Guernsey: Not Just Cows

Sark Carriage Ride The Little Chapel The tiny English island of Guernsey located in the Channel Islands off the coast of Normandy is a hidden travel destination. Our fifty minute flight from London Gatwick found us on an island that not only has Guernsey cows, but beautiful flowers and a history tied to World War […]

Loving Welsh Food

Cardiff Castle Welshcakes If looking for something different to do when visiting Cardiff, Wales, Loving Welsh Food Tours is a must. The four hour walking tour includes a tasting of a variety of Welsh foods and a boat ride along the River Taff. Along the way, our guide gave us an informative history of Cardiff. […]

There Is So Much More to England Than London

Sudley Gardens Sudley Gardens What does a garden, an abbey, a world renown university, and many pubs have in common? A visit to the English countryside known as the Cotswolds is a great retreat from the hustle and bustle of London. The Slaughters Country Inn in Lower Slaughter is a charming inn consisting of 31 […]

Frisco, Colorado: Your Base Camp to the Rockies

Frisco, CO | Photo Credit: Todd Powell Frisco, CO | Photo Credit: Todd Powell A tiny town with a population of 3,000, Frisco is an excellent location to explore the Colorado Rockies. Located 69 miles west of Denver off I-70, Frisco is easily accessible by car or shuttle. Peak 1 Express offers direct shuttles from […]

Southeast Asia Cruising on Avalon’s Siem Reap

River cruising in Southeast Asia brings you up close and personal with a primarily Buddhist population who have witnessed war in their lifetime, yet welcome international guests as they move forward with their lives.   After completing a land tour of Indochina, I experienced seven nights cruising from Saigon, Vietnam to Siem Reap, Cambodia aboard […]

Russia in Wintertime

Long Dark Nights, Magical Christmas Lights Winter Lights Traveling to Russia in the wintertime may seem a little out of the ordinary, however, traveling New Year’s week is something very special. Russia celebrates New Year’s Eve on December 31 and Russian Orthodox Christmas is always celebrated on January 07. A recent visit to St. Petersburg […]

Globetrotting in Southeast Asia:Laos

As a post tour after our Enchanting Vietnam and Cambodia tour, ten of us ventured on to Laos. Vientiane is the capital city.  Our guide, Saly, had to load our luggage via the back window of the little orange bus.  We then spend the day visiting many temples with amazing Buddas. on to The charming […]

Spending Your Day in Lower Manhattan

New York City has so many things to do in every neighborhood of the city with Midtown Manhattan featuring some of the most famous must-see attractions. However, downtown New York at the tip of Manhattan, is not to be overlooked. Of course, Ground Zero, the site of the World Trade Center is located here, now […]

An Austrian Adventure

Between the beautiful countryside, picturesque towns and bustling metropolitans, Austria is a diverse country that offers different types of journeys for all types of travelers. If you’ve ever been to Austria, then you know the hills really are alive with the sound of music. Julie Andrews gave us a peak into the gorgeous landscape and […]
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