As part of our quest to find the most romantic experiences around the world, we asked other travel bloggers to submit their pick for the most romantic experiences in the USA. We’re a traveling couple, so we look for stunning sunsets and cozy restaurants wherever we go. However, we love how some of these bloggers thought outside of the box to create romantic experiences with their significant others. Experiencing romantic things around the world is a great way to experience the world, and these romantic things to do in the USA are a great place to start!
It can only be assumed that everyone’s first question when they step off the plane in Dublin is, “Where’s the Guinness?”, and rightly so! After all, Guinness is definitely best enjoyed in its homeland. Luckily, in Ireland (and Dublin, especially), Guinness is pretty much everywhere. But where can you get the best Guinness in Dublin? That’s what we’re here for! In this guide, we’re sharing all of the best spots for enjoying the perfect pint. You’ll never again wonder where to drink Guinness in Dublin.
This post is not sponsored by Guinness (I wish it was!), but simply comes from two families of Guinness lovers. If you don’t like Guinness, we recommend you read this anyway – all of these spots are great no matter what your drink of choice is! Also, drink responsibly. It is not advised to visit all of these locations in one day. But, if you do, we want to hear all of the stories!
It’s so weird to finally say it, but today is the day we leave for Russia! Russia is a new country for both of us, and one that we never necessarily envisioned ourselves visiting; however, that’s the benefit of following an international football team – you go places you never would’ve planned to go on your own! Our 2018 World Cup itinerary includes 5 cities in Russia. England is playing in Volgograd, Nizhny Novgorod, and Kaliningrad; we are also visiting St. Petersburg and Moscow in our free time. We are spending a total of 16 days in Russia and three in Gdansk before flying home.
Here’s a sneak peek at our Russia itinerary; we are going to update this post with a ton of photos and a closer look at what we did when we return!
Our first ever glamping experience was our trip last year to Wriggly Tin Shepherds Huts. If you’ve been following us since then, you probably know that we absolutely loved it and just got back from our second trip there! However, even though we loved every second of our first glamping trip, we definitely realized that glamping isn’t as carefree as we initially expected it to be. And there is definitely an art to preparing for a glamping trip! Sure, we knew we would be dealing with limited connectivity and life in the great outdoors, but for some reason it didn’t hit us that having to cook on an open stove with limited resources might be different than what we’re used to (crazy, right!?). Preparing for our first glamping trip was made so much easier by the wonderful world of the Internet; we perused plenty of glamping related blog posts to find out everything we needed to know about how to prepare for a glamping trip. So, in turn, we’ve decided to create one to help you out on your next glamping trip!
It is unlikely that you will only have 24 hours in Malta. However, if you are planning on scuba diving in Malta, or spending a good amount of time on one of Malta’s beaches, it is possible that you will only have 24 hours in Malta to actually explore. In fact, that was exactly our case when we visited Malta for a weekend back in September 2017. One day was spent at the England vs. Malta football game; one day was spent deep in the water scuba diving the P-31 wreck with Cresta Dive Centre; and, our final day was spent actually seeing what Malta is all about.
After our 24 hours in Malta, we can confirm that you definitely need more than one day in Malta to see it all; while it doesn’t seem like there is much going on for non-divers and non-beach goers beyond Valletta, there are actually so many things to do in Malta.