It’s Easter, it’s cold and it’s snowing here in the UK. Who could blame us for trawling the interwebs dreaming of that perfect sunny escape. After my top pal Charisse visited Bali, it is has been on my to-do list. If you need any further inspo after this post, head to her blog.
The Rosebery Hotel – Tucked away in a leafy crescent in Jesmond, you’ll find a healthy mix of family homes and student digs. What you don’t expect to find is Newcastle’s most stylish hotel.
With the bustling social scene of Jesmond and West Jesmond a mere stones throw away and instant access to the Coast Road, the hotel is the ultimate base for days sight seeing, nights socialising.
Step back in time with me to the ultra stylish interior of The Rosebery Hotel
I recently whisked my Mam away to Amsterdam for a weekend adventure to not only celebrate Mothers Day, but her 63rd Birthday which fell at the same time too.
We went on a DFDS Mini Cruise for £79 (£99 including transfers) and spent a few hours just wandering round central Amsterdam…. There’s not many words to go with this post… and not many photos either as we just enjoyed having some quality Mother Daughter time… and a few naughty giggles at the shop windows!
Travelling as a family can be an extremely stressful ordeal, as you’re always trying to ensure that everyone is enjoying themselves and getting to do all the activities they’d hope for. Fortunately, there are plenty of great destinations that have a wide variety of activities and sites available to do and explore, meaning everyone in your family can have a fun and relaxing vacation. So here are four of the best destinations to bring your kids on your next holiday.
Rising grandly above the Malecón esplanade, the Hotel Nacional de Cuba is a monotholic reminder of the rich Cuban history and culture in Havana, with a nod to its halcyon days in the 1950s.
Built in 1930, the hotel stands on a hillside overlooking the harbour and Vedado (the centre of Havana). The hotel is now one of Cuba’s national monuments and works hard to preserve the splendour and grandeur of yesteryear. Once the mainstay of Havana, the rooms have been graced by such figures as Winston Churchill, Walt Disney, Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, who was famously banned from staying at the hotel. The hotel ‘Cinema’ bar not only has stunning views of Havana, it also serves as a hall of fame of previous visitors and residents.