There’s a difference between being a traveler and being a tourist, so this guide will help you learn how to be a traveler, not a tourist to avoid making any social, cultural, or legal mistakes when traveling abroad. Don’t be like the loud tourists on the train to Kyoto, or the tourist in London demanding to have the construction around the clock face removed so they could take a picture, and instead learn to be a confident, prepared, traveler.
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This 10-Day Scotland and England Itinerary is a condensed version of our month in the United Kingdom. From London to Endinburgh and the Isle of Skye to Glasgow, and dozens of places in between, this will show you how to spend 10 perfect days in England and Scotland, and it includes flexible options to extend your stay in the United Kingdom for up to 3 weeks, or you can cut out things that aren’t what you’re looking for to make it a whirlwind 7-day holiday. I hope this helps you plan the adventure of a lifetime from London to the Scottish Highlands and beyond.
This Seattle Luxury Travel Guide will direct you to the most elegant and sophisticated things to eat, see, and do in the Emerald City whether you’re a local looking for something new to try, you’re in town for vacation, you’re honeymooning in the breathtaking Pacific Northwest, or if you’re simply looking for the best things to enjoy while in town for business or a special occasion, you’ll find everything you need to have an exquisite time, here.
Buckingham Palace has been the residence and administrative headquarters for the British Royal Family for nearly 200 years. This incredible building is more than 828,820 ft², has 775 rooms, its own post office, a sprawling garden, and much more, making it nearly its own city. For a short period each year, guests can enter the palace and explore some of the sprawling estate while the Queen of Great Britain is away on other business. Come along and learn a bit more about this astonishingly grand palace, in the heart of London.
The 18 Best Places to Eat in Seattle all have one thing in common: culinary excellence. Featuring fresh, seasonal, hand selected ingredients carefully crafted into dishes plated with precision and the utmost care, these restaurants are the best dining experiences in all of Seattle, Washington. Which ones have you already visited?
I’ve studied Japanese, German, French, Spanish, and Latin in school, and several other languages independently, and used these languages to travel the world. Being able to speak to another person in their language, even if you don’t do it perfectly, is one of the greatest feelings in the world, because it opens up a world of possibilities to you. Quite literally, you can more easily travel and explore the world! Here’s how to quickly learn another language, including tips on how to select study aids, studying strategies, and reasons why learning another language is one of the best possible investments you can make in your own life.
Goldfinch Tavern, located inside the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, serves up some of the most inventive, refreshing, and nourishing meals in all of Washington. Dine inside their modern tavern, with its warm, inviting, caramel and gunmetal grey color scheme, or dine roof side next to the hotel’s infinity pool, with incredible views of the Seattle Great Wheel, Puget Sound, and the surrounding islands.
Sawyer Restaurant in Seattle was one of the best places I’ve ever eaten. This unassuming restuarant inside of a former sawmill serves some of the very best seafood and vegetables we’ve ever had. A James Beard Semi-Finalist, this New American restaurant offers a seasonal menu that changes based on what’s available in the Pacific Northwest, while always maintaining a fine-dining atmosphere, impeccable plating and presentations, by only ever using the highest-quality ingredients.
Chihuly Garden & Glass is a museum unlike any other. Next to the Space Needle, the incredible work of Dale Chihuly, like floating glass bubbles, phantoms, and tendrils, create numerous, enchanting atmospheres, transporting viewers deep into the forest, under turbulent waters, at the edge of a glass-like lake, and amongst towering flowers. Explore this incredible museum, garden, café and glasshouse by reading more here, and visiting for yourself.
I’m often asked how I grew my hair so long, how to grow long hair, and what advice I have for those trying to grow out their hair. While genetics certainly plays a role in the ability to grow long hair, there is a lot we can control and influence, like our diets, habits, and the products we use on our hair. Read on to see what works for me, and what you can do to grow longer, stronger hair.
The Presidential Suite at Lotte Hotel Seattle is one of the most impressive hotel suites in the Western United States. Views of Puget Sound, an in-room piano, a full kitchen, dining room, living room, king suite bedroom, marble bathroom with a marble soaking tub, a rainfall shower, two entrances and so many more delightful amenities make this hotel suite one of the most extravagant in all of Washington.