Bristol is a great place to visit all year round, but I have to admit that summer in Bristol is something special. There’s a unique vibe over those summer months as the streets really come alive – there are festivals galore, green spaces, rooftop bars and, of course, the beautiful harbour to explore. You’ll see locals soaking up the sun in the city’s parks, while tourists flock to its many attractions. I adore jumping on a train into the city for a bit of people watching from the comfort of an outdoor seat at one of Bristol’s independent cafes or restaurants, enjoying a refreshing drink or delicious meal before hitting…
When Laura and her family recently visited Anglesey in North Wales, they went to the Marram Grass; a local restaurant that rocketed into the public eye last year, when its chef featured on the BBC's Great British Menu.
Wiltshire scarecrow festivals are great examples of a quirky English event. Locals build scarecrows around a theme and visitors follow a trail, trying to guess what each of the creations are meant to portray!
Highbullen Hotel – a four star luxury country house hotel that sits in an 127 acre estate with amazing views across the Mole Valley towards Exmoor National Park.
Here's Laura's list of the top things to do, see, eat and drink in the London Bridge area!
Laura spent Easter weekend in the sleepy village of Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex, aboard the Lady of The Twizzle - a converted WW2 barge.
An exciting new company is running walking tours of London with a difference – they focus on women’s history.