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Here are my tips for 25 fun things to do in Bratislava, the capital of Slovakia.
Take in the Views from the UFO Observation Continue reading
After a very wet afternoon in early May, I took an evening stroll up to the Old Town Cemetery near Stirling Castle. I Continue reading
My Aunt and I had lunch at the city Harbour Chinese buffet restaurant on the City Quay on Dundee’s watefront on a Tuesday Continue reading
While travelling frequently for work may sound exciting, it can also be quite stressful. The InterContinental Hotel Group (IHG) have come up with Continue reading
When I’m in London, I like to get off the beaten track. I decided to explore Swiss Cottage one afternoon. After lunch at Continue reading
We travelled from Budapest in Hungary to Prague in the Czech Republic by train, on our twin centre holiday with our sons. The Continue reading
I booked a room at the Colonnade Town House Hotel in Little Venice through lastminute.com’s ‘Top Secret’ hotels. I was searching for a Continue reading
I had lunch at the Taza Indian Buffet restaurant at the City Quay in Dundee in May 2014. I paid £7 for lunch. Continue reading
You could win a five night short break to Cantabria in northern Spain in the #SeeCantabria competition. The prize includes a Brittany Ferries Continue reading
Our sons were handed a flyer advertising the Trofea Grill Buffet restaurant when they were out and about in Budapest. We decided to Continue reading
On weekdays the Danubia Gate Hotel in Bratislava offers a three course ‘Menu Klasik’ set lunch for 6.9 Euro. The hotel is located Continue reading
I visited the Palace of Arts in Budapest in April 2014. Admission cost 1900 HUF (approx £5). The Palace of Arts is located Continue reading