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51. A Perfect Visit to Pisa on a Day Trip from Florence
November 16, 2021

Pisa is one of the most famous cities in Italy, yet many people don’t get beyond the story of its iconic and much-photographed ‘Leaning Tower’. While it has become world renowned for that particular piece of precarious architecture, there’s so much more to this beautiful city than just that. For many years it was a major power in Italy’s history, and its heritage as a centre for education endures and drives the modern-day local economy, along with tourism. The centre of the city is compact and very accessible, so it’s easily explored on a day trip from Florence. A word of advice, however: ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

52. The Étang de Thau: A French Barge Holiday Destination
October 18, 2021

If you’re looking for your next French barge holiday destination and are not quite sure where to go, why not take a closer inspection of The Étang de Thau? Sometimes known as the Bassin de Thau, it is a salt water lagoon, 21km long and 8km wide and a wonderful place on which to enjoy a luxury barging holiday. Introducing The Étang de Thau The Fishing Most of the towns and villages here focus on fishing and seafood provision. The lagoon is open to the sea and is therefore well stocked with fish, such as bream and sea bass. The most economically important of the shellfish farmed ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

53. Introducing French Markets: You’ll Visit Many on a French Canal Holiday
October 18, 2021

In France, the concept of the market is still one that retains its traditional ethos. Unlike in the UK and the USA where local outdoor shopping events have been revived and renamed ‘farmers’ markets’, the French had no need to reinvent the idea. These events are intrinsically linked to the culture, and on any French canal holiday you will have the privilege of experiencing at least one, and possibly many more. Introducing the Markets The outdoor shopping concept is an integral part of France’s focus on good eating, and most sell a wonderful array of fresh fruit and vegetables as wel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

54. Barge holidays in France with a DIfference: An Art Themed Cruise
October 18, 2021

Barge holidays in France come in many guises. Once you’ve chosen your region and your waterway, did you know that you can also choose to add a theme into your trip? One of the most popular options on barge holidays in France is art. Hardly surprising when you consider the number of wonderful French painters we have come to be inspired by. But how does an art themed cruise differ from a regular one? To give you an idea, here is an example itinerary of an art cruise on the Canal du Midi. The first day is all about meeting your crew in Marseillan and getting to know your vessel. You’ll ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

55. A Typical Day on a Barge Holiday in France
October 18, 2021

Are you finally planning that much-wanted barge holiday? France is one of the most popular destinations (although they also run in the UK and other great European locations), and now the world is opening up again, it’s the ideal time to get those travel plans finalised! While many guests are returning travellers (because, be warned, once you’ve tried a barge holiday, France will tempt you back time and time again), for first-timers it can be a little daunting if you have no idea of what to expect. Of course every itinerary is different, but we’ve put together what a ‘typical’ day might lo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

56. Unique Holiday Ideas: Barging Holidays in France
October 18, 2021

Now more than ever we’re looking to maximise our precious leisure time and make the most of our travel experiences. With the ethos of ‘slow travel’ working its way into the mainstream, some of the more unique holiday ideas are becoming increasingly popular. One of these is the barging holiday concept, which allows guests to stay on board a luxury hotel barge and cruise the waterways of France (and other great destinations) at a leisurely pace. If you’ve never considered this kind of trip, read on to get an idea of what it’s all about and why this unique holiday experience is gaining fans ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

57. What to Expect from a Barging Hotel
October 18, 2021

For anyone who hasn’t yet experienced the delights of a barging holiday, it might be hard to know what to expect from this kind of ‘slow travel’ experience. Nothing beats a personal recommendation, so if you’re unsure, do go and read some testimonials for the company you’re considering. But it can also help to get to know a little about the actual vessels themselves, because it might come as a bit of a surprise that, while there are certainly different classes, they don’t earn their name as a ‘barging hotel’ for nothing. What is a Barging Hotel? The term is one of those things that de... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

58. Summer in Cinque Terre: How to Avoid Some of the Crowds
October 18, 2021

Most people understand that summer in Cinque Terre can be hot, busy and somewhat hectic. The place is a UNESCO World Heritage site, after all, and most people take their holidays during the school break (perhaps you do too). But does this make summer a bad time to go? Of course not! If you’re keen to experience this wonderful place, and are happy to manage your expectations, you should most definitely go ahead and plan your trip. Here are some tips to help you make the most of your summer in Cinque Terre: Get up and go! Exploring early means you’ll avoid the heat and most of the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

