Paris, the city of romance and adventure. It’s an amazing city to visit all year round but of course some seasons are of more interest to some people. I like Paris in Autumn as the burning orange leaves line the River Seine and the lights start to twinkle earlier on a night time, but there’s something relaxing about visiting in Summer and chilling out on the grass and soaking in all of the wonderful sites and sounds around you.
So, when is the best time to visit Paris?
Planning your summer holiday is so exciting; it really whets your appetite for what’s to come. But being faced with so many options can be daunting: destination, type of accommodation, and whether to lean more towards cultural or sloth-on-the-beach type holiday. Taking two-week breaks can be a big investment, so how can you push the odds in your favour that your trip will be a success? The following travel tips should help you enjoy a holiday that ticks all the boxes.
Despite it snowing here in the North East yesterday – in April!! – we are all thinking about the summer. If you are after some inspiration on the hottest trends, you need to hot foot it down to Intu Metrocentre for their #Intufashion event this weekend.
Holiday clobber, looks for the gents and the prettiest wedding guest inspiration are some of the key looks you’ll see.
Now we have passed Easter, it feels like everyone is starting to gear up for summer and that includes getting their tan on. I’ve been testing out a few gradual tans and self tanners recently but I can’t sing the praises of Palmers Natural Bronze Gradual Tan.
As we are in full swing of the main holiday season, everyone has probably had that internal debate for holiday spending money and what to take.
Whether you choose cash or cards, pre paid currency cards or Travellers Cheques, it’s always a worry about whether you are taking the right thing because no one want’s to be stranded in a resort or a remote far flung rural village looking for a cash machine.
I personally go for a mix of everything to hedge all my bets – Cash split between GBP and destination currency and cards but after reading some information carried out by Majorca Beds, a whopping 63.5% of people bring cash.