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How to Spend Two Days in Bath, England

Two days in Bath sounds like a weird and wonderful news story in involving someone with a toe that is stuck in the tap…but that’s not the Bath we mean. Instead, we are talking about how to spend a fun weekend in the beautiful city in the west of the UK. From cute cafes and… Continue reading How to Spend Two Days in Bath, England

A Bed in Bath – Julian’s Place a StayBC property Review

2020 was the year of the staycation and we wanted in on the action. After a few failed attempts to organise a weekend in Bath, we finally got to take a break there in December, staying at Julian’s Place, a StayBC property.

A Very Festive Afternoon Tea at The Pump Room – Bath, UK

Getting into the spirit of the festive season was a little harder in 2020 than previous years for us. Tough times and restrictions galore meant we were struggling to find enjoyment in the twinkly lights or shopping for gifts. However, our trip to Bath in Somerset really pulled us out of the doldrums and into… Continue reading A Very Festive Afternoon Tea at The Pump Room – Bath, UK

A Bed in Kaş – Kas Peninsular Gardens Review

Kaş is a little jewel on Turkey’s Turquoise Coast. The town is split into two areas. Downtown Kaş is a little tourist enclave full of restaurants, bars and diving shops. At night, the atmosphere is genial and buzzy. It is great fun, but for those after a little relaxation, the best accommodation options are on… Continue reading A Bed in Kaş – Kas Peninsular Gardens Review

Kayaking the Köprüçay River – A Novaraft Review

An hour northeast of Antalya, Turkey, is an area of outstanding beauty called the Köprülü Canyon National Park. A gorge slices the landscape and at the bottom flows a river of the most beautiful blue, the Köprüçay River. You could visit, watching the river below from the ancient Roman bridge…which is all very nice, but… Continue reading Kayaking the Köprüçay River – A Novaraft Review

The Most Extraordinary Way to See Cappadocia – Turquaz Balloons Review

Hot air ballooning is big business in Cappadocia. Since the first balloons ascended in 1989, the sunrise has always been greeted by these seriously picturesque additions. We were utterly determined to take our turn in the sky, as it is undoubtedly the most extraordinary way to see Cappadocia, and we booked to fly with Turquaz… Continue reading The Most Extraordinary Way to See Cappadocia – Turquaz Balloons Review