by Genna AlTai Rome isn’t just for lovers. Rome is for… Haters Foodies History buffs History know-nothings Religious folks Atheists Pessimists Optimists Realists Nihilists Sadists In a nutshell, Rome holds some serious mass appeal. Whether you’re there to sample the many local delicacies or just looking to be surrounded by men in well-tailored suits driving… Read More Herstory: 5 Winning Ladies From Around the Globe
by Bianca Ohannessian Let me cut to the chase. Although Badeschiff translates as “bathing ship”, it is not really a ship. It is, however, a swimming pool submerged in a river next to a city beach. What’s not to love? Berlin really surprised me. In a good way. I wasn’t expecting it to be such… Read More All Aboard Berlin’s Bathing Ship!
by Alice Mariscotti-Wyatt Some people like to cycle from London to Dover for fun. It’s the first leg of the somewhat famed London to Paris cycle route. This type of challenge is normally undertaken by the sort of cyclist who was born in bum-padded lycra, has thighs the size of Emperor penguins and, most importantly,… Read More How Not to Cycle from London to Dover
by Bianca Ohannessian Cocktails might not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of London’s Kentish Town. Sure, it’s got its fair share of pubs, family-run restaurants, on-trend eatery chains and characters as colourful as its pastel tone buildings (the man with a dog for a scarf, the woman who paints… Read More The Ebb & Flow of Kentish Town’s Cocktail Corner