Blogger at https://culturalwednesday.co.uk, former BBC News Producer, mother of twins, culture vulture who loves to travel
Travel and Vacation Ideas from Books -You've read the entire Outlander series and streamed all the seasons. But what if you could actually ride a horse through the Scottish Highlands and experience Claire and Jamie's journey. Or how about hiking the same trails that Arthur Conan Doyle did as he was inspired to write Hound of the Baskervilles? Start planning your next trip with this list of 12 travel ideas inspired by books.
Visiting George Washington's Mount VernonLast Updated: July 8th, 2020 Visiting George Washington's Mount Vernon Located just 17 miles from Washington D.C. , our first President's home is definitely worth the visit! George Washington's Mount Vernon is a great family destination and absolutely full of history. Mount Vernon was originally called Little Hunting Creek Plantation and was owned by John Washington ( George Washington's Great Grandfather). In 1726, George Washington’s father purchased the estate and built the main part of the plantation house.When you think about Mount Vernon as one of the most visited homes in America, it’s hard to believe it was almost in ruins when the6
Kolkata Itinerary - First-timer's travel guide to the City of Joy - Backpack & ExploreKolkata itinerary for 3 days that will help you experience the best of the cultural capital of India in a short time. Also includes the best places to eat, shop, experience nightlife and all the essential information you need for your first trip to Kolkata.3
Cape Town in A Day - Part Two • Heather BeginsA Day in Cape Town South Africa - Part Two Heather Markel, Writer, Speaker, Photographer, Traveler, Business Strategist Too much to be able to see it all in a day, even two. As I mentioned in my last post, Cape Town is much bigger than originally meets the eye.1