Ellen and Rob
Paris, France Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom London, United Kingdom Edinburgh, United Kingdom Barcelona, Spain
We will begin our honeymoon by departing from SFO on Wednesday, July 17th on American Airlines at 5:00 PM. We'll land at Heathrow in London at 11:00 AM on the18th. Our last leg of our honeymoon wi...
Most important meal of the day! Whether it be the sausage, beans, eggs, and tea of England and Scotland or the croissants and cafe au lait in Paris, we are sure to have some great breakfasts!
We can't live on fabulous breakfasts and lunches alone! From the iconic pub grub of London, to bistro delicacies in Paris, Ellen and Rob DO NOT plan on going hungry!
We will be staying at a centrally located budget hotel near the Waterloo train station. The location will be ideal for getting around London, as we will be mere steps from some of London's greatest...
"The Jack the Ripper walk is guided by Britain's most distinguished crime historian, Donald Rumbelow, who is, as the Jack the Ripper A to Z puts it, "internationally recognised as the leading autho...
This guided walking tour combines a pub crawl of some of London's best and most historic drinking establishments, with a great deal of historical insight and often-overlook sightseeing.
Dinner at television star and slow-food movement luminary, Jaime Oliver's flagship restaurant, Fifteen.
As the artery that has always supplied the heartbeat to the great city of London, The River Thames provide access to many of London's greatest sites and attractions, with views that cannot be seen ...
Pretty sure both of our English degrees would be revoked if we were to spend a week in London without seeing a production of one of the Bard's tales in his own venue. (Standing tickets are a steal ...
Oyster cards are truly the key to getting around London, as they cover fees for the London Underground, Buses, Overland, and various other forms of public transportation. This one's for Ellen.
Rob still has his Oyster Card from his time in London, and is still able to add fare online. Pretty cool! Please help "top up" the card!
Another historic landmark, St. Paul's is an architectural wonder, and the magnum opus of England's most revered architect, Sir Christopher Wren.
Often known as the Broadway of London, the "West End" is home to world-class musicals.
Through generations of commonwealth status, Sub-Continentals (people from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan), commonly known as "Asians" in Britain, have made a huge influence on the culinary scene o...
After 6 surely unforgettable nights exploring London, we will head north to Scotland's capitol. It is sure to be a picturesque pastoral journey through England and into Scotland.
What better way to to end a story tale evening than a candle-lit gourmet meal in the dungeon of this magnificent Elizabethan-era castle?
Located very few steps from Edinburgh's most famous/popular attraction, The Royal Mile, the location is more than ideal. Clean rooms, and affordable rates on pirvate rooms all add up to what should...
Located on the other end of The Royal Mile from The Castle, Holyroodhouse Palace is the official residence of the Queen and the Royal Family when they are in Scotland. Excellent gallery and collect...
This tour includes: - Whisky barrel ride through the production of Scotch Whisky - Introduction to the aromas in Whisky - A dram of Scotch Malt Whisky (Irn Bru for under 18s) - World's la...
Apparently there's pretty decent surf just outside of Edinburgh, so she's gonna check it out!
The night before we take the ferry to Amsterdam, we're going to stay in this surprising nice Best Western.
Instead of a flight, or complicated train route, we're gonna take to the seas for this leg of our journey. Complete with a very nice sea-view cabin, gourmet meal, entertainment, and even a great Eu...
Similar to the Thames in London, one of the best and most unique ways to see Amsterdam is from the water.
Credited with pioneering modern portraiture as we know it, still life, and landscape, the "Dutch Golden Age" of the 17th century is one of the most celebrated periods in art history. The Rjksmuseum...
After three surely memorable night in Amsterdam, we will return to the rails to Paris!
We will be staying at Hôtel France Albion while in Paris. Very centrally-located, and fantastically priced (considering how expensive staying in Paris is) were the driving factors behind selecting ...
The catacombs of Paris are the final resting place of some six million people, and lie only feet below central Paris. Should be a fascinating and spooky tour!
No trip to Paris is complete without seeing the view from the top of both a global cultural icon of France and one of the most recognizable structures in the world!
Although it doesn't carry the cache that the Louvre, Musee d'Orsay is home to some of France's most important works of art, which the Louvre has almost none of.
A favorite of Ernest Hemingway's, Les Deux Magots is a famous café in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés area of Paris. It once had a reputation as the rendezvous of the literary and intellectual élite of ...
Ellen's sweet tooth shouldn't be a surprise to most people, and chocolate has always been her favorite. Considering Paris has been widely-considered the center of the chocolate universe for centuri...