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Driving Tag

Hardknott Pass and Wrynose Pass, are some of Britain's most challenging roads. A very steep, twisting single track road that passes through the middle of the Lake District. If you love driving and seeing some of the most stunning views, then this is for you. A visit...

Iceland is a country that many people have on their travel bucket lists, and it’s easy to see why. With stunning mountains, glaciers, volcanoes, geysers, hot springs and lava fields, Iceland is certainly a stunning sight to behold, whilst the inspiring culture, arts, and wonderful...

Depending how long your stay is, you may be looking if its worth hiring a 4x4 to drive across Iceland. No matter whether Iceland is your dream destination or a simple stopover, you're in the land of elves and surrounded by natural beauty in Iceland, wherever you go. If you're visiting...

Pretty much every getaway, holiday, city break and adventure, we have at some stage used a vehicle on the road for travel purposes. I'm pretty sure most of us all know the rules of the road in our home countries and where we may reside...

In June 2012 we both took up the chance to drive along the famous Route 66 during our road trip across California, Arizona, Utah and Nevada. This is a must for all, you don't even have to be interested in cars or even Harley Davidson's to experience this fantastic piece of road (well what's left of it). In case you didn't realise just how far the original historic Route 66 spans, it starts in Chicago, crosses 8 states, through 3 different time zones and finally ends in Santa Monica, Los Angeles. You can soon work out why it's also known as "The Mother Road" being 2448 miles long - yes that is 2448 miles!

As we were cruising through California into Arizona we had the chance of driving along some of the historic route, with one of our first stops being Seligman. This small town is a great stop over and is certainly dressed for tourism nowadays. There are various shops, diner's and even a road kill cafe that have been decorated with Route 66 signs and some of the most weird and wacky designs. This includes an old American convertible classic car with a life-sized Santa Claus!?!