Archive for 'Europe'
Posted on 23. Apr, 2013 by guest.
Winery writer Vivienne E. gives European travelers tips on making winery stops in Europe the highlight of your continental adventure.
Posted on 25. Mar, 2013 by Dany.
Our hearts go out to our friends and family in the northern hemisphere right now. Snow and below zero temperatures day after day at the end of March? When will this winter ever end and whatever happened to March going out like a lamb?! It’s even snowing in London, which only ever happened twice in [...]
Posted on 01. Mar, 2013 by Jess.
Three years now. Whenever we mention how long we have been traveling, this measurement has a second meaning as well. It means it has been three years since we have been back in Britain. After living there for over four years, it’s hard to believe that we left and never went back. But we’re starting to [...]
Posted on 29. Jan, 2013 by Dany.
There is no better way to see France than by rail – it’s more affordable and easier to enjoy the gorgeous views, so we have put together our our top five train journeys in France.
Posted on 09. Jan, 2013 by guest.
When you think of Geneva, you might not think of festivals, but throughout the year there is much more to the Swiss city than museums and learning about the reformation. Read on to find out just how festive Geneva can get!
Posted on 11. Dec, 2012 by guest.
Only a thirty minute drive from Callais’ ferry port, Boulogne-Sur-Mer makes for a perfect getaway from England to France to enjoy French wines and seafood.