A while back I wrote a post about towns around the world that had names which, depending on your state of mind, could sound rather adult. Some infamous examples are Blue Balls, Bird-In-Hand and Intercourse, PA. Several people who read the post reached out to me and said they would love to do a trip and get pictures with all of the signs for these towns, like Beaverlick (it’s in Kentucky) and Dicktown (that one’s in New Jersey).
Welp, 2 brothers in the U.K. had the exact same idea, and instead of just wishing about it, decided to do an epic “rude trip” (you see what I did there?) of Britain.
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Happy Wednesday to all of our travel friends, both near and far! Here are some articles we’ve read from other bloggers (and other sources) that we think you may like, as well, so we’re passing them along.
Continue reading “FAA Investigating Airports’ Chick-fil-A Issues, Inside Special Effects at WDW, Queen Elizabeth Visits Airline, & More!”
When traveling on a U.S. carrier, the size limitations for what you can bring as carry-on may vary slightly but not a whole helluva lot. And virtually no U.S.-based airline gives limitations on weight for carry-on bags, short of “You must be able to put it into the overhead yourself” (yeah, try that when your four and a half feet tall). That’s not necessarily the case for other countries, so as a reference, we’re posting the rules for other countries.
Today we’re focusing on the major airlines in the U.K.
If you’d like to see the other countries’ measurements for personal and carry on bags:
Continue reading “U.K. Airlines’ Updated Measurement Limits For Personal & Carry On Bags”
If you go to Great Britain in the future and want to take the perfect selfie, Google has got you covered.
Continue reading “Google Has Pinpointed The Perfect Spot For Selfies At Top U.K. Tourist Attractions”
When Joe and I went to London a month or so ago, our first 90 minutes were spent standing on the queue to get through immigration at Heathrow. We realized it was a necessary evil, but it made us even more appreciative that we had Global Entry, so we wouldn’t have to stand on a similar line when we got home.
Thankfully, the U.K. government just changed that.
Continue reading “It Just Got A Whole Lot Easier To Travel To The U.K.”