Athens: Tips & Quick Facts

Chances are if you are cruising in the eastern Mediterranean you will either embark or debark in Piraeus, Greece, or visit there as a port of call on your itinerary. Piraeus is the port to Athens and though there are sights to see and many museums in this place, Athens is where you want to go

Athens: Tips & Quick Facts2020-01-21T16:35:22+00:00

London Attractions

There are certain cities that everyone should visit at least once in a lifetime. London, England is one of them. A day or two’s sojourn won’t do this place justice though perhaps you will see a few highlights, enough to whet your appetite to return. To get the real flavour of the city...

London Attractions2019-12-31T20:09:49+00:00

Charming Croatia

Croatia lies in a cluster of small countries on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. It not only sports a long coastline, but it extends inland to border the countries of Hungary, Slovenia, and Serbia. For this reason, you can visit ...

Charming Croatia2019-10-22T18:25:58+00:00

Winters in Portugal

Portugal in winter is almost a best-kept secret, unless you are European (especially British.) The British have been coming to this country and to Spain in the colder winter months to enjoy the sunshine for years. If you are looking for a winter stay ...

Winters in Portugal2019-09-16T18:51:11+00:00

Sydney, Australia

So you are travelling to Sydney Australia. Great! Here are some things you should not miss when you are in the city. A) The Rocks Markets – “The Rocks” is actually an area of the city centre known for historic buildings, and tourism. Here you will find hotels, ...

Sydney, Australia2019-08-07T15:14:43+00:00

Madeira

Madeira is an archipelago situated in the Atlantic Ocean about 500 kilometers from land, in this case the continent of Africa. It’s about a thousand or so miles south from Portugal.

Madeira2019-07-08T14:20:49+00:00

Guernsey, a Channel Island

Guernsey is the second largest of the Channel Islands lying off the coast of France in the Bay of St. Malo but remarkably British, and British for a very long time, ever since it became part of the Duchy of Normandy and later governed by William the Conqueror.

Guernsey, a Channel Island2019-04-11T15:24:20+00:00