Author: Erik

Why Do We Become Book Worms On Our Holidays In The Sun?
By: Date: November 6, 2019 Categories: Travel Tips Tags:

Are you planning on getting away to enjoy some winter sun or, will you be waiting until the summer of 2020 before during a long beach or poolside holiday?   Whatever time of year you escape to the sun, books will probably take up a sizeable portion of your suitcase, right? It might sound a bit funny, but the reality is… many of us do actually turn into bookworms whilst kicking back in the sun. With our entertaining guide below, let’s…

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How You Can Get the ETIAS, the European Travel Waiver for the Schengen Area
By: Date: May 16, 2019 Categories: Europe,Travel Tips Tags: ,

Europe is simply beautiful. France, Italy, Spain, and other European states offer many interesting places to visit, including several World Heritage Sites. Making Europe a safer place to live, work or visit, is a primary concern for the EU. The ever-increasing number of travelers entering the Schengen border places considerable strain on border management authorities….

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5 Luxury Hotels Around the World
By: Date: March 21, 2019 Categories: Travel Tips Tags: ,

Art of bien vivre or passion for luxury at all costs? Whatever the motivation that drives you to spend a lot of money to stay one or more nights in a luxury hotel, it must be said that … if you can afford it, it is an absolutely acceptable dream. So why not dream a…

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Where To Spend Your Staycation This Summer: The Best Camping Spots In The UK
By: Date: February 7, 2019 Categories: Europe,United Kingdom Tags: , ,

With January finally coming to an end, many of us have been looking forward to warmer months and lighter evenings. The UK is becoming increasingly popular as a holiday destination for Brits who prefer a summer break without the high costs of airline travel. In fact, over 90% of us choose to take at least…

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The Most Extravagant Gardens On The Planet
By: Date: October 4, 2018 Categories: America,England,Europe,France,Netherlands,United States Tags: , , , , , ,

“If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need,” were apparently the powerful words of famous Roman, Cicero. But, while browsing bookshelves can indeed fulfilling, there’s not much that really compares to a garden’s natural beauty. The UK’s average garden is 50ft. long and plays home to 10 different types of…

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