What comes to mind when imagining the perfect, quintessentially European weekend away? I tend to image cobblestoned streets, long walks, age old cathedrals, galleries, museums and history galore. But take a trip in any of the top European cities – think Paris, Prague, Madrid, or Rome – and you’ll find the long, quiet walks and … Continue reading Basel: The best European weekend away
Rome. What can be said. Rome is a feeling. A state of mind. A state of being. It seems hardly appropriate to call it a mere city. On that note, I will try my best to detail one of the best weekends I've had in a long time, without littering the sentiment with cliches and/or … Continue reading Rome in a weekend
While, like most people, visiting the same destination twice seems like a bit of a waste of time, with the exponential amounts of places to visit in the world, I had the chance to visit Amsterdam for a second time and took it. I can now safely say that visiting a city twice can be … Continue reading Amsterdam: The second time around
A day out in London sponsored by Ripley's Believe it or Not, Big Bus Tour and Planet Hollywood gathered together a great number of travel bloggers in the London area, some of which I had a chance to chat and network with. Closer to the end of the night, me, The Dancing Traveller - … Continue reading I’ve been nominated for a Liebster blog award!
What first comes to mind when Oxford is mentioned, is of course Oxford University. And while the University and it's history dating back to the 12th century are central to the town, there is so much more to explore. Just a quick trip away from London and the hustle and bustle of the big city, … Continue reading Highlights: A weekend in Oxford
Budapest, Hungary On the first night in Budapest, I had a chance to play around with some photography and came up with these. Enjoy.
My latest trip saw my company and I on a Christmas work weekend away in Marbella, Spain in the beginning of December. Coming from cold London to the mild 60 degree weather in Spain was amazing, and the holiday for my company was pretty affordable considering the season. This got me thinking. We so … Continue reading Off season travel: What to know
1. Ride a bike- While you may have spent plenty of time cycling around in your hometown, nothing quite compares to a cycle around Amsterdam. Scenic canals are only just the start. Unlike the security measures taken to locking up your bike in big cities like London, here you can just leave it outside the … Continue reading Top 5 things to do in Amsterdam
As lovely as London is, sometimes the best scenery can be found just a few hours drive out of the city and into the English countryside. Cambridge, dating back to the 12th century, is so much more than just a University town. Equally as beautiful in the summer and winter, Cambridge has everything a tourist … Continue reading Winter walks in Cambridge
It's amazing how only a short 3 hour drive away from London and I'm transported to surroundings of age old castles, seaside resorts, different languages and a type of hospitality rarely found while walking down the high streets of … Continue reading Wales in a weekend