Category Archives: Europe

Titanic Hotel, Belfast: Review

From the moment we heard the Titanic Hotel, located at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, was due for opening we knew we had to go. My husband Sam has been fascinated with Titanic for so many years so stopping at the hotel that was once HQ and drawing offices during the ships construction was quite simply, a no brainer. Opening in September 2017 we finally got chance to steal a weekend with some friends and head over to spend a couple of nights with the hotel.

Titanic hotel Belfast

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The Coniston Hotel & Spa, Skipton – a review

Yorkshire is home to so many wonderful spa’s, and this September we decided to try out the Coniston Hotel & Spa situated in Skipton, North Yorkshire.

Coniston hotel
Hotel:

Coniston Hotel lives within the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, this rural location makes it the perfect getaway from urban living. The hotel is split across two floors and rooms are divided amongst a long corridor. We personally booked a the classic double room which proved spacious with adequate amenities for a couples retreat.

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24 Hours in Belfast

We’ve not taken as many little trips as we usually do this last year, and so for our friend (James’) birthday, his girlfriend (Nicki) decided to surprise him with a trip away. Looking for somewhere that we could see in a weekend we decided on Belfast.

Sam has always loved Titanic, and so after a little research, we learned that the Titanic Hotel, situated right outside the Titanic Museum, had opened in September 2017. We decided to book an overnight stay which including breakfast.

Belfast Titanic Hotel

I feel the hotel itself deserves a review in its own right, it was simply amazing! So I’ll link that once live.

So, onto 24 hours in Belfast and the key places to visit whilst you’re here.

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Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire VR experience

If your an avid Star Wars fan, you’d probably aware that the travelling VR experience The VOID came to London’s Westfield shopping centre earlier this year. What you probably don’t know is that it’s last few days fell when our team were in London visiting an exhibition ?.

I’m not going to pretend to know much about Star Wars, I’ve seen the films once or twice and that’s where it ends. However a few people with me were big fans. Tickets were sold out with only a small number available on the door, through some impressive skills we managed to talk our way into 5 tickets!

Starwars VR

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Rosebery Hotel, Jesmond Review


From the moment you step into Rosebery Hotel you enter a world of excitement and imagination, this hotel is purely unlike no other. Decor incorporates both vintage and up-cycled design with unique, local creations! The outcome is simply breath taking, and the passion of the hotel owner (Janet) is etched into every element of the hotel. Located in Jesmond, just off the high street, it’s in a prime location. Navigation is easy and effortless with the high street displaying an abundance of busy bars and niche restaurants to suit your every taste.

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Mini plant tour Oxford, review

We’re a mini obsessed family, so when I found out it’s possible to book a tour of the plant in Oxford, UK, I jumped at the chance. The plant produces up to 1,000 cars per day, and the tour allows you to get up and personal with the factory to see just how that iconic British icon is manufactured.

 

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48 Hours in Oslo, Norway

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When you think of Norway, you think of breathtaking landscapes, Fjords & Trolls, you rarely even hear travelers talking about the countries capital Oslo. Why?! Before we flew out I did my standard search for fellow blogger recommendations and top tips for my stay, and yet I was able to find very few blog posts. The lack in my ability to research and plan left me thinking Oslo must be quiet dull and unappealing, how wrong was I!

Oslo was so much more than I expected. This beautiful, eco city was a world away from the cliche capitals of Europe. The city is bursting with history and culture, and Oslo is most definitely the quietest and most underrated gem I have had the pleasure of coming across. Here new architecture and design meets classical Norway, and after just over 48 hours in the city, I share with you my top tips for Oslo.

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