We traveled with a pretty smal tour (10 total persons I recall) to the Cotswolds from London in September and had a very pleasant and informative time with the usual inclusion of brief visits to Oxford and Stratford. We ere possibly traveling again this summer to the UK and would like to use the same tour company for a Stonehenge trip if possible, but we can't remember the name of the company. It was something like Universal Friends. Can anyone here identify the company based on our best guess of the name?
International Friends seems right. I'll check theirvweb ite.
I've emailed International Friends using the link on its website, once about a week or ten days ago, andvagain yesterday, even accounting forbthe time difference related to yesterday's email from thevUS West Coast, it seems a bit odd that I've not received a response to my enquiries. Could it be that the firm is closed down for the winter or the staff is on holiday, or even that the firm may have gone out of business. We quite enjoyed our Cotswolds/Oxford small tour with them in September and we'd like to repeat the experience, this time with a Stonehenge tour, before we review the competition on line.
You could try phoning them. The "contact us" link provides a couple of telephone numbers.
Perhaps I'll make the call after waiting at least through today. Frankly, I'm always a bit intimidated calling Europe long distance, even though we've traveled there half a dozen times.
Be a brave lad. At least you will be calling an English-speaking country.
If you give up on them, go to www.walks.com the site for London Walks Company. This may be the one you were thinking of anyhow. They do a great trip out to Stonehenge. They're terrific; I highly recommend them. Have been on several of their in town walks and out of town trips.
We took a Gray Line day tour to the Cotswold's. We enjoyed all the London Gray Line tours we took, during four visits to London. We also took the train to Cambridge and Oxford. Then we crossed the street and took Hop-on, Hop-off buses around Cambridge and Oxford.