A place where you’ll find some of the most beautiful and most unspoilt scenery in Europe, if not the world, I personally think it’s one of the underrated travel destinations in the world and certainly deserves a lot more attention. From its grand historic capital to picture-perfect lochs, it’s also a fantastic place to holiday with your four-legged friend. If you’re a city or culture lover then Edinburgh has plenty of dog-friendly amenities to explore and enjoy including a fair few taverns and bars that are happy to cater to your dog, you’ll even find some eateries with special dog menus, such as the Caley Sample Room on Angle Park Terrace. Next head into the famously beautiful Scottish Highlands for miles and miles of unspoilt wilderness characterized by rolling hills, mountains and spectacular lochs – perfect for exploring on hikes with your furry travelling companion and finally on the coast, there are plenty of pristine, dog-friendly sandy … [Read more...] about Top 15 dog-friendly hotels in Scotland
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HOME » FOOD + WINE » Glasgow Travel Guide: Where to Party, Places to Eat and Drink in Glasgow Glasgow serves up a heady mix of gastronomy, beautiful architecture, entertainment, and style that define this heartland. It is a city full of fascinating museums and contemporary art spaces, many of which are free, the drinking dens and restaurants are very vibrant here too. With an abundance of pubs and bars, Glasgow is the city of scintillating nightlife. Along with being the best shopping destination in the UK, it is the perfect place for a stress-buster weekend getaway. Glasgow is also an underrated stag do (bachelor party, for Americans!) destination. The city offers many options for the night owls – adventurous activities, erotic entertainment, mouth-watering food and fun games are available at desirable rates. Glasgow has plenty of top restaurants that are hidden away in the city’s neighbourhoods with some of the most extraordinary recipes. Enlisted below … [Read more...] about Glasgow Travel Guide: Where to Party, Places to Eat and Drink in Glasgow
This is a very belated post I’ve had sitting in my drafts since the summer but things have finally quietened down and it’s time to tell you more about The Blogger Course Weekender! If you followed me on Instagram and Twitter in the spring you will have seen me chatting about #TheBloggerCourseWeekender. I’ve had a few messages from people asking what on earth this weekender was and how people can get involved so I thought I’d write a proper post to let you all know! Let’s start with The Blogger Course… The Blogger Course The Blogger Course is an e-course I run, helping bloggers learn about the business side of blogging. It seems everyone and their dog has a blog these days and there’s so much information online about how to start a blog and how to ‘get freebies’ through your blog. But not many people actually share any information about how to turn a blog into a business and how to make a decent income through a blog. I was getting … [Read more...] about What was The Blogger Course Weekender?
SEARCHING for your 2019 European city break destination? With world-class cities in Bulgaria, Turkey and the Czech Republic, look outside the Euro Zone to see your cash stretch further in the New Year. To help you choose your next urban escape, we've picked seven of the best non-Euro cities for you to visit in 2019.1. Prague, Czech Republic - for beer and beautiful architecture Just a two-hour flight from the UK and one of the cheapest capital cities to visit, Prague shouldn't be overlooked for your next weekend away. The city is bursting with top-notch sights too - with Gothic Cathedrals and Baroque palaces left untouched by WWII - Prague has some of the most incredible architecture in Europe. Take a walk over the Charles Bridge, which is one of the oldest in-use bridges in Europe. Plus, the Czech Republic is the beer capital of the world so make sure you grab a pint at a brewery, pub or beer garden. Find great value 2019 Prague city break deals with Thomas Cook. 2. … [Read more...] about Cheap city breaks for 2019 where the pound is strong – from Prague to Bucharest
EVERY so often, you visit a destination that steals your heart and makes you rhapsodise about it to everyone you know for months afterwards. Boarding my morning flight to Estonia's capital city, surrounded by stag parties shooting miniature spirits and drinking the airport dry of Becks, I wasn't sure whether Estonia's capital city and I would get along.But, as I quickly found, there are two types of Tallinn; the one that appeals to lads on tour looking for a dirt cheap weekend, and the one that's quietly asserting itself as one of Europe's most exciting gastronomical cities – thanks to a new generation of fusion restaurants, speakeasy cocktail bars and Scandi-inspired brunch spots that are popping up at a rapid rate.While bachelors tend to roam the bars around the Town Hall Square and the cruise ship crowd tour the city's Unseco-protected Old Town, it's the outskirts of the medieval defensive walls that are getting trendy.Most notably, the hipsters have Kalamaja – a former … [Read more...] about Travel: Copenhagen just too costly? Try Tallinn, the Baltic’s new best-kept foodie secret