An article in today’s Irish Times reminds us that travelers must always be careful when booking accommodations online. As with most things on the internet, scammers, hackers and others are always looking for ways to take your money – and holiday rentals are a big […]
Travel is for everyone, and even if you have a disability, you should make every effort to get out and see the world. Almost all of our content is our own, written by ourselves about our travels. But there will always be subjects we have not encountered, […]
Car Hire Companies are out of control! Need to hire a car in Europe? The state of the industry is terrible! Practically all the car hire companies won’t even rent to you unless you take their expensive extra insurance package. Or if […]
Historic Windsor Castle
We have always held that Windsor is like a little micro version of London. Windsor has great restaurants, lots of shopping, the river, the wonderful Windsor Royal Theatre and of course Windsor Castle. Some of almost everything you like about London can be found in […]
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It won’t take long for any visitor to Edinburgh to understand that this is one of the world’s great historical cities. And as you would expect from such a place, there is lots to see.
No visit is complete without a stroll down the Royal […]
If you want to get to the heart of Ireland, county Meath is the place. There are many ancient sights to see that can take you back, not just hundreds of years, but thousands. […]
Florence Court is an 18th century country house built by the Cole family and home of the Earls of Enniskillen until the mid-20th century. Although smaller than many of the houses of its time, there is no mistaking the Palladium underpinnings of the […]
Historic Enniskillen Castle is really two trips in one. The first part is all about the Gaelic Maguires and the castle, itself, which is over 600 years old. The other is about the military history of the local regiments that came from Enniskillen and […]
We spent most of the day at the Marble Arch Caves today and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The exhibition area prior to entering the caves details the story of how they were formed and also how they were found and explored. The caves themselves had a fun boat […]