Archives for January 2012

The Amazing Castles of Wales

If you love history and castles, visiting Wales should be on the top of your bucket list. The country is more than just home to HRH Prince William, it’s also home to 641 castles; helping place the United Kingdom in the number one spot when it comes to number of castles per country. Not a […]


Romantic Scotland

What’s your idea of romantic scenery?  Turquoise waters framing white sand beaches?  A spectacular sunset?  The silhouette of castle ruins, perched over a misty loch?  Majestic mountains rising out of the sea?   Then head to Scotland for a truly romantic getaway.  Whether you want to go sightseeing in the city, horse-riding on empty beaches or […]

Villa with Pool in Cyprus

Private Villas with Pools: An Attractive Holiday Option

Private villas with pools provide the privacy, luxury and value for money you will be looking for from your holiday budget. Whether you’re spending your holiday near an ocean resort or a mountain retreat, private villas with pools offer the ultimate in luxury as well as privacy. Leasing private villas with pools can be an […]

Cross at Santiago de Compostela

Travel During the Middle Ages – Early Medical Tourism & Pilgrims

Travel during the middle ages.  During the Middle Ages how on earth did people travel.  Just what were there conveyances, how did they travel what did they see and visit, was it safe and where did they stay?  How did the people of the middle ages travel if at all? During the middle ages, pilgrimages […]

The Lowry

The Top Ten Things to do when Visiting Manchester, England

Manchester is an undeniably amazing city, with masses of entertainment to suit all tastes and budgets. This is a list of the ten most popular things to do when visiting the historical British city of Manchester. The Royal Exchange Theatre This classic theatre is extremely popular with both Manchester residents, and visitors to the city. […]

Il Buco

Exploring The World of NYC Cuisine

New York City could easily be considered the melting pot of the United States. With so many culinary influences from all over the world, combined with top culinary schools, as well as a high demand for quality dining, New York City has some of the best restaurants in the world. 1.  Delmonico’s Restaurant – A […]

The Shambles, York

The Perfect Family Outing In York

Times being what they are, I suppose we’re all finding money’s getting a bit tighter. So when it came to discussions about where we should take the family holiday this year and considering the costs, we thought that our usual two weeks in Spain or Portugal might just have to wait for a year or […]

Washington, DC

Seven Cool Places to Travel on a Budget

Just because you don’t have lots of money doesn’t mean you can’t do any traveling. While vacations are rarely free, you also don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to visit some really cool places. Here are locations that are big on experience but easy on the wallet. 1. Washington, D.C. Washington, D.C. […]

Kruger National Park, South Africa

Places Not to Miss Before the World Ends

Let’s face it, for the average middle class person life has become boring. Everything is just too easy nowadays since smartphones, computers and unqualified bloggers all do our thinking for us, which is definitely a contributing factor in the fully developed fascination that humanity has with doomsday. While it’s true that religious people and psychics […]

Packing a Suitcase

Travel Hacking Tips to Fit Everything in One Suitcase

Most people experience business travel as a hectic marathon. They race from one destination to the next, lugging too much luggage and wondering whether something has been left behind. Believe it or not, it actually is possible to make traveling for business a pleasure. The first step toward making this miraculous transformation is learning to […]

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