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    • places to eat

      Rotherham Dec 17, 2014 at 2:48 PM

      Best places to eat near rotherham theatre there's 11 of us Inc a 4 year old. For Sunday evening.

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    • Aberfoyle of Callander

      Aberfoyle Dec 19, 2014 at 4:43 AM

      Hello, Thanks everyone for previous assistance. Still having trouble deciding where would be the best place for easy walking - not hiking, as we have to rely on public transport. Have 6 days to experience the countryside in June 2015 and looked at Aberfoyle, Callander or Balloch (transport maybe more accessible) Also thought maybe spend 4 days walking and then travel to Isle of Mull and experience a little of island life for 2 days instead of 6 days in one place. Of course 1 day would be taken up travelling. Don't know the area as we are from Australia. Appreciate any suggestions or advice. Thank you

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    • Luggage storage

      Southampton Dec 11, 2014 at 1:17 AM

      Is there a facility or company in Southampton that stores luggage while I'm off touring UK?

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      Peppa Pig World

      Hampshire Nov 30, 2014 at 9:35 AM

      Hi! I'm preparing a 4 days break to Peppa Pig World with my children (next may). I would like to know if there is any advantage buying tickets in advance via web. Also If tickets allow the entrance to Paulton's Park and if is it good for 3 years old children, and any other advice you can give me. We'll be using a rental car. Is there any other good attraction near there?
      Thanks a lot.

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    • Transfer between Heathrow Central and Terminal 4

      Heathrow Dec 22, 2014 at 10:59 AM

      Hello, i will be catching the N9 bus from Central London to Heathrow central Bus Station aiming to arrive around 5:45am. I will then need to get to Terminal 4. Is the free Heathtrow Express shuttle only Free to those who connect from other Heathrow Express services or anyone who wishes to use it. Thank You

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    • Regarding connection times at London Heathrow

      London Dec 17, 2014 at 1:42 PM

      My thanks to all of you that replied to my questions about the connection time for flights at Terminal 5. Certainly put our minds at rest and we shall now relax and if necessary implement some very good suggestions should things go 'pear shaped'!!! We are tackling route 66 over four weeks so any more problems and i shall come calling !!! Once again thank you all.

      Regards
      Alan

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    • URGENT - Grainstore Apartments next to Excel London

      London Dec 9, 2014 at 6:32 PM

      Does anyone in London know if the Grainstore Apts. on Canary Wharf are still operating?

      Their emails bounce, phone # doesn't work and the website is expired.

      We have PAID reservations for tomorrow and can't get a hold of them.

      Please HELP.

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    • Souvenir UK car registration plate from London

      London Dec 5, 2014 at 3:42 PM

      I plan to get a license plate with my personal lettering as a souvenir from ‪‎London‬. Where to get it from?

      The plate need not be original but a replica close to original would do. I like to collect the plates with my custom lettering from countries I visit. Is it possible to get one from London? Where?
      Thanks for the help.

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    • Places of interest

      East Ham Dec 16, 2014 at 3:26 PM

      What are the places of tourist interest in east ham??

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    • connection times at London Heathrow

      London Dec 16, 2014 at 9:03 AM

      We are flying from Madrid departure 0820hrs and arriving Heathrow 0950hrs thro American but operated by Iberia. We are leaving Heathrow at 1120hrs and arriving O'Hare 1345hrs thro American but operated by BA. We have 1hr and 30mins between flights - is this enough time? Both flights arrive and depart from T5. If time is tight can we ask a member of staff for assistance in order to connect with flights ? Does anyone know the procedure for a missed flight connection? We booked the flights thro American Airlines. I assume we just both clear security and not immigration.We are both UK citizens.

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      connection times at London Heathrow

      London Dec 16, 2014 at 8:24 AM

      AFJ posted in misc and said he / she was not able to post in travel. So I have C & P........

      connection times at London Heathrow

      by AFJ 1 hours ago

      Dep Madrid 0820hrs arr Heathrow 0950hrs on American 8816 operated by Iberia. Leave Heathrow 1120hrs arr O'Hare 1345hrs on American 6195 operated by BA. Connections at Terminal 5 with 1hr 30 mins spare - will this be enough time. If time is tight what are my options - not going till May so times may change again. When we made this booking we had a two hour window but not now. Can i get a member of staff to hurry us thro if necessary? Do i have to just go thro security and not immigration. We are UK citizens.

