Posts Tagged‘Drinking’

bacbachelor party in amsterdam

Picturesque canals, world-class museums, amazing restaurants  – cheap bud,  boobie shakin’, all-night drinking. Amsterdam is one destination that combines all of the cerebral, hedonistic, sybaritic and lowly pleasures a human could possibly be stimulated by.…

historic center of Ghent

Located in the northwest of Belgium, Ghent (or Gent) is a beautiful canal-laced city that is often overlooked on most people’s Belgium itinerary who often opt to blow through it via train from Brussels to…

After 12 days in Germany, it was time for me to head somewhere new. I had no plan after Berlin until a few days before when I was checking out cheap flights to wherever I…

partying in Tenerife

By day, Tenerife matches the typical sleepy holiday destination perfectly, right down to the palm trees, blazing sunshine and smooth sandy beaches. But as the heat dies down and the sun begins to stain the…

beer and cider in Germay

Drinking plays an essential role in Germany’s culture and traditions. It is of course renowned as a nation of beer-drinkers – a stereotype that has been reinforced across the globe thanks to the festival giant…

vacation in Cyprus

With summer here, that means festival season is well and truly upon us. There was a time when, for most, the choice would have been limited to what they could find in the UK, but…

Panoramic few of Istanbul

Ah yes, the glory of rooftop bars. I can understand the fascination with them: you feel like you’re on top of the world and you confirm this feeling with classy drinks and gourmet meals. Oh,…

drinking absinthe

While the name might seem rather unassuming, Bar Marsella is one of the coolest bar’s I’ve ever been to. Not because they have wet t-shirt contests, rock bottom prices, or just awesome music, but because of…

If you’re visiting the UK from overseas, you’ll be forgiven for assuming that a pub and a bar are much the same sort of establishment, since both are social places that serve alcohol. However, there…

nightlife in Kuta

The following is a guest post from Dan Cretes, a South East Asia frequenter. As a travel blogger, writing about the worst place you’ve ever been is not something you’re asked to do a lot.…

Brick Lane in London, UK

The Following is a Guest Post from a childhood friend of mine from Philadelphia, Alyssa Pollack.  She just completed a Masters degree at London College of Fashion and was living there for over a year and a half.  The Brits won her over and she is now planning to return to London in the spring for work and […]

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