facilities, we felt energized and ready to spend our first full day in one place, Cardiff.  Departing from Cardiff Central’s train station are a number of buses, including service to nearby St… more>

Day 9 – Conwy Castle & Cardiff Bound

May 22, we started the day with sunny skies in Llandudno and hopped on a short bus ride to the town of Conwy, which is beautifully set on the harbour, with castle views overlooking the water and a back drop of the hills of Snowdonia National Park. … more>

Day 7 – Tour York and Savour Liverpool, oh my!

May 20, meet Ellie, The European Eagle Owl, housed along with other birds of prey on Swinton Park Castle’s grounds.  After learning about all the resident birds, Ellie was released and invited to fly, and then land on each of our hands, with the… more>

Day 2 – Olympic Tour and London Districts

Day 2 – Up early and on our way to drop off our luggage at London Euston’s ‘Left Luggage’ counter, where travelers can check in their bags for the day or longer.  Then we hopped back on the tube to meet up with our Blue Badge tour… more>

BritRail’s Very Own UK Adventure

Follow our journey through England, Scotland & Wales

By: Angela Guezen

Yours truly was given two weeks, two BritRail Passes and free reign to create an awesome itinerary. Along with my travel buddy, who is also a great photographer, we plan on exploring the likes of London, Glasgow,… more>

May 6th
Posted by Angela in Angela and Jen's UK Adventures

A Royal Gift From BritRail

Explore Even More of Britain with an Extra Travel Day

On Sale April 1st – April 29th, 2011

 

As Britain is a-buzz with excitement leading up to William and Kate’s Royal Wedding to be held on April 29th, BritRail is pleased to join in the celebrations by… more>

Mar 31st
Posted by Angela in Europe,United Kingdom

What’s New in England

From enchanted palaces to Shakespeare theatres

England has so many places to visit, from historic properties, to modern cities and coastal getaways; it’s tricky to make an itinerary that covers it all.  On that note, here are a few new attractions to add to the list,… more>

Mar 31st
Posted by Angela in Europe,United Kingdom

FAQ – I would like to travel the popular route from London to Glasgow. Can you please outline the train stations, expected travel times, train frequency and any other details of what I may experience on this route?

You will depart from London Euston and arrive at Glasgow Central train station.  Depending on the train, the trip duration ranges from approximately 4hr 8min to 4hr 30min on direct routes.  On average a train departs every hour but during peak times the frequency is as often as… more>

Mar 3rd
Posted by Angela in FAQ,United Kingdom
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