Top Ten Sights of Budapest

Top Ten Sights of Budapest

Top Ten Sights of Budapest Contrary to popular belief, Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is actually made up of 3 separate cities not 2: Buda, Óbuda and Pest. A stunning city it is, Budapest is well-suited for tourism, it has UNESCO World Heritage Site status (https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/400), thermal spas, grand hotels, aRead More…

News: Zip Hotels by Premier Inn

News: Zip Hotels by Premier Inn

New budget hotel ZIP from Premier Inn Sometimes you really just need somewhere to place your head at night. Somewhere quiet, clean and has the essentials. For us this includes internet – imagine a day without it (bliss I bet!!) This is where ZIP comes in. Basic room with theRead More…

5 of the best places to celebrate New Year in Europe

5 of the best places to celebrate New Year in Europe

Celebrate New Year somewhere different! Have you planned what you are doing for New Year?  Since sitting at home watching the TV with the relatives isn’t our idea of fun, we try to always get away for New Year.  This is our Christmas present to each other. Somewhere new forRead More…

Accommodation review: Soar Mill Cove Hotel, Devon

Accommodation review: Soar Mill Cove Hotel, Devon

Soar into the Devonshire coast at Soar Mill Cove Soar Mill Cove is a spa hotel near Salcombe, off-grid down a long single track road flanked by tall hedges on either side, and by ‘off grid’ we mean that you won’t pick up a mobile signal with any carrier, and thisRead More…

Travel: Memento Park, Budapest, Hungary

Travel: Memento Park, Budapest, Hungary

Memento Park – the Communist statue park Memento Park (also known as “Szoborpark”) is something different to visit when you are in Budapest. A bus journey away from the city, it’s a perfect place for any Eastern European history buffs. What is it? Memento Park is a collection of statuesRead More…

Travel: Polgoon Vineyard and Orchard, Cornwall

Travel: Polgoon Vineyard and Orchard, Cornwall

Cornish wine at Polgoon Vineyard and Orchard Have you ever tried Cornish wine? Although we’d tried quite a few English sparkling wines from the south-east of England we’d never come across wine from Cornwall before so when we were in the area on our ‘Foodiemoon’ earlier this year we decided toRead More…

Travel: The Icelandic Phallological Museum (The Penis Museum)

Travel: The Icelandic Phallological Museum (The Penis Museum)

The Icelandic Phallological Museum (Penis museum) Usually when Iceland is mentioned visitors suggest the northern lights, a trip to the blue lagoon or the Golden Circle to see geysirs, however another popular attraction is The Icelandic Phallological Museum. More commonly known as The Penis Museum! Penises come in all shapesRead More…

Edinburgh Fringe visitors to view virtual Caledonian Sleeper

Edinburgh Fringe visitors to view virtual Caledonian Sleeper

Caledonian Sleeper virtual experience at Edinburgh Fringe The new fleet of Caledonian Sleeper trains will be on show with a special virtual reality event during the Fringe. A virtual reality portal will be located within Edinburgh Waverley Station for two days. The portal will allow visitors to see the futureRead More…

Food review: Cafe Môr, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Food review: Cafe Môr, Pembrokeshire, Wales

Sun, sea, sand and seaweed snacks at Cafe Môr Pembroke is famous for its beaches and whilst driving along a particular sandy stretch of coast you may spot a little boat-shaped mobile food van by the side of the road, probably with a huge queue too. Well, that is CafeRead More…

easyHotel launch “Aroomatherapy”

easyHotel launch “Aroomatherapy”

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 Read More…