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Where to Find The Best Skiing in Germany

Where to Find The Best Skiing in Germany

Winter sports are huge in Germany. If you’re a fan of German cuisine, beer and schnapps and want to book your ski chalet in Germany, there is much more to German skiing than the large Alpine resorts of the northernmost slopes of the Alps. Bavarian Chalet GermanyIf high-speed lifts and comfortable Apres-ski lounges are what you seek, then head to the Austro-German border in Bavaria. If you’d prefer smaller resorts with cheaper passes and less people, Germany has a lot to offer.

December 7, 2011 | By | Reply More
5 Must-Do Sightseeing Activities in Edinburgh Scotland

5 Must-Do Sightseeing Activities in Edinburgh Scotland

Anyone who thinks of Edinburgh is likely to first associate it with the regular and fantastic festivals, which the city does a great job of organizing and hosting each year. For many people this is the only reason to visit the city, but there is a lot more to Edinburgh and many reasons to seek […]

December 5, 2011 | By | Reply More
Dazzling London Theatre Performances At Christmas Time

Dazzling London Theatre Performances At Christmas Time

Winter is the perfect time to visit the ‘big smoke’ with the numerous shopping streets selling everything from sweaters to mulled wine, and for its historic and infamous Theatreland. The options of shows are boundless, with classic musicals such as Wicked, Billy Elliot and The Phantom of the Opera being permanent fixtures in the city, as well as long-lasting plays like Mousetrap and The Woman In Black. If you are looking to see a show that is directly geared towards Christmas, however, then here are some to check out.

November 28, 2011 | By | Reply More
Postcard From Paphos – Top Reasons to Put This Destination on Your Wish List

Postcard From Paphos – Top Reasons to Put This Destination on Your Wish List

What do you look for in a holiday? A 5 star resort with heated swimming pools and an exotic bar open 24 hours a day? Everybody is different, but whatever your idea of a good holiday is, consider a visit to Paphos. Here are top reasons to whet your appetite

November 24, 2011 | By | Reply More
Traveler’s Guide To Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Dublin

Traveler’s Guide To Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Dublin

If you’re the type of thrifty traveler who seeks out good nosh then you’ll be delighted to discover there are some great low-cost vegetarian with vegan option restaurants that range from fast food to deli-style to sit down brunches. Some cafes grow their own organic produce and feature vegetarian cuisine from all over the world. […]

November 21, 2011 | By | Reply More
Three Major Airlines Put Europe On Sale

Three Major Airlines Put Europe On Sale

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of their joint transatlantic partnership, British Airways, American Airlines and Iberia Airlines have launched a terrific winter sale. British Airways is quoting fares as low as $86* round-trip from New York (and major east coast airports) to London.

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Favorite Honeymoon Beach Destinations in Europe

Favorite Honeymoon Beach Destinations in Europe

Many couples are looking forward to their honeymoon in a distant location. One of the best experiences for celebrating a honeymoon is by getting close to the sea. The beauty of the beach along with the serene location is the best place for the couples to be together and bond. Here are some great beach honeymoon destinations in Europe.

October 31, 2011 | By | Reply More
5 of the World’s Most Unusual Budget Hotels

5 of the World’s Most Unusual Budget Hotels

If you are tired of the run-of-the-mill hotel chains which make up a sizable chunk of the budget to mid-range hotel sector, there are a number of ways you can give your vacation the edge but still get a bargain by staying in an unusual cheap hotel.

October 24, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
Golfing in Ireland and Scotland Has Never Been Easier or More Affordable

Golfing in Ireland and Scotland Has Never Been Easier or More Affordable

Most golf enthusiasts have one common day-dream, to play golf once in their lifetime on legendary courses in Ireland and Scotland.  Perhaps nowhere else on earth is the love of  golf more prevalent than in the British Isles where the game of golf was invented.  Long-time provider of affordable travel to Ireland and Scotland, Sceptre […]

October 20, 2011 | By | Reply More
Dining In Paris Gets Even More Exciting During National Food Festival WeekThis Week

Dining In Paris Gets Even More Exciting During National Food Festival WeekThis Week

France is about to launch its very first national food festival. In celebration of the abundance of exquisite local ingredients available throughout France in the fall, restaurants in Paris and all across the country will introduce Restaurant Week menus beginning on September 19th.

