Looking for an English city break with plenty of history, architecture and delicious foodie spots? Cambridge is the place to go!
I love writing these kinds of posts because it reminds you of just how much you did in a month; which by the looks of it was a lot more than I was expecting!
As part of my goals for 2018, I said how I would love to cook more this year, as opposed to just being able to bake novelty cupcakes and sponge cakes (but you can totally live off cakes, right?!).
To celebrate Mum’s birthday last week, we planned a surprise trip to Cambridge for the day.
When it comes to planning a city break, I love spending hours researching the city for things to do, what to see and the best restaurants and bars to visit.
So that’s the third month of the year gone – 2018 is FLYING by already!
Prague is infamous for its Christmas markets (and ridiculously cheap food and drink!) so James and I headed to Prague for a last minute Christmas break back in early December.
It’s hard to believe we’re almost 3 months into 2018 – where has the time gone? February has been pretty non-existent for me; I’ve spent it working, hibernating and feeling poorly.
Last weekend, James and I headed into London as I planned a few birthday surprises for him. We travelled into central London from Stratford on a super comfy and smooth c2c rail train – it’s the first time I’ve travelled…
It’s hard to believe that the first month of 2018 is *almost* over and done with – although I’m glad, because it’s been a dull month and I’ve been hibernating as it’s been almost 6 weeks until pay day!
Following the huge success of Andi Walker’s pop-up in gastropub Riverside Inn in Chelmsford last year, Andi is set to take over the whole restaurant from January 2018 with a brand-new bistro-inspired menu.