Help with European Itinerary

Old May 3rd, 2024, 06:58 AM
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This would be too much sprinting within a marathon for me and whoever I'd be traveling with. But that was already mentioned by many,, many others upthread and your plans are what they are.

So, you do you. Hope you have fun.
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Old May 3rd, 2024, 07:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Travel_Nerd
This would be too much sprinting within a marathon for me and whoever I'd be traveling with. But that was already mentioned by many,, many others upthread and your plans are what they are.

So, you do you. Hope you have fun.
Thank you. This is like “sample tasting” each areas and focus on areas that interests us more which reflects the length of the stay on those areas.

I will update the group.

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Old May 3rd, 2024, 07:18 AM
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"Our accommodation is The Mount. The address is Pilgrim, SE1 4UP ( or could be SEI 4UP), London. It is near The Shard. "

Sorry but it is not really near the Shard As I mentioned, that location is 1/2 a mile from Borough Station and 1 mile-ish from London Bridge Station. The Shard is essentially next door to London Bridge Station.

"the address is 88 Eversholt St, Euston,"

Not sure how you expect to get from Eversholt St just north of Euston Station in north central London to half a mile south of Borough Station in south London at 10PM - with luggage. It will either be a really long cab or uber ride (please don't use uber in London -- but that's a different issue) or a nasty tube journey and long walk.

Plus driving from Cambridge to Euston will be a bear. Count on a 3 hour drive and count yourself lucky if its that quick. Just bad planning all around.

But you seem to have your mind set and have an answer for everything - so have at it . . .

(Honest, it really is Stonehenge . . . not Stonehedge)


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Old May 3rd, 2024, 08:37 AM
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It is a bit amusing to see a new poster ask about an impossible itinerary and then reject all suggestions. There are people who take a Mediterranean cruise and think they will get much out of ten brief port stops. This poster will be doing a cruise vacation on land, checking off destinations without actually seeing them. Oh, well, you can lead a horse etc.
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