There more reasons to travel to Europe than we can count. Why? Its a destination like no other in the world. With scenery like the snow covered Bavarian Alps, ancient ruins
Booking our hotel in Prague this time I wanted to do something a little different and the Friday Hotel looked like it would fit the bill.
Driving up the steep cliffs to the hilltop village of Erice (pronounced Eh-ree-shay), you pray you don’t come face to face with a large tour bus coming around one of the sharp hairpin curves
We booked 69 Manin Street Deluxe B&B after checking out the reviews from past guests for our trip to Rome. Although it wasn’t the neighborhood I would normally stay in
Getting away from the hustle and bustle of a city is hard to do these days. Venice on the other hand is quiet, has almost no car traffic
When in Barcelona what is the first thing that comes to your mind? Is it the sandy beaches? Maybe its meandering down the Las Ramblas a mecca for street performers, outdoor cafe’s and shopping.
Why Europe? What is it about Europe that brings traveller’s back time and time again? For me I love getting lost in the history of the past there. Living in the U.S. anything over 200 years old are very few.
This was a special trip for my husband and I so for our stay in Cinque Terre I wanted to find a romantic room with ambiance and a view. There was no doubt we were staying in Vernazza but where?
Traveling to Europe is the trip of a lifetime. Where else can you take a dip in the crystal clear water of the Aegean Sea in the morning, climb up the ruins of Poseidon’s Temple then end with a night of Ouzo and greek dancing?
Paris is one of those intriguing cities you can visit a hundred times and something new every time you go. Maybe that’s part of the reason people come back year after year