Where is Willy???

Where is Willy???

Need to guess where Wally is going next!! the prize may be interesting:) just need to get 5 right!! some tricky questions included!! good luck:)

published on October 18, 201217 responses 4 5.0★ / 5

Willy has just landed at Heathrow Airport and is considering a tube map to take him into the centre of this city. He is planning to stay at a hotel in Piccadilly Circus, so that he can walk to tourist spots such as Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Whitehall. If he went further afield, he could visit Tower Bridge or Buckingham Palace, amongst other things. Where's Willy?

Willy has just landed at Heathrow Airport and is considering a tube map to take him into the centre of this city. He is planning to stay at a hotel in Piccadilly Circus, so that he can walk to tourist spots such as Covent Garden, Leicester Square and Whitehall. If he went further afield, he could visit Tower Bridge or Buckingham Palace, amongst other things. Where's Willy?
York
Leicester
Manchester
London

Having spent a few days in an exciting English city, Willy decides to head north. He jumps on a train at King's Cross and arrives at his destination a couple of hours later. He is now in a walled city with an imposing Minster (the second largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe) which nearly burned down in 1984. After visiting the Minster, Willy decides to check out the shops in the Shambles. Where's Willy?

Having spent a few days in an exciting English city, Willy decides to head north. He jumps on a train at King's Cross and arrives at his destination a couple of hours later. He is now in a walled city with an imposing Minster (the second largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe) which nearly burned down in 1984. After visiting the Minster, Willy decides to check out the shops in the Shambles. Where's Willy?
Exeter
Edinburgh
Glasgow
York

Willy next decides to travel south-west. He arrives at Piccadilly Station, and, after checking in at his hotel, goes to have a look at the Town Hall, an important Victorian building. Being tired after all his travelling, Willy then decides to head for Heaton Park to have a relaxing afternoon. Where's Willy?

Willy next decides to travel south-west. He arrives at Piccadilly Station, and, after checking in at his hotel, goes to have a look at the Town Hall, an important Victorian building. Being tired after all his travelling, Willy then decides to head for Heaton Park to have a relaxing afternoon. Where's Willy?
London
Brighton
Birmingham
Manchester

Willy's next English city isn't far away, just 33 short miles west. Willy has been especially excited about visiting this city because he's been a Beatles fan for years. He's also happy to find himself in a city which was named one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2008. Donning his blue football shirt, Willy heads over to see his favourite football team, Everton, in practice. Where's Willy?

Willy's next English city isn't far away, just 33 short miles west. Willy has been especially excited about visiting this city because he's been a Beatles fan for years. He's also happy to find himself in a city which was named one of the European Capitals of Culture in 2008. Donning his blue football shirt, Willy heads over to see his favourite football team, Everton, in practice. Where's Willy?
Birmingham
Liverpool
Cardiff
Douglas

Willy is interested in seeing English cities further south. He catches a train to his next destination, where he wants to see the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. He also wants to attend a children's production at the egg. Willy's first port of call, however, is the Roman Baths. Where's Willy?

Willy is interested in seeing English cities further south. He catches a train to his next destination, where he wants to see the Royal Crescent, The Circus and Pulteney Bridge. He also wants to attend a children's production at the egg. Willy's first port of call, however, is the Roman Baths. Where's Willy?
Bath
St Ives
Dorset
Bristol

Inspired by the Georgian architecture around him, Willy decides to see what the town most patronised by George IV is like. He makes his way down to the South East coast of England, where he visits the mind-boggling Royal Pavilion. Exhausted by a tour inside, he then heads down to the beach, buying a stick of rock on the way. After relaxing on the shingle for a while, Wally checks out the pier where he has fun on the Crazy Mouse. Where's Willy?

Inspired by the Georgian architecture around him, Willy decides to see what the town most patronised by George IV is like. He makes his way down to the South East coast of England, where he visits the mind-boggling Royal Pavilion. Exhausted by a tour inside, he then heads down to the beach, buying a stick of rock on the way. After relaxing on the shingle for a while, Wally checks out the pier where he has fun on the Crazy Mouse. Where's Willy?
Southampton
Stratford-upon-Avon
Leahampton
Brighton

Willy is considering taking a boat over to Calais in France while he's in Europe, so he visits a port town which is dominated by the White Cliffs. He is told that he can catch the ferry across the English Channel from here. Where's Willy?

Willy is considering taking a boat over to Calais in France while he's in Europe, so he visits a port town which is dominated by the White Cliffs. He is told that he can catch the ferry across the English Channel from here. Where's Willy?
Canterbury
Dover
Gillingham
Folkestone

Willy has American relatives whose ancestors came to the US on the Mayflower, and therefore he is intrigued to see the English town from which the Mayflower made its first attempt to sail to the colony. He hires a car and drives west along the coast to the closest city to the New Forest. When he arrives, Willy is really impressed to discover that he can take the ferry to the Isle of Wight if he feels like it. However, first he goes to visit the Bargate. Where's Willy?

Willy has American relatives whose ancestors came to the US on the Mayflower, and therefore he is intrigued to see the English town from which the Mayflower made its first attempt to sail to the colony. He hires a car and drives west along the coast to the closest city to the New Forest. When he arrives, Willy is really impressed to discover that he can take the ferry to the Isle of Wight if he feels like it. However, first he goes to visit the Bargate. Where's Willy?
Southampton
Plymouth
Torquay
Brighton

Willy packs up the car and drives west to the capital of Cornwall, England, where he sees an imposing neo-Gothic cathedral with fabulous stained glass windows. Wally visits the Royal Cornwall Museum to see an unwrapped mummy. Finally he heads down the lanes past Sunny Corner and takes a walk to the point where the Truro and Tresillian Rivers converge. Where's Willy?

Willy packs up the car and drives west to the capital of Cornwall, England, where he sees an imposing neo-Gothic cathedral with fabulous stained glass windows. Wally visits the Royal Cornwall Museum to see an unwrapped mummy. Finally he heads down the lanes past Sunny Corner and takes a walk to the point where the Truro and Tresillian Rivers converge. Where's Willy?
Tresillian
St Ives
Truro
Newquay

Willy decides to wrap up his trip with a visit further northeast to see one of England's most famous university cities. Known as the City of Dreaming Spires, Bill Clinton was a Rhodes scholar at this city's university, which is the oldest in the English-speaking world. Roger Bannister ran the world's first four-minute mile in this town. Where's Willy?

Willy decides to wrap up his trip with a visit further northeast to see one of England's most famous university cities. Known as the City of Dreaming Spires, Bill Clinton was a Rhodes scholar at this city's university, which is the oldest in the English-speaking world. Roger Bannister ran the world's first four-minute mile in this town. Where's Willy?
Oxford
Newcastle
Cambridge
Nottingham

Where is Willy now???

Where is Willy now???
boxers (but too small to be spotted)
hiding
difficult to say
There is no Willy?