Six Months In – My 2018 Bucket List

Six Months In – My 2018 Bucket List

2017 was a hell of a year, and I’m determined to make sure 2018 is just as epic. It’s six months in, and let’s see how my bucket list is faring shall we? Stay-cations As I hope is clear from my calendar filled with at home experiences, I’m a true advocate for staycations. Especially if you have limited time to travel like me. There is no end to the new experiences in and around Bristol. I finally got to visit Her…

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Why Sebz is one of the best restaurants in Gloucester

Why Sebz is one of the best restaurants in Gloucester

I’m here to tell you why Sebz is one of the best restaurants in Gloucester. They should give me an I heart Sebz T-Shirt because this place is hands down one of my favourite restaurants of all time. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. The Interior A cat stealing a fish. A fallen waiter. A guest showered in salad. Not disastrous table service, but the cartoon mural worked onto Sebz white washed walls. This large art…

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The Salzburg Hotel You Need to Stay In

The Salzburg Hotel You Need to Stay In

So you’ve scored great flights to Salzburg, but now you need to find a great Salzburg hotel? Located just outside of the City Centre – easily accessible by bus – is the family-run Hotel Tunerwirt that resembles something from a fairy tale. While this Salzburg Hotel may only be 3*, it’s 7.8 score on Booking.com and ludicrously cheap prices makes this a perfect stay – but that’s not all. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. It’s…

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The Best Gluten Free Restaurants in Belfast

The Best Gluten Free Restaurants in Belfast

For me, Belfast was a girly retreat and a chance to eat without guilt and drink like the Irish. But for my friend, suffering with severe IBS and in the process of a low FODMAP diet, the weekend was going to be worrisome. But her fears wilted when she learned of our dining arrangements, at four specially selected and highly reviewed gluten free restaurants in the city. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. Home From…

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What Not To Miss in Salzburg

What Not To Miss in Salzburg

Forget singing in the hills, here’s five things to do in Salzburg that you shouldn’t miss during your visit. First things first, get yourself a Salzburg Card because many of the things to do in Salzburg are free of charge with the card – I saved over 100 euros with mine! These aren’t the only things to do in Salzburg, but they were the absolute highlights of my weekend trip. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more…

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Four things to do in Hallstatt

Four things to do in Hallstatt

Do you believe in fairy tales? These four things to do in Hallstatt are sure to make you feel like you’ve stepped into the pages of a fairy tale novel. If you haven’t added Hallstatt to your Austria itinerary, well here’s four reasons why you should. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. 1) The ‘Bone House’ While you won’t find Prince Charming or singing candlesticks in this charming village, you will find over 600 painted…

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How to get from Salzburg to Hallstatt

How to get from Salzburg to Hallstatt

Before setting foot in Austria, I just knew that Hallstatt had to be on the itinerary, lured in by its fairy tale charm, and getting from Salzburg to Hallstatt was so simple and affordable, that I’d highly recommend a visit. After doing some research, it became apparent that there were three options to get there: bus, train or tour. No one article would agree on which was best, some claimed the train was better and some claimed the bus. I…

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The Algarve Town You Need to Visit

The Algarve Town You Need to Visit

Dramatic cliff faces, blue waters, a fascinating history and year-round surfing – that’s Sagres. Not Portugal’s premium lager, but the Algarve town once thought to be the end of the world. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. A voyage of discovery Before the 15th Century, Europeans believed Sagres – more specifically Cape St Vincent – to be the end of the world. It was here that Prince Henry the Navigator founded a maritime school that would contribute…

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Tale as Old as Time Beauty and the Beast Afternoon Tea at the Town House Kensington

Tale as Old as Time Beauty and the Beast Afternoon Tea at the Town House Kensington

Be our guest, be our guest, put our service to the test, tie your napkin ’round your neck, cherie, and we’ll provide the rest. And that’s exactly what happened at The Town House Kensington‘s Tale as Old as Time Beauty and the Beast afternoon tea. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. The borough of Kensington is a place of wonderment as low hanging Wisteria graces nearby houses and apartments. And with its little blue bike and…

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How to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa

How to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa

The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of those over-popularised places that you kind of have to see. But there isn’t a whole lot else there so if you have the time, I’d recommend a half day visit from Florence. *This article may contain affiliate links, click here for more information. Getting to Pisa from Florence I caught the train from Florence to Pisa, using the European version of Trainline to book my tickets as it’s familiar to me living…

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