Head to the beach in Lithuania straight after a storm and you might just be lucky enough to nab yourself a few bits of amber washed up along the shoreline. It’s fossilised tree resin and has been found there, and many other places in the world, for thousands of years. I finally visited the capital, […]
This year’s Open House London will be on 22nd and 23rd September. There are a number of places that are only accessible by advance booking or via a ballot which will be released today, so check out the Open House site and keep an eye out for additional buildings being added in the coming weeks.
Updated – August 2018 Transportation in London is one of the most expensive in Europe. There are numerous options for getting around and these can be confusing to a regular in London. So how visitors are meant to work it all out, I do not know! This spost should give you a good overview
If you need a bite to eat whilst travelling in Spain, there’s little chance of not being able to find a restaurant, bar or cafe serving one of the country’s many snacks. Here are some you must try if you haven’t already.
As the capital of Andalucia, Seville does not disappoint; although I personally think that the number of sights isn’t varied enough for a city with such an extensive history. Perhaps the reason is simply due to so much being built on or buried under; and we can’t see it. So, 2 days in Seville is […]
Matryoshka dolls are a typical souvenir from Russia and with so many different colour combinations and themes it’s difficult to pick out that unique set to take home. These beautiful dolls are sold everywhere in Russia, so it’s important to consider the mass produced ones versus the hand painted creations. Some of the themes include […]