Europe Forums

Start a new topic Change Forum
Advanced search

House Swap for Summer 2013 - Our Phiadelphia Mid Century for London Flat

Jump to last reply

Hi!

We are hoping to spend 4-6 weeks in London (or environs) this summer, sometime between July and the end of September. We'd like to do a house swap. We can offer our amazing 1958 mid century modern home in the Philadelphia suburbs with a car.

Have any of you done this before? I'd love to hear experiences.

Feel free to respond and we can discuss.

Thanks!

5 Replies |Back to top

| Add a Reply

Sign in to comment.

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Please Take Our Survey
    by Emily_D Fodor's Editor | Posted on Jan 20, 15 at 11:06 AM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Trip Report MaiTaiTom's Paris When It Sizzles; Paris When It Fizzles Anniversary Trip
  2. 2 Transportation in Italy - rent a car or stick to trains?
  3. 3 Germany for 3 weeks
  4. 4 "Chip" Credit Cards in Italy
  5. 5 rail pass
  6. 6 anticipating Italian autostrada traffic in July to catch ferry
  7. 7 Switzerland Trip with Family
  8. 8 Trip Report Dolce Far Niente....the sweetness of doing nothing (well almost) in Paris
  9. 9 Napoli Centrale: Luggage/Storage Lockers?
  10. 10 Multi-Generational Great Britain Tour
  11. 11 Trip Report A guide to Madrid
  12. 12 UK and Belgium 20 days with 2 kids ( 6 years old and 7 years old girls)
  13. 13 I´ve resurrected an old blog on the Basque Country
  14. 14 Trip Report 2000 years, 2 countries, 2 passports: Rome & Madrid, Jan. 2015
  15. 15 What to see between Budapest and Salzburg
  16. 16 Renting an apt.
  17. 17 Need help on almost 3 weeks in Ireland: itinerary
  18. 18 Trip Report English Stately Homes and Castle
  19. 19 Zurich and other cities to visit?
  20. 20 Comments on Iceland Itinerary Please
  21. 21 WiFi on trains
  22. 22 4 weeks by rail starting Rome
  23. 23 Potential return trip to Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  24. 24 Valencia, Granada, Seville or Malaga ????
  25. 25 10 day itinerary in Puglia
View next 25 » Back to the top