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Europe, Hidden Places

Today’s Idyllic Walk: The Small Village of Bibury, England

17 Oct , 2016  

Let’s go for a walk today through a countryside gem in England! Discover Bibury, a small village located in the hills of the eastern Cotswolds province. Besides the idyllic location, and a fresh green grass greeting you almost all year long, this place stands out thanks to its honey-colored stone buildings. You can reach the main street, […]

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Europe, Hidden Places

Seven Sisters Chalk Cliffs in England, An Epic Escape

21 May , 2012  

Seven Sisters are a series of chalk cliffs situated in East Sussex, between the towns of Seaford and Eastbourne in southern England. Usually, people confuse them with the White Cliffs of Dover, a more famous “picture to the sea”. Because of their impressive shapes and breathtaking views from the top of their peaks, in time, […]

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Crazy Accommodation

The House of Books: Gladstone’s Library Hotel, Wales

9 Jan , 2017  

Gladstone’s Library is a place where you can dive your thoughts into the richness of a beautiful Victorian Gothic edifice. This library hotel is located in the village of Hawarden, just eight miles away from the famous ‘walled city’ of Chester in northeast England. The reason why we are writing about Gladstone’s  Library is not […]


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Cultural Wanderlust: Four Less Known Original Museums in the UK

21 Jul , 2015  

If you’ve already explored the popular destinations in the United Kingdom such as the London Eye, Stone Henge, Windsor Castle, or Big Ben, you’re probably craving to point your compass to another tourist hotspot. For those who are experiencing a strong sense of wanderlust, another activity that you can do in the UK is to […]

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Sail Through Canals Soaked in a Warm Bath: The Hot Tug

20 Jun , 2014  

Peculiar enough to be memorable, a canal ride in The Netherlands inside an improvised bathtub is our idea of an unconventional traveling experience. The Hot Tug is the entertaining innovation of Supergoed’s designer Frank de Bruijn, who currently works on a barge in the port of Rotterdam. Simple, yet ingenious, the wood-fired hot tub allows travelers […]

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11 Coffee Houses in Europe with a Classical Taste for Culture

2 Dec , 2013  

“… it must be said that the Viennese coffeehouse is a particular institution which is not comparable to any other in the world. As a matter of fact, it is a democratic club to which admission costs the small price of a cup of coffee. Upon payment of this mite every guest can sit for […]


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Bringing Street Theatre to Its Rightful Proportions: Royal de Luxe [Video]

4 May , 2012  

Royal de Luxe is a French mechanical marionette street theatre company founded in 1979 by Jean Luc Courcoult. In its long existence, Royal de Luxe became one of the most famous performance companies, being associated with exceptional appearances and complex open-air theater stunning millions of people from all over the world. Photo by Philipp Guelland […]

Europe, Hidden Places

Top 3 Most Narrow Streets in Europe

26 Feb , 2011  

Being a huge fan of Brasov (a picturesque city in Romania), I subtly took great pride in thinking it had  the narrowest street in Europe (amongst 8643834658 other amazing things). But a quick research proved me wrong. Without any further ado, here are the top 3 most narrow streets in Europe: 3. Strada Sforii (“Rope […]

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The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling, a Crazy and Unusual Event

26 Feb , 2011  

The Cooper’s Hill Cheese-Rolling is a crazy annual event held at Cooper’s Hill, near Gloucester in the Cotswolds region of England. The event consists in a dangerous race with an absolute price, the cheese. It all starts when a round of Double Gloucester cheese is rolled from the top of Cooper’s Hill, and competitors race […]

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