Archive for category: Cruise

Blogs and articles about sea or river cruises in Europe

  • Life In The Slow Lane

    Life In The Slow Lane

    David Powell spent a week on the luxury hotel barge L’Impressionniste cruising through Burgundy. The Burgundy canal is one of the most attractive canals in France, winding its way through the heart of renowned vineyards, medieval towns, elegant chateaux, magnificent cathedrals, picturesque villages and wonderful local markets.  Monday mornings don’t […]

  • Amawaterways

    River Cruising in Europe on AmaSerena

    Travel editor, David Powell, cruises through the waterways of Holland and Belgium in sheer luxury on AmaSerena, one of the AmaWaterways fleet. Spring and early summer is an ideal time to visit Holland and with miles of tranquil scenic canals to explore I was looking forward to a weeks cruise […]

  • Cruising the Med with MSC

    Cruising the Med with MSC

    Travel Editor, David Powell, experiences a Mediterranean fly-cruise on MSC’s luxurious cruise ship Preziosa .. read his review on Eurodestination … ‘Life should be measured in moments, not minutes’ As MSC say … life should be measured in moments, not minutes, and my first moment on Preziosa was just one […]

  • This is Luxury! Experiencing Holland from a new perspective

    This is Luxury! Experiencing Holland from a new perspective

      Travel Writer David Powell tries a different type of cruise, he goes barging through the waterways of Holland on the Panache, a luxury hotel barge operated by European Waterways. He reports on his cruise for Eurodestination. With miles of tranquil, scenic canals to explore in Holland, I was looking forward to an […]

  • Stena Line Stena Britannica

    A Mini-Cruise to Amsterdam

    by Gary Phillips Gary takes a trip on the enormous new Stena Britannica from Harwich to the Hook of Holland. Amsterdam is high on the to-do list of most weekend break travellers, but few consider the possibility of getting there by ferry. It’s clearly a liability to have a car […]

  • Weekend Cruise to Amsterdam and Zeebrugge

    P&O Cruises Official Site P&O Artemis is one of two CHILD FREE ships in the P&O fleet, the other one being Arcadia. At 44,348 tons Artemis is some 38,624 tons smaller than Arcadia so almost half the size. She is an intimate ship with traditional features such as the wrap-around […]

  • A P & O Arcadia Weekend Break to Zeebrugge

    By Robert Lidster To learn more about Arcadia and how to book a cruise on it, visit the P&O Cruises Website P&O Arcadia is one of two child free ships in the P&O fleet, the other ship being Artemis. At 83,500 tons Arcadia is by far the larger of the […]

  • Cruise Review: Ocean Village Two

    Having always been one for the more traditional style of cruising (I do enjoy dressing up for the formal nights), I finally decided it was time to try out some free style, less traditional cruising. With this in mind I booked my wife and I on a seven night Mediterranean […]

  • Cruise Review: NCL Nowegian Jewel

    Having previously only experienced free style cruising on one occasion, on a seven night Mediterranean cruise on Ocean Village Two, I was anxious to try it again with a different cruise line. I therefore found myself boarding NCL Norwegian Jewel at Dover for a three night mini cruise to Amsterdam. […]

  • Cruise Review: Independence of the Seas Cruise

    One of the perks of being involved in the cruise industry is that you get invited to launch events. April 2008 found my wife and I being invited to a two night cruise on Royal Caribbean Internationals newest and biggest ship Independence of the Seas. Independence of the Seas is […]

  • Cruise Review: A Norwegian Cruise on Fred Olsen’s “Balmoral”

    by Robert Lidster My wife and I were departing Dover onboard the Balmoral, the largest of the Fred Olsen cruise ships, we had sailed on her before back in March 2008 on a Caribbean cruise out of Miami, this time we were embarking on a twelve night Norwegian Fjord cruise. […]

  • Lake Valaam

    Cruising Valaam and Lake Ladoga from St. Petersburg

    Article by Trevor Claringbold It’s well known how nervous travellers are about ‘going it alone’ in unfamiliar countries. Get on an organised trip with your tour company to some unknown place… fine. But go and find a local agent in the city you’re staying in, to book you a trip […]

  • Moselle Bernkastel

    Moselle River Cruise

    Article by Trevor Claringbold It might not have the same dramatic reputation that the Rhine is blessed with, but the Mosel can in many ways be a better choice as a base for exploring Germany’s heartland. The Mosel has a more relaxed and open feel, with the wider valley floor […]

  • River Cruise Prague

    An Elbe River Cruise

    From Berlin to Prague, a cruise on the River Elbe shows you some of eastern Germany’s most impressive historic cities and finest scenery. Sue Dobson is your guide Topped and tailed by two spectacular capital cities, Berlin and Prague, a cruise on the River Elbe introduces you to ancient towns […]


Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...