Updated: 03/01/2018 | March 1st, 2018 Oxford, founded sometime during the ninth century, expanded during the Middle Ages as a center for learning—first for theology, then medicine, and then law. Over the centuries, the university has added more departments, and now you can study with the best and brightest in any field. The small city […]
Updated: 02/25/2018 | February 25th, 2018 After I left Salisbury, I headed to Cornwall, the farthest west you can go in England. The county is filled with farms, small towns (I stayed in Lostwithiel, population 3,000), and tiny fishing villages. I was visiting friends and excited to get into the countryside. Cornwall is usually referred […]
Updated: 02/02/2018 | February 2nd, 2018 Originally built centuries ago by the Romans as a spa / bath retreat, Bath is still one of the most beautiful, historic, and visited cities in England. The Romans came here when they invaded Britain because of the hot springs that bubble up from the earth. The local people […]
The sunny, wine-soaked Loire Valley in France has over 80 castles to choose from. I spent time in the region for my birthday exploring the area, drinking wine, and pretending these castles were mine. Here’s how you can do the same – and on a budget too!
Last month, I traveled through France again but this time with a theme: I’d explore it only using the sharing economy. I wanted to see if you could rely exclusively on the sharing economy websites for activities, transportation, and accommodation. I set out to find the local way of life – and to see if this was the best method of finding it.
With the perceived rise of terrorism and immigration issues in the news, many people are wondering if Europe is still a safe destination to travel to. Should you cancel your trip? The unfortunate reality is Europe is still probably safer than America! Find out why you shouldn’t let your fears hold you back.