Month: October 2013

Top 3 Tours for French Wine Lovers

The Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson said “Wine is bottled poetry.” It’s certainly true—just as poetry is a representation of a time, a writer, and a culture, tasting a delicious and carefully crafted wine can put you in touch with the spirit of a place, the soil, the weather, and the people who made it. That’s why wine and travel pair so beautifully. There’s nothing like enjoying amazing wine while…

Two Trips Perfect for Improving Your Skiing Skills

There is nothing quite as soothing to the soul as the floating sensation of gliding across the snow. What skier doesn't remember vividly an image of a frosted mountaintop in the distance, bluebird skies, and a glittering sea of fresh powder laid out before them? Whether you’re a beginner cross-country skier who’s looking to get inspired and improve skills or an intermediate skier who wants to practice in some of…

Discover England beyond London

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of England? If you said the London Eye or a red, double-decker bus, it’s time to expand your horizons! There is so much to see and explore in England outside of the capital city. There are experiences awaiting you in the towns, mountains and dales of England that will utterly charm you. Here are just a couple of our…

Tours Photographers Will Love

 There are few things photographers, whether amateur or pro, love more than international travel. And who can blame them? The stunning scenery, the people you see when you’re traveling abroad … all make for fantastic pictorial mementos and a great chance to sharpen your photography skills. All of our tours involve wonderful opportunities for photographers to practice their craft, but some stand out. These are a few of the trips…