London in Spring – when and where to see the top 5 spring flowers

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London in Spring is quite simply, awesome! I love the mild weather between March to May and the longer daylight … Read More

Kyoto Markets – Ultimate guide to the Best 2 not to be missed

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Kyoto Markets are a nice addition to an itinerary of temples, shrines and gardens which should not be missed. There are, … Read More

Guided Tours for Top 10 Experiences in London

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I am an absolute believer that guided tours are sometimes necessary to maximise my experiences when on vacation. This is … Read More

Travel Checklist-25 Top Tips for a Stress-free Vacation

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Travel checklist is an absolute “must” for me! In my last blog post, 5 Reasons Why Travel Planning is Important, … Read More

Geneva for a perfect romantic 3-day Itinerary

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A perfect romantic 3-day itinerary in Geneva can be a lot of things because Geneva has it all!Click and find out what made ours perfect. Travel tips and how to get around Geneva for FREE… Read More

St Dunstan in the East-8 reasons why you should visit this Serenity amongst Ruins

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My latest love of London is an old ruined medieval Gothic church in the heart of London’s financial district, just … Read More

Amsterdam in a Nutshell – 18 Experiences in 48 Hours

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Amsterdam is a City that portrays the “anything goes” image – from prostitution that is tolerated openly and the use … Read More

Best 10 in the beautiful City of Chicago not to be missed

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The best 10 in the beautiful City of Chicago not to be missed is only a short list of experiences … Read More

Windsor Castle and Windsor in 1 day-what to see, do and experience in 1 day

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To make the best of Windsor Castle and Windsor in 1 day will require some prior planning. You may also … Read More

Why Regent’s Park is the #1 garden with a total zen

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With hidden waterfalls, and a sea of colours that inspires a somewhat romantic playfulness, discover Regent’s Park, the #1 garden of total zen for FREE.… Read More

Isle of Wight Top 5 and the Victorian Love Affair

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Isle of Wight has been a fashionable vacation destination since the 18th Century and famously reflect Queen Victoria’s love affair … Read More

Kensington Palace – Why you should visit this 18th century historical gem

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Discover the 300 year-old history behind a 2-storey Jacobean mansion in the village of Kensington turned into a Palace fit for a King and Queen.… Read More

Royal Palaces and Royal Parks-MyCityMyTown London Series

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Discover the Royal Palaces and Royal Parks in MyCityMyTown-Appreciating London Series. Search for Best Deals and for unique experiences in London.… Read More

Tofu paradise at a hidden gem in Kyoto

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“Tofu” or bean curd is food made of soy milk, pressed into solid white blocks. Originated in China and was introduced to Japan in the late 8th century, during the Nara period (710-794) by Zen Buddhist monks. It was the luxury food … Read More

Why is Monument important to London?

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In the heart of the financial district of London stands a 61 meters, (202 feet) Doric column, simply known as … Read More

Hiroshima’s Soul Food – Okonomiyaki and Oysters

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Experience the mouth-watering and delightfully layered okonomiyaki of Hiroshima. … Read More

What went wrong with the Walkie talkie building?

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Walkie talkie building also known as Sky Garden  opened in 2015 and it is a great place to visit at … Read More

Kensington Palace Gardens – an idyllic getaway from chaos of the City

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Kensington Palace Gardens Kensington Palace is surrounded by beautiful landscaped grounds. Trees here are planted in straight lines, there are some unique looking ones (like…

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5 Reasons Why You Will Enjoy A Visit to the Sky Garden in London

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Sky Garden in London opened in 2015 and offer visitors breathtaking views of London’s Skyline. You can enjoy a visit … Read More

The Routemaster Heritage Route 15

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As part of Discover London with Georgina, I bring to you The Routemaster Heritage Route 15! The Routemaster Heritage Route … Read More

Why the Historic Royal Palaces (HRP) Annual Membership is good for me

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Visiting any of the Historic Royal Palaces in London will undoubtedly involve purchasing an entry ticket. All the Royal Palaces … Read More

MyCityMyTown-What makes St Paul's Cathedral in London a Special Place to Visit?

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St Paul’s Cathedral is One of my special places in My City & My Town, Appreciating London Series. For many of … Read More

5 Etiquette to observe at a Shinto shrine in Japan

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Etiquette you need to know when visiting a Shinto shrine in Japan- Bow, Purify, Respects, Ema and Omikuji. Click to find out more… Read More

The Best Ways to Get to Hiroshima City

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The Best Ways to Get to Hiroshima City by public transport will depend on where you are travelling from in … Read More

5 Reasons Why Planning is Important in Travel

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Travel planning is essential! No matter what anyone says to me, planning your travel before you decide on your destination … Read More

Ultimate 2-Day Itinerary on The Best Of Hiroshima & Miyajima Island

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Ultimate 2-Day itinerary on the best of Hiroshima and Miyajima Island is designed to give you a comprehensive guide to … Read More

Miyajima Island – 10 Ultimate Experiences not to be missed

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Miyajima Island is regarded sacred. From ancient times, every tree, rock and sand in the island was worshipped as god. … Read More

Ultimate 1-Day Guide to the best of Hiroshima City Travel

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Hiroshima is a vibrant modern city, having risen from its ashes of the past. It is the capital of Hiroshima Prefecture, located in the southwest of Japan’s Honshu Island.

