What makes us human? Thoughts on prehistoric cave art.

By Alexandra Redisch, in the Vézère ValleyLast summer, I spent time in Bordeaux and the surrounding wine districts with my mum and sister. A highlight in the area was the ancient cave art in the nearby Vézère Valley. There are many excellent caves to visit [...]

Norway on horseback

By Catarina Redisch in Hemsedal You know I love riding more than anything. Well, I'm just back from a week on the horseback in the mountains of Norway. Often, this means riding from cabin to cabin, but here we rode from mountain resort to mountain resort - got a bit spoiled [...]

World at a Glance: The Bone Church at Sedlec (Day out Prague)

About an hour's drive east of Prague you'll find a curious church. In the late 1800s, František Rint, a Czech wood-carver, was given the task of furnishing the church with, well, bones. Years ago, I travelled with my oldest daughter, 10 at the [...]

Day out London: Blenheim Palace

If you're in London - or in the Cotswolds, one of my favourite parts of England, I recommend an outing to the little town of Woodstock and Blenheim Palace. The palace represents the early stages of the English Romantic movement - an architectural style characterised [...]

Family road trip Wales: Isle of Anglesey

Another Sunday, another segment in our family road trip in Wales. Today, it's all about Ynys Môn, better known as Isle of Anglesey. (If you're wondering why Cat looks a tad younger, it's because this is from our first road trip in Wales, when she [...]

Family road trip Wales: Llandudno – Conwy

Another Sunday and a new installment on family road tripping in Wales. Last week, we left off in Blaenau Ffestiniog. Today, we continue onwards to Llandudno - Conwy. We've been here before, so you know we like it up here on the northern coast of [...]

2020-06-30T14:48:34+01:0011 August 2013|Europe with kids, Road trips, Wales|
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