Augsburg: water, water everywhere (Day out Munich)

Whatever this potentially ominous sign means, water is everywhere in Augsburg and it has been systematically managed since the 14th century. In fact, you'd be hard pressed to go anywhere in Augsburg and not encounter the city's ingenious water operating system. There are medieval water towers, fountains, millwheels, hydroelectric power stations...

11 things you’ll love about Brighton (Day out London)

Ah Brighton: the awesome activities, the off-the-wall oddities, the flamboyant flair, the unique boutiques, the eclectic entertainment, the creative cuisine, the superlative sound, in short, the first-class fun. Curious about this city with the vivacious vibes? (Stop with the alliterations already, you say? OK, OK.) [...]

2020-08-27T13:22:18+01:0021 June 2019|11 things, Daytrip, England, Magic of Cities|

Where to eat in Brighton (Day out London)

Wondering where to eat in hip, cool Brighton? Of course you do. Let's get right on it. (Click the name in the headings for a link to the properties). Murmur: healthy, locally sourced delicacies On Brighton’s lively city beach, just metres away from the British [...]

2020-08-27T13:22:57+01:0012 June 2019|Daytrip, England, Food and drink|

Prince George’s Party Palace by the Sea (Day out London)

Why is it however many millions of pairs of socks I buy I never seem to have any? They just disappear. For me, socks are like sex. Tons of it about, but I never seem to get any. When you hear the words Prince Regent, [...]

Stevns Klint and the end of the dinosaurs (Day out Copenhagen)

For a tiny country, Denmark has had surprisingly many new sites added to the World Heritage list in later years. Some of them are a bit uninspiring, but here is one that IS interesting. https://www.instagram.com/p/tNk7LmvSKp/?taken-by=sophieofnorway As is the case for many UNESCO sites, this one [...]

Canterbury Cathedral and the badass bishop (Day out London)

Saint Thomas of Canterbury Today, we’re going to talk about Thomas Becket. And I don't mean that dude on Sniper, but the original one, Saint Thomas of Canterbury. Our Thomas Becket came long before the US Marines – and was, frankly, more of a badass. [...]

World at a Glance: The beautiful library at Pannonhalma Abbey (Day out Budapest)

Few things enchant me more than libraries. I've often thought I'd like to sleep over in one, especially in a delightfully dusty, old library. Sneak in around closing time, say, then hide until everyone is gone and stay overnight. Sleeping bag, head lamp and a [...]

2020-08-27T13:23:57+01:0011 March 2019|Daytrip, Hungary, UNESCO World Heritage|
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