• About Ann

    With a degree in Geography under her belt, Ann felt that a career in travel might be a good choice. Fast forward over thirty years, and Ann is still in the industry so her instincts have served her well. Ann spent much of her early career working for big names such as Global Overland and Wallace Arnold where she was involved in the contracting and operation of coach tours on a large scale. Taking time out to raise her family, Ann returned to the industry working for Cities Direct. Her desire to travel is as strong as ever and she loves nothing better than visiting a new destination and being able to relay her experiences first hand to Cities Direct clients.

    Monaco – is it more than just a Grand Prix Circuit?

    by  • June 2, 2018 • Monaco, Sport

    Monaco does have quite a lot of sights to interest most visitors and makes an excellent day trip destination from Nice. Many of the millions of people who watched the Monaco Grand Prix on their televisions this year will probably have felt just as I did – that the setting is fabulous, but is there...

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    Seize the Moment in Salzburg This Year

    by  • May 18, 2018 • Culture Breaks, Music, Salzburg

    Salzburg

    There’s an extensive programme of cultural events taking place in Salzburg all year Salzburg is a beautiful city, famous for so many things including the Mirabell Palace and Gardens, the Hohensalzburg Fortress, the Hellbrunn Palace with its trick fountains and the Getreidegasse.  Salzburg is also well known for being the birthplace of the composer...

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    Springtime in Slovenia

    by  • April 15, 2018 • Bled, Lake Bled, Lakes, Ljubljana

    Bled

    Lake Bled is at its beautiful best in late spring. The Slovenian resort town of Bled nestles in the foothills of the Julian Alps on the shores of beautiful Lake Bled.  There’s plenty to do during a stay in Bled – I was fortunate to spend nearly a week in this lovely spot last...

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