UK

Cafés and Culture in Cardiff

Consider adding a visit to Cardiff to experience the less rugged side of Wales Commonly associated with rugged landscapes and rugby players, there’s more to Wales than sweeping coastlines, strapping men and beautiful places to stay. The capital city, Cardiff, is an excellent choice for…

Where to Indulge in Edinburgh

Besides being a lovely place for sightseeing, Edinburgh is great place to travel because there are oh so many ways to indulge Although there are enough attractions to see when visiting Edinburgh to keep even the most demanding of sightseers occupied for weeks , there’s also plenty…

Visit Borough Market London

  A photo walk in London's Borough market: A foodies' favorite free thing to do in London I don't know when I heard or read about Borough Market London for the first time but I know it was in connection with Jamie Oliver, something along the…

A Wales Itinerary: Brecon Beacons, Snowdonia and Anglesey

Wondering what to do in Wales first, I decided my first stop were the Brecon Beacons, which include a National Park and are a paradise for those who love hiking and walking. A symphony of greens, blues, reds and browns rolls out before the eye, grassy moss giving way to more mountainous territory.

Visiting Edinburgh: a City of Two Halves

Grand and stately, fun and hip –  Visiting Edinburgh Edinburgh’s a city with more than one side. Scotland’s capital is a key fixture on the itinerary of most UK visitors, and given its mixture of history and vibrancy, it’s easy to see why. Divided in…

Lake Loch Ness: Plenty to See and No Hunting Required

There’s certainly something intriguing about the sterling depths of Lake Loch Ness. Reflected in its dark, frigid waters are the mysteries of the Scottish Highlands and the ghost stories of Scottish castles. I admit that although binoculars were the top item on my packing list for…

Visit Bath, UK: Modern Bath and Proper Tea

A visit to Bath, UK, in Somerset County, in its splendor throughout the ages On a Saturday evening in October, I was lounging in a rooftop pool watching the sunset over Bath Abbey. Yes, that’s right: Bath. In the UK – a country not exactly…