#MustSeePlaces Linky: November/December 2020

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Welcome to the latest #MustSeePlaces linky. We are heading towards the end of 2020 – what a year it has been, and continues to be. We may be heading back into lockdown, but there was a small window of travel opportunity, and we’d love to know where you’ve been – close to home or further afield. Please do link your recent travel posts, and pop back occasionally to read the posts that other travel bloggers have linked up too.

The #MustSeePlaces linky has now reopened and will run for nine weeks, until 4 January 2021.

Favourite posts from the last #MustSeePlaces linky

Darek and Gosia have provided a guide to 28 must-visit places in Buckinghamshire.  Living right at the northern end of the Chiltern Hills (albeit in Hertfordshire) that travels down through Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire, there’s so much to see and do just by following the hills! There are some great viewpoints along the way.

coombe hill
“Coombe Hill is listed as an SSSI – meaning that it’s a site of special scientific interest. Coombe Hill gained this certification due to the chalk grassland and acid heathland that makes up the area. The hill is home to almost 30 different species of butterfly and over 30 types of wildflower. There is plenty of unique and wonderful fauna and flora to be discovered here.” Darekandgosia

Ladies What Travel have suggested some UK autumn road trips. Having done three of them myself, off season, the North Coast 500 gets my biggest thumbs up. The scenery is spectacular!

northern Scotland
“The North Coast 500 is a spectacular 516-mile circular route around the north coast of Scotland, which starts and ends at Inverness Castle. It’s recommended that you take 5-7 days to make the most of this trip, which will take you past some of the most northerly coastal points in Scotland, including John o’ Groats.” Ladies What Travel

Giving Up Normal experienced a family Fairytale Cottage Picnic on the Isle of Wight. The weather might not have been ideal, but the food looks amazing!

Isle of wight
“Fairytale Cottage is a simply gorgeous house in Niton. It’s a New England style log cabin built near the well known Enchanted Manor – in fact if you walk around the gardens of the cottage there’s a beautiful archway into the gardens of the manor.” Giving Up Normal

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

The #MustSeePlaces linky remains open until 4 January 2021. 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

  • Add the link of your travel related posts below and, if you like, tweet us a link to it using the hashtag #MustSeePlaces
  • Have a read of some of the other posts too – you might find inspiration for your next getaway or adventure
  • 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 Content 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 tropical destinations. Her family consists of her husband Huw, a medical writer, Millie-Mae (14), Toby (12) and Izzy and Jack the spaniels.

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