59. Cinque Terre Weather: Planning Your Visit
October 18, 2021

When you’re considering the Cinque Terre weather and the best time to visit the wonderful UNESCO World Heritage region, it really does come down to what exactly you want to do during your stay. Many agree that the best times to visit for the most pleasant temperatures are April, May, September and October, but the place is equally beautiful at any time of year. Here we look at the activities visitors may want to do in the region and the best time to visit based on the climate. Hiking the Blue Trail (Cinque Terre Trail) This trail is the very reason that many people visit this wo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

60. Autumn in Cinque Terre: What to Know Before You Go
October 18, 2021

There’s never a wrong time to visit Italy and anyone who’s experienced the culture, history, art, landscape and food of the country knows there’s something to enjoy throughout the year. Each season has its own personality and highlights, so it’s up to you when you think is most suitable for a holiday based on your personal circumstances. Of course budget and time constraints are probably the main factors, but there are also numerous other considerations, including availability of flights and accommodation and the timing of events or activities. For those planning a trip to one of the most... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

61. That’s Amore: A Romantic Break to Cinque Terre
October 18, 2021

The Cinque Terre, in Italy, could be one of the most romantic places in the world; the coastal trail that links the five villages that cling to the side of the cliffs is even called the Via dell’Amore – the Way of Love. If you’re feeling the need for a little romance in your life, a visit to this magical region is something that will remain in your heart and mind forever. Here’s how to maximise the romance… Check the Weather There’s really no wrong time to take a romantic holiday, is there? But, having said that, when you’re looking at the best time to visit Cinque Terre there ar... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

62. La Plagne: A Perfect Resort for a Beginner’s Ski Break
October 12, 2021

La Plagne is a wonderful resort for a ski break. Perfectly located for excellent snow conditions and home to some fabulous accommodation, bars, restaurants and other facilities, it has everything you need for an amazing week away. But what if you’re a beginner and feeling a little daunted about what to expect? Your friends may have been before and are full of excitement about how they are going to spend their days exploring the mountain, tackling the black runs and enjoying the snow parks, while you, on the other hand, can barely even consider putting on a ski boot! Don’t worry, La Plagne... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

63. The Best Upcoming Events in La Plagne
October 12, 2021

When it comes to ski resorts, it’s fairly hard to beat the fabulous La Plagne. Part of the huge French Tarentaise Valley collection of resorts, it’s one of the most popular places in Europe to ski – and it’s no surprise why. With fantastic facilities, great snow cover and a network of interconnecting slopes to suit everyone from beginner to absolute powder hound, there’s a lot to love! Booking into one of the many excellent catered ski chalets La Plagne has to offer puts you on the doorstep of pure holiday heaven. Depending on when you visit, the resort (and surrounding area) has a long l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

64. Where To Find Ideas For Tattoos For Men
October 10, 2021

When you think about the idea of tattoos for men, what comes to mind? Is it skulls? How about dragons? Maybe scantily-clad women holding swords? Heck, why not go for the ultimate manly hat-trick of a scantily-clad woman holding a sword in one hand, a skull in the other, all while riding a dragon! No matter which way you look at it, though, the notion of ‘tattoos for men’ is full of bravado & machismo, and always has been. You could even go so far as to say it’s very alpha male in nature. That is, if you think ‘alpha males’ is a thing. It’s not. There’s already a word for it — jerks. In tr... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

65. How I Found Great Tattoo Shops Near Me
October 10, 2021

When it comes to getting a new bit of custom ink, I don’t worry much about the process. Why? Well, I’ve taken the time & made the effort to find the best tattoo shops near me. This little bit of homework has been great in so much as it’s given me peace of mind every time I walk in the door at one of these locations. I don’t have to worry if I’m getting raked over the coals in terms of price. Staff is friendly & they love talking shop. Best of all, when I walk out with a new piece, I know I’m walking away with a killer tattoo every single time. Not a lot of people can say that about their ... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

66. Five Things To Ask Before Asking About Tattoo Prices
September 17, 2021

There are usually two reactions you can have to seeing someone with a lot of tattoos on their body: “Wow! That looks so cool! I really wish I could do something like that.” “Wow! That looks so cool…and, dang, that must have cost so much money!” It’s the latter reaction that brings to mind the notion of tattoo prices & the world of body art. Any time you bring up the idea of some kind of monetary exchange for something considered ‘art’, there’s going to be some tension. For some, tattoos are the height of body art, using the ultimate medium (the human body) and turning it into so... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

67. 5 Questions and Answers About a Barge Trip in France
September 16, 2021

If you’re thinking of booking a barge trip in France, congratulations on choosing one of the most authentic, fun and relaxing ways to explore the gorgeous countryside! While of course there are many people who have already discovered what makes this kind of travel so appealing, first-timers who’ve never been on a barge trip in France may have lots of questions. The best way to make sure you know what to expect is to firstly book with a reputable operator and, secondly, speak with them before your scheduled departure if you have any questions about the details. There are, though, some more... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

