It's always so tempting to travel! When my husband called me over the other day to check out a fantastic tour of Ireland that he found while looking at his tablet, it reminded me that I had not yet continued with the tale that I'd started in the podcast a while back, about the wonderful adventure we had last year, while touring around Great Britain and Ireland. So today I continue my story and I'm also going to let you listen in to a fun interview that I recorded on my trip, where I ask a host manager of a hotel for some information about Irish Coffee. Listen in- I really hope that you will enjoy the interview!
I'm occasionally a little shy, which I know is an odd admission for a podcaster, but on certain occasions, like trips abroad, it does tend to happen. Chatting to the local residents does tend to help me get over it, and this is one of the reasons that I really recommend that everyone takes some time to get to know the local people when traveling. In my experience, even taking the time for a brief chat can often prove to be the best part of an adventure! Listen in today to find out more about our tour of Great Britain and Ireland.
Taking tours can be very demanding, so be sure to leave on time and try to be the first ones there at any major attraction.
Some of the highlights of London.
Traveling to Windsor Station- a grand, English, industrial revolution, Victorian-style building, much of which is now a tourist mall.
Exploring the grounds of Windsor Castle.
About Canterbury Cathedral and the Black Prince.
The pastoral countryside was dotted with buildings with names like 'The Croft' and 'The Old Mill'.
The ancient castles and grand stone churches are reminders of Great Britain's long and fascinating history.
Touring the Royal Pavillion in Brighton.
Gaining a sense of the magic of Stonehenge.
Traveling in Cornwall.
The Priory of Saint Ives in Cornwall.
Taking a cruise up Plymouth Sound to Plymouth.
Bath- often the setting for titillating tales of Regency society.
Wales- a land of low mountains, tidy farms and signs with unpronounceable names.
Crossing St George's Channel to green, green Ireland.
The history of Irish Coffee, a recipe to make it- and even how to drink it!