#MustSeePlaces Linky: June 2019



Welcome to the latest #MustSeePlaces linky. Many thanks to everyone who linked up their travel posts last month.

Before sharing my favourite posts, the #MustSeePlaces linky has now reopened and will run for a month. Please do link your latest travel posts, and pop back occasionally to read the posts that other travel bloggers have linked up.

May was a busy month for us, with trips to Ireland and to France, twice! We spent a long weekend visiting Parc Asterix and their themed hotel called La Cité Suspendue – and then hopped across to Normandy to visit the D-Day beaches and museums ahead of the 75th anniversary later this week. Last week we were back in France, to the Ardeche region, courtesy of Eurocamp. It is such a beautiful part of the world, with the famous gorges and all the kayaks on the rivers!

“The beautiful Pont D’Arc in the Ardèche Gorges, so very popular with kayakers” PackThePJs

Favourite posts from the last #MustSeePlaces linky

Mummy’s Little Monkey travelled solo to Iceland. Since the Eyjafjallajökull volcano erupted back in 2010 tourism has boomed, rising from around 500,000 (2010), to over 2 million in 2017. Tourism makes up 10% of the country’s economy.

“The Blue Lagoon is a man-made reservoir filled with 37-39 degree water created as a by-product from the nearby Svartsengi geothermal power plant. Rich in minerals, such as silica and sulphur, the water is said to moisturise and rejuvenate the skin and body.” Mummy’s Little Monkey

Jessica In Your Ear went wisteria hunting in Cambridge, UK. As a frequent visitor to Cambridge, I am aware of the wisteria bloom that seems to take over this historic city. The drupes of pale violet flowers are everywhere!

“Jesus College, University of Cambridge, is on the outskirts of the city, where an entire building is covered full of wisteria in the Spring months” Jessica In Your Ear

Juggling on Rollerskates took a Canvas Holiday, camping at Les Dunes Camping, Perpignan, in France. They stayed in a Privilege Club Mobil, which had its own hot tub!

“Looking more like a lodge than a caravan, the exterior of our property included a large, private garden space with covered dining area, decking, sun loungers … and best of all … a huge hot tub big enough for all 6 of us! Juggling on Rollerskates

I’m really looking forward to reading your posts next month. Show us your #MustSeePlaces …

The #MustSeePlaces linky remains open for one month. If you have visited a destination that left you awestruck, and have written a travel post about it, please do add your posts to #MustSeePlaces. Also, take a few minutes to read some other posts and leave some comments as we all enjoying receiving them.

Join our #MustSeePlaces Linky

  1. Add the link of your travel related posts below and, if you like, tweet us a link to it using the hashtag #MustSeePlaces
  2. Have a read of some of the other posts too – you might find inspiration for your next getaway or adventure
  3. Make sure to come back and visit later in the month, the linky will stay open until the next #MustSeePlaces post

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Tracey is the Travel Editor for Flea Enterprises. She also blogs at PackThePJs. Tracey writes mainly about family travel; from days out to road trips with her pet dogs, to cruises and long-haul tropicaldestinations. Her family consists of her husband Huw, a science and technology writer, Millie-Mae (12), Toby (10) and Izzy and Jack the spaniels.

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