Tag Archives: London

5 Magnificent Museums of Europe

With as much history as there is in Europe, it’s a marvel just to explore its world-renowned museums. If you’re planning an upcoming vacation to Florence, Paris, Athens, London, or…

Europe’s Best Christmas Markets

In winter, Europe comes alive with twinkling lights, festive songs, glistening snow, and alluring scents. But perhaps most festive part of Europe during the holidays are the Christkindlmarkts. This dose…

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Show Your Pride – International Edition

Love is universal, and Pride celebrations spread across the global and the calendar. Check out these Pride festivals, located in countries that celebrate same-sex marriage and welcome LGBT tourists for…

You Need to See Great Britain Now!

Now’s the time to book your dream trip to the UK. While England’s rich history, breathtaking countryside, and eclectic locals charm every traveler, its dramatically low prices means the U.S….

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Let’s Spend the Night Together: 5 Rock ‘n’ Roll Hotels

By Jed Hauck Elvis’ “Heartbreak Hotel”? Didn’t exist. The Eagles’ “Hotel California”? Pure fiction. The Stones’ “Memory Motel?” Well, it’s for real, and it’s in Montauk, New York, but it’s…

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London is a Foodie Paradise, Says Celebrity Chef

By Lisa Arcella Judy Joo is a French-trained Korean-American chef who lives in London. Her international pedigree has also led to a series on The Cooking Channel and a new…

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London’s Premium Tours and Adventures

Tally-ho! England is the first stop over from the States and lures guests with cheerful accents, fascinating museums, and world-class accommodations. Big Ben, Parliament, Buckingham Palace, Tower of London, and…

Egg-citing Things to Do This Easter

I told myself I wouldn’t write a blog and use “egg-” to start any of the titles, but there were just so many that came to mind when researching family-fun…

Europe’s Most Sought-Out Culinary Delights

By Meghan Brennan There are countless reasons to travel to Europe, and the food is only one – but it’s a big one. The Old World is home to some…

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Another Day at the Office: Battlefield Tours

By Susie Reese  Imagine taking a tour of World War I and World War II battlefields with a former protector of the British Royalty and academic historian. After working for…