Belgian Beer Festivals 2014

Beer festivals in Belgium

Belgium's Beer Festivals That Make Belgium The Beer Capital of the World: Munich Oktoberfest is without doubt the king of all beer festivals.  But for the discerning beer lover, it is not the size of the beer festival that counts.  The Belgian Beer Festivals are not as well publicized … [Read more...]

Wine-tasting in Bernkastel

Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler Wines

Wine-tasting in the Atmospheric Cellars of Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler in Bernkastel: The Moselle valley is Germany's oldest wine region and Bernkastel-Kues is one of the many Moselle towns with a centuries-old wine-making tradition. Bernkastel-Kues has been producing wine for over 500 years and when … [Read more...]

Walking in the Cotswolds

Cotswold Walk

Walking in the Cotswolds The Cotswolds is a protected area of beautiful countryside, farms and villages in the heart of England. It covers 790 square miles and lies just 75 miles west of London, sitting between Bath and Stratford-upon-Avon. It’s a really attractive part of the country, so much so … [Read more...]

Hotel Doctor Weinstube – A Bernkastel Hotel and Attraction

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Hotel Doctor Weinstube - A Historical Hotel with an Unusual Name : For any Bernkastel visitor who is not familiar with the legend of the "Bernkasteler Doctor", the Hotel Doctor Weinstube might seem like an odd kind of name for a hotel. The words 'Doctor Weinstube' are puzzling, but if you're … [Read more...]

Cotswold Way – A Six-Day Ramble in the Cotswolds

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A Circular Cotswold Way Walk Starting and Ending in Moreton-in-Marsh: One of the most famous walks in England is the Cotswold Way Walk, a 164 km long national trail running between the market town of Chipping Campden in the north and the famous city of Bath in the south. But you don't have to … [Read more...]

The Cotswold Way Walk – Our Walking Experience

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Our First Time Walking the Cotswold Way and What We Thought of it: When our plans to spend time with friends in London changed at the last minute, Tony booked us a Cotswold Way walk to fill in our travel gap. The full Cotswold Way Walk is a 164 km long national trail that runs between the … [Read more...]

Wine-tasting in Weissenkirchen, a Top Wachau Wine Town

At our Wine-tasting in Weissenkirchen, We Learned a Lot about Wachau Wines : The Wachau Valley is one of Austria's most famous and exciting wine regions and on the Danube River stretch of our Vienna to Paris river cruise we stopped at Weissenkirchen, one of the nine top viticultural towns in … [Read more...]

Sightseeing in Vienna … worth it even in the Rain!

A Walking Tour of Vienna to Discover Vienna Off-the-Beaten Track: Paris and The heart of Europe - Uniworld River Cruise - Day 2: For our sightseeing in Vienna, we had a choice of a visit to the Imperial Treasury to see the Habsburg crown jewels or a walking tour of Vienna titled "Vienna at … [Read more...]