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Ibis Styles London, Southwark

Ibis Styles London, Southwark

Ibis Hotels are affordable quality hotels, perfectly located. Ibis Styles are their personalised range of hotels. The hotels are themed according to where the hotel is located, giving them a unique look. The themes also give the hotel a boutique feel. Ibis Styles have been 

Mowgli Street Food

Mowgli Street Food

There is a new Indian restaurant in town (Leicester) that everyone is talking about – have you been? I have visited Mowgli a few times in the UK and now we have one in Leicester  (St Martin’s Square) I thought I would share my thoughts 

Bab Al Qasr Hotel, Abu Dhabi

Bab Al Qasr Hotel, Abu Dhabi

Located on the Corniche Beach,  Bab Al Qasr has a striking copper look and is hard to miss amongst the neighbouring Towers. From one side of the hotel, you can see the Arabian Gulf and the other the grand Emirates Palace. The Presidential Palace & Emirates Palace 

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

St Pancras Renaissance Hotel

Thousands of tourists have their cameras out to get that perfect shot of this “show stopper” hotel on Euston Road, London. I walk past the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel on my way to work and have always wondered what it would be like to stay 

The Falconer’s Quest at Warwick Castle

The Falconer’s Quest at Warwick Castle

Warwick castle is a medieval castle filled with a lot of history and adventure and packed with things to do inside and outside. The castle has a new attraction that allows visitors to enjoy acrobatic displays by some of  UK’s best Birds of Prey. The 

High Adrenaline Buckt Adventures

High Adrenaline Buckt Adventures

Rainy days do not need to be boring anymore especially with the selection of indoor activities Buckt offer in their monthly subscription booklets. From my August Buckt booklet, two of my favourite activities were the Go Karting at  Full Throttle Raceway  Laser Tag Laser Quest Go 

Candy Floss Ice Cream and Bubble Wraps Waffles

Candy Floss Ice Cream and Bubble Wraps Waffles

Long gone are the days when the 99p flake was so special and a simple Belgium waffle was satisfying (or are the classics still the best?) With the dessert market growing at an incredible rate there is always something better to try out and we