Lovers of art and architecture will find Glasgow rich in wonderful examples of both. The perfect destination for a short culture break, the city is a great place to head at any time of year. Number one on any culture vulture’s must do list is the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum. As Scotland’s most visited… Read More »Art and Architecture in Glasgow
If there’s one country that’s guaranteed to provide something for everyone, it’s Italy. With historic sites and plump stone statues at every turn, a delicious pizzeria on every corner, breathtaking mountains and an admirable sunshine record, holidays in Italy are hot stuff. Whatever your favourite style of getaway – whether it’s all inclusive holidays, a… Read More »Exploring Italy – What does it offer?
During my stay in Bologna for the Emilia Romagna #blogville project I got to attend a pasta making course at Casa Artusi in Forlimpopoli. Whilst I throw loads of plaudits at Thai cuisine, Italian comes in a very close second as some of my favourite food to eat. So I was very excited to have… Read More »Pasta making at Casa Artusi – Forlimpopoli
After writing a few posts about Europe’s crazy night life in Ios and the best beach parties in Europe I thought it was only fair I looked at the quieter type of life that can be found on these islands. In particular the famed party paradise of Ibiza. I have had a colleague write the… Read More »Ibiza Retreat – the quiet side of the island
I love getting to know a new city especially when I have no expectations and have no plans. For me the best way to explore a city is to not bother with a map, ignore the tourist attractions, wander aimlessly, soak up the atmosphere of local life and watch the comings and goings of the… Read More »Getting to know Bologna