Bath is one of our all time favourite cities: filled with honey stone town houses, lots of lovely independent cafes and restaurants and of course the amazing natural thermal hot springs. Strolling through the Georgian cobbled streets you feel like you have stepped straight into a period drama with the famous Royal Crescent being a must see as well as the beautiful Pulteney Bridge lined with cute shops and cafes. From our recent trip to this rather pretty city, Olive and I have put together a guide of some our favourite eating and drinking spots, stores to visit as well as lots of lovely things to see and do.
Blanch and I have just come back from a festive weekend away in the beautiful city of Stockholm, Sweden. Winter is the perfect time to visit this scandi city, full of Christmas markets, bars serving warming mulled wine and streets lined with festival decorations, just be sure to wrap up warm and bring extra thick socks!
North Devon has long been one our favourite places in the South West, surrounded by childhood memories of building sandcastles on Putsbourgh sands, summer beach side BBQs and camping trips with friends. It will always be know as our ‘happy place’ which is why we are now super lucky to have a beach hideaway of our own tucked behind the sand dunes of Croyde bay, North Devon. This is where we like to escape too when the London busyness gets a little bit too much, for that much needed sea air, coastal strolls and endless cream teas!
Start the day on the most famous tram route of Lisbon, the number 28 as it passes through the pretty ramblering streets and up to the castle of st George. Perched high over Lisbon, the castle has amazing views stretching out over the terracotta roof tops and to the sea and beyond. Once an old fort, the castle ruins are a great place to explore either by day or at dusk with a cappuccino in one hand and a pastel de nata in the other