With the summer bank holiday approaching next week, Rye is a very good idea for a day trip, far away from noisy London. It is only 2 hours drive, 1 hour by train with tickets starting from 30 GBP return or 3 hours by bus with tickets starting from 15 GBP return. The small… Continue reading Where to go this Bank Holiday? The city of Rye and Camber Sands
The second trip took place in July 2014 for another four days. We flew from London to Maastricht Aachen Airport and spent the first day in the university city of Maastricht located in the very south of the Netherlands. The city was inhabited uninterruptedly since Roman times and some claim it is the oldest city… Continue reading City break in Amsterdam – best things to do in Amsterdam Trip II and more
Whether you are looking for a fun trip with your friends, a cultural escapade or just a relaxing adventure, Amsterdam is the place. It is a “happy” and very diverse city. If you are planning to go there from London then you are in luck as Eurostar is planning to introduce a direct train… Continue reading City break in Amsterdam – best things to do in Amsterdam Trip I
Through the Romanian mountains… Enjoy © video: Cosmin Tomoioagă
Also known as Palma (palm in English) Pass, it is situated at 1100 meters above sea level between Sucevita and Ciumarna. It is the perfect spot for magnificent views in your way to UNESCO Sucevita Monastery or Moldovita Monastery.
Taking advantage of the Eurostar ticket offer of 2 for 1 museum tickets we decided to pay a visit to the National Portrait Gallery, Picasso Portraits Exhibition. The National Portrait Gallery is free to visit, but there are different exhibitions for which you need to pay. One ticket for the Picasso Exhibition was 17 GBP.… Continue reading Rainy day in London