A Day at the Eden Project

Rising bright and early on a grey, cloudy morning, Dom and I jumped into the car and began the one hour drive south into Cornwall. Despite being faced with rain showers, the countryside… Continue reading

Delightful Days in Devon

August Bank Holiday is renowned for thick clouds, heavy rain and traffic jams. This years was no different. Early on Sunday morning I was picked up by my boyfriend Dom and we began… Continue reading

Summer in Henley-on-Thames

When summer strikes in Henley, the town becomes a wash of colour with strings of bunting across every street, a sea of bright, colourful blazers and fancy hats, beautiful dresses, boats galore and… Continue reading

Wonderful Windsor

A couple of Saturdays ago, I took a trip with some of my lovely girl friends to the town of Windsor. We decided that whilst we were whiling away the summer, waiting for… Continue reading

Cliveden’s Corners

Sat on the banks in the River Thames, just outside the town of Maidenhead is the majestic Cliveden House, Buckinghamshire. Boasting a luxurious Hotel for the rich and famous, the House is set… Continue reading

What to do in Düsseldorf: Visit Schloss Benrath

The Stadtteil (area) of Benrath in the south of Düsseldorf is popular place for many reasons.  Its proximity to the river Rhine and a number of nature reserves, along with the beautiful Baroque… Continue reading

InterRail #15: King Ludwig II’s Herrenchiemsee

The final day of our InterRail trip was soon upon us and we were off on another adventure, to visit the slightly less famous castle of King Ludwig II, Herrenchiemsee or the ‘little… Continue reading

InterRail #14: Majestic Munich (I mog di!)

Having left Verona bright and early, where the sun was out and shining, we pulled into Munich Hbf at just gone 2pm where the skies were thick with grey clouds. After dropping off… Continue reading

InterRail #13: An Afternoon in Augsburg

„Hätt’ ich Venedigs Macht und Augsburger Pracht, Nürnberger Witz und Straßburger G’schütz und Ulmer Geld, so wär’ ich der Reichste in der Welt.“ (Stefan Zweig) If I had the power of Venice and… Continue reading

InterRail #12: A Day in Verona

Leaving Padua behind us, we travelled across country to Verona. Although the journey was not far, we set off reasonably early and arrived in the city just before 09.30. After some slight confusion, we… Continue reading

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