Tripology.com Travel Articles Tagged as "western europe"
Hal Licino -- 08/27/2007 09:08 a.m.
Your travel agent will tell you that there is no off season for the beaches of Lanzarote, the easternmost of the glorious Canary Island archipelago. Even in January when most of Europe is shrouded in chilly gray cloud, the average temperature of these sundrenched beaches off the Western Saharan coast ... Read More
Hal Licino -- 08/26/2007 12:08 a.m.
The South coast of England is renowned and justly famous. From the immortal white cliffs of Dover in Kent, to the historical beachside resorts of Brighton in Sussex and the great harbor of Portsmouth and the rustic Isle of Wight in Hampshire, they are names and places that most North ... Read More
Hal Licino -- 08/24/2007 04:08 a.m.
Bundesautobahn 7 bisects Germany in virtually a straight line drawn north to south, and could be called the country's Main Street if it weren't for the BMWs passing you at well over 150 mph. To exercise such speed on this highway is a pity since you are going to miss ... Read More
Hal Licino -- 08/22/2007 06:08 a.m.
A cruise is a considerable investment in your recreation and thus you should be able to derive the maximum benefit. Seasoned cruisers have learned some valuable lessons that deserve to be passed on.• Check for a deal on an outside room, possibly with an external veranda. You will be able ... Read More
Brett Krasnove -- 08/21/2007 11:08 a.m.
At the end of May, my wife and I went on our one-year anniversary trip to Italy, a trip filled with pasta, mozzarella, veal, gelato, sightseeing, cafe americano and lots of red wine! We started in Rome for three days and nights, and stayed at Hotel Mascagni, which was recommended ... Read More