Seville is a great city for exploring but also for eating and drinking. The tortillas are delicious, the churros fluffy, and the drinks cold.
We ate patatas bravas for the first time in Barcelona. It was in a little restaurant in Poblenou called El 58. We didn't know what to expect, we just liked the name "The Brave Potatoes". We were instantly hooked by
I fell in love with Óbidos on a sunlit afternoon. It was a stop on the way to Porto so that we could do the Berlengas Islands. I didn't want to stay here; I wanted to go to Porto or
Porto is one of those magical cities that draws all sorts of travellers with its eclectic attractions and relaxed vibe. Make sure you search out the blue tiles of the city; watch the sunset over the Luis I Bridge with
Scotland is the perfect country to road trip. It's small with many places to stop and explore and stunning vistas over lochs and mountains. Below are some stops to make along the way.
Edinburgh is a beautiful city full of history, Harry Potter, kilts, and great food. It's multi cultural and easy to walk around, and well worth a stop on any Scottish Itinerary. Here's some of my top picks for a quick
Fallas Festival is something I'd never heard of until I moved to Spain. Now that I've been I can hardly believe it's not internationally famous, it's one of the best festivals that I've experienced. To give you a quick sinopsis,
Tromsø has some of the best places to eat above the arctic circle. The town has been nicknamed the Paris of the North, because of its bustling nightlife and award-winning restaurants. This guide is all about the best places to
We decided that we wanted to try and see the Northern Lights, so I google "best places" and came up with Tromsø in Norway. Tromsø is known as the home of the Northern Lights and the Paris of the North,
Road trips are such a fun way to see a country. You get to sit back and watch the new world go by while listening to music and talking about random topics, or in our case trying to practice our