There has never been a better time to visit the UK. The British Isles, home to the 2012 Olympic Games, are a Jewel in the Crown of Europe. Don't miss them!
The best places to Visit in Ireland. including do's and dont's, tips and advice. The best cities, castles, pubs, clubs, shops, flights and tourist attractions to visit.
A day in Rome, Italy: so much to see, and so little time. Highlights from my 24-hour stay in Rome, the capital of Italy. Sightseeing Rome in One Day: Walking Tour of Italy's Capital
Since enrolling in a local Welsh class five years ago we have come to realise that, although Welsh is an ancient language, it is still relevant today but like all languages has its own quirks.
The chateau or castle of Montbrun is on the Route of King Richard the Lionheart. It is near the village of Dournazac, Limousin near the Dordogne border. It is about thirty minutes from Les Trois Chenes Bed and Breakfast at Videix. The rich history and beautiful countryside, forests and lakes make...
La Rochelle is on the west coast of France. It's a pretty harbour town with a chilled atmosphere. There is a small airport and a railway station so getting there is easy.
In the article I provide an introduction to the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Beauty, one of the North of England's most beautiful protected areas. I offer practical advice and tips for anyone planning a visit and share some fantastic images of the Brimham Rocks and other interesting sights.
My visit to and review of Cheddar Gorge, a great place to visit in Somerset, England, famous for its caves and the world famous cheddar cheese; packed with photos, tourist information and map.
Thomas Tresham's 16th century 'Triangular Lodge' is intriguing ~ quite simply because it is, indeed, triangular. There are not too many three-sided buildings around! But there is more to it than that. Triangles permeate the building ~ equilateral triangles, that is. It is symbolic of Sir Thomas's...
Geneva is a city and canton in Switzerland. The city of Geneva, enclosing the western end of Lake Geneva, was the bastion of Protestantism in the 16th century under John Calvin. Between World Wars I and II it was