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Cody Library

The Cody Library was welcoming and inviting on a sunny summer day – I can imagine it would be quite a haven on a wintry one. Assuming you could get there, of course! It’s located on the first floor of … Continue reading

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Scenic loop from Cody, WY

We had a rental car and an afternoon, so decided to head west from Cody towards Yellowstone, despite the scepticism of the hotel desk clerk and his warnings about twisty roads with no guard rails over tall mountains. Even before … Continue reading

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Euroadventure 2016! Day 18

< previous Well, if you can call it that – Day 18 – travel day back to the States, by way of Iceland. On our last night I didn’t sleep so well, unusually for me I had some anxiety dreams … Continue reading

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Euroadventure 2016! Day 17

< previous On our last full day in England we had a nice relaxing morning – woke up on our own times and had self-catered breakfast. I enjoyed watching the birds in my aunt and uncle’s back yard – they … Continue reading

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de Havilland Aircraft Museum

The de Havilland Aircraft Museum is the oldest aviation museum in Britain, having opened to the public in May 1959. The Museum’s enthusiastic and knowledgeable volunteers restore and preserve a fantastic array of de Havilland planes, both military and commercial, … Continue reading

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The Cathedral and Abbey Church of Saint Alban

Or St Albans Cathedral for short (and erm speaking of language … shouldn’t there be an apostrophe?) is, according to their website, the oldest site of continuous Christian worship in Britain. It is located at the burial site of Alban, … Continue reading

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Verulamium

As the sign also said: The Museum of everyday life in Roman Britain, it showcases artifacts from the third largest Roman settlement in Britain. The Romans established themselves there in AD 50 and lasted until somewhere between 400 and 450. In … Continue reading

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