The Cour des Loges Hotel Review As hotels go, the Cour des Loges didn’t need [...]
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Blogging her way around the world, travel writer Abigail King offers a diverse selection of travel experiences through her blog Inside the Travel Lab.
The #DragonRoute ends – and the write-up begins Images and whispers dance through my mind, [...]
It was just before midnight. Our slow procession blinked past the checkpoint, wisps of hair [...]
It’s a powerful thing, culture shock. Neon lights, foreign voices, sizzling swine heads hanging on [...]
To see the cool side of Paris, see Mama Shelter. Forget the Eiffel Tower and ignore the Champs Elysees. The young, the weird and the beautiful wine, dine and, er, rendezvous in the 20th – and they make no apology for it.
Not long ago, I worked on a project called A Perfect Day in Berlin with British Airways for their shiny new Facebook App (see exhibit A if you’re just itching to know which six things I picked.)
Drunk with power, I put together an itinerary of the best way to spend 24 hours in the city and ignored my…
The London Bridge Hotel lives next to London’s record breaking The Shard and is only [...]
Berlin. The world seems to love you but I’m not quite sure why. I went, [...]
Yes, yes, I know. It is only October and here I am talking about Christmas. [...]
Do you love photography and want to get better at it? Are you already an accomplished photographer wondering about this new-fangled thing called blogging and social media? If so, these slides from last weekend’s presentation at the Royal Geographical Society in London may be of interest…
As a way of throwing money away this seemed to be a particularly pointless exercise. We were standing at the foot of the Tegelberg mountain
A non-descript side street, a stained white wall. Paint peeling from the window frames and sidelong glances from passersby.
It’s probably fair to say that I am one of the world’s worst sleepers. A dog barks outside, I’m awake. A baby cries, I’m up for the rest of the night.
Can you really trust your eyes when it comes to colour?
The last few years of careering around the globe have transformed me from the world’s worst packer into a lean, mean travel machine. Well, OK, a slim enough, friendly enough woman powered by chocolate, a list and a desk full of post-it notes.
Ah, London. According to some things I read, there’s nothing but high rise buildings, reams [...]
What should you do once you’ve seen the classics? With Big Ben, Westminster Abbey and
I arrived in style, travelling from the aged grandeur of Keleti Pu station in Budapest to the ultra-modern Vienna West
Warsaw. I’ve always thought it’s a shame about the name. Krakow, the first city in Poland I visited, sounds intriguing and edgy, a cracking
“Are you ready?” asks Christopher, a guide from the nearby village of Wieliczka. He’s cloaked in a long charcoal jacket and blowing on his hands to keep warm. For a giant-sized man, he uses a soft voice. “Because once we start, I will not be able to talk to you. And you will not be able to turn back.”
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