If you’re looking to stay on the strip in Las Vegas but don’t want to spend an absolute fortune then the Tropicana Hotel makes a great option. Read this Tropicana hotel Las Vegas review before you book your next trip to sin City. You can check out the best prices for your dates here. First
Nusa Dua is a Bali tourist bubble next to the Tanjung Benoa peninsula, just twenty five minutes drive from the airport. It was built in the 1970s to be a gated compound of luxury hotels offering a haven away from the occasional chaos of the rest of the Island of Gods. For this reason it
From the minute we arrived in Ubud we fell in love, with the amazingly scenic rice terraces, the happy, friendly locals and the general feeling of health and wellbeing you get from being around all that…. Wellness! It’s one of the places we seriously discussed relocating too and I don’t say that lightly! Being Bali’s
Las Vegas is a fabulous city, fun, frenetic but rarely free. If you’re looking for some time away from the crazy then make sure you schedule in a walk down the strip to take in all the iconic spots. It’s a great way to get the best shots for your instagram, an awesome workout and
If you’re in Las Vegas on a family holiday then one of my top tips would be to visit the Shark Reef Aquarium with kids. It provides a very welcome relief from the hectic madness of the strip, the endless ding ding dings and the unforgiving heat. Inside the aquarium is calm, quiet and cool.
If you’re planning on taking the family to Las Vegas you’ll need a super child friendly hotel to stay in. For me, MGM resorts know how to cater to all ages. There is so much at Mandalay Bay for kids meaning you can all enjoy the holiday of a life time. Click here for the
Isn’t it amazing when a place really surprises you? That’s exactly how we felt about our visit to the Royal Air Force Museum at Cosford. Although we’re always interested in history and large machinery, we’re not massive fans of planes but thought we’d pop in to this museum as we were in the area and
Wightwick Manor and Gardens makes for a lovely little day out near Wolverhampton with kids. If you’re anything like us, we’ve loved exploring some fabulous locations close to home this year. And our National Trust membership has been absolutely invaluable. Travel restrictions have meant that we’ve had more time (and inclination) to visit places that
This weekend we celebrated Piper’s tenth birthday with an amazing meerkat feeding experience at Twycross Zoo. This wasn’t our original plan, she normally has a big party with friends and family which obviously wasn’t possible this year. Then we booked a trip to our favourite holiday home on the Llyn Peninsula but had to cancel at
One of my favourite things about North Cornwall is the food. Being on the coast there’s a huge focus on fresh and simple seafood. And of course an abundance of another – considerably more stodgy favourite – the Cornish pasty! As we travel with kids and a dog, the restaurants need to be both child
North Cornwall is home to some of the best beaches in the whole of the UK. I’ve been visiting the area every year since I was 5 so have had plenty of time to discover the best beaches in North Cornwall. I have so many happy memories of rockpooling, discovering forgotten caves and learning to
We’ve lived on the outskirts of Lichfield for ten years now and it really is a brilliant place to raise a family. Here’s what you need to know about Lichfield with kids. List of Contents1 What is the best thing about this living in Lichfield?2 What’s your favourite restaurant?3 Are there any child friendly bars
France has long been a popular destination for family travellers, the ease of driving straight to your hotel, campsite or gite makes taking little ones that bit easier. The vibrant cities also offer plenty to keep everyone entertained and don’t forget the luxurious beaches of the south. A holiday to France with kids can be
For many people, London is a dining heaven. The wealth of restaurants, bistros, cafes and eateries spread around the city is endless. But when you’re out with the kids, settling on a place to eat and convincing them to try some of that “green stuff” on the plate seems like a real nightmare. Today’s children
Join me on a magical Treasure Trail through Lichfield. Right now our need to be outside, entertain the kids and pretend life is half normal is more important than ever. We’ve had 15 long weeks of attempting to homeschool whilst struggling to work from home, simultaneously checking the news or our preferred social media feed.