Often nicknamed ‘Little Venice’, Bruges is a beautiful medieval town, wonderful to explore any time of year. Whether you wish to enjoy the festive decorations and markets leading up to Christmas or visit in summer when the weather is at its best or perhaps you’d prefer to avoid the crowds by visiting late winter, early spring or late autumn – every season has is benefits. Here's our top ten of things to do in Bruges...
ST IVES: beach map. 'St Ives is virtually surrounded by sandy beaches. This photo was taken towards the high tide and when the tide is out there is much, much more sand with the harbour becoming virtually empty of water. You can also see that this photo was taken in the height of summer with the beaches busy. Winter is a different story and it is possible to have the whole beach to yourself at times.' ✫ღ⊰n
5 Seconds of Summer: 'Not cool enough?... I mean, what is that about?'
Soo, 5SOS are coming here in a few days.... And I could alrwady hear my friend's heart shattering. I didn't get tickets because I don't know most of their songs, but I like their songs on the radio. Guys, comment what your favorite song from them is and I'll give it a listen when I have time! Thanks!
We are so excited to team up with some of the UK’s best family bloggers to offer a carnival of incredible places to visit in England this month. We were asked to pick just three places in England to showcase, which is tough, even tougher when you are a four woman team. It was easy...Read More »