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Oxford, Bath & Bristol - Day 4

Since there was no 8am breakfast to wake up for, we had a bit more of a leisurely start. However, the morning was very active as we took a six mile walk on the Bath Skyline which is apparently the most popular National Trust walk :D We made our way along the river to the start point. 312 more words


Cafe Rouge - Centre Parcs Elveden

Last week I went on a midweek break to the amazing Centre Parcs in Elveden, Thetford. I’ve been going there since I was born and I love it there. 656 more words


Cardiff and Happiness!

Cardiff, the commercial capital and largest city of Wales was established as the county town of Glamorgan after the union of Wales and England, and to no doubt of my own has been ranked as one of the top tourist destinations in the world by National Geographic. 720 more words


Wish Upon a Star

Legh Knowles, Clyde Hurley, Mickey McMickle, John Best (tp); Glenn Miller, Paul Tanner, Al Mastren, Frank D’Annolfo (tb); Hal McIntyre, Wilbur Schwartz, Jimmy Abato ,Tex Beneke, Al Klink (reeds); Chummy MacGregor (p); Dick Fisher (g); Rollie Bundock (b); Maurice Purtill (d); Ray Eberle, Marion Hutton (vcl); Bill Finegan, Jerry Gray (arr). 899 more words

Fast & Loose Friday Sketch

A very fast and very loose pencil sketch (with a little help from a “pigment liner” 0.2).  I was in two minds whether to post it, but ah well all efforts count in the end.   18 more words

[Food] Cafe Rouge

One of the first French restaurants we went to when we arrived in London is Cafe rouge. Basically it is called cafe red in English. It is franchise basically it is similar number to Pret stores around London. 187 more words