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  • A First Timer’s Guide to San Francisco

    Hey friends! A few week ago, my husband and I travelled into California to embark on a quintessential American journey down the West Coast from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Similar to me, you may have this on your bucket list for your upcoming travel. As a girl originally from the East Coast, I never

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  • Casse Croute London Review

    It’s been some time since I’ve indulged in some hearty French cuisine; the last, being when I cosied up to the romantically intimate interiors of Mayfair’s Boudin Blanc on a cold, wet winter’s evening towards the end of 2016. So, with the clocks marching forward an hour and sunnier weather becoming the norm, I decided

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  • Top 5 Things I learned from Starting a Blog

    There are so many things that I am grateful for in life these days. However, one of the things that I find myself most grateful for is this amazing tool and resource we call the Internet. Not only does the Internet provide us with the means to communicate with friends and family all over the

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  • Amalfi Coast Map and the Best Towns to Visit

    The Amalfi Coast is one of Italy’s most loved locations to visit. In this guide, you’ll find a detailed Amalfi Coast map and the best towns to visit as a first time visitor. With delicious pizza, beautiful houses lining the cliffside, this is one of Europe’s most desirable and romantic locations. For some beautiful villa

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  • Where to Stay in Florence – Palazzo Castri 1874

    A Little Luxury Boutique Hotel in Florence Italy Palazzo Castri 1874 is a boutique luxury hotel, situated within walking distance to Florence’s Mercato Centrale and the city’s main railway station, otherwise referred to as Stazione di Santa Maria Novella. The hotel is like a little oasis away from the busyness and crowds of tourists that

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  • A Festive Lunch at Mango Tree Harrods

    So it begins… With just a couple weeks until Christmas now, the High Streets and department stores are looking as congested as an Underground’s station platform at rush hour, as shoppers fill their trolleys with gifts for family and friends. With over 300 departments and 30 eating and drinking options to select from, we recently

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  • Tuscany Tours from Florence with Viator

    The Tuscany Tour with Viator and Walkabout Florence It has been 3 days since I left Tuscany and returned to pre-Christmas London. We took a day trip on the famous Tuscany tours from Florence. I’ve been deeply moved by the beauty of the region, the glorious amount of tasty local food, and one of the

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