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    • Queensway area

      London Yesterday

      We will be staying near Queensway tube station. What is this area like in the evening. Are there many nice bars and restaurants about? How does it compare with Paddington in terms of quantity and quality of local bars and restaurants, safety walking about in the late evening, transport links to Victoria station. Many thanks in advance to anyone taking the time to respond?

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      Rail and rental car question

      London Dec 19, 2014 at 2:40 PM

      I want to travel from London to Truro by train and rent a car from Enterprise on March 17th. I want to be picked up at the train station and dropped off at the airport. The Enterprise man's email does not give me a confirmation number - he seems to want me to buy a ticket on the train first. The National Rail Enquiries - Journey Planner will only give me train times up to 2015 March 12th. But www.thetrainline.com/‎

      is perfectly willing to sell me a ticket for the 17th. How can I get a car reservation confirmation without a train time (is there a website I can go to?), and should I go ahead and buy a ticket through 'thetrainline' people or wait a week and get one from National Rail?

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    • What's the fastest airside method for transferring from terminal 3 to 4?

      Heathrow Dec 1, 2014 at 7:44 AM

      I have a Virgin Atlantic - Delta code share flight arriving from Bombay to LHR terminal 3 and LHR - Detroit (USA) from terminal 4 since Delta is in terminal 4. I have a valid US visa so I "think" I can transit airside without a transit visa even if I am an Indian passport holder and not in the DATV list . See: gov.uk/government/uploads/sy...
      Question is what is the best way to connect between terminal 3 and 4 without picking the wrong train, subway, etc. ?

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    • places to eat

      Rotherham Dec 17, 2014 at 2:46 PM

      Could you tell me were there is to eat family friendly for 11 of us before the panto on Sunday night in Rotherham thanks.

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    • Budget accommodation and public transport.

      Bamburgh Dec 5, 2014 at 6:51 AM

      Is it possible to explore this area by using public transport, we are here mainly on a walking holiday but would like to use Bamburgh as a base and visit places like Lindisfarne, coastline walking to nearest villages with a return bus, maybe some walks in the Borders area? Also looking for either self catering accommodation or budget B & B for approx. 5 days in June 2015. Would appreciate any suggestions. Also does anyone know what season the puffins may be visible in this area. Thank you

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    • Do i need a transit visa?

      Heathrow Dec 9, 2014 at 8:33 AM

      I have a philippine passport and a valid irish visa. I booked a through-ticket flight via etihad which requires me to stay at heathrow for less than 3 hours while waiting for my connecting flight. I will be arriving by terminal 4 and departing by terminal 2 on my way to ireland. Will i be needing a transit visa?

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    • Public transportation to Loo from St. Ives?

      Saint Ives Dec 8, 2014 at 8:18 AM

      We're a party of three seniors heading for St. Ives and wondered if there was bus service to Loo? We're travelling in early April of this coming year and would love to spend a night in Loo but dare not rent a car as we're from the US and the roads are daunting to us. Can anyone assist in public transportation information to Loo from St. Ives?

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    • is anything open in february in scarborough,?

      Scarborough Dec 6, 2014 at 3:01 AM

      Wondering if the amusements etc are all open

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    • Visitor visa for transit?

      Heathrow Dec 3, 2014 at 12:02 PM

      Hi I have a visitor visa for uk. Is that okay to transit Heathrow with ?

