Western Europe

Enjoying the Super Frizzante Christmas Menu at Zizzi

Nancy at Zizzi

Usually I tell people to avoid the Royal Mile when looking for a good restaurant to eat at in Edinburgh. Through the Book a Table website I found Zizzi, which technically is off the Mile, and had an absolutely delicious Italian dinner from their Super Frizzante Christmas Menu. Here’s how my night started with prosecco and ended in decadence. Beetroot Cured …

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Into Ice and Lava – Two Amazing Caves to Explore in Iceland

Into the Glacier

On my third day in Iceland, I took the Into Ice and Lava tour with Reykjavik Sightseeing. I didn’t even know what a lava cave was, let alone that Iceland had the largest man-made ice cave in the world. Well, now I do, and I thought you would like to too. Langjökull – Into the Glacier Langjökull, the second-largest glacier …

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How the Loft Hostel Made it Possible for Me to Visit Iceland

LOFT Hostel Reykjavik

For months, I’d been receiving invitations to visit Iceland with the Trablin convention. The only problem was the price tag. Trablin wasn’t a fortune, but the rest of Iceland was. Hotels in Reykjavik averaged over $2500 a week! Luckily, I was able to find the LOFT Hostel, which made my visit possible. Visiting Iceland was always at the top of …

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Checking the Northern Lights in Iceland Off My Bucket List

Northern Lights with Reykjavik Sightseeing #2

The northern lights have been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. How could I not want to see such raw natural beauty? The only problem was where to see them, and when. Although they have been spotted in places like Edinburgh and Montana, I wanted to see the good displays, and those were usually reported …

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Is Visiting the Blue Lagoon in Iceland Worth It?

Blue Lagoon in Iceland

The Blue Lagoon in Iceland is one of the most beautiful spas in the world. Located in volcanic hot springs and surrounded by gorgeous scenery, they have been on many a traveler’s bucket list, including mine. Who wouldn’t want to visit? The waters of the Blue Lagoon first began to form in 1974 as a byproduct of the Svartsengí Geothermal …

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