One show is never enough... It is one of the most well-known institutions of New York City. At the top of everyone's must-do list's of New York, you can't go wrong with a Broadway show! There are a multitude of theatres in the city offering a variety of musicals, plays and other shows. It is … Continue reading Broadway Baby!
The Christmas festive season in Europe is a month long affair, where cities and towns alike embrace the Christmas spirit through markets, activities, and endless decorations. It is a rare time of year where carols are sung, calories aren't counted, and alcohol consumption is encouraged through the use of a reusable mug! Christmas in Europe … Continue reading Christmas Markets in Europe
Prague is a walk-through fairy-tale and the first city in Europe I ever visited. It is a medieval city filled with architectural treasures and, at Christmas time, a series of fantastic Christmas markets. I had two full days in Prague and in that time covered a lot of what this medieval city has to offer. … Continue reading Prague Highlights
I had more fun than the kids... It has always been a goal of mine to visit every Disneyland Park that exists and so after having done the US parks, I was extremely excited to be visiting Disneyland Paris. On an early grey morning in Paris I got on the train to the end of … Continue reading Paris Disneyland
Amsterdam was a wonderful city to visit. After a busy month touring Europe it was a perfect city to take in at a slower pace, following the spiralling canals off to interesting neighbourhoods and historical stopping points. Across the three days we had in Amsterdam we managed to cover most of the tourist highlights, however … Continue reading Amsterdam
Amsterdam is a quirky city filled with a series of things to see. Beyond the wonky houses and endless canals, the city of Amsterdam has a rich history that is displayed through various national treasures namely, the Anne Frank House. One of the most visited sites in Amsterdam is the former residence of Anne Frank. … Continue reading Anne Frank House
Day two of train touring across Switzerland led us firstly to Schaffhausen and Rhine Falls in the early morning. From Zurich the train ride up to Schaffhausen is about 40 minutes and the train station sits about a five minute walk away from the centre of the town. Schaffhausen, Switzerland Schaffhausen is a beautiful town … Continue reading Switzerland by Train (Day 2)