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Seville: the land of flamenco, tapas and terrifying marriage proposals

I have just got back from four amazing days in Seville; the city that has knocked Barcelona off the top spot as my favourite European city. It is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been and I dare you to go and not fall in love. For one, it’s filled with the most amazing buildings, like the well known Seville Cathedral and Real…

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Bucket List Let Downs

After reading a recent article by The New Yorker’s Rebecca Mead, Kicking the Bucket List, it got us thinking about our own bucket list let downs and why steering clear of some of the guide books ‘Top 10s’ is probably a good idea. To prove a point, here’s a round up of our Top 5 bucket list let downs: 1) Vatican, Rome: Now, it may just…

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The South of France in a Nutshell

I have wanted to visit the French Riviera for a long time and seeing as it is only a short journey from the UK, it was an easy place to tick off my list. That plane journey there was the cheapest part of my trip. The South of France is expensive. A relatively small piece of coastline sitting prettily on the Mediterranean, it starts at Marseille…

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The Château de La Chèvre d’Or

After a short journey from Mougins, we arrived in Èze and the place of our next hotel – The Château de La Chèvre d’Or. Èze is a medieval village that sits snugly between Nice and Monaco. It is here that the hotel perches, quite literally hanging off a cliff-top, with the Mediterranean sea sparkling away beneath it. However, what makes Chèvre d’Or so unique is that it…

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Welcome to Les Rosees

After a short flight from London (I did nothing other than stare at my hands and give myself a tension headache), we finally arrived in the South of France. Hurray! We’ve been waiting to visit the French Riviera for a long time. Our trip was split into two parts. The first half being spent in the countryside outside Cannes, in a small village called Mougins.…

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Chocolate and Budapest

One freezing evening in Budapest, we decided to look for somewhere to warm our fingers and toes. After a little wandering (Laura had hurt her foot a few days before, so the wandering was very slow) we found ourselves in a very tiny chocolate shop called Aztek Choxolat. This cosy little chocolate shop is tucked away in a side street and is utterly unassuming. Inside, however,…

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Like Rome? Like tea? Like cats? Say No More….

One afternoon in Rome, we were wandering around the Spanish Steps in the Piazza di Spagna, inhaling gelato on an hourly basis and generally enjoying the sunshine. Life was pretty good. But, as I think is quite the norm for Rome in the summer, the sun lost his hat and the storm clouds rolled in. It started to rain. Torrentially. We made a run for…

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