Planning a trip to Italy can go one of two ways.
Either you have a beautiful Italian long lost relative who is more than happy to connect and fill you in on all the secret know how’s; someone who tells you what to do, where to go and what to wear in Italy OR you haven’t got an ounce of Italian blood in your body, meaning you spend every waking hour researching Italian travel tips; filling your brain with everything you should do in Italy.
Only to discover that once you arrive in the country, you have completely forgotten to consider the things that you shouldn’t do.
The Italian no-no’s.
Ireland. You’ve read the blogs and guide books, listened to the stories from your Great Grandfather who was born there, but what is Ireland really like?
If you are visiting Ireland for the first time, then you need some Ireland tips. Some real good old fashioned honest ones.
One of the most embarrassing moments of my life was when I was cautioned by the police in Italy (in front of my kids – even worse) for eating ice cream in Piazza San Marco, Venice.
You see, when planning our family trip to Italy I had done plenty of research on what to do in Venice but had totally neglected the no – no’s.
The things that might get us into trouble.
Into a spot of bother.
Who doesn’t want to look like a gorgeous Italian? Let’s face it – they have to be the most beautiful people on the planet.
If you are heading over to Europe and are wondering what to wear in Italy then I have just the post for you.
You don’t have to look far to find help when planning a trip to Ireland.
Every Tom, Dick, and Patrick will give you their two cents worth on when, where, and what to do in Ireland.
But what about the things you aren’t supposed to do in Ireland?
The no – no’s.
The common mistakes that people (including me) make when planning a trip to Ireland?
There’s kissing, and then there’s French kissing. Which is best? Which excites you more? No, don’t answer that – let’s try something else. Paris travel tips.
Which do you think would be the best way to see Paris?
As part of a tour; following a flag-waving guide around with a bunch of middle-aged men wearing white ankle socks
meandering through the side streets of Paris, one of the most beautiful places on earth; hand in hand with the one you love, eating fresh warm baguettes and immersing yourselves in Parisian life. Knowing that this time, you will never ever forget going on vacation.