For the past 11 years I’ve led groups of friends on annual trips. We’ve travelled to Paris, London, Rome, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, western Europe, the Mediterranean, Estonia, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Amsterdam, Russia, Peru, Greek Isles, and North Africa. We’ve never had a malfunction or bad experience, just memorable, life-enhancing moments.
I’m happy to announce the Travel with Friends trip for 2023 – 16 day trip to the British Isles.
Aboard the beautiful 5-star Regal Princess ship, we’ll circumnavigate the British Isles, visiting the highlights of England, Ireland, and Scotland.
Have you ever longed to see:
- Stonehenge – the prehistoric monument on Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire, England
- Beaches of Normandy – where the D-Day invasion began
- Paris – Eiffel Tower, Louvre Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral
- Belfast, Ireland – Giant’s Causeway, Belfast Highlands
- Cork, Ireland – Blarney Castle, Waterford Crystal
- Glasgow, Scotland – Inveraray Castle and Scottish Highlands
- London – Westminster Abbey, St. Paul’s Cathedral, British Museum, National Gallery
- Invergorden, Scotland – is there really a Loc Ness monster?
- Newcastle, England – Bamburg Castle, Hadrian’s Wall
The trip, limited to 40 guests, will be life-enhancing.
Here’s the brochure with details.
If you want more information, I’m hosting two information meetings on Zoom January 21 &28 from 7:00-8:00pm . If you’re interested in participating contact me at [email protected] . Or email me with any questions you have.
3 Replies to “2023 Travel with Friends trip to the British Isles”
This sounds like it will be a really enjoyable trip.
All of your books are non-fiction. Sometimes we learn about ourselves through stories with well-drawn characters. The books we were required to read in school still stick with me like An Inspector Calls by J.B. Priestley and The 39 Steps by John Buchan. I do appreciate that there is a lot of rubbish fiction and fewer good bookshops.
It’s a shame your British Isles tour does not include Oxfordshire as we have a treasure of a book shop here in Thame. How sad that you are visiting England but not Oxford, Cambridge and York.
Hi Angela, thanks for taking the time to respond. I agree that novels have a lot to teach us. I need to read more.
The trip I’m sponsoring is a cruise, so I don’t have much control over where we go. I’ve been to Oxford and Cambridge and love both areas…and Stratford Upon Avon. You live in a wonderful, culturally rich country. Take care, Don.