Malta: The Unexploded Bomb of Mosta

I remember visiting the Mosta Rotunda, (Church of St Mary) which is a Roman Catholic parish church, when I was about 8 years old with my mum and dad whilst on holiday in Malta. I remember standing in front of it thinking what a beautiful impressive church it was. I have a…

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Slovenia: Trip to Bled with Roundabout Travel

When I found out that Bled (you know the place with the island in the middle of the lake) was only 45 minutes from Ljubljana I became obsessed with visiting it during our trip. We looked into a number of options regarding how we would get there – renting a…

Belgium: Top Things To Do in Ghent in 28 Hours

Getting from Hull (our nearest city) over to Belgium is easy and cheap as chips. Between the months of October and March P&O offer their return crossings on a buy one, get one free basis which equates to less than £40 each. We have therefore taken full advantage of the…

Italy: Da Vinci’s The Last Supper, Milan

I would never call myself an art buff, far from it in fact. I do however like art especially from the High Renaissance period. Michelangelo and Da Vinci especially strike a cord with me. I have been lucky enough to previously admire Michelangelo’s David in the Galleria dell’Accademia in Florence…