Prague has an extensive underground. There are 2360 km of sewers but that doesn’t include the tunnels from the old sewer system. Some say the total number is 4,000 kilometers of sewers running underneath the city. To get to the Old Wastewater Treatment Plant in Bubeneč, take a tram or metro to the Hradčanská stop. […]
Travelling while working online. Is it possible to do with very young children?
Founded in 1434, the main Dresden Christmas Market (Striezelmarkt) is the oldest in Germany. With around 250 stands, it is much larger than the Christmas markets I have visited in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. So large that I didn’t get a chance to see all of it in the 3 hours I was there. […]
We had passed through Sihanoukville twice before, once in 2012 and again in 2014, but the dirty beaches left us unimpressed. Locals and expats had told us that Otres Beach was cleaner and less crowded than the beaches in town and we finally made our way there in October 2016. Low Season in Sihanoukville Low […]
Camping in Europe is very different from the camping trips I remember from childhood in the States. We had only camped a couple of times in Croatia and Slovenia before this trip but liked it enough to plan a bigger road trip during 2016. Since May 12, we have spent 40 nights camping in a […]
Although many people know the Loire Valley for its wine and wine cave tours, fewer know just how vast and varied the underground world is here. The local tuffeau stone (a type of limestone) has been mined for centuries as a construction material. This created artificial caves underground or along the hillside, many of which […]