England in our motorhome

Coronavirus stops motorhome travel plans

Burrs Country Park
It certainly is strange times that we live in. Having to stay at home has given me time to write a motorhome article, the first one for a while. We were due to fly to Oslo last Saturday before joining a Hurtigruten voyage from Bergen to Kirkenes and the North Cape and back, but, like many other people, we have postponed the trip until November. We had lots of travel planned for 2020 but who knows now when we will…
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England in our motorhome

Visiting Britain’s Greatest Palace.

We have found ourselves being in the position to brag about visiting Britain's greatest palace and probably one of France's most beautiful chateaux, Chenonceau, all in the space of about a month. Blog article about Chenonceau here. After being back in the UK for a few weeks, after our six weeks trip to France, it was time to make the most of the English summer and head off again for a mini motorhome adventure to Oxfordshire. Where is Britain's greatest…
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England in our motorhome

First motorhome trip of the year!

After spending 13 months living in our motorhome and returning to the UK last September we haven't used our motorhome very much. We've had quite a bit of family stuff going on, and that has taken priority.  Our much loved 'home on wheels' was put into safe storage, which felt a little strange, after being such a big part of our lives every day. We have had some nights away during the winter and the odd visit to check all…
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England in our motorhome

Back to ‘traffic jam’ UK

The UK countryside is beautiful in summer, but as we arrived in Hull on the overnight ferry from Rotterdam all we were met with was a huge traffic jam on the A63 out of the city. The UK I fear has become a huge car park. It was a shock to the system after quiet traffic jam free roads in Norway. Rotterdam to Hull ferry I'm really impressed with this ferry service. The Pride of Rotterdam ferry, operated by P&O,…
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