Month: January 2019

Fairbanks, Alaska 2019

We celebrated my friend and I late/early birthday with a trip to Fairbank, Alaska. Yay!! In the beginning we were a little unsure if this was a good idea,mainly because it’s in January and we weren’t too sure what the weather would be like.…

Should You Visit the Top of the Rock or the Empire State Building When in NYC?

Originally posted on Living The Q Life:
The observation decks at both the Top of the Rock and at the Empire State Building offer incredible views of the city. If you have the time, we’d recommend going to both of them, but what if…

Mysterious Tiwanaku in Bolivia

Originally posted on Living The Q Life:
Walking through the ruins of Tiwanaku brings both a sense of fascination and yearning for more. This once great capital fills you with a sense of mystery, both because of the seemingly impossible building methods used by…

Siena

Originally posted on Ayla Boswell:
Siena is one of those cities where travelers go explore for a day when they are in the region. This is because it’s a smaller town with less to do than its neighbor Florence. During the Summer, it brings…

Day 2. Our first impressions of the capital of the Philippines – Manila

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
We had just over two hours to stretch our legs whilst in transit at Hong Kong airport. As it was early morning many of the airside shops and cafes had not yet opened so we settled for McDonalds where…

Day 1. Flying Cathay Pacific to the Philippines

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
It was a bright, sunny morning as I left my home to begin the first leg of my holiday. I met up with my son and we enjoyed a leisurely meal together in the centre of Manchester before continuing…

Bratislava

From its Old Town architecture to its burgeoning café culture, Bratislava is now becoming a must see destination for those travelling across Europe. We want to provide you with some of our favourite parts of Bratislava and give you some advice that will save…

Day 1.  The start of our Moscow adventure

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
The thought of standing in a snow carpeted Red Square on a cold winter’s day seemed appealing, so we booked a few days in Moscow.  It’s necessary to obtain a visa before arriving in Russia and this can dissuade…

Day 6. Our final day in Budapest

Originally posted on Love Travelling:
We enjoyed our final breakfast in the hotel’s beautifully appointed restaurant before gathering our belongings together and checking out. Our stay at the Hotel Nemzeti M Gallery by Sofitel had been lovely with courteous and attentive service, delicious food…

Do you know the Bishop of Norwich?

Originally posted on Salt of Portugal:
According to an old British tradition, vintage port wine is served in a decanter passed at the end of the meal from right to left. When someone forgets to pass the decanter, instead of saying. “Would you mind…

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