Saturday, 23 May 2015

How to Pack for a City Break

Previously, I have given you guys an insight on how to pack your backpack for travelling and how to pack for a short travel trip, but with my Barcelona hen party getting closer, I thought it would be handy to write up a post on how to pack (lightly) for a  city break.

1. Hello Sunshine? Weather Checker

If you're going to a place that is renowned for sunny or chilly weather, start off by checking the weather forecast. This sounds really simple, but I have been caught out so many times on temperature changes. Plus, sandals and rain, do not go well. Head over to Metcheck for more info:

2. Weight Limitations

4, 5, 6 pairs of shoes...we've all been here. There's so much excitement when planning a trip, that you want to pack everything in your wardrobe and forget about the hand or holdall weight limits. Net Flights have a great baggage checker tool on their website: 

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Afternoon Tea at the Palm Court on Park Lane

Spending the weekend in London with my bestie, IntheFrow, always calls for yummy food and drink. So when she suggested going to The Palm Court on Park Lane for a "Royal Baby" inspired afternoon tea, I jumped at the chance. 

Image: Palm Court London
Walking into this luxurious building, we were greeted by a friendly hostess who showed us to our comfortably, plump chairs and beautifully set out table - where no one expense had been spared on the attention to detail. 

Saturday, 16 May 2015

Cloudy Days in Sherwood Forest

Since starting a healthier me in January, I just can't get enough of being active. From daily yoga, to going to the gym to taking 10k walks, I find that the more I exercise, the clearer and more focussed I am. 

So, with a lovely bank holiday weekend to fill with activities, we decided to go exploring around the famous Sherwood Forest for 3 hours. Home to Robin Hood and his merry men, but more importantly the major oak. A tree that is now over 800 years old and is always beautiful every time I see it. 

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