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Warwick Castle, Stratford, and Oxford Day Trip

My London welcome tour was not in London, and neither was my goodbye tour. After my lackluster experience with another tour company, I was more than ready travel with Golden Tours again on this Warwick Castle, Stratford-upon-Avon, and Oxford day trip. But this day tour was destined for...

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Evan Evans Review of Leed’s Castle, Cliffs of Dover, and Canterbury

This Evan Evans day tour, comprised of visiting the world’s most romantic castle, seeing France from the top of the beautiful Cliffs of Dover, and walking the cute and historical town of Canterbury, was supposed to be the highlight of my trip. I looked forward to writing this...

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Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Bath Day Trip with Golden Tours

Please note that some affiliate links are included on this page. At no additional cost to you, I earn a commission whenever you purchase through the link. This helps me keep the content free. Thank you for your support. My first grand adventure in London wasn’t even in London...

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London Pass review: How It Works, What to See & More

I discovered the London Pass while reading another London Pass review, but questioned the pass’ ability to save me money since many London attractions offer a student discount. After several hours of calculations under hundreds of possible scenarios, I purchased the London Pass...

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London Confuses Me

Please note that some affiliate links are included on this post about London. At no additional cost to you, I earn a commission whenever you purchase through the link. This helps me keep the content free. Thank you for your support. Arriving in London was exhilarating. After nearly two...

Are you scared to travel solo? It can be frightening, but here is my advice! Read it only on Getaway Girl

Hitting the Road Alone: First-Time Solo Travel

Dr. Seuss is a genius author. He wrote easy-to-understand stories to develop literacy in young children, but his stories also shared life advice useful for any age. But how does Dr. Seuss relate to travel? “Waiting for the fish to bite or waiting for the wind to fly a kite. Or...