After spending two hours on a tour with a terrible traveller, I share some lessons I learned from him on what not to do while travelling.
The Museum of London is a place that we had kept delaying and shrugging off visiting for quite some time. After finally visiting, I wish we had gone sooner. The Museum of London is the best place in the city to trace history from prehistoric times, through the Roman Empire, Saxons, Vikings, Tutors, and right…
On my first trip to Europe, I visited Paris and was amazed by the history, culture, and art. All of a sudden, my eyes were open and I wanted to bring Paris home with me. I read Les Miserables, found the best local croissants, and learned as much as I could about the French Revolution. …
So should you stop travelling to London, or anywhere else in Europe for that matter?
Many people are intimidated by the thought of taking young children to museums; we think nothing of it. We feel that teaching our kids about art makes them more well-rounded individuals.
One has not truly lived, until they have found themselves on the side of the road in Austria, in the pouring rain, performing triage on clothing and trying to clean and deodorize the inside of a rental car.
The internet is full of packing lists, just Google the subject. So why am I writing another one? It’s because people keep asking for it and I aim to give the people what they want.
Lately I find myself more and more wanting to collect souvenirs from my journeys but I am struggling to determine what would be appropriate souvenirs from my travels.
A preview of some photos from our upcoming packing list blog for travelling with kids. (AKA How a family of five can travel with only two carry on bags.)
I have never been sure as to why this artifact is so fascinating to me, there is just a certain je ne sais quoi about it.
Looking out over the Argolic Gulf from the once mighty Palamidi Fortress, one wonders why so many people travel to the Greek Islands, yet in comparison so few travel to the Peloponnese.