I’ve visited Dublin twice – once with my family and once with my best friend. The city is so beautiful – I find it to be much like Glasgow: green, full of friendly people, and best of all full of pubs. The famous Temple Bar is not to be missed – the atmosphere is electric, … More Dublin, Ireland
Edinburgh is one of my favourite cities in Europe. Although only around 50 miles separates them, it’s worlds away from Glasgow. Rich in history and architecture, it is a must see for anyone visiting Scotland. Princes Street is great for shopping, high street and designer, whereas Grassmarket is excellent for vintage shopping. The Royal Mile … More Edinburgh, Scotland
Full post still to be written. For a review of where to stay in Fort William, click here.
Of all the places we have visited in the world, Paul and I have never spent a day sightseeing in Glasgow. While we’re staying at home this summer, we’ve decided to spend some time seeing more of our wonderful city. Here’s some photographs of our trips to parts of the East and West ends of … More Glasgow, Scotland
During our three day trip to Budapest, we spent one of the days travelling to and from and in Vienna. We only had around 8 hours in the city, so we were limited with what we could see and where we could go. We got the train from Budapest Keleti which, thankfully, was across the … More Vienna, Austria
There’s little to nothing about Vienna that I don’t adore. Last time we visited, on a day trip from Budapest, we only had a few hours to cram in as much as possible. It was cold, raining and we were both a little grumpy thanks to a 5am start to the day. I remember being marvelled … More Vienna, Austria