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    • afternoon tea in belfast

      Belfast Dec 2, 2014 at 12:08 PM

      where is best for afternoon tea please

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    • London-Salisbury/Bath-Cardiff-Edinburgh-Dublin

      United Kingdom Dec 7, 2014 at 4:40 PM

      I have a convention excuse to visit London in April 2015, and since Husband and I have never been off North America we're looking into making a trip of it. I tried to build-my-own tour, but I couldn't get it under $10,000 USD for both of us for 14 days with airfare. H suggests looking into tours, but we can't find many that include Cardiff. It seems the biggest price-busters are car rental for the London-to-Salisbury/Bath-to-Cardiff-to-Edinburgh transportation ($420 USD total), London and Edinburgh hotels (£105 and £125 respectively, breakfast included), and estimated food budgets (£60 per person a day in London and Edinburgh, £50 in Salisbury/Bath and Cardiff, and €75 in Dublin). Am I grossly overestimating food costs in those locals for two meals (every hotel chosen has breakfast included)? Any suggestions for reasonable hotels in London and Edinburgh that are cheaper, or transportation options that will suit our needs and be more affordable than a car rental? Or suggestions of tour companies we should be looking at? Thanks!

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      Travel from Heathrow to Penzance

      England Dec 27, 2014 at 2:57 AM

      What would be the best way to get from Heathrow to Penzance? I have looked at getting the train into Padington, staying the night thn getting the train to Penzance the following day. It is quite expensive and adds the cost of accommodation in London. I then looked at staying overnight at Heathro and hiring a car to drive to Penzance. One car hire company has a drop-off point in Pnzance. This is half the cost of the train from Paddinngton option. How long would it take to drive from Heathrow to Penzance? The bus looks like an all-day affair and not that appealing. I am going walking the Coastal path from Penzance to Falmouh at end of May 2015. Any ideas/advice would be appreciated. Thank you. Jenni

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      Art deco hotels

      London Dec 11, 2014 at 6:56 PM

      Does any one know,what area i should look for in London for art deco hotels,with either afternoon tea or 2 nights acomadation as a gift to a newly wed couple,not fusssed on price as 5 of us will be chipping in

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    • Travelling to London August 2015. Cost of living ??

      London Dec 11, 2014 at 2:14 PM

      Hello everyone, how are you?

      I'm travelling to London for a 7 days holiday, next summer (August) with a friend. And as I lived there from 1996 to 2007, I know how expensive London can be for a tourist, compared to any other city in Europe (unless, of course, you from Norway or Japan). So this time I'll go as a tourist, as there are things I never did or visited when I lived there.

      Since it's been 7 years I left London (by the way I miss London so much), I don't actually know what is the cost of living in London for a budget tourist at this moment in time. I've already booked the flight, accommodation and London Pass, for London attractions + Travelcard which costed me a total of €700 (about £560) all inclusive.

      Having done that (flight, accommodation, pass and travel card), what remains is food, drink and entertainment. So I was thinking on a (low) budget of £60/£80 (€76/€100) per day (that's £420(€530) for 7 days). What do you think? Can we live on or spend our holiday with this budget for a week? We obviously won't be spending £60/£80 a day, everyday. Surely we'll go clubbing a couple of times, some evenings we'll go to a pub or a bar with music and stuff like that, and then we'll get some souvenirs for friends and family back home!

      Also we'd like to go to see Stonehenge (if we can squeeze some time in), on a day trip. What is the fastest way to get there and how much do you does it costs?

      Thank you in advance friends!

      Take care !!!

      francis_opalm@yahoo.it

       

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      Best method to go from Mancester to Treuddyn & then on to Holyhead for the ferry to Dublin

      Treuddyn Jan 27, 2014 at 12:47 PM

      I am looking for all comments and suggestions on traveling from Mancester to Treuddyn this summer. We would stay overnight in the Treuddyn area, then on to Holyhead for the ferry to Dublin. I normally prefer public transportation and the train though am not at all familuar with trains in Wales. Though, I understand there is bus service to Treuddyn. All comments are greatly appreciated. I was there once by car, a UK friend drove, and know it is a small village where my ancestors, Pulford, were born and I want to visit again. A car rental in not out of the question if it makes sense.
      Thanks, Chuck

      3 Answers Jan 28, 2014 at 4:10 AM
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      Is the little pub still there?

