Italy: Tridente, Rome

Tridente was one of the dreamiest neighbourhoods in Rome to wander around in. It gets it’s name from the trident shape of the roads leading down from the Piazza del Poppolo. At the heart of it all is the Piazza di Spagna and the infamous Spanish Steps. The steps themselves are gorgeous, having been recently refinished to their original splendour. The…
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Italy: My Roman Holiday

The reason I came to London was to pick up my belongings from an ex-boyfriend’s flat, and on the big day, he decided to be ‘difficult’. I ended up having to move my flight home by a week; so rather than moping around in cold, wet London Town, I went on Skyscanner and searched for the cheapest flight to ‘everywhere’. To my absolute…
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Scotland: Daytrip to North Berwick

Most people don’t think of Scotland as being a beachside destination, but those people are missing out. Even if you don’t have the time to get up to the beaches on the Isles of Sky, Lewis, or Harris (which, if you do, you need to go!), you should make time on your next trip to go on at least one little…
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Scotland: Mary’s Milk Bar, Edinburgh

Scotland is known for many things – whisky, haggis, bagpipes. Ice cream has never exactly made the list, and given the overcast weather here I don’t blame them. But Mary’s Milk Bar changes all of that. Mary’s Milk Bar is a cosy little vintage space on the Grassmarket that serves up gelato and chocolate made every morning by Mary herself.…
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Scotland: Narcissus, Edinburgh

Today I was helping my friend move into a new flat, and at the end of her street we discovered a little florist that was just too adorable not to share! Narcissus is located at the north-end of New Town, surrounded by cute cafes. You can buy any of the potted and pre-arranged bouquets outside, or step in and work…
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