Are you a fan of smaller ships but these days even those options seem more impersonal than you’d like? Or perhaps you seek a family get together and adventure without the stress? Luxury hotel barge cruising may be the answer.
There is such a category as culinary travel, a chance to stay in a new country (or region) with the specific goal of learning to cook (and eating) a local dish. A popular one of these culinary jaunts has you hunting the raw ingredient too. That ingredient is truffles.
The Tower of London is a definite “must see” on any visit to London, providing a colorful journey into the centuries of history all contained within its immense walls. It is a popular attraction, so don’t be surprised at the length of the queue to enter through its gates.
All the “popular” cruise itineraries visit the most “popular” ports of call. It is a question of the hen versus the egg – which came first. Are the more popular ports the result of the cruise offerings based on itineraries? Probably, yes. That is why you see .