How will Brexit affect UK travellers?

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Well, this is all speculation at the moment as there are no definitive plans. How will Brexit affect UK travellers is not a question on top of the agenda for our politicians. But, is it in our interests to know … Continued

Exploring Berlin Zoo – Family travel

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On our last-minute trip to Berlin in November, we had planned to do a few things but exploring Berlin zoo wasn’t on the initial itinerary. We wanted to do something family friendly and had planned to visit Legoland Berlin. But … Continued

2017 Review and 2018 Future Plans

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A quick post really to check in with followers for a 2017 review and 2018 future plans. 2017 has been an amazing but very different year now we have our 1-year-old daughter with us. Under 2 travel can have its positives and … Continued

Our Dubrovnik Trip – What we did this time!

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Our Dubrovnik trip. We returned to Dubrovnik in September after 4 years for our wedding anniversary. Bringing along our daughter and sharing our wedding destination with her. When we first visited, although we spent a week here wedding planning meant … Continued

Is Artificial Grass Killing Our Environment? 

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The growing trend for ripping up turf and replacing it with artificial grass is becoming endemic in the UK. But what impact do our humble back gardens have? Is the need for a hassle free synthetic lawn of artificial grass … Continued

Giants Causeway and the Coastal Road

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I wanted to travel to Belfast to visit the Titanic museum as part of my Top 10 UK museums series. My husband suggested we should visit Giants Causeway and the coastal road there too. So I booked our flights and … Continued

Planning A Trip To Disneyland Paris

A holiday to Disneyland is a dream come true for most young children (and secretly most adults too). However, planning a trip to Disneyland Paris from the UK may seem like a daunting task. Especially when you’ve got kids to … Continued

24 hours in Verona: How To Fill Your Time

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Verona is a relatively small town in Italy but if you love Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet love story, then you need to take a stop and explore. Typical Italian atmosphere and hospitality as well as beautiful architecture and monuments. Here … Continued

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