Verona TD

7 Sights To Make You Fall In Love With Verona

Romeo, Romeo, where for art thou Romeo? Well, it's safe to say I didn't find Romeo among the throng of tourists that waited patiently - and not so patiently - to take their place on the infamous Juliet's balcony, but I certainly fell in love with the city that plays host to Shakespeare's famous Romeo and Juliet.… Continue reading 7 Sights To Make You Fall In Love With Verona

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Bath

Postcards from…Roman Baths

A visit to Bath isn't complete without a tour of the Roman Baths. Full of history and the place that gave the city its name, the Roman Baths are well worth taking the time to tour the complex. Before visiting, I was told the tour would take about an hour and was under the impression… Continue reading Postcards from…Roman Baths

Bath

Bath | Roman Ruins and Big Baths

Spontaneity is fun, but hard to fit in when every day seems to be super busy and planned so far in advance. So last week when my boyfriend suggested we head to the British city of Bath two days later, I jumped at the chance. A quick search for an available hotel, a sharp intake… Continue reading Bath | Roman Ruins and Big Baths

Postcards, Ramsgate

Postcard from…Ramsgate Harbour

The seaside town of Ramsgate is the perfect weekend escape from London. Within minutes of wandering along the boat-filled harbour, the stress of the week melts away and you're ready to just...relax. There's a bit of something for everyone, with a sandy beach, plenty of pubs and restaurants and the seaside staple: amusement arcades! Aside… Continue reading Postcard from…Ramsgate Harbour

Europe, Travel Planning

How To: Travel Europe By Train

My love of travelling by train has been growing steadily over the past few years since I first took the Eurostar to Paris. I’m not a great fan of flying, and initially took the train to Paris in the hopes I’d get to visit somewhere without having to board a plane. Before then, the longest… Continue reading How To: Travel Europe By Train

frankfurt, Hotel Review

Adina Aparthotel, Frankfurt

Frankfurt is a city that never ranked high in my to-visit list, and when trying to find things to see and do there it never really grabbed my attention in the way many other German cities have. But, when faced with cheap flights from there to Iceland, I couldn't turn down the opportunity to explore… Continue reading Adina Aparthotel, Frankfurt

Postcards, Venice

Postcards from…Venice

Venice was my first introduction to Italy, a country I have been wanting to visit for years. There was a high expectation of something amazing as I touched down in the city, and the four days I spent there definitely lived up to everything I hoped it would be and more. I picked up three postcards from Venice,… Continue reading Postcards from…Venice

Hotel Review, Iceland

Reykjavik4you Apartments, Reykjavik

Iceland is a country with a serious price tag, there's no getting away from that. But the price tag is completely worth it when you get to experience the beauty of the country as unique as Iceland! Whether you stay in Reykjavik as a base for excursions, or you are road tripping around the island… Continue reading Reykjavik4you Apartments, Reykjavik

Iceland

Iceland | Exploring Reykjavik

After a fun couple or weeks exploring Europe, we'd finally come to the last day of our epic trip. And what better way to start the day than with an almighty bang at 5am! We both woke with a jolt, and I rushed to the window thinking a car had crashed into our building. With… Continue reading Iceland | Exploring Reykjavik

Iceland

Iceland | A Tour Of The Golden Circle

An early start by Icelandic standards, we were up and out before dawn - although the fact dawn was after 10.30am made it much easier. Satnav set, roads checked, snacks packed and we were on our way to our first stop of the Golden Circle...Þingvellir National Park! One perk of hiring a car is that… Continue reading Iceland | A Tour Of The Golden Circle