The Brenta Riviera favoured by Casanova, Galileo, Byron and D’Annunzio, painted by Tiepolo and Canaletto, described by Goethe and Goldoni, hosted French and Russian Royal Families. Even Napoleon, the Hapsburgs, the Savoy stayed here.
Every year, from March to October, a romantic mini-cruise among the Venetian Villas of the Riviera del Brenta, from Padua to Venice or the other way round, a trip through art and history on the way followed by the ancient Venetian Burchiello in the 1700’s.
Currently I find myself at the magnificent 't Loo yacht marina and campsite in the Netherlands enjoying incredible weather for February - now around 20C. The campsite is right at the water's edge and the marina is connected to the Maas river. At around 8km distance along the river, is the forme
Along Kent’s Heritage Coast from Dover: Folkestone, Hythe and Romney Marsh highlight the kaleidoscopic contrasts of Kent’s scenic southeast. Roads less travelled lead to Hellfire Corner, smugglers’ haunts and animal magic, as well as quaint churches and inns with stories to tell.
I am currently writing from near Gunzburg in Germany. The winter is not the best time to come here, I should have been here last June but did not make it (enjoying myself too much where I was!) My van is parked at the stellplatz next to the AL-KO plant. Gunzburg is a historic town with a wonde
A major reason why living in a motorhome is so appealing to people is because of the focus on simplicity; the great appeal of having everything you need and nothing you don’t. Living with less allows us to focus on the important things in life; our dreams, our passions--the list goes on.