Lives in Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Since Nov 2009
35-49 year old male
I was born in London and moved to Morocco when I was several months old and spent the first few years of my life there. I have lived in France, Italy and spent a lot of time in Spain laterally Málaga in Andalucía almost a year prior to living in Edinburgh; where I have been living since 2000 and truly believe it's one of the most stunning, amazing cities to live in. I am a passionate traveller. I love exploring all parts of the world and enjoy walking round cities, trekking through mountains and have been to some weird and wonderful corners of the globe! My favourite and most visited destinations are Edinburgh, Glasgow, London, Rome Málaga and Seville.
Ancient Ruins, Scenic Walking Areas
Speciality Museums, Game & Entertainment Centres
Speciality Museums, History Museums
The York Castle Museum is a great place for a fun day out. There's lots to discover here: Walk down a replica of a Victorian street and explore exhibits about how life was back then, and how times have changed! Here, you will also find offbeat collections of miniatures, patchwork quilts, and World War I Christmas cards.
This is your chance to walk along an amazing piece of history dating back to the year 71 AD; you can tour a stretch of the walls, or circle the whole city! Some great views of York can be enjoyed on this walk. An absolute must when in town!
Named after the historic street where it is located, Shambles Kitchen offers a great selection of freshly prepared food, from wraps to pulled pork to hearty stews. An excellent stop for lunch!
Prepare to be educated, entertained, and thrilled all at the same time at the York Dungeon, which gives you a glimpse of the darker side of York.
The staff here at York Brewery provide an entertaining and informative tour of the entire beer-making process. Tastings included!
Explore train history first hand, from the locomotives of yesteryear to the modern-day Japanese bullet train.
Head here to explore Viking houses and experience scenes, sounds, and smells that give you a flavour of what Viking life was like.
A great little pub with nice ales, Ye Old Shambles Tavern is a great place to relax after a day spent uncovering the history of York. Plus, you have an opportunity to visit The Shambles at night, when the street takes on a completely different feel!