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Day 12 Durham and the Coast We’ll visit Durham atop the hill encircled by the river. Be awed by the sight of Whitby Abbey and imagine the hordes of Viking invaders 1000 years ago. Enjoy the peaceful beauty of the coastline
Day 13 Cambridge and London We’ll stop by Cambridge on our way back to The City, where we’ll visit the British Museum to see some of the most famous pieces in the world, like the Rosetta Stone. Then it’s on to the newly restored Globe Theatre along the Thames. How about a ride in the Millennium Wheel for a glorious view of the city?
We’ll have a final meal at a local chippie and top the meal with a cornet of ice cream. Ah, the best in daily fare!
Day 14 Depart London Return flight to the U.S.
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Coach Tours of the British Isles
We at Royal Britannia Tours extend a special welcome to our American friends across the pond. Royal Britannia now offers special tours for our American cousins. We invite you to spend your holiday in Jolly Old England in the comfort of our air conditioned coaches and in the luxury of our company-owned guesthouses—all to ensure you the best in ‘royal’ accommodations. We treat you like royalty because we’re Royal Britannia.
Brilliant Britannia tour #327 Spend a fortnight of relaxation in grand style. It’s truly brilliant!
Day 1 Depart USA Overnight flight to London.
Day 2 Arrive in London Transfer to our London B&B for a relaxing afternoon. High tea is served in the conservatory at 8:00.
Day 3 London at Leisure Sit back and enjoy the city sightseeing tour in Royal Britannia’s own double decker omnibus. Take in the atmosphere of Harrod’s food halls, then take the lift to the first floor and pick up a few classy souvenirs.
In the evening we’ll take in a pub. Enjoy toad in the hole, some bitters, and a game or two of noughts and crosses Day 4 Oxford, Coventry We’ll leave The City and head north on the M11, a major dual carriage-way, toward Oxford. Stroll amid the quaint half-timbers of the town—maybe spotting a university don in his robes. Then on to Coventry, the town of Lady Godiva. We’ll visit the cathedral ruins, bombed during the war, but stunningly reborn in glass.
Savor a meal of bangers and mash, followed by dessert of jelly and ice cream—a British favorite—for just a few quid.
Day 5 Stratford-upon-Avon Spend a day in the Bard’s hometown. Meander through the knotted gardens of New House and queue up for tour Shakespeare’s birthplace. (Tours during November and December take in an evening at the panto.)
Day 6 Chester, Liverpool Step back to Elizabethan times as we head to Chester via the A41 for a view of the homely town with the most half-timbered buildings still standing. Then a quick jaunt over to Liverpool where we’ll take in a seafood dinner of prawn from the local fishmonger.
Day 7 Wales Travel the coastal route to the resort towns of Llandudno and Conwy and stroll along the boardwalk. Then we’re off to Caernarfon, the castle where the Princes of Wales have been crowned for centuries. Overnight back in Chester.
Days 8 & 9 The Lake District Ah, the peaceful countryside! With luck we’ll see a milk float, a sure sign we’re in the country. Tour Keswick and Ambleside; visit Wordsworth’s cottage, but don’t forget your brolly—the gentle rains keep the Lake District misty like an impressionist’s painting.
Relax in the evening in the local and have a go at a game of snooker for just a few bob.
Days 10 & 11 York We’ll see York Minster and its famous Five Sisters windows. Then take a step back in time as we walk through the Shambles, stopping along the way at a tea house for Twining’s best, served with biscuits, scones, and clotted cream. Then it’s on to the Viking Museum, proof that York was part of the old Danelaw. [pic] Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the Thames.