Packing for a cruise holiday is not all that different from packing for a city sightseeing trip and active holiday with some nice dinners planned: You want some comfortable, practical clothes to go exploring the town during the day, you want some workout clothes (if you’re going to hit the gym or go jogging), you […]
Trento in Trentino…3 days, 2 kids, 1 authentic Italian city Trento is a perfect family destination. Set in a valley en route from the stunning northern shores of Lake Garda to World Heritage site of the Dolomites, the Alps and Austria; Trento has held a strategic position for centuries on a frontier of invaders, now, […]
The Dolomites and North italy are famous for their high “hiking” routes involving Via Ferrata, Iron roads. The Via Ferrrata are steel ropes fastened to the rock surface to allow hikers and climbers to clip their climbing harnesses in, complimented with steel ladders and pegs to help climb places where there are no natural foot […]
In the spring I attended a conference in Hamburg and had the opportunity to do some sightseeing too, just me, without the kids. A rarity! Coming to Hamburg, I had few preconceptions and had little knowledge of this city. All I knew is that Hamburg is a German city that’s also one of the biggest […]
Hassela Ski resort is a small family-friendly resort in the middle of Sweden, just under 3 hours from Srockholm airport with a seasonal snow guarantee.
It was a beautiful late February day, the last day of Sportlov, the Swedish February half term, with balmy spring temperatures. Slightly lost for ideas on what to do, we decided a day of skiing may be the best way to get out and enjoy the day- we decided to go to Kungsberget, just over […]