Photo Essay: Where I Traveled to in 2013

2012 and 2013 were not kind to the Kellenberger or the Marshall families, but we have had plenty of love and support from family and friends to help us through. The last six weeks have been especially difficult for us, but I’m glad to be putting 2013 behind us. We’re looking forward to a positive and successful 2014. Happy New Year to my dear friends and family all over the world! Continue Reading →

An Afternoon at Brighton Pier (Photo Essay)

1,772 feet of fun. That’s what you can expect from Brighton Pier. A stunning seaside location in Brighton, Brighton Pier may have some stiff competition with other attractions located throughout the city, but it has still managed to hold on to its title as the top attraction in Brighton since 1823. Continue Reading →

5 for 5: Things To Do in Amsterdam

You can easily spend a fortune in the Netherland’s gorgeous capital city. The city is loaded with theaters, concert halls, art galleries and museums. Travelers tend to spend their money on Amsterdam’s infamous bars and cannabis coffee shops, but there are plenty of other bargains to be found in this city. Here are five things to do in Amsterdam that won’t break your budget, and five things that you can do for free. Continue Reading →

The 10 Best Free Things to Do in Copenhagen

Denmark’s newly hip capital isn’t a cheap city break, but there’s plenty of culture, history and architecture you can enjoy without spending anything. Here’s a list of the best free things to do in Copenhagen, Denmark. Continue Reading →

An Introduction to Malta

If you’ve never been to Malta, you’re in for a treat. Whatever type of holiday you’re looking for – whether it’s a family-friendly break, a last-minute escape to anywhere or a coastal retreat – lovely Malta is happy to oblige. Malta is a sunny island located right in the middle of the Mediterranean, and due to its relatively small size – just over 120 square miles – it’s pretty easy to get around, which makes for great days out. One Continue Reading →

Travel Spain: Getting Off the Beaten Track in Barcelona

From unique neighborhoods, villages and one-of-kind restaurants to hidden gardens and the best view of the city, there is no shortage of things to do when you’re on vacation in Barcelona. Once you’ve finished scratching below the surface of its main attractions, why not try ticking off some of these unusual activities for a truly unique Spanish vacation? Continue Reading →