I'm planning on travelling to the UK on study abroad next year, and am wondering if I need insurance for more than just the flight as I have dual Australia/GB citizenship and as such am pretty sure I'm covered by the NHS? I can't find this info anywhere.
Hi! I haven't been in these forums since... 2009.... so I guess this is my first post since my 7 year hiatus.
I will be spending about 8 days in England in September - in between a week in Scotland and a week in Ireland. I originally thought we could travel around England without a car. However, most of the places I want to see are small towns and villages such as Bocking, Chiddingstone, Combe St. Nicholas, Thornbury, maybe Wincanton with the historic sites of Bath in between. In reviewing train and bus schedules and routes. I am thinking we might be better off to rent a small car…
i'm going to london for the first time; i'm spending 3 full days in the city by myself and i was wondering if this is enough time to visit the main landmarks and museums AND walking around unscheduled.
i'm trying to plan my days, but i'm not sure how long i'll take in each place and walking around.. thanks!
I will want to go to London to make an internship during 4months but I have seen that is too difficult to find one by myself so I know that companies can do that like rgroomfinder and they speak french. But I don't know really if its very difficult to find one and if I will come during few days I will can do that without them.
If you have or know more about it can you answer me.
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I'm planning a trip to England and am probably going to be asking quite a few questions. To start with... does anyone have accommodation suggestions for quaint hotel/inns in Devon for round about 55 pounds a night (no meals included). I'm open to suggestions about which part of Devon too. Looking to enjoy quaint country lanes and pubs etc.
My son and his girlfriend are going to join me in London in July, just for a week. They can't get more time off work, and while I know they'll have plenty of fun in London, I'm considering taking them somewhere into the countryside just for a day trip. I'd like to pack in something of everything:
Cathedral or pretty church
Some impressive physical site (like Stonehenge or the White Cliffs)
Maybe a NT house
I'll rent a car for a day to go from…
I'm going to have 3-4 days in July before family joins me in London. I'm looking for a place within 50-60 miles of Heathrow where I could park myself and relax. I'd love a pretty village or town with lodging and a good eating place or two. Or a city with a cathedral and some good city walks. Oxford, Cambridge, and Bath are out (I'll be there after London). Suggestions?