Traveling on a budget is not easy. If you research a little, you can get good hotel booking fares that are budget friendly. To save you from the effort, here are some of the major destinations in Europe that are easy on the budget.
Prague was one of the cheapest destinations in Europe until last decade when visitors from around the world started paying attention to it. The city has a magnificent facade which is attractive to everyone. Hotel booking fares are also very reasonable but it seems that they won’t be like this for long.
Pictures of Nohant reveal a sylvan fairyland, with appealing formal gardens and a large wild area in the English manner. At least Chopin may have had a few years of peace there.
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM – Magic Carpet at Zimmer Children’s Museum, 6505 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 100, L.A. Design your own Persian-style rug. $3 per child with admission: $8 adults, $5 children 3 and older. For more information, call (323)761-8984.
3:00 PM – Beverly Hills 11and Comedy Showcase at Roxbury Park Auditorium, 471 S. Roxbury Dr., Beverly Hills. Old-time comics Jack Carter and Norm Crosby share the bill with singer Tiba. $20-$30. For more information, call (310) 285-6840.
Let’s face it; I hit the jack-pot when it comes to female role models. While I don’t do everything the way my mother or grandmother would have me do it it is because of their consistent messaging to me that I have the strength to believe I can do European culture it and I can do anything.
If you’re looking to let your hair down and party, then you may want something a bit different to your local watering hole. A trip to Amsterdam in Holland has a fantastic nightlife (not to mention plenty of culture to soak up in the day) and is easy to get to from regional airports in the UK.
While these may be best places to live for some, they may be not so great places for others. That’s what is great about choice – there are dozens of countries around the world that anyone would be happy to spend their lives and retirement in.