Chateau Rovia: Rent a French Chateau for $150 a night!
If you are looking for a different getaway, the Chateau Roubine vineyards are the place to visit if you want a Chateau rental in France. They are set on the Julian Way, which date back to Roman times. First mentioned in archives in the early 14th century, the Chateau was donated to the Order of… Continue reading
Tuscany Italy trip dinner review
Our recent Tuscany Italy trip included many magical moments that we wanted to share for those travel bug vacationers. Tuscany Italy trip was filled with great vineyards, beautiful landscapes in every direction, and a peaceful atmosphere that allowed us to unwind and forget about the worries of the world.
This Tuscany Italy trip taught us a… Continue reading
Scotland Travel Tips
We wanted to share a Scotland travel video and share some travel tips especially for someone who’s never been there! If you want to maximize your stay…read on! We strongly recommend you stay in a castle if you can…as there are hundreds and hundreds of castles all over. My husband created this… Continue reading
Is it safe to travel to Israel?
Is it safe to travel to Israel? We were a little concerned. We had heard of high security. We had heard it’s not safe to go to various areas in Israel. However, we also heard that it is a place you have to absolutely check out! So…is it safe? It was for us. We went… Continue reading
Florence Italy Tour travel review, Castillo de Nero
What’s up!!!!! At the end you can watch a short video we made of our last vacation this summer in Tuscany (please note all our videos are made with our small camera, sorry not professional — but promise to be fun!). Nestled in Florence, Italy it is one of the most romantic places we… Continue reading
Our Travel Reviews at the Four Seasons Hotel Cairo Egypt
This travel blog is for all of you Egyptian lovers! We had the pleasure of traveling to Egypt and staying at the Four Seasons the week of November 15th, 2010. At this time it’s great weather 70 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit. We heard over the summer it was over 120 degrees Fahrenheit and impossible to… Continue reading