Italy, Reviews

A Weekend in Verona 

First of all, we can’t believe it’s taken us this long to write this blog post on such an underrated city to visit! Ellis and I visited Verona back in October of last year by pure chance – we’d never planned on visiting, it hadn’t even crossed our minds.

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Forever jetting away

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itinerary, New York City, Reviews, usa

New York City – The City that Never Sleeps

New York City, the city that never sleeps… literally

E&J’s Travel Tips:
Yellow cab from JFK to Manhattan fixed fee of $52 (+taxes and tip)
Rockefeller centre at night is best view
Eating out can be pricey, but there’s plenty of cheap healthy options
Thinking of climbing to the crown of the Statue of Liberty? Don’t bother
Expect to pay a gratuity tip a lot of the time. It’s expected
Walk across Brooklyn bridge

Read on to see what we got up to

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Tips and tricks

Top Travel Apps To Download

In this current 21st century, fast paced world, full of improving tech, high speed internet and social media, its no wonder that travel guidebooks are sadly on the decline.

Below, we’ve listed our most used travel apps for iOS that we use for planning and for when we’re on the move!

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Italy, Reviews

Venice, the city of masks, canals and lovers 

Venice,  the city of masks, canals and lovers. 


E&J’s travel tips:

  • Fly to Treviso airport (cheaper).
  • Regular and cheap buses to Venice centre (as far as the bus can take you)
  • Water buses (Vaporetti) are the main transport method in Venice. Find out which stop is closest to your hotel and what lines run to it.
  • Canal Grande (the grand canal) is the main route though Venice. Majority of lines run up and down it regularly.

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