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Sticky circles of sickly sweetness

You may have guessed how I feel about macarons from the title of this post. (And how about that alliteration!) I sometimes think I am the only woman in the world not to have jumped on the macaron bandwagon. 55 more words


London Day 7

So anyways, we’re into that part of the trip where we’re ticking boxes, seeing things that we’ve missed, making sure that we’ve been around the Monopoly board…although for the life of me I still can’t remember that final purple one- other than Old Kent Rd and Whitechapel. 963 more words


Laneways, the place to be!

The number one reason Melbourne’s downtown is super cool…it’s hip and intimate laneways combined with it’s long-lived arcades! So we decided it was worth spending an afternoon exploring, plus it was made real easy for us with a walking map! 612 more words

Competition Winner Announced

We had some great entries for our ‘How Well Do You Know Norwich’ competition. There were fifteen images of places all located within the Norwich city walls except one. 413 more words

Snapshots From The Archive

66 Skipper

Skipper, sits in the centre of Royal Arcade, a beautiful Victorian shopping arcade, dating from 1899.  The Royal Arcade was designed by local architect, who also designed a number of other notable buildings in Norwich, including the… 85 more words

The Royal Arcade

One thing Melbourne is known for is its world-famous cafes. Every street you wander down, any direction you look, your eyes will spot a quaint little coffee shop or your nose will detect the delicious aroma of a fresh brewed long black. 176 more words


Secret Places: The Royal Arcade

Looking through the roof of the Royal Arcade – a building sails by…