I live in Italy, in Rome. My family lives in the north. With the outbreak of the coronavirus, we find ourselves in the eye of the storm. It’s all incredibly calm. Streets are empty. Churches are empty. The cafes and
Under normal circumstances, many of us would choose to visit a beautiful place like Provence to enjoy some rest and rejuvenation in order to improve our Health & Wellbeing. In the midst of today’s Coronavirus pandemic, health concerns are an
With much of the world in lockdown right now, there is still no reason why we can’t use the time spent indoors to look forward to happier times. And there is little doubt that there will be a lot of
As things stand at the moment the travel industry has pretty much ground to a halt. Trying times, indeed. However the only constant thing is change and there will come a day when things return to normal, whatever normal is!
Atmospheric and spectacular, the Lofoten Islands in Norway are interconnected by winding roads and jaw-dropping fjords on the Norwegian Sea. Renowned for the welcoming locals and traditional fishing villages that dot the landscape in shades of red and yellow, this
By Paul Johnson on Mar 07, 2020 in Accommodation, Europe, Featured, Food and Drink, Going Out, Hotels, Ireland, Leisure Travel, Regions, Restaurants, Speciality Travel, Travel Miscellany, Western Europe Located just an hour’s drive from Dublin, Kilkea Castle is
Who has not visited and loved at least part of the home-country of Victor Hugo?You may have travelled Paris or driven through the blue lavender fields of Provence… maybe got excited opening the doors of the Loire Chateaux while (re)discovering
By Cindy McNaull on Mar 05, 2020 in Anguilla, Asia, Belize, Caribbean, Central America, Croatia, Eastern Europe, Europe, Greece, Guadeloupe, Hawaii, Italy, Leisure Travel, Massachusetts, North America, Regions, Spain, Speciality Travel, Thailand, USA, Western Europe In today’s fast
On Thursday 23rd April 2020, the city of Barcelona and the Autonomous Community of Catalonia will celebrate Sant Jordi. Otherwise known as Saint George, the Patron Saint of Catalonia has represented Barcelona and the surrounding area for hundreds of years.