Tips & Guides

What to do in Rome in 3 days

So you planned a city trip to Rome? They say a lifetime isn’t enough to see all of the Eternal City. What are the absolute must-sees and how do you prevent from getting stuck in tourist crowds all weekend without seeing the ‘real Rome’? Let us guide you with...

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LOVENpresents – Hidden pizza

I love a good pizza. And this is certainly my go-to spot for one. From the outside, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were in the wrong place, in an industrial estate in Tottenham. And it certainly doesn’t look like a restaurant. A discrete sign outside a...

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Travelling Scotland, with a Difference

Planning a Trip to Scotland, with Over-Tourism in mind The summer season has passed and the relative calm of September has taken hold. An extra layer has appeared and the leaves are transitioning towards our most photogenic season. It also means it’s reflection...

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Best places to ice skate in London with kids

There’s nothing which says Christmas is coming more than watching the Christmas ice rinks in London start to appear – but if you’re looking for the best places to ice skate in London with kids, how family-friendly are they all?... The post Best places to ice...

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Crowden Camping and Caravanning Club Review

Over the last 3 years we have become a very keen camping family and have tried to fit in at least 3 or 4 trips each summer, usually using it as a good excuse to catch up with friends and get away from the stresses of work. So, we were really excited to try out...

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Review | Pirate’s Quest, Newquay

During our stay at the Tregurrian Camping and Caravanning Club Site we ventured out to Newquay to explore a fabulously unique attraction, Pirate’s Quest in Newquay. Pirate’s Quest is an immersive walk-through experience where you are guided around some super...

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Wine Tasting in Lisbon, Portugal

“Numa casa portuguesa fica bem / pão e vinho sobre a mesa” Like the fado icon Amália Rodrigues sang, a welcoming Portuguese home is identified by the presence of bread and wine on the table, but it is not a well-known fact that Portugal is a nation of wine...

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First Time on a Narrowboat With Kids

This weekend we set off on our very first narrowboat adventure as a family, but not just the 5 of us, as a multi generational family with aunty, uncle, cousins and Grandma and Grandad too! Narrowboat Holiday Company, Anglo Welsh, who have been providing this...

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Dotori – Korean delights

I had great expectations from this tiny restaurant because of the number of good reviews I had heard from friends. When I finally managed to go a couple of weeks ago I was not disappointed. This little gem has an extensive menu of Korean and Japanese dishes –...

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