England

More than the big cities, the unspoiled simplicity of the English countryside is breathtaking!

Outdoor Adventures

Coltswold Way Cleeve Hill Cheltenham The Thought Card

Hiking Cleeve Hill of Cotswold Way in Cheltenham

I am utterly obsessed with the English countryside. Back in July, I spent a week in England and despite the unraveling Brexit situation, I had a wonderful time across the pond. I spent most of my time exploring South West England including…
Canoeing England with Canoe2 in Northamptonshire, England.

Canoeing England: A Day Paddling Down River Nene In Northamptonshire

As much as I love city breaks, there comes a time when you want to head straight for hills and take a brief respite in the countryside. For my summer holiday in the U.K., I wanted to discover the beauty of rural England and spend some time…

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Winter and Spring Events In New York City and London
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Fun Winter and Spring Events In New York City and London

New York City and London are two of the most exciting cities in the world. At the center of food, art, and culture, both cities are bold and vibrant. But what's New York like during winter? Honestly, I love New York but winters are the worse! Expect…
British Cocktails To Try

Classic British Cocktails To Try (Lots of Gin Included)

I'm a craft beer girl. But from time to time I like to switch things up with a classy cocktail. Last weekend I flipped the script and tried something different. I traded my ripped jeans and beanie for a sleek dress and pumps. Instead of heading…

Fun Things To Do in London with the entire family

The World Is Your Oyster: Fun Things to Do In London

With no shortage of sights to see and things to do in London, it’s no wonder why London is one of the most visited cities in the world. Whether you fancy delicious food, thirst-quenching libations, world-class museums, or find yourself getting…
Best Guesses At British Phrases by The Thought Card

Our Best Guess At 16 British Phrases and Slang Words

During my recent trip to England, I spent some time traveling around the country and one thing has me stumped. I'm still trying to figure out the meaning of British phrases and slang. An "avon" was a "river", a "till" was "cash register"…