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Gloucestershire, United Kingdom

Today I am travelling up on the train to Gloucester which is a city above Bristol in the United Kingdom. We and someone else are going up here to go to a wild life reserve called "slimbridge". Which is about 10 Miles from Bristol.

We travelled on one Train to Bristol Temple Meads which took about 1hours and 40 mins then another to take us to Gloucester which took around 50 Mins. Then we had to get the bus to the hotel which was only a short bus ride (which was good).

After a short check in time (20 Mins), It was back on the bus to the train station to go to "Slimbrige" the nature park. Then we boarded the train (the same train we came on) to go one stop down the line to Cam and Durley a small station in the middle of no were !. The we got a taxi for three miles to the nature park.

At the nature park there was lots of birds and other animals from Canada. Which was nice for the person I went with because she loves birds and other small animals.

Then after i think about two hours here, We got the taxi back to the station then the train back to Gloucester, then the bus back to the hotel.

After a quick human turnaround, we went out for some dinner on the bus in to the town. We went to a Well known Italian Cafe.

The day after we packed up from the hotel and had a quick look around the town before boarding the train to Bristol. Then on to Exeter, but then a big change to the schedule because they were fixing the track to Plymouth so we had to get a coach which took about 1 Hours to get back to our station which is 40 Mins longer then is normally take !

But it was still a nice trip.

Pleace could you comment and subscribe ! If you would like to ask me a question about my travailing around the world i am on formspring under the name KitsTblog.
So that would be great
Im going to Paris again in July.... Cant wait !

Posted by kitstravels 12:43 Archived in United Kingdom Tagged trains bus uk rail travelling delays

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