Posts Tagged ‘ Glastonbury ’

Discovering the area along Somerset’s Coast Path

Jul 7th, 2017 | By
Ladies from pontins await the passengers on the West Somerset Railway

Natasha Blair and her dog Poppy explore some of these less well-known parts of Somerset and find some hidden treasures.



Surviving Sziget

Aug 28th, 2015 | By

Kaye Holland heads to the Hungarian capital to hear household names play at Sziget – aka one of Europe’s biggest festivals



2013: the party continues

Jan 5th, 2013 | By

From parties at The Palace and Regency balls to week-long walks and ground-breaking hotels, we look at what’s in store for 2013



CD-Traveller’s travel highlights and trends: part two

Dec 18th, 2012 | By

The CD-Traveller team share their favourite 2012 travel experiences and look at the top spots for 2013



Do summer festivals sizzle or fizzle?

Mar 9th, 2012 | By

Friends and family are beginning to book tickets for this summer’s slew of festivals. I flattered they thought to invite me along, but as regular readers of CD-Traveller will know: I am not a fan of festivals.



Why all the fuss about festivals?

Sep 18th, 2011 | By

I think we can all safely say that summer has been and gone. Regrettably that means no more Wimbledon, no more open air theatre or film screenings and no more strawberries for another year. However this is one summer trend that I won’t be sad to see the back of: festivals.



Credit Crunch Camping: part 2

May 28th, 2010 | By

£100 for a long weekend (four days) away? Yes, it is possible! We found a basic (but extremely clean) campsite just outside Bristol, which only cost £15 for three nights.  After pitching the tent, we went for a quick walk in the surrounding woodland, before bed. The next day (Saturday) we set off for the Cheddar Gorge, and our Somerset adventure began…. Cheddar Caves & Gorge: The Cheddar Gorge was a particular highlight for Poppy (my dog) and I.  For just £17.00, we bought a
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