Gothenburg is a lovely city, very clean and full of great shopping. Architecturally, it didn’t stun me, however the history of the buildings was very interesting. For instance, a long time ago they had a ban on all wooden buildings higher than 2 storeys… however
I arrived into Vegas at night… and what better way to observe the incredible (and gaudy) use of electricity than by flying into McCarran after dark… I was visiting my Mum, who was holidaying in Vegas, and my step-sister managed to get me
I arrived in New York at 6am – it was a very bleary-eyed start to my visit. I took a nap, as the hotel was nice enough to let me check in early. To be fair, they had to be super nice to people cos
Brussels doesn’t really have a great tourist rep – it’s more of a business hub. Bruges, it’s more famous cousin, is the city that gets on all the ‘must see’ lists. But, we got 2p Ryanair flights (+ £20 for taxes – but still so
I was in Paris in 1999, hanging out at a hostel with my friends (and generally finding my traveller feet), when I got an offer to nanny for a family my dad knew in Naples. I couldn’t afford to get there, so my dad paid.