Our vacations can be so important to us. Whether that is going away as a family, a couple or an individual. Travelling is good for the soul. However, choosing where you next take a vacation can be a tricky decision to make. You may have a big long checklist of criteria, or you might just want something unusual or different. But get the decision wrong and you end up regretting it. So I thought now would be the perfect time to share with you some vacation destinations to consider this year. You never know, it
This summer we spent nearly a whole week staying in Greenwich on a trip to London, somewhere we had never been before. I was so surprised at how much there was to do there and especially as a family.
Something I never thought I’d be able to say again; we’re going to Orlando!
AD | Collaborative post Family holidays, especially with younger children, can take a lot of planning and you want to get it right. There are lots of things to consider from location to activities that are suitable for the whole family. If you haven’t already considered it, here are some great reasons why you should make Cornwall your next family holiday destination.
AD | Press tickets Theatre hasn’t been the same since March 2020 but last night I was invited to Norwich Theatre Royal to watch the stage vision of the Disney classic Bedknobs and Broomsticks. Not only was I excited to watch a stage/ musical version of a much loved film I also couldn’t wait to get back into the theatre!
London can be an expensive city to visit, especially if you are going as a family and want to pack in loads of activities. Luckily there are loads of free museums to enjoy, including the Science Museum, which is one of my personal favourites. Thinking about a trip there soon? You’ll find tips for visiting the London Science Museum with children in this post as well as some of our favourite sections.
AD | press tickets One of the things that I was really sad about when Covid hit us all back in Mach 2020 was that so many things had to close. Theatres and live shows were one of the worst areas hit and it’s taken such a long time for them to be able to reopen again and for performers to get back on the stage. I’m so happy to announce that Bedknobs and Broomsticks will be showing at Norwich Theatre Royal from 28th September to 3rd October and I cannot wait to go and
When we started planning our trip to London in August and our stay in Greenwich, we didn’t really know what there was to do or what would be suitable for Erin. However, we found that actually, there was a lot to do and a lot of great museums to visit, including the National Maritime Museum.