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FolletosTras un parón de varios meses en los que no he tenido tiempo de nada vuelvo a la carga con un tema que me encanta: Lunas de miel. Tengo que confesaros que aunque en estos meses he estado leyendo mucho, muchísimo, sobre viajes, me ha costado demasiado encontrar un par de horas para sentarme a escribir. Por lo menos esta vez tengo una buena excusa: me he prometido y organizar una boda desde otro país lleva mucho tiempo, creedme.

Si me preguntais qué ha sido lo más complicado para mí de organizar la boda, os diría que elegir la luna de miel. No soy de esas chicas que lloren al ponerse vestidos de novia ni que se pasen horas pensando en maquillaje y peluquería, pero como espíritu viajero que me considero, mi luna de miel tiene que ser absolutamente perfecta.

La pregunta es, ¿cómo elegir la luna de miel perfecta? ¿De entre todo el mundo, cómo saber cuál será el destino ideal para ese viaje inolvidable? Y muy importante, ¿me voy a poder permitir ese viaje soñado? En este post voy a intentar daros unos consejos en general y en los próximos explicaré mas a fondo cada una de las partes a tener en cuenta a la hora de elegir la luna de miel.

¿Cuándo es tu luna de miel?

Esta es la primera pregunta que debes tener en cuenta. Dependiendo del mes, unos destinos son más aconsejables que otros para asegurarte buen tiempo. In this link puedes ver los mejores destinos ordenados por meses (English).

¿Qué quieres hacer en tu luna de miel?

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(This is continued Four-day trip to Scotland (I))

DAY 2: EDINBURGH – LAGO NESS – INVERNESS

The next day we rented a car with Hertz to travel to Loch Ness, pefieres even if there are many companies that offer bus tours so you do not have to drive. Had booked a Corsa for £ 75 pounds for three days, and on arrival we were told we were none and got a Mazda 6 for the same price (yujuuu).

To go al Lago Ness (Loch Ness, pronounced large and not hole) from Edinburgh can take two paths: One is to go to Inverness and from there down to the Lake (about 35 km), or make a detour through the A85 and take the lake bottom through Loch Lochy. Although it takes longer, We decided to give the rodeo and more power and landscapes of Scotland, and in my opinion worth (although Aaron was a little tired of driving, the truth). In total the route is a 4 hours, so we decided to stop on the way to see another of the many beautiful Scottish lochs: Loch Tay, two hours and hours of Edinburgh without deviating much from the main road. In my opinion, Loch Tay is one of those wonders unknown to tourists, a huge lake surrounded by mountains in true Swiss style, with just a cafe and wooden benches to sit and enjoy the scenery.

LochTay

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Riviera_MayaSince a couple of years ago I published an article on Places to Prom, many people have written me to ask my advice on where to go or what the cheapest options are. As I said in the article, my weekend trip to Tunisia race was, and yet I have not been to any of the other popular destinations, but since most people ask me about Riviera Maya, I've thought about doing this small article with information that you think may be useful.

When to go: Riviera Maya is fortunate to have a 300 sunny days about (Like here in the UK :P), so the good time is guaranteed for all year. However, keep in mind that the rainy season from June to November. On the other hand is considered high season from December to March and July and August, so that at this time the prices are certainly higher.

What to visit: Riviera Maya is much more than a destination to catch an all inclusive and not leave the hotel and the beach, but of course you can also do that if you're looking. Most travel agencies offer optional excursions to the main attractions, or If you do not want to hire a priori, surely you can hire excursions directly with the hotel. Among my favorites are visiting Pyramids of Chichen Itza and Tulum, swimming with dolphins and snorkeling in Cozumel mythical.

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Last year my 25 birthday gave me a fancy to go weekend with my boyfriend to Paris, and this year I decided to continue my “new” tradition of celebrating my birthday doing what I like: travel. I must confess that I was not as organized as soil be the fate and decided at the last minute, but ultimately Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and the small town of Durham made a weekend pass unforgettable (good, Aaron also helped some, jeje)

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is a city of about 200.000 inhabitants north of England, near the border with Scotland, about three hours by train from London. The arrival in the city can not be cataclysmic, offering incredible views of the seven bridges from the train, and deeper into a web of Victorian buildings.

Since coming to Britain already more than a year (that time flies) I wanted to visit Bath, one of the most beautiful cities in this country, and world famous for appearing in the books of Jane Austen. I think I had never mentioned so far in the blog, but I'm a geek of his books and everything related to the time of the Regency, so you can imagine how much I liked this trip.

Bath is a city in southwest England, with about 90.000 Settled people do anything unless 2.800 years by King Bladud, father of King Lear (who later inspired a play by Shakespeare). Today is a typical English town, littered with monuments and buildings made especially 300 years and a special charm on every street, that have declared to be Heritage UNESCO.

My trip only lasted a day, but it was more than enough to visit the main attractions in Bath. We started the morning at the Parade Gardens, quite picturesque gardens on the banks of the River Avon, perfect for my getting into the vintage vibe. Admission is 1.20 pounds per person.

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I have to admit that when I'm bored I love to find weird stuff on the internet, many of them related to Travel & Tourism (that's why I started this blog) and that I can be useful once. So when recently Flame He asked me to seek a hotel with private jacuzzi in room, I did not take a minute to turn on the computer and get to it. (Take this opportunity to remind you that if you need some help with some travel, getaway or similar will be happy to help you)

And I ended up looking looking finding this website: hotelesconjacuzzi.es, that is simple and easy to use, you the time and provides all the information you could need. However, is not a web reserve management, as you link to booking When you want to know price and book. Read the rest of this entry »

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