The Victoria and Albert Museum. . . . . . Tuesday Travels

The first year we visited London in 2003 we were only there for a few days and we managed to cram lots of tourist activities into that time.  One of the museums that we didn’t manage to visit was the V&A so I put that to right this time around.  While based in Swindon I…

The Great Alpine Road. . . .Tuesday Travels

We have just returned from a few days in the Victorian Alps and the Rutherglen wine district having traveled the Great Alpine Road.  We just wanted to have a chance to see the Autumn colours in the Bright region as we had missed them on our previous visit. We organised our accommodation for two nights…

Eden Camp Museum. . . .Tuesday Travels

One of the tourist spots we visited while in North Yorkshire was the Eden Camp Museum. This museum is on the site of a prisoner of war camp used during World War 2. We were so glad that we had allotted a full day for this site.  There is just so much to see and…

A puzzling piece of sewing.

When we were in York on our visit to the UK I went to the York Quilt Museum to see a Kaffe Fassett exhibition.  Unfortunately the day I went to see the exhibition the museum was closed to change over the exhibition to a new one.  I was really disappointed and decided that I would…

York Railway Museum . . . Tuesday travels

On a previous visit to York we visited the National Railway Museum but didn’t spend much time there, this time we spent most of the day in the museum and found there was still plenty to see although my husband was disappointed that Stephenson’s Rocket was not in operation this time. When we are on…

National Sports Museum Melbourne

Having toured the Melbourne Cricket Ground I then visited the National Sports Museum which is located within the MCG. If you don’t do the tour then you should at least visit the Sports Museum.  I spent three hours there.  There was so much to see and so much information to take in.  I didn’t even…