If you’ve listened before, you’ll remember me not being a big fan of London, but I’ve changed my tune quite a bit!
While I still won’t admit that English food is very good, we’ve found a couple of places I really enjoy, and this last time in London was quite a lot of fun!
Today Heather joins me to talk about our favorite areas of the city, some of the best places to eat, and a TON of things to do. From free museums (yes, free!) to a great way to see shows for cheap, we have some great tips for the budget traveler in today’s episode!
Meals are all well and good, but everyone knows the best part is dessert! And the coffee/wine/beer that you pair with your meal ;)
So today I join Heather, she has more to say on this, as we recount our favorite Coffee, Wine, Beer, and Dessert from our travels in 2016. We don’t have as much wine to chat about this year, but check out last years list for some great recommendations if you’re searching!
Don’t forget to check us out on social media to participate in the #EPoPScavengerHunt!
What were your favorite beers, coffees, wines, and/or desserts in 2016? Let me know @ExtraPackofPeanuts!!
After a birthday trip to Chile, Suzanne and Mitch Rutledge realized that long term travel might be something they could ACTUALLY do! They got back home and started planning;
What would they do with their house? How would their son’s school take the news that they were taking an extended trip abroad? Where were they going to go?!
As they began preparing for their trip things began falling into place, and here they are, on the other end, talking about their experiences as seasoned world travelers!
Suzanne, Mitch, and Luke (the youngest person to ever be on the podcast) join me today to chat about getting out the door and deep into a 9-month adventure around the world, along with some of the best tips that they learned along the way.
If you’ve been following our adventures, you’ve probably seen some awesome pictures from our 2 month trip around Europe.
Heather and I both picked one location we really wanted to go and put together an, admittedly weird, itinerary.
We went to:
Norway Georgia (the country!) Greece England Scotland
We ran the gamut of weather, prices, and foods on our travels and today we’re here to talk about our top 5 foods, accommodations, and experiences from our trip. Including how many pounds we’ve collectively gained!
Tag us on Instagram @ExtraPackofPeanuts and let us know what country you’re the most excited to visit after listening to our travels!