Cotswolds: Daytrip to Bath

I’ve always wanted to explore the city of Bath, and since we had her dad’s car on loan for the weekend I jumped at the opportunity to take a day trip from Kingham! After a winding drive through beautiful country lanes, we parked the car at what is perhaps the most iconic part of Bath- The Royal Crescent. Having lived in Edinburgh…
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Cotswolds: Luxury Retreat at Daylesford Farmhouse

I love London, I swear. It’s got an incredible energy, with endless opportunities beckoning to you around every corner. But the older I’ve gotten, the more I’ve appreciated being able to escape it all. Luckily, my best friend has a cottage in the most beautiful corner of the world: the Cotswolds. And not just that, she’s got a place in Kingham,…
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Italy: Giolitti, Rome

I had a lot of espresso in Italy, each one seemingly better than the last. The atmosphere varies widely from cafe to cafe, each with their own eccentricities and vibes. Of all of the ones I visited, Giolitti was probably my favourite. Giolitti is somewhat of an establishment in Rome. Just a stone’s throw from the parliament, it’s somewhere you’ll often see…
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Italy: Villa Borghese Gardens, Rome

Near the end of my stay . Our adventure started at Piazza del Popolo, where we took a rather steep and winding staircase for what seemed like forever. Don’t give up too soon though! Once you get to the top, you’ll be rewarded with one of the most beautiful views of your life. Even with grey skies, the Roman skyline…
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Italy: Antico Caffe Greco, Rome

Yesterday I told you that my favourite neighbourhood in Rome was Tridente, and I’m about to tell you one of the biggest reasons why. Tucked in between the stores selling tailored suits and designer handbags on Via Condotti is a little place called Antico Caffe Greco that I was dying to go to. It’s unassuming from the outside, and you’d walk…
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