Heather and I swapped for a bit of history to continue our weekend’s adventure, catching a tube to the now bank infested docklands and the Museum of London Docklands.
A journey north with friends to see an exhibition that seemed only half there. Much tourism of city and coast was had anyway Continue reading
A trip to Chester, with animals, and York, with trains and music Continue reading
On Saturday Heather and I headed for a bit of history, heading to two of the great institutions of London, starting with the British Library
Last Saturday Heather and I went in search of a long lost youth with a trip to the Museum of Childhood over at Bethnal Green. As well as sounding like an interesting place to go (it is), and as part of the Victoria and Albert Museum free, we were specifically Continue reading …
Early Autumn sunny weekends are to be enjoyed as the rare breath of freshness they are. So it was that Heather and I ended up feeling like we were on a mini-break at home, with a couple of little trips out.
A little bank holiday at the start of May, so a little trip to Newcastle, hurrah!
A trip to Newcastle which took in Beamish (again), the coast, some history, a fun fair and Hadrian’s Wall Continue reading