We came to Northern Ireland to see the beautiful scenery and amazing sights then we were told not to leave without visiting some Game of Thrones sights. So here’s what we found…
Ireland has thousands of amazing castles, monasteries, cathedrals, abbeys and more. We have a long way to go before seeing them all.
We heard about the Apollo 11 Tribute on the radio as we drove to work Friday. The idea of watching a show projected on the Washington Monument sounded like a perfect activity. Let’s go…
Driving northeast toward Sligo, we were searching for the Caves of Kesh and they should be easy to find – they are big and on a hill. It’s a beautiful day for a hike!
Twisting roads, ruins, hikes, a waterfall and every shade of green possible. How could you not visit Killarney National Park?
Two days in Belfast with only one plan…just walk and enjoy the city. We expected plenty of pubs, good food and the typical city sights, but then we stumbled onto the Belfast Street Art Murals.
Everyone has heard of the White House in Washington DC. It is where the President lives and self-guided tours are offered to the pubic!
Stunning scenery around every corner, friendly locals, and never-ending adventure…this is Camping Iceland part 2!
Stunning scenery around every corner, friendly locals, and never-ending adventure…this is Camping Iceland!
What’s a flatlander? Well, until this Canyonland’s adventure, we’d never heard the term before.