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Visiting the Home of the Premier League

Visiting the Home of the Premier League

Sports and travel have always gone together for me. Attending the Super Bowl, World Cup, and visiting every Major League Baseball stadium have all played major roles in traveling around the U.S. and the world. I still have a few MLB stadiums left to see but that hasn’t stopped me from setting the new travel…

London, England

City Guide: 72 Hours in London

London is a massive city to get yourself lost in without careful planning. Plenty of museums, sites, restaurants, and pubs will keep you occupied for weeks. What if you only have 72 hours to see London? What should you see and what should you skip? Use this London city guide to make the most of…

Big Ben London

Hacking London: Tips and Tricks to Save

London is an expensive city by anyone’s standard around the world. This is especially true for Americans traveling to the U.K., but no matter where you are coming from, we all want to save money while traveling. The key is knowing what is free, what to skip, and where to find the best deals. Everything…

Four Seasons Skyfall Pool

Hotel Review: Four Seasons Canary Wharf- London

London is one of my favorite cites in the world. I have been fortunate enough to travel there many times over the years and recently returned to cap off an amazing road trip across the UK. My trip started in Edinburgh, through Scotland, down to Liverpool and finally completing the journey in London. I have…

London at Canary Wharf

10 Reasons to Stay in Canary Wharf, London

When most people are planning their trip to London they are looking to stay in the heart of London. The West End often comes to mind due to it’s proximity to main tourist sites. There is nothing wrong with this decision but London is a large city and to limit yourself to one area is…

St Andrews 18th Hole

Road Trip UK: From Edinburgh to London

The idea for this road trip all started with the plan to watch the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles in Scotland. I had last seen the United States come back to beat the Europeans in 1999 at The Country Club, one of the courses I played in high school in Brookline, MA. The United States hadn’t won…