easyHotel introduces “Aroomatherapy” service for guests I seriously had to check the date with this one. easyHotel are trialling bespoke sachets for guest rooms with ‘Aroomatherapy’ fragrance options include bacon, bread, coffee, chocolate, fresh grass, popcorn and bubble gum. The service will be trialled in the new easyHotels in Sheffield, Leeds and Barcelona, which
Tebay - The best motorway service station in the UK? Motorway services aren’t known for their prettiness or indeed comfort and welcome. Usually it’s a quick toilet stop, stretch of the legs, maybe a sandwich and back to the driving. Tebay, however, is something different. We stopped here for lunch on our way back from
Destination Abbey Road On a recent trip to London with Mr & Mrs Foodie, and old Father Foodie one of the main attractions I wanted to visit was Abbey Road. Home of the famous recording studios and of course that zebra crossing. Whilst the Foodies were at an all-day event, Old Father Foodie and I
Feast of Fife - Day Two of the Fife adventure View day one of my Feast of Fife here. On day two, this was the sight I woke up to! 😍 Catchpenny Safari Lodges Sleep in the wild without being wild at Catchpenny Safari Lodges. Nestled on the coast with gorgeous views over the Firth of
5 Must Visit Breweries in this Dusseldorf Beer Trail. If there’s one thing they do well in Düsseldorf is make beer. Here are five breweries within walking (staggering) distance of one another for a brewery beer crawl. Embrace the Düsseldorf way and wander along our Dusseldorf beer trail 🍺 Prost! Füchschen Start off at Brewery im
Celebrate the 150th anniversary of the birth of one of Glasgow's greatest sons, Charles Rennie Mackintosh Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum is hosting Charles Rennie Mackintosh Making the Glasgow Style until 14th August 2018 and Mrs Foodie, loving some Chas architecture (and in need of cheering up after the recent news) went along to
Feast of Fife - Day one of our adventure It was an early start for a trip to Fife on a foodie feast with some fellow bloggers. See I said early! The first train of the day from our railway station! I didn’t mind, as it’s a trip away and the day's weather looked promising.
Exploring the Durham countryside After day one in Durham what would be on the agenda today? Well first, of course, is breakfast. I was still full after steak the night before so just eggs and soldiers for me, and some tea. It was far too soon to pack up and say goodbye to Mabel the
Spending the day with Mackintosh: The Glasgow Style and more This year marks the 150th birthday of the architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh and what better way to celebrate than with a day out in Glasgow visiting some of the sights in his hometown! The first location of the day, Kelvingrove Art Galleries , opens from 10am.
It's 26 year’s since the start of the Siege of Sarajevo It's now 26 years since the Siege of Sarajevo began. This is the name given to the blockade of the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo in 1992. We went to Sarajevo as part of a Balkan holiday 8 years ago, so I