      Llangollen Dec 5, 2013 at 12:00 PM

      Many years ago (in the 1970's) there was a fine...VERY SMALL...stand-alone pub in Llangollen. Unfortunately, I don't recall the name. As I recall, it was painted white....maybe some half-timber. I do recall that darts was a feature at this pub. Does anyone know if it's still in existence. Could it have been turned into a pizzeria? Thanks for any help.

      18 Answers Dec 8, 2013 at 10:04 AM
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      Very-very long...

      Llangollen Oct 12, 2013 at 1:27 PM

      There is a title above the shop on the wall of the house. It's a very-very long word.
      I would like to know, what is its sense.

      3 Answers Nov 6, 2013 at 12:53 PM
    • Information about G. O.Humphryes of Chirk

      Chirk Oct 6, 2013 at 1:13 PM

      Hi, Mr. Henry Cook was Headmaster of Froncysyllte School from 1876 to 1911 and to celebrate his long service he was presented with an Illuminated Address. The Chirk connection is that the splendid inscription on the Address was by a Mr. G. O. Humphreys who lived in the the town. We would like to know more about him and would be grateful if you could help or suggest where we could find the information.

      1 Answer Oct 6, 2013 at 3:41 PM
    • Where to stay

      Hawarden Aug 19, 2013 at 8:26 AM

      I'm looking for a bed and breakfast pub for Sunday 25/08. Can you please suggest a decent place to stay?

      1 Answer Aug 19, 2013 at 10:20 AM
    • Shopping

      Llangollen Feb 21, 2011 at 10:32 AM

      I came to Llangollen between Christmas and New Year and was surprised how many lovely little unique shops that there were. I am thinking of coming again in the near future but was wondering is there a half day closing day or are all the shops open everyday.

      Many thanks in advance for any help :O)

      Susiewuzie

      1 Answer Feb 21, 2011 at 1:23 PM
    • International Eisteddfod

      Llangollen Nov 3, 2010 at 7:57 PM

      I have learned that the 2011 Eisteddfod program and bookings may become available in December 2010. We'd like to hear of recent visitor experiences to the Eisteddfod - ticketed and free events; self-catering accommodation options; getting to and from events ie using public transport or by car including parking. And the overall quality of the event. Also ideas for visits nearby in advance of the mid-July date that I understand will apply. My wife and I are sixty plus and accordingly game for anything. We spent six weeks in May 2009 on a self catering tour of the UK so are familiar enough with the UK and travel there, but the Eisteddfod will be a first time experience.

      3 Answers Mar 10, 2011 at 10:58 PM
    • Is there anywhere nice to go in Rhyl?

      Rhyl Jun 15, 2008 at 5:28 PM

      Is it just me or is there nowhere nice to enjoy an evening out in Rhyl? I recently visited Rhyl for the weekend with my partner and was looking forward to a nice evening out on the town. To my disappointment we didn't find one nice place to enjoy a drink without receiving scary threatening stares from the locals. One hour and six bars later we decided to head back to the holiday home we was staying at. Based on my first experience of Rhyl's nightlife I will never visit the place again. Can anyone suggest a place in this horrid town to make me change my opinion?

      4 Answers Jul 10, 2008 at 11:49 AM
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      Room to rent for a school year

      Wrexham Sep 9, 2005 at 1:57 AM

      I'm looking for a room to rent in Wrexham, for about 9 months (since first of october, end of september).
      A friend of me is going to study there in university, and today, 2 weeks before he starts university, they have told him that he doesn't have accomodation there. So, he's looking for one. He's a serious man (believe me, don't be scared for parties...hehe).
      Well, if you could help me with that....:):)

      1 Answer Sep 9, 2005 at 2:29 AM
    • Talacre info please

      Talacre May 24, 2005 at 2:21 AM

      I'm trying to find out as much information as I can about Talacre Abbey. If any one has been or can tell me if it's open to the public, and exactley where it is, it would be a great help. I intend to photograph the abbey as it has been said that the buildings and groto (cave) are haunted. Any info whould be great.
      Chris.B