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A Luxury Log cabin stay in The Cotswolds

I am the first to admit I often shy away from holidaying in the UK, I have never been a big explorer of my own country, fast opting for a city break in Europe or somewhere much further afield.…

Finding inspiration in The Hague

On my latest trip to The Netherlands, I had expectations of what I thought I would come home with, they included a full stomach, an increased urge to emigrate there and a Fitbit with an extremely high step count,…

Where to eat in Den Bosch (s-Hertogenbosch)

Den Bosch, or ‘s-Hertogenbosch as it is sometimes called, is located towards the South of The Netherlands. While it may not be an as popular destination as Amsterdam and Rotterdam, it still holds the Dutch charm that I have…

The unique museums of Budapest, Hungary

Furiously button bashing the controller trying to remember how to make Chun Li perform her infamous ‘flying bird kick’ I was taken straight back to my childhood and endless arguments with my older brother over computer games. Not an experience I was…

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3 days In Budapest – An Itinerary

Glancing at my Fitbit I quickly realised that we had walked 38000 steps and were on target to match the 44000 from the day before, our legs were starting to tire but our minds were still fully set to…

Wizz Air Review: Read this before flying with Wizz Air

Travelling frequently means always looking for a bargain, for the majority of us anyway, and that often means flying low budget airlines, for me it is a no-brainer, I have now flown the majority of the European low-cost airlines…

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City guide: Things to do in Warsaw, Poland

I visited Warsaw for a weekend in April this year, it was part The Money Shop’s £200 challenge, which we marginally failed but you can read more about that here. The weekend break marked my first time in Poland…

London’s most unique afternoon teas

I love afternoon tea, what more could you want than a sit down with tea and cake, it’s terribly British but it is wonderful. London plays host to many afternoon tea locations, so much so you are over spoilt…

Unique ways to see a city: Bike and Bite Rotterdam

On a standard city break, it is not unusual to see DJ and I power walking from sight to sight, clocking up the equivalent of a marathon over two days. We always opt to do this over public transport…