Atlanta in Georgia is famous for the Coca Cola Center, the huge Georgia Aquarium, the Martin Luther King Center for Human Rights, the enourmus Delta Airplane Museum, the CNN Center, the Centennial Olympic Park and a plethora of other things to do!
If you are travelling to Florida for a week or two you might want to discover other areas outside Miami and Orlando to discover the history of the state. In my opinion the best place to visit in Florida for a historical and educational journey is St Augustine, in the north of the peninsula.
Fast trains, precision and politeness were all things I had heard about Japan before I visited in 2019, but nothing could really prepare me for what I actually experienced during my first trip to this Far Eastern country.
At 6:15 am on Easter Sunday, 14-year old Getúlio Felipe, who has cerebral palsy, began climbing the highest mountain in the Dolomites, Italy to prove that anything is possible and that the outdoors are accessible to everyone.
I travelled to Orlando in Florida from London in March 2019 during the Spring break, which fell on 23 March in that year. I flew direct from London Gatwick Airport to Orlando International (MCO) with British Airways. The flight was quite comfortable and I booked an economy ticket that cost £748 return. The ticket included […]
I recently visited Oxford and Blenheim Palace for a day trip by coach and it was much easier than I initially thought! At first I was worried that I wouldn’t have time to do anything because it would take too long to get to Oxford but in the end everything worked out just fine!
St Augustine in Florida is a historic town, dating back several centuries to the times when the Spanish colonizers ruled this part of America. Driving to St Augustine is quite easy from Orlando or Jacksonville but if you fly into Miami you might want to make St Augustine a stop on a longer road trip.
I flew to Tel Aviv in Israel from London Heathrow Airport on El Al Israel Airlines' new Dreamliner aircraft. The flight duration is 4 hours 40 minutes to Tel Aviv and 5 hours 30 minutes on the way back to London.
January is one of those months that most people would rather skip – at least until payday as their accounts are depleted and generally it’s just a miserable month - unless you live in the tropics, that is!