Home » Entries posted by Anthony Mullis (Page 2)
Stories written by Anthony
I am a travel enthusiast who loves learning about the world around me. I have a passion for visiting new places and learning new cultures. I am a keen photographer and you will find me out and about taking pictures of new cities and placing them on my Flickr, Instagram or The Tour Expert community pages. I also like to visit Memorials and holy sights such as Cathedrals or locations such as Lourdes. if its about travel, i am interested

USA Tour 2012

USA Tour 2012

An RV Tour of some of the National and State Parks in the USA 26th April – 15th June 2012 Sent in by Joan & Malcolm, UK The beginning of the tour was late at night when we arrived at the hotel in Portland, Oregon. Our taxi driver warned us not to walk out in […]

Christmas Market Tours

Christmas Market Tours

Christmas Market Tours 7 Day Christmas Market Tours Suggested Tours of Christmas Markets around Europe Suggestion 1 Towns Click on the towns for information Calais – Brugge (115km) Brugge – Antwerp (91km) Antwerp – Aachen (140km) Aachen – Liege (54km) Liege – Brussels (96km) Brussels – Lille (112km) Lille – Calais (109km)   Available after Dec 8th  * * * View […]

Wine Route in Alsace, France

Wine Route in Alsace, France

Tours of France Alsace Tour The Alsace wine route travels 170 kilometres from North to South past rolling vineyards and on through pretty, flower-decked villages, with their half-timbered houses and medieval castles, makes it an interesting and picturesque drive. When starting in the north, the route begins in Marlenheim – Westhoffen – Molsheim, full of […]

Cammino di Santiago

Cammino di Santiago

Cammino di Santiago Cammino di Santiago   Santiago Information THE CAMINO IN HISTORY: El Camino de Santiago, in English “The Way of Saint James,” is the pilgrimage to the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in northwestern Spain, where legend has it that the remains of Jesus’s apostle Saint James the Elder lie. The Camino has […]

Top Ten Christmas Markets in Europe

Top Ten Christmas Markets in Europe

   Top Ten Christmas Markets in Europe The magic that is Christmas is drawing near once more, and from November onwards the Christmas Markets are setting up to welcome visitors for the festive season. It is a welcome break  when you take time out and visit the Christmas markets and join in with the wonderful […]

German and Austrian Christmas customs and traditions

German and Austrian Christmas customs and traditions

Austria & Germany – Christmas Customs and Traditions German and Austrian Christmas customs and traditions. Many of the Christmas traditions that are enjoyed throughout Europe stem from Germany such as the all important Christmas tree – Tannenbaum – that takes pride of place in our living rooms and which we take great care to decorate […]

Christmas Customs and Traditions of the U.S.A.

Christmas Customs and Traditions of the U.S.A.

U.S.A.- Christmas Customs and Traditions Christmas Customs and Traditions of the U.S.A. The U.S.A. is a melting pot of nationalities and therefore has a wealth of traditions that it has made its own. Homes, Churches, Malls and cities are filled with decorations, Christmas trees and Christmas  lights. In the U.S.A. it is Santa Claus that […]

Swedish Christmas Customs and Traditions

Swedish Christmas Customs and Traditions

Sweden – Christmas Customs and Traditions Swedish Christmas Customs and Traditions.  As the Christmas season begins in Sweden it is dark, cold and blanketed in snow which makes it all the more cosy inside. Children begin to open their Advent calendars from the first of December, behind the windows they  are rewarded with small sweets […]

French Christmas Customs and Traditions

French Christmas Customs and Traditions

France – Christmas Customs and Traditions French Christmas Customs and Traditi0ns.  Although there are some small differences in the various regions of France, the main traditions are the same and as in many countries they have their own special Christmas Cake the Buche de Noel, a rich chocolate cake baked in the shape of a […]

Polish Christmas Customs and Traditions

Polish Christmas Customs and Traditions

Poland – Christmas Customs and Traditions Polish Christmas Customs and Traditions.  Christmas, or Wigilia, is a very important time of the year and has many ancient traditions still observed today.  Days before Christmas begins Polish women will start to clean their homes completely, it is believed that if your home is dirty at Wigilia then […]

Reviews

USA Tour 2012

An RV Tour of some of the National and State Parks in the USA 26th April – 15th June 2012 Sent in by Joan & Malcolm, UK The beginning of the tour was late at night when we arrived at the hotel in Portland, Oregon. Our taxi driver warned us not to walk out in […]