Travelling daughter

My eldest daughter is heading to Europe at the start of May. Her first stop is London, then she wants to go to Scotland and into Paris. She doesn’t have any set plans as yet.

I was wondering if any of my blog family would be able to give her ideas of where find interesting places or if possible have room for her please.

34 thoughts on “Travelling daughter

  1. ondon has hop on hop off bus tours that could take her around thesights and then she could decide what she wants to go and explore more.I give my highest recommendation to the Victoria and Albert Musuem. Free entry and there is a route you can walk that takes you through the design and textile history of the city. It is fabulous.

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  2. If she’s going to Scotland, I hope she’ll consider Yorkshire too. We have everything from industrial landscapes to the wildness of the moors and Dales. And she really should consider travelling to Scotland via the train – from London, or in this case, from York. It’s considered to be one of THE scenic British train journeys : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sow9Lc6bz4Q. And if she needs a base near Ripon, and her own personal guide to Fountains Abbey, which you may have noticed features often in my blog, here’s an offer.

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  3. I’m with Margaret, I’d also recommend Yorkshire.
    Definitely York for a visit, Ripley Castle (near Margaret’s place) Knaresborough, Whitby, further north to Beamish and see a little bit of history. I’m very much into the history.
    Our house is full since Joshua moved back, otherwise we would have welcomed her here 🙂 .

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    1. Yup, good suggestions from you, Sue. Lots of country houses, industrial and Roman history, lots of lovely Great Outdoors. I reckon she should just stick with Yorkshire, don’t you?

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  4. If she is coming to Scotland I hope she will include Edinburgh and spend a few days there. It is a wonderful city with a castle, museums, gardens and lots of places to eat and drink at its centre, the glorious Holyrood Park where she can climb Arthur’s Seat (an extinct vulcano) for marvellous views across the city and the hills beyond. Across the water there are lovely fishing villages along the Fife coast to explore and further north there is beautiful Perthshire and the Highlands and Islands. Many of the ferry services are currently reduced because of maintenance issues, such as the Corran and Ullapool ferries, so best to check the latest updates if she wants to head west or visit the islands. We are having renovation work done in May and won’t be able to host or guide, but she is more than welcome to contact us via our website contact form if she needs any further information and wish her happy happy travels 😊

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    1. Yes she will be in the train I hope. Perhaps she may base in Edinburgh for a few days. I want to send her to North Berwick and see some Puffins. They weren’t around when I was there 😥 Thank you Xenia, I’ll let her know your website address 🤗

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  5. I wish your daughter well, happy travels. Definitely t galleries in London..Tate Modern, National Gallery. Markets perhaps Sadly I can’t offer accommodation

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  6. London walking tours with a guide are marvelous. Her are some of my favorite places London – Sherry Felix – port4u category
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