Author Archives: Eva

Eva

About Eva

Hi everyone! My name is Eva and I joined the EasyToBook team earlier this year. I’m very happy to get the chance to write for the blog! Other than that, I love traveling, movies, art and cooking. You might also catch me at some cycling races cheering for cyclists and hunting for water bottles. Enjoy the blog!

A few observations on The French and Food

This is a guest post by James Cave. France is a country famed for its food and any trip here is going to be centred on food, food and more food. Well, for me that’s how trips to France have … Continue reading

Playtime for Kids in Paris

Don’t even think about leaving your kids at home when you visit Europe this season. While Paris may seem like an adult-oriented city at first glance, the “City of Lights” offers a plethora of activities for children of all ages. … Continue reading

Kilimanjaro, a Mountain You Need to Climb in a Lifetime

This is a guest post by Irina Kirilov, blogger for Thrifty Romania, a car rental agency in Eastern Europe. Few people have ever had the experience of climbing some of the highest mountains in the world, even though it’s obvious … Continue reading

Five days in Madrid – by Melda Eren

Do you remember, way back in September, we ran an awesome +1 competition on our Google Plus page? We offered you a unique opportunity to win a €500 travel voucher and all you had to do was tell us who … Continue reading

The Best Honeymoon Destinations In The UK

This is a guest post by Wayne Barker. When not planning his own second honeymoon, Wayne writes for ladies wedding rings and beautiful engagement rings specialists, Portfolio of Fine Diamonds. The honeymoon phase of marriage is one of the most … Continue reading

5 Things Not To Do On a Plane

This is a guest post by Chase Fleming of Wherever Worker. We all know that flying isn’t easy.  Well, actually, it is – there’s really nothing easier, unless you have a tough time sitting in a chair and reading a … Continue reading

Berlin’s Nightlife: The 48-Hour Challenge

This is a guest post by Party Earth So you saw the neoclassical architecture. You took pictures of the shining metal chariot atop the Brandenburg Gate. You stood at the end of the Berlin Wall and did that weird East-West … Continue reading

Fall in Myrtle Beach

This is a guest post by Gina Vasselli Summer brings millions of people to Myrtle Beach so they can escape the heat with cool ocean water and breezes on their vacation. But, you know, Myrtle Beach doesn’t close down during … Continue reading

Barcelona’s Hidden Gems

This is a guest post by blogger Harriet Freeman   If you have any knowledge at all about Barcelona, then when someone asks you “What should I see when I visit Barcelona?” you would probably answer without hesitation “La Sagrada … Continue reading

Great Midwestern Fall Get-Away Spots

This is a guest post by Drew James Each autumn we witness a curious human social phenomenon. Millions of people flock from one part of the country to another to look at…trees! There’s no better excuse to get outdoors than … Continue reading