68. What You’ll Love About a French Barge Trip
September 16, 2021

We’re all individuals, so the things we love (and hate) about holidays will be completely different depending on who you ask. On one kind of ‘slow travel’ experience, however, there are certain things that come up time and time again in response to the question: ‘what did you love about it?’ A French barge trip has so many positives it’s difficult to narrow down the top things that make the experience so wonderful, but let’s give it try! Here are the most-cited reasons people absolutely loved their French barge trip. The Accommodation These wonderful vessels offer something... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

69. 4 Kinds of Travellers that Love a French Barge Trip
September 16, 2021

Now more than ever travellers are looking for a meaningful kind of holiday: one that will not only allow for complete relaxation away from the stresses of modern life, but also one that will afford a genuine insight into a different culture. A French barge trip offers both those aspects in abundance, plus a whole lot more – making them more and more popular with a range of different people. If you’re considering a French barge trip for your next break, you might be wondering who else this kind of holiday appeals to. Here are just four kinds of people we know absolutely love the idea of th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

70. An Essential Guide to Corniglia: Cinque Terre’s HIdden Gem
September 16, 2021

Ah Corniglia: Cinque Terre’s answer to paradise. Perched atop a hill, this is the smallest of the five villages that make up this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site - and, arguably, the least visited. The reason for this is by no means because a visit isn’t justified (as it most certainly is), but more likely because the walk up to the village puts some people off. But actually, the fact that the village is less crowded is one of its most appealing features. For those who do venture up to Corniglia, Cinque Terre’s hidden gem, there is so much to discover. An Essential Guide T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

71. The Cinque Terre Towns: Seven Fascinating Facts
September 16, 2021

Look at any travel mag and somewhere along the line they will have featured the amazing Cinque Terre on Italy’s western coast. It is nothing short of stunning and well deserving of its status as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visitors flock in their thousands every year to experience a tiny piece of this incredible area offers, but if you haven't yet been (or indeed have, but are thinking of going again), here are a few fascinating facts to bear in mind that might help you plan your trip, or just appreciate the place from a new perspective. 1 A Collection of Villages Despite being re... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

72. The Cinque Terre Weather: Season by Season
September 16, 2021

One of the most stunning places in Italy, the Cinque Terre, with its rugged coastline and dramatic cliffs, is home to five of the most gorgeous villages you’ll ever see. Perched somewhat precariously, the tiny hamlets have been here for centuries and every year people flock to experience all this lovely area has to offer. Providing the discerning visitor with everything from boating, hiking and dining, to exploring, sunbathing and swimming, the region makes for a wonderful day trip, especially if you're staying in Florence. But, when planning your visit you may want to know exactly what ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

73. Cruising in France: Options for the Solo Traveller
August 19, 2021

When it comes to exploring the delights of France, barge trip holidays are one of the most enjoyable, relaxing and genuinely fulfilling ways of doing it. The opportunity to really get to see the landscape, its people, places and cuisine, without the rush and jostling that’s quite often associated with European travel (particularly in peak periods) is appealing to many. Joining one of these wonderful cruises aboard a luxury floating hotel has become one of the hottest holiday tickets around – and for very good reason. For those who travel alone, for whatever reason, a cruise along tranqui... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

74. Large Cruises vs. Luxury Barge Trips in France
August 19, 2021

Cruising, as a genre of travel, has been around for many decades. But when one thinks of the word, perhaps more often than not what comes to mind are the huge ocean going vessels with all-inclusive packages, hundreds (and sometimes thousands) of people on board and a selection of well-worn itineraries to high-profile countries and cities. While those kinds of experiences are loved by many the world over, for anyone who prefers a slower, more intimate mode of travel, luxury barge trips in France offer an opportunity of a very different kind on the water. Large Ocean Cruises vs. Luxur... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

75. 4 of the Best Reasons to Take the Best Barge Trips in France
August 19, 2021

If you’re the kind of traveller that enjoys really getting to know a country in a relaxing, slow and intimate way, you might have been considering a barge cruise. If you haven’t, you should be! Now, more than ever, the chance to explore beautiful European destinations from the water is an ideal way to enjoy an authentic and memorable holiday, while staying away from the crowded cities. The best barge trips in France take you through the glorious landscape at a slow, measured pace, allowing you to visit ‘out of the way’ places, try wonderful locally focused cuisine and wine, and explore i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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