A trip to ‘N’

Friday, September 1st 2017

As of this date, I am still working to catch up with all of our travels and visits of the last few months. It is slow going and I am currently editing our trip to Glasgow at the end of June.

I am posting this in order to avoid the impression that the blog is no longer alive and also to say that we are shortly off again to spend a few days abroad. I will not say where we are going (at least, not until I manage to write up the trip) but I will give you a some of clues. Feel free to propose your solutions in a comment. (No prizes, alas!)

We are travelling to our destination by Eurostar and SNCF. The name of the city where we will be staying begins with ‘N’. A remarkable possession of the town is a mechanical elephant capable of carrying passengers.

Will we manage to ride the elephant? Wait and see!

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I live in Islington with my partner, "Tigger". I blog about our life and our travels, using my own photos for illustration.
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4 Responses to A trip to ‘N’

  1. WOL says:

    Bon Voyage and a safe trip!

  2. BFG says:

    Happy Birthday too (I’m guessing that may be part of the reason for the trip? :)) Hope you have an excellent celebration!

    We’re waiting for Irma to pay us a visit. She’ll probably storm in, toss a bunch of things around, and storm out again. We’re less than a mile from the coast (Lauderdale-by-the-Sea) so it’s going to be a wet and wild weekend…

    • SilverTiger says:

      Thanks for your good wishes.

      I am appalled by the dreadful disruptions and destruction, including loss of life, caused by the hurricanes. I can only hope that your part of the world will be spared the worst consequences of the visitation.

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