Post Tagged with: "review"

  • Romania

    Robert Lidster visits Romania

      Bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Ukraine, Romania also has borders with Hungary, Serbia and Moldova. Covering some 238,391 square kilometres (92,043 square miles), it is a country blessed with a temperate climate. With just under 20 million inhabitants, Romania is listed as the 7th most populated member […]

  • 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 […]

  • Normandie Express

    Brittany Ferries’ Normandie Express

    Robert Lidster takes a return crossing on Brittany Ferries’ Normandie Express. My journey had started some eight hours earlier, 155 miles away in Essex, I had travelled by National Express coach from Clacton-On-Sea via London to Portsmouth Ferry Terminal in order to catch the high speed ferry Normandie Express from […]

  • The Worst Hotel in London

    The Worst Hotel in London

    Gary Phillips stayed at what must be the worst hotel in London (but we are open to suggestions). If you ever need to stay close to St. Pancras on a low budget, don’t ever be tempted to stay at the Northumberland Hotel opposite King’s Cross Station. Read on… So there I […]


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...