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Nara – 4 Unforgettable Experiences in 1 Day

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Visit Nara and immerse yourself in its rich cultural legacy which is home to 8 UNESCO World Heritage sites for an unforgettable experience. … Read More

Lake Biwa and What You Need to Know

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Lake Biwa is located in Shiga Prefecture, on the northeast of Kyoto. I visited this Lake on the same day I … Read More

Mount Hiei – A fascinating Japan experience not to be missed

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Mount Hiei makes a nice little escape from the maddening crowds of other Kyoto’s main attraction. It is a quiet place and somehow walking in the dense forest of towering cedar trees made me feel good. It was peaceful. There were not many tourists around on a weekday when I visited. I would…… Read More

When is the best time to go to Japan?

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From spring blossoms to autumn leaves, Japan is a country that can be visited at anytime of the year. Typically, … Read More

Cherry blossoms in Japan – A simple guide to where, when and what you need to know

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Cherry blossom season in Japan is mesmerising, seductive and captivating. One can sit under the cherry blossom trees and watch … Read More

Christmas in London- Magical Markets, Dazzling lights and Fairytale Ice rinks.

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Christmas in London is special, magical and for me, it is the most wonderful time of the year. It is … Read More

Christmas in London – Magical Ice Skating Rinks

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The Ice Skating Rinks adds magical vibes to Christmas in London. The festive season not only brings magical markets and … Read More

Christmas in London – Unmissable Top-3 Christmas Markets

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Christmas Markets in London are a total treat and it has so much to offer, not just mulled wine, mince … Read More

Christmas in London – The Unmissable Top 4 Dazzling London's Christmas Lights Display

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Christmas lights display in London is magical and special for me. In fact the Christmas season is the most wonderful … Read More

Tower of London-The Best Guide to What you need to know

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The Tower of London Tower of London is one of the most visited castles and tourist attraction in Britain with … Read More

Milan Cathedral – How to make the best of your visit

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Milan Cathedral | Milano di Duomo | Italy Milan Cathedral is a mesmerizingly beautiful masterpiece standing in Piazza del Duomo. … Read More

The Best of Milan – Sunset on the rooftop of the Duomo

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The Gothic Cathedral of Milan, famously known as the Duomo, is a glorious marble structure with slender pinnacles rising everywhere. … Read More

Ultimate 1 day guide to the best of Himeji, Japan

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Himeji is a City in the Kansai region of Japan, in the Hyogo Prefecture. It is easily accessible from Kyoto … Read More

Ultimate guide to the Best 5 in Kyoto

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Kyoto has so much culture, food, vibrancy and history to indulge in, that one cannot have too many days in that cultural city. Strolling through Gion or Pontocho to steal a glimpse of the geisha, visiting the many iconic temples or experiencing a traditional ryokan stay will leave you with lasting memories. No matter how much time you spend in Kyoto, saying ‘goodbye’ will always be hard. For me, these were my Top 5:…… Read More

Victoria and Her 200th Anniversary

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Queen Victoria was famously known as having gone to bed a Princess and woke up to be the Queen of Britain. 24th … Read More

Mystery Blogger Award

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Save   Mystery Blogger Award I am absolutely pleased to be nominated for my first Mystery Blogger Award. It is … Read More

Murasaki Imo is 1 of the best Japanese Soft Cream

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No matter where you go in Japan, you will find something that they call “soft cream”, described as silky and smooth. In English, we call it simply as “soft serve ice cream,” the soft ice-cream served on a wafer-cone which ..… Read More

Greenwich in 1 day-45 Experiences and More to cherish

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Greenwich is a nice little town in the south-east of London which sits on the banks of River Thames, accessible with a 20-minute journey from London (Bank Station) and is a popular destination for tourists because of its maritime and astronomy history. The area, Royal Greenwich Park is host to the Royal Museum Greenwich, which is… Read More

Cutty Sark Greenwich

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My kids had a ball here! And what a delight it was to re-visit this legendary 19th century sailing ship that was the fastest ship in her time. This is the only surviving tea clipper in the world today.

The Cutty Sark is suitable for a family fun-day out and for children from three-years upwards. I am certain that your kids will have a splendid … Read More

National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

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I am sure that you will not be bored with a visit to the National Maritime Museum here 😊 as it features popular artworks and space-photography that will capture your interest from the time you walk-in as it did mine, on this visit. This maritime museum is the largest in the UK and is possibly also the largest of its kind in the world.  This iconic building is part of the Maritime Greenwich World Heritage Site. I was particularly… Read More

Queen's House, Greenwich

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The Queen’s House is a historic royal house which served as a former royal residence, Greenwich Palace, where Elizabeth I was born. It was built between 1616 and 1636 and was designed by the famous architect, Inigo Jones, who was inspired by his travels in Italy and the Queen’s House was the first Classical building … Read More

The Royal Observatory and Planetarium

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When one thinks of the town Greenwich, one can immediately relate the town to GMT, the Greenwich Mean Time, the Prime Meridian of the world, where zero- degree longitude is marked – Yes! it is the home where time begins and ends, where… Read More

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Be the First to receive Fresh News on Travel Guides on What’s Where in London and travel destinations around the … Read More

How to make the best of 1 day in Uji, Kyoto

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Explore 2 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and 5 other popular attractions in the historical city of Uji in one day using a walking itinerary. … Read More

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