Some people will travel with friends and family to go on the traditional version of a vacation to have fun, do something exciting, or have a bonding experience. Other people may want to travel in order to find some peace of mind. And that is a little bit more challenging in some instances.
Way back in July, I was a guest at my friend’s wedding, who decided to get married at the wonderful Lake Bled in Slovenia. If you’ve never been, I can’t recommend it enough!
Forget the boys’ weekend away in Prague, with nothing but drunken slurs and tasteless bars. It’s time to show men what women are made of and give them a run for their money when it comes to a weekend you’ll never forget (or possibly struggle to remember).
To the fashionistas strutting their stuff to the everyday mom simply trying to look and feel her best on the go or on vacation, there are several items that every woman should have in their suitcase to ensure they have the perfect key essentials for any event when abroad or on vacation.
To take a successful tour of the world, you should have a comprehensive plan as well as an effective budget. It is very important to have prior knowledge of your destinations in order to come up with reasonable cost estimates. It is also important to secure your insurance and other financial affairs at home before going for your trip.
International travellers have long been aware that things could be a little… different at their destination, and Bangkok’s famed street food vendors do not fail to disappoint.
Food is what makes travel fun – trying things you’d never even dream of when you’re at home, which is why when I’m abroad I always ask for a local dish.
So, you have decided that you and your family deserve a world trip, but you have no idea where to start regarding saving the cash. No one ever said that it is going to be a “walk in the park”, it is going to take a bit of effort from your side, and the whole family can help by doing their bit to help you save.
Every major city in Europe houses at least one famous art gallery. With that in mind it’s hard to choose the best to visit if you want to spend your city break taking in as many art galleries as possible. From contemporary to classic art, we look at the six best European destinations for art galleries.