Prague is a beautiful city, and after spending four days there I got just a taste of everything on offer. With so much history, stunning architecture and amazing Christmas markets - yes, it's coming up to that time again! - it is a great city to explore! Here are some of my favourite snaps from my… Continue reading Prague, Czech Republic
After 3 days in Prague, it was time to move on to our next city - Vienna. I'd booked an early train to try and make the most of our time in Vienna, and last minute packing meant we thought we were cutting it quite fine to get to the train station in time. I… Continue reading Time For Another Train: Heading to Vienna!
The joys of staying so close to the Old Town Hall meant it was a great excuse to wander through the Christmas market there each day. Although we’d attempted to have a good look at what was on offer the night before, the crowds got the best of us. So we were back to peruse… Continue reading Wrapping things up in Prague!
One of the perks of staying in a hotel next to a shopping centre is that we didn't have to go searching for breakfast. A few minutes after we'd left our room we were sitting with coffee and a croissant planning our day. Great start! Once the plan had been hatched, we made our way… Continue reading Prague | Crowds, Castles and Climbs
Up early, we were on the move again to a new city and a new country - Prague was calling us! Although we'd jumped in a taxi to the hotel from the train station, we didn't think it was actually that far to walk, so set out on the 20-minute walk with plenty of time… Continue reading Prague | Even more cobblestones!
16 days, 4 countries and a couple of backpacks. I have so many far-fetched and imaginative ideas that many remain just that, ideas. But this time my latest idea has actually come to life, and on Saturday my boyfriend and I will be setting off on our longest trip together for a couple of weeks… Continue reading It’s really happening?!
I get carried away when I'm planning a trip - I forget that travel takes time and that I personally prefer to travel slow and get a real feel for a place, rather than stop for a day and see just the high street. So when my boyfriend and I booked a couple of weeks… Continue reading The Plan – how hard can it be?