itanic, the world’s most famous cruise ship, was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. 100 hundred years later, on March 31, 2012, the Titanic Belfast opened its doors for the first time. Billed as “the world’s largest Titanic visitor attraction”, the museum is situated in the heart of Belfast, just 100 yards from where the RMS […]
here’s a saying amongst travellers that if you want to get to know the locals, get to know their beer first. Beer is the third most popular beverage in the world, beaten only by tea and water. With this in mind, a great idea when traveling abroad is to work your way around some of […]
This is a sponsored post, written by guest contributor Megan Eaves. he bustling capital city of Ireland, Dublin is attractive to a lot of different types of travelers, who come for its varied assortment of history, culture and nightlife. Modeled in many ways on its cosmopolitan sibling, London, the Fair City is made up of […]
Editor’s Note: This is the latest in a series of sponsored posts by Oh-Holidays.com based on my first backpacking trip to Europe. In Dublin’s fair city, where the girls are so pretty, I first learned to appreciate stout beers. Guinness, to be exact. I’ve never been particularly adept at distinguishing the nuances and flavors of different […]
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it one thousand times, I love my fiance more than words can express. He puts up with me in the best of times and in the worst of times. One could say I was born with less than the average person’s patience, mix that with a strong type-A […]
It was the Bardini Garden, and we were at that moment in time, it’s sole visitors.
Four years ago, I called myself a traveler for the first time. I was a junior in college, not yet two decades old, and three weeks into my first semester abroad (location: London), I was itching to explore. A short AIM conversation with a friend studying in Paris later, and the following weekend, I jetted […]
Thoughts on money for the budget-minded When it comes to travel, there are two things you can count on: (1) you’ll always find a cheaper exchange rate after you’ve traded your money, and (2) you’ll always go over budget. I don’t mean to be negative, but these are the Murphy’s Laws of travel. Yes, there are more, but […]
I purposely bought a small backpack to help limit me in what I brought on the trip.