A Boston Tea Party

If you read through my Boston Weekend Guide last week, you’ll already know that a visit to the Boston Public Library is not to be missed. The building features soaring pillars, mythic murals, and of course, wall after wall lined with books. Rather marbellous, if you ask me! One of the best surprises was stumbling into the Courtyard Restaurant, a little gem hiding…
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Los Angeles: Malibu Lagoon

I’ve been away from for a while! I’ve been busy with a couple of big life changes, but between all of that I booked a flight to Los Angeles where one of my best friends is currently living. It’s been two years since I’d seen Kamilla in the flesh, but with the wonders of modern technology we’ve remained connected. So for…
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Cotswolds: Daytrip to Bath

I’ve always wanted to explore the city of Bath, and since we had her dad’s car on loan for the weekend I jumped at the opportunity to take a day trip from Kingham! After a winding drive through beautiful country lanes, we parked the car at what is perhaps the most iconic part of Bath- The Royal Crescent. Having lived in Edinburgh…
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Cotswolds: Luxury Retreat at Daylesford Farmhouse

I love London, I swear. It’s got an incredible energy, with endless opportunities beckoning to you around every corner. But the older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve appreciated being able to escape it all. Luckily, my best friend has a cottage in the most beautiful corner of the world: the Cotswolds. And not just that, she’s got a place in Kingham,…
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Italy: Giolitti, Rome

I had a lot of espresso in Italy, each one seemingly better than the last. The atmosphere varies widely from cafe to cafe, each with their own eccentricities and vibes. Of all of the ones I visited, Giolitti was probably my favourite. Giolitti is somewhat of an establishment in Rome. Just a stone’s throw from the parliament, it’s somewhere you’ll often see…
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