Tips & Guides

Southampton Arms – London’s best pub

The Southampton Arms is London’s best pub. It has 18 handpulls pumping out real ale and traditional cider from small independent British breweries. It serves a mean hog roast pork roll with apple sauce and crackling. It has a record player and a piano. It has a...

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Things to do in Aberdeenshire

Road Tripping Through Aberdeenshire and the Cairngorms National ParkIt’s that typically lovely time of year in Scotland, May, when most in-the-know travellers descend on our outdoors in search of midge-free zones and almost predictably calm weather. Time then...

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Top 5 Foods to Eat in Lisbon, Portugal

When visiting a city, what we often remember the most is the experience of trying new and delicious local food. Portugal is home to some unique gastronomic wonders that often have a fascinating story about how they came to be, meaning you’ll remember not only...

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The Children’s Garden at Kew Gardens

On 18 May, Kew Gardens opens its new Children’s Garden to the public. This marks an exciting new chapter for younger visitors to the historic Kew Gardens. Mini Travellers were lucky to be given a sneak preview of the Children’s Garden, and have been counting...

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Top London Attractions for Teenagers

Teenagers are notoriously difficult to cater for – too old for kids activities and too young to explore on their own. Luckily for families with teenagers, there are plenty of fun things that are ideal for young adults in the city – you just have to know where...

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Ottolenghi – A Mediterranean feast

This isn’t some hidden gem. Sorry, but I don’t care. Star chef Yotam Ottolenghi is a worldwide success with his cookbooks and TV shows, but his flagship restaurant on Upper Street in Islington is amazing. I go regularly and I have never been disappointed.  The...

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Why You Should Travel More in the UK

How much time have you taken to explore the UK? There are so many reasons why taking time to enjoy what is so close in the United Kingdom can be reasonable and still have the same benefits as a long haul vacation for people who live here. Source link

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5 great events celebrating the moon

This July marks 50 years since Neil Armstrong made his ‘giant leap for mankind’ when he became the first man to walk on the cratered surface of the moon. Of course, London is celebrating this truly momentous date with a calendar of cool lunar...

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10 Things to do on the North Norfolk Coast

Have you ever been on holiday to the North Norfolk Coast? If not why not, there is so much to do and here are 10 things to do on the North Norfolk Coast that shouldn’t be missed in the Summer. The North Norfolk coastline is one of the most beautiful in England....

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Jam in a Jar – Live music in the northeast

There are plenty of people that claim London lacks a sense of community. These people clearly haven’t been to Green Lanes. This road, famed for its delicious kebab shops and range of pubs, is constantly abuzz with activity.  Jam in a Jar, situated on the...

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