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The End of Summer – Photos from the road

This summer I went travelling a bit. Not too far away and not to the most exotic of places, but I did get a few miles under my belt.

So here’s my End of Summer recap of my Euro-Trips, including the GeNeLux (we did Germany but skipped Belgium) road trip with Ronni & Dave, and my solo travels around the southern UK.

A few have asked me to share pictures, so here they are. A random collection of my summer travels.

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If We Were Having Coffee… On August 29

Hello my lovelies!

Welcome to this week’s Weekend Coffee Share. How are you?

If we were having coffee today, we’d sit and enjoy the lovely sunshine out on the patio. It is a glorious day, and I’ve got sore muscles from a lot of walking and driving, so I fancy a day at home.

If we were having coffee, I’d tell you that I had a blast this week! My best friend Véronique and her husband Dave came to visit me on their delayed honeymoon and stayed with me from Saturday until yesterday.

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Dobrý den, Prague!

This post is part of the April 2015 A to Z Challenge. Find the challengers via the Blog Sign-Up or on Twitter using #AtoZChallenge.

The  capital of the Czech Republic is a lively place. Don’t be fooled by the stag dos – Prague is a very cultured city that has a lot more to offer than cheap drinks for foreign drunks!

First of all, Prague is ridiculously easy to get around in, even if you do not speak a word of Czech. A three-day ticket for all public transport (except the airport express) costs around €10 / £ 7.50 / $10 and it gives you access to all buses, trams, metro, a funicular railway and a commuter boat across the Vltava river.

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