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You need to check out this secret gem in Krakow


  Sometimes when you walk aimlessly around in a city you’ve never been to before you can come by an absolute gem you probably wouldn’t have found no matter how strong your google-fu is. And let me tell you, Restauracja Klimaty Południa is one of these gems.     Me and this stunner came to meet while my holiday crew…

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A mix of modern and tradition: Wanhan Rauman KaffeBar


The Western Coast of Finland is a right beauty, and nestled in its gentle (or bloody brisk) embrace is its jewel; Rauma.     The City of Rauma, founded 1442 is Finland’s third oldest town. Last year it celebrates its’ 575th anniversary while the Mother Land put its on party pants to celebrate 100 years as an independent state. So…

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5 surprising things in Lisbon


Lisbon. The city of hills, suspension bridges, heart wrenching music, incredible wine and cobboled streets. And so many, somewhat surprising things more.   I feel like a broken record when I keep repeating myself by telling you that hubby is a chef but this time I’m not just boasting, I promise. It’s actually a crucial part of the story. Because,…

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What to eat at KERB Camden Market


I have a confession: I don’t just run after the best beer in town when I’m on the road. No Sir, I’m also all over some magnificent menus too. It helps when hubby is with me because he’s got this spectacular talent of spotting some great spots to stuff our face and when we stopped by London for a quick…

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More beer than you can handle: CraftBeerCo Covent Garden


If I didn’t live in Cheshire where arguably the best breweries lie, I’d be totally envious of London. On a quick day trip there for work, hubby and I popped in the CraftBeerCo in Covent Garden and kinda just never wanted to leave.     Opened in May 2014, the Covent Garden venue is the sixth pub in the CraftBeerCo…

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