Tagged: Cities

Bilbao and Pamplona Gallery

One has art; the other has bulls. They are the capitals of their respective provinces and have a lot more going for them than the things which make them famous. Here we share some...

Asturias Gallery

Asturias is an autonomous community in the North of Spain with a splendid range of weather and geography. During our stay, we witnessed snow, rain and sunshine. We climbed mountains, visited beaches and walked...

Égalité and the Way to a Woman’s Heart

There’s a lot to like about the French. Liberty, Fraternity and Equality is a wonderful motto and it sounds especially seductive when you say it in French. The language has loads of cool phrases...

Montreal & Quebec City Gallery

Montreal is the second-largest French-speaking city in the world. In the Old City and Old Port, the architecture is thoroughly European, including the obligatory gothic cathedral. Notre-Dame Basilica is a fine example with a...

Boston Gallery

On the surface Boston offers a fairly standard mix of big-city pleasures: history, culture, art, shopping and food. But there must be some elusive quality, because, despite its unpredictable weather and scary drivers, Boston...

Art Escapades, Jabba the Hutt and the Beantown Nutter

My wife has many talents but a sense of direction is not one of them.  I don’t blame her of course – the ability to get lost whilst continuously rotating a map with increasing...

An Interview with Myself

I was late for the interview.  So I was nervous.  This was the first interview that Burman was giving to a travel blogger and I didn’t want to blow it.  He had a reputation...