All posts tagged dog travel

We missed the train

We got up early and made our way to Kings Cross Station. Read more…

A trip to the Yorkshire Dales for birthday celebrations!

Once upon a time, Mummy used to throw me birthday parties. The last time was two years ago when I turned three  … Read more…

Mummy’s Train Travel Tips – Be Brave!

People always ask us when we travel on trains, ferries, long car journeys or even on planes – where do my dogs pee? Where do they sit? Can we board the train? So, we thought Mummy should share a few tips about travelling with us on trains, ferries, cars and planes. Read more…

Confessions of a Traveller with dog(s)

This time we get to ask Mummy questions.

Whenever we go on trips together – we know it’s a hassle for Mummy to travel with us than not.  We know she loves us and enjoys having us with her, but she also has the option to leave us behind. So why does she do it? We thought we would ask her. Read more…

In the little town of Evershot …

is The Acorn Inn where we stayed when we were in Dorset.   It has been an inn for nearly 400 years. It used to be called The Kings Arms in the 1800’s. Read more…

Confessions of a well-travelled pooch

This time, I, George get to interview Miss D and ask the questions.

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More than a thousand days ago …

Mummy took me to a place called New York City.  In September 2012, we spent five weeks there and I saw many new things.

I wasn’t sure about this very big city.  None of the dogs seem to want to talk to me – they just seem to be in a hurry and never really stopped to say hello. Read more…

Ready to Fly

Mummy got a new bag for George to fly in-cabin. Not me though as I am too big for any of these IATA approved bags. 🙁 Read more…

When we leave Mummy to shop on her own …

There’s THE HAT SHOP at Burnham Market that so many have told Mummy that she must go see for herself.  Read more…

A Taste of Burnham Market

We had the unexpected pleasure of Jasper and Amber on the day we were discovering Burnham Market. Read more…

The Hoste with the most …

DOGS!!!!

There were dogs everywhere at The Hoste Hotel!!!! And we felt very welcomed. Read more…

La Cuisine de Mummy

On the last day of our short holiday, we were out of our raw cuisine.  Mummy did not want to keep the raw meat another day longer.   Read more…

George is “Podded”

George is travelling in his Sleepy Pod.  We’re only taking the train to Kings Lynn but Mummy thought it’s a good practice for his upcoming trip on a plane. Read more…

Can’t wait!!!

We’re off tomorrow to Wells-next-the-Sea to see Bow!  We are so, so excited. She’s looking all grown up since we last saw her at Holkham in June. Read more…

On our way …

to Hogwarts?!?!?!
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A Week in Provence

We stayed with Tory, Tati and their two pussy cats – Bacchus and Sarko in Serres. Read more…

Elevenses at Jouvaud in Carpentras

Tory told us there’s a famous très chic chocolatier/patissier in Carpentras called Jouvaud that she thinks Mummy would love. But not sure if George and I can go in. So we asked.

And voila! We can!!! Read more…

Ticket to Ride

We’re all set for our train ride to Avignon.

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Pas de chien! – the story of my (a dog’s) life

We decided to stay the night in Calais to be sure we don’t miss the morning train to Avignon.  We did a  walkabout the town, rather the port. Read more…

Allez!!!

Est-ce la bonne direction pour aller en France?

Oui! Oui!
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Holy Mackerel!

Someone just told us she saw this article in Daily Mail Online – Phileas Dog’s Ruff Guide

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“Leave no dog behind” – says Tatler

That’s me in the photo on the top right hand corner of Tatler’s spread. I’m sitting on the back of the sofa – the photo was taken at the House of Mutt which was listed as one of the places for dog vacation. Read more…

Let’s go punting – Oops!

Mummy thought the quickest way to show us newcomers to Cambridge was to go punting on the river. Read more…

Wearing the Cambridge colours

We were in Cambridge – surely we had to wear the right colours. 🙂 Read more…

I am a Palace Pup!

Just like Pip, I am a Palace Pup because I had stayed at The Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa in Malta. Read more…

Smooth sailing … rest of the way home

Once we got to Schipol Airport, it was smooth sailing.

I got a ride on the trolley as we went through the airport. Read more…

Hold your breath! We’re checking in at MIA!

It’s Malta International Airport, not “missing in action” though I could very well be that way if they didn’t let me leave. Surely if we got into Malta we must be able to leave with ease.

The queues were long and I stood in the midst of a lot of feet and two hyper kids who could not keep still. Read more…

Saħħa and Grazzi

Goodbye and thank you, Malta!

It’s time to go home but before we do, given how things have been going during our travels, we made sure I am totally covered for my re-entry to the UK.

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Pip was not a pampered pooch

This is Pip – the Palace Pup at Conrinthia Palace Hotel and Spa in Malta.  He is the reason we stayed there when we visited Malta.  Read more…

Shhhh! We’re in the silent city

We loved meandering through the medieval streets in the walled city of Mdina.

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