The Coit Tower, San Francisco is shaped like the nozzle of a fire hose and stands at 210 ft. Head up to the top of the tower in its Art Deco elevator and you’ll get to take in the stunning 360 degree views of the city from its open-air observation deck.
Rethymno in Crete with it’s fortress, Venetian harbour and maze of cobbled alleyways is the best preserved medieval town in Greece. Let me show you round this pretty Cretan town.
What to see do in Lisbon, where and what to eat and how to get to Belem from the city to buy the best Pastéis de nata in Portugal
In pictures – My five favourite iconic views of New York from Brooklyn Bridge to the avenue of trees in Central Park and Downtown Manhattan to Grand Central Terminal.
A road tour from Las Vegas to Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park to see a landscape of russet-red rock formations, petrified sand dunes, slot canyons and arches eroded by wind, water and time.
A tour of The Neon Museum and Boneyard, Las Vegas to check out the vintage neon signs which once illuminated down town Vegas and seduced weary travellers into its hotels, motels, bars and casinos. As well as getting up close and personal to these vintage Vegas signs there are tales of the early Vegas hotels and the characters that used them.
Skyscrapers don’t come any taller than The Burj Khalifa and as we arrived I craned my neck and looked up, and up, and up. Soaring high into the sky above Dubai at 830 metres to the tip it’s the world’s tallest building.
Dubai is an extraordinary place; home of skyscrapers, deserts and the world’s tallest building. But there’s another side to Dubai and amid the skyscrapers I found a city with an authentic Emirati culture, a rich heritage and a fascinating food scene.
That time we spent a day playing 18 holes at Sea Links Golf & Country Club – Asia’s most challenging links golf course. Sea Links with its roller-coaster fairways, stunning views and great caddies made for a perfect round of golf.