So after our 4 and a half days in Washington D.C. naturally, like any tourists visiting the east coast, our next stop was NYC. We rose disgustingly early for a Saturday morning, jumped on the Amtrak and sat for 4 hours before arriving in ‘The Big Apple’. My first thoughts whilst driving through the city? I can think… Read More New York, New York
Wow, so Washington was a whirlwind. The US capital is a glorious city largely made up of monuments, memorials and museums. We visited last month (June) and had 4 full days there but it was a bit of a squeeze to fit everything in! However, we managed to see the bulk of attractions on our… Read More Washington D.C.
The Lake District in Cumbria is without doubt my favourite place to escape to in the U.K. Every year, around this time, I get an itching to go – a need to go. For me, visiting the Lakes is like stepping into another world because it’s the opposite of everyday life. My life is dominated by… Read More Another year, another trip to the Lakes!
So around this time last year I was in Prague! What a stunning place – orange rooftops, impressive buildings, cobbled streets, medieval vibe, beautiful river, greenery galore – probably one of my favourite cities so far. Prague is not big but there’s a lot to see and do. The city is split into three main… Read More This time last year? – Prague
So…Paris!! We went mid February of this year and it was everything I thought it would be. The French capital had featured high on my bucket-list for quite some time and I’d had a yearning to visit since my eighteenth birthday. Luckily I was able to convince (bully) one of my friends into joining me and after a disconcerting start,… Read More Paris