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Although it was lookng as though it might start raining at any moment when i was walking from the McManus Galleries to pick Continue reading
I stayed at the four star Hotel Danubia Gate in the Slovakian capital of Bratislava for three nights in June 2014 on a Continue reading
I had the 220 CZK (around £7) three course set menu lunch at the Florentina Boat Hotel Restaurant in Prague in April 2014.
Florentina Continue reading
We stayed at the four star Archibald City Hotel Prague for two nights in April 2014. I paid £255 (using an eBookers 15% Continue reading
It seems to me that Edinburgh Airport is getting too big for its own boots. As the airport has expanded, levels of customer Continue reading
We had the buffet lunch at the Indian Cottage restaurant in Dumbarton Rd in Glasgow, on a Saturday in June 2014. Our son Simon Continue reading
Budapest is the capital city of Hungary and is said to be one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. It was originally Continue reading
Camden Lock Market is another one of these London attractions that I’ve been meaning to visit for years. I decided to walk there Continue reading
After exploring Little Venice,Â I decided to have a walk along the Grand Union Canal heading west to Westbourne Park. Along the route Continue reading
Kings Place describes itself as “a hub for music, art dialogue and food”. I spotted it as I was walking north from King’s Continue reading
We had dinner at the Kantin restaurant, 44 Andrassy Place (close to Ockogon), in April 2014. The three course set menu cost 2500 Continue reading
The Borders Book Festival was held in the Harmony Gardens in Melrose from the 12 – 15 June 2014. It was free to Continue reading