7th October 2017 Mrs L 2Comment

Basel. A start to our European journey. We arrived at EuroAirport Basel international airport, which is located in the tri-national Upper Rhine Region in France, but close to both Switzerland and Germany. Upon arrival at the airport, we found that as tourists, with a valid hotel booking, we could use public transport to get to the Basel city centre, free of charge. I normally prefer taking public transport, as I believe you get to see more of the city, and have more of an authentic experience this way. We manage to ride on one of the trams a few times,…

23rd September 2017 Mrs L 2Comment

20 Fenchurch Street. One of 2 buildings on my list that I had to visit on my trip to London. It was designed by world renowned Architect, Rafael Viñoly. The building is has been designed so that it is slightly larger at the top than at the bottom, and hence it’s nickname, the Walkie-Talkie. The sky garden is located on the upper three storeys of the building.       The main attractions to public visitors, is the Sky Garden on the 36th floor. The steel and glass structure allows for 360 views over the City of London. Entrance is free…

11th September 2017 Mrs L

Visiting London was long overdue. When one of my best friends decided to visit London this summer, we decided a reunion was in order. We chose to fly Emirates and stopover in Dubai. This also afforded us the opportunity to fly on the Airbus A380, which I have been wanting to fly in for a while. I enjoyed flying on this double-decker aircraft, the spaciousness and in-flight comforts, definitely made the long haul flight more pleasant. This was my third time flying with Emirates airlines, and they did not disappoint, their service was superior, as always. The first thing I…