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.
This week, I’m at the cottage enjoying the summer sun. I’ve been swimming, kayaking, and walking in the woods – and let me tell you – it’s been pure bliss. The truth is, after our rather cool spring was followed by a horrible heat wave during which air conditioning was required, I was starting to feel trapped inside. It just didn’t feel right! Turns out, it isn’t.
You’ve booked your summer getaway to a sun-drenched paradise, the time to make it onto that plane is nigh, and now all that’s left to do is the simple task of packing your suitcase.
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.
Winter weather can be the skin’s worst enemy. Not only can it cause itching and scratching, winter can make it dry, flaky, cracked, and sore. Not fun for anybody! Luckily, there are things you can do to make sure that your skin doesn’t get that far, by simply following a few do’s and don’ts. A little bit of effort is all you need to put in to have lovely looking skin all year round!
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.