Pozzuoli – Volcanoes,  Gladiators and sunken treasure

Before you take a trip to Pompeii or Herculaneum, make sure you make your way to the suburb of Pozzuoli. If you have a few days in Naples, the town of Pozzuoli is well worth a day (or two) of your time. Spend half a day wandering around the Solfatara and Flavian Amphitheater and then... Continue Reading →

10 things to do in Naples before you die !

"See Naples, and then die!' That was a proud saying, Count, which we used to hear as we cruised under lateen sails about the glorious bay that reflects from its waters the fires of Vesuvius "- William KirbyNaples is sadly often missed off a travel itinerary for Italy. Located in Southern Italy, it is the... Continue Reading →

Swissotel Sydney – A great stay for families with babies and toddlers

It is a new experience for me having to find child friendly accommodation in Sydney's CBD.  After two decades of  travelling around the world backpacking, flash packing and finally being able to afford luxury hotel stays, I have had to rethink what will make an experience fun and fulfilling and which embraces the needs of Little... Continue Reading →

The Lake Escape – The Entrance House – Central Coast NSW

Covid has certainly hampered non-essential travel for most of us. Yet as the regions tentatively open up to tourism a wonderful location close to Sydney and Newcastle is the NSW Central Coast. The Entrance and Long Jetty are often overlooked as a holiday destination.   However  if you are looking for a beachside family and... Continue Reading →

Palm Cove – North Queensland – Australia

Palm Cove is known as the Spa capital of Australia.  Located in Tropical North Queensland, it is a fantastic destination for those seeking complete bliss and relaxation.   It is well known as a favourite escape for weddings, honeymoons, girl’s weekends and indulgent spa weekends.  However it is also a fantastic place to holiday with a young... Continue Reading →

Rome – 1 Day Walking Itinerary of Rome- Featuring Roman Holiday, Emperors Footsteps and Rome’s oldest bridge

1 Day Walking Tour of RomeFulvia, our host from  My Rome Apartments is full of energy and information about Rome.  She is passionate about travel and well travelled herself.  She  thoughfully provides "little extras" and interesting information to guests during their stay. There are recycled guide books and brochures from the  tourist office and a book... Continue Reading →

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