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15th June 2020 by Hand Luggage Only13 best things to do in the Lake District
There are so many gorgeous national parks in the UK to visit; with the Lake District being one of my favourites! Consisting of around sixteen lakes, there’s a heap of the best things to do in the Lake District that is dotted all across the region. Honestly, if you’re the kind of traveller that want’s to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, then you’re gonna love the Lake District. It’s one of those timeless (and protected) places that so beautiful to visit. ...
15th June 2020 by Hand Luggage Only10 very best things to do in Norwich
Perched in East Anglia, Norwich is one of the totally gorgeous and historic cities in England to visit. The city is well over 1,000 years old and there’s a heap of the best things to do in Norwich that are nestled all across the city limits. This is exactly why I love it, there’s just so much to see and do over a long weekend! Plus, being around 100-miles away from the big smoke of London, it’s really easy to pop across via the train. This makes it totally easy to visit if you’re not...
15th June 2020 by Hand Luggage Only11 best places to visit in England (and why)
England’s full of so many amazing places to holiday in, some which you might have heard of, some you perhaps didn’t even consider and some of which you may not even know about. To make things easy for you, we’ve pulled together the very best places to holiday in England and why! We’ll even show you what they look like so you know exactly what to expect when you visit...
15th June 2020 by Hand Luggage Only10 very best things to do in Bath, England
Honestly, Bath is a totally stunning and historic city in England to visit. It’s the kind of place that’s steeped in history, with some dating back almost two-thousand years. You’ll be totally spoilt for choice when looking for the best things to do in Bath, especially as there are so many dotted across the city....
3rd May 2020 by Rachel NicoleNew York, Las Vegas & Los Angeles – The dream itinerary
2020 was supposed to be a huge year for travel but obviously my plans have been put on hold. Today, Stefan and I should’ve been visiting Disneyland in California but instead, we’re in lockdown in separate houses. It’s hard to know what to post about in this crisis but I’ve decided to talk about my Multi-Centre trip to the USA as something to look forward to. As you may know, we were supposed to be in the US for three weeks now but we had to cancel. Thankfully, we managed to get about...
21st February 2020 by Charlie, DistractedA self guided walking tour of street art in Bristol
“Have a shot every time someone tells you they know Banksy’, said a particularly sarcastic friend when I told her I was doing a day trip to Bristol on the way to a wedding on Devon. Bristolians are, rightfully so, very proud of their connection to the internationally recognised artist. He is arguably the only street artist to be a household name and like many fans of the medium, he was my first introduction to it....
20th February 2020 by Rachel NicoleLunch at The Ivy Victoria Quarter, Leeds
Last week, Stefan and I spent a couple of days in Leeds for a spot of shopping and of course, food was involved. The Ivy Victoria Quarter kindly invited us to sample their Lunch menu. I’m a huge fan of The Ivy but can you believe I’ve never been to the one in Leeds? I was very much looking forward to sampling the culinary delights in between hitting the shops! The Ivy, Leeds is located in Victoria Quarter with a little seating area in the arcade for when it gets rather busy. The main......