September 19, 2011 | By | Reply More
A Newcomers Guide To River Cruising

A Newcomers Guide To River Cruising

A river cruise offers a very unique way of travelling. The Ships are much smaller than their ocean-bound counterparts, with an average sized river ship carrying around 150 passengers, giving you the opportunity to soak up scenery that cruise liners simply cannot access.

August 9, 2011 | By | Reply More
Six New Travel Apps To Save Time and Money

Six New Travel Apps To Save Time and Money

The number of Travel Apps being introduced to the mobile marketplace is astounding. It seems every day our ‘Wicked Good’ email box is filled with news of Apps just begging for a try out.  Since neither Linda or I have an iPhone, we usually have to wait for the Android and Blackberry version to come along – which means […]

August 1, 2011 | By | 1 Reply More
12 Fascinating Sites To Visit In York, England

12 Fascinating Sites To Visit In York, England

In the city of York, with its colourful and fascinating history and wealth of attractions, it can be difficult to know what to visit first. A good place for art lovers to begin exploring York, is Tower Street, where both established and promising artists exhibit their work every six weeks.

July 21, 2011 | By | Reply More
5 Outragous Destinations for a Stag (Bachelor Party) Weekend

5 Outragous Destinations for a Stag (Bachelor Party) Weekend

If you’re planning a stag weekend (a.k.a bachelor party), you want it to be a once in a lifetime experience. Don’t bother following the crowd and visiting the same destinations, hitting up the same bars and beaches as all your friends have. You only get married once–so make your stag weekend unforgettable!

July 6, 2011 | By | Reply More
What To Do In Lisbon – Travelers’ Recommendations

What To Do In Lisbon – Travelers’ Recommendations

Lisbon is a great city for walking although there are some steep hills. We took a half day private guided walking tour around the central city, Baixa, and the old Moorish district, Alfama, with www.LisbonExplorer.com . Our guide was excellent, speaking perfect English and giving us a good orientation to the neighborhoods around our hotel along with a lot of insights not found in guidebooks.

July 1, 2011 | By | Reply More
Take A Ferry-Cruise From England To Holland, Belgium and Beyond

Take A Ferry-Cruise From England To Holland, Belgium and Beyond

Being an island nation our seafaring past is still evident in our ferry ports and the numbers of people who choose to travel to the continent by ferry. The ferries are used for day trips to the continent, two night mini cruise getaways, or simply to transport holidaymakers and their cars across the sea ready for the onward journey to their holiday destination. Travelers going to Holland, Belgium, Germany and even further inland into Europe can do so from Hull.

June 1, 2011 | By | Reply More
Don’t Eat Cucumbers in Germany This Summer!

Don’t Eat Cucumbers in Germany This Summer!

Caution:  We’ve just read a report that Germany is in the grips of a large and dangerous E. coli outbreak that has already infected over 1,000 people and has resulted in at least 18 deaths.    It is expected that E. coli infections will continue to spread throughout Europe and that more deaths are likely. Cucumbers […]

May 31, 2011 | By | Reply More
Dramatic, Secluded Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast Inns

Dramatic, Secluded Lighthouse Bed and Breakfast Inns

Dramatic lighthouse accommodations dot the coastline along the east and west of the United States and along the shore of the Great Lakes.  Imagine wandering along a craggy coast this summer and staying at an historic lighthouse that’s been turned into a charming Lighthouse Keepers Inn or captivating Bed & Breakfast.  Fascinating Lighthouse Inns can […]

May 28, 2011 | By | Reply More
New Source for All Inclusive Europe Vacations

New Source for All Inclusive Europe Vacations

We’ve found a great UK company that is specializing in convenient, budget friendly all inclusive vacations for Europe and beyond.   FirstChoice.co.uk is the first mainstream travel company to offer all its hotels and resorts on an all-inclusive basis. There is no doubt that all-inclusive vacations are becoming increasingly more popular as vacationers realize how stress […]

May 26, 2011 | By | Reply More
Lively Liverpool Makes A Great City Break Destination

Lively Liverpool Makes A Great City Break Destination

If you’re thinking of heading to the UK and exploring beyond London, why not visit one of the most famous cities in the world – Liverpool? Situated in the North West of England, Liverpool is a two hour train ride from London, and is definitely worth the journey.

May 25, 2011 | By | Reply More