Trip Reviews

Trip Reviews of the best holiday destinations by independent travel writers

Insider Guide to Stockholm

20/08/2019 by .

The rain wasn’t deterring the intrepid visitors standing in a long line outside the ABBA museum. Didn’t bother me much either as I was snugly dry inside Stockholm’s hop on hop off bus as it passed them by.

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Le Petit Hotel Montreal

Petit may mean small, and if we are being honest here, it is a boutique hotel. It’s just that my room was actually very big. Maybe the hotel should be renamed Le Petit Hotel Avec Grand Chambre?

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French Cheeses in the Negev

Who would have thought that in such an arid place as this you could produce Camembert cheeses of the utmost delicacy, but that’s exactly what they’ve done. Naot Farm in Ramat Hanegev, a 2 hour drive south from Tel Aviv, is the realisation of a dream for them both and a real throwback to Israel’s early pioneering days. Here is where you will find authentic french cheeses in the Negev.

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Relaxing With Water Maidens in Eilat

Well this was a first. Lying on my back in the water with my eyes shut,  listening to underwater music whilst being gently twirled around by a water therapist. This is relaxation Jim, but not as we know it. it is instead, relaxing with water maidens in Eilat.

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Diving with Dolphins in Israel

‘That’s Dana’ said Andrew my diving buddy, pointing at the glorious streamlined body leaping fully out of the water to assembled gasps, ‘she’ll come over to say hello when we’re down there’. I truthfully had a moment, right there and then.

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Philly’s Historic Districts

Philly’s historic districts are a joy to wander and the Old City/Historic District is America’s most historic square mile, no question. In one day you can visit all the elements that represent the birth of the Unites States of America.

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Philadelphia and Rocky

Five out of the six Rocky movies were shot in Philly and the Rocky statue at the foot of the steps of the Museum of Art is Philly’s biggest tourist attraction. Philadelphia and Rocky really do go hand in hand.

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