Archive for Tag Archives: ' Europe'

Kyläkauppa Veljekset Keskinen: Finland’s Largest Shopping Mall

Shopping Therapy in Tuuri, Finland By Hans Egefalk In central Finland, just east of the town of Alavus, in between Vasa at the coast and Jyväskylä inland, sits the tiny village of Tuuri where a giant [...]

Lodz, Poland

Discover this European city’s rich history, modern ways.  By Hans Egefalk I recently escaped my work in Sweden for a week and went to Poland. There was time for simply meeting people, to be a tourist [...]

Orienteering in Reykjavik, Iceland

Explore other-worldly landscapes. By Hans Egefalk My mum always ranked Iceland as her dream destination. When she turned 50, more than 30 years ago now, a group of seven friends including my mum and dad took [...]

Fife Coastal Path: Hike from Kincardine to Leuchars

Our European correspondent walked 138 km (86 miles) along the Scottish coast in six days. By Hans Egefalk This past July I was planning a trip to Scotland for a week to participate in a six-day [...]

Get a Taste of the English Countryside with the New Gardens & Gourmet Pass

Great news for frugal adults. A new pass is available to help you discover the beautiful gardens and gourmet offerings of the English countryside—while saving money. The Gardens & Gourmet pass offers free entry to a [...]

Loen Skylift

Travel from fjord to sky in 5 in Loen, Norway. On May 20 the new cable car in Loen in the Nordfjord area in Norway will welcome travelers from all over the world. Loen Skylift will [...]

St. Ermin’s Hotel Westminster

Where to stay in London, England. By Renée S. Gordon A true traveler savors experiences at every point in the journey. Beyond tours and activities, dining and accommodations—in the best cases—enhance your trip in extraordinary and [...]

Eating Florence

Eating Italy launches evening tour in Florence. 21 Plus Salute! It’s an adults only tour! Less than a year after the launch of its first food tour in Florence, Eating Italy is thrilled to introduce a [...]

Mixed Case: Rosé Colored Glasses

Twelve Tasty Sips Our Mixed Case series serves up an eclectic mix of recent ‘adult beverage’ discoveries by the dozen. Whether you’re perusing a bar menu while traveling or stirring up a cocktail at home, let [...]

Lake Geneva Region Winegrowers’ Festival

Fête des Vignerons added to UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage On December 1, 2016, UNESCO named the Winegrowers’ Festival (Fête des Vignerons) to its list of Intangible Cultural Heritage. The decision underscores the social and [...]

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