Back in May, I wrote a post about the best photo spots in Liverpool and in all honesty, I didn’t expect the post to do as well as it did. There were a handful of Liverpool Bloggers who messaged me with recommendations for a follow up post and due to popular demand, I’m back again today with round two of more locations that I’ve hunted down.
If you’re visiting my city, make sure you head to a few of these spots for the best photos to take back home with you!
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I have developed an unusual love for visiting abbeys, cathedrals and churches when I’m travelling somewhere new. I think it is a mixture between the colourful windows, the extremely high ceilings and wanting to sing Tale As Old As Time from Beauty and the Beast. Anyone else?
Bath Abbey is no exception.
It was the very first tourist attraction on my to-see list when the Mr and I planned our second year anniversary to the beautiful city. Even though we only stayed in Bath for one night, we gave ourselves plenty of time to explore and see the main attractions as well as hunting down all those Instagram locations.
We were very kindly gifted press passes from Visit Bath in collaboration with the tourist board and it has been an absolute pleasure working with them. This is the last of my posts from our trip last month and I’ve really enjoyed reliving our experiences of our short time in the spectacular city.
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We were only in Bath for 24 hours but during the short time that we were there, we managed to fit in a handful of tourist attractions and the main one on my list was The Roman Baths. The well-preserved Roman site which was opened in 1897 to the public is available to visit from 9am on a daily basis and it is a must see for when you’re visiting.
This post is written in collaboration with Visit Bath who provided us with press passes for our time in the beautiful city.
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Since March 2001, the Eden Project have opened their doors to the public to welcome them into the realistic rainforest temperatures, the beautiful plants, the rich smell of the coffee beans as well as the delicious, freshly made restaurant food.
While we were in St Austell for our second year anniversary, we decided to visit the spectacular domes of the Eden Project and despite not being fans of plants, gardens, trees – we had an amazing day walking around and taking it all in.
The Eden Project very kindly gifted us two day passes in exchange for today’s blog post. Prepare yourselves for a lot of photos..
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Instagram locations are forever being hunted down by bloggers, photographers and people who are a little bit snap happy.
With that being said, we had 26 hours in Bath recently and I wanted to visit as many picturesque spots as I possibly could. With the aid of Visit Bath and #igersbath, I saved quite a few photos (50+) into a collection on Instagram and noted down any street names within my notepad. This way, we got to see the beautiful sights whilst taking all the photos.
We did have a press pass kindly gifted to us from Visit Bath in which we used for Bath Abbey and The Roman Baths, so please know that when you see those photos, we were there in collaboration and that blog posts will be coming up for those spots very soon.
*This post is photo heavy!
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I love a good boat trip, I really do.
On our third day in Crete, we took a boat trip to Spinalonga (also known as Leper Island) which cost 35 Euros per person for the full day including lunch and it certainly didn’t disappoint as we both had a lovely, relaxing day.
We found it very easy to book the trip with Altino Travel Services as there was plenty of places dotted around the area of Gouves and our pick up spot was quite literally down the road from our hotel.
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Oh how I have missed writing travel content.
I absolutely love reading about where people have stayed on holiday as it is the perfect inspiration for your next trip.
So with that in mind, I really wanted to produce something different, a piece of travel content which I’ve never actually done before – a hotel review.
We booked our trip to Crete in March, not knowing anything about the area and so, I actually left it up to the Mr to find somewhere that we would both enjoy and be able to relax. Oh boy, he came through. Hello little Instagram worthy hotel, nice to see you.
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We have had our trip to Harrogate on the cards since early January.
Seeing as the journey was less than two hours in the car and the Travelodge was under £40, we knew that a little trip away would be perfect.
For a few weeks, I’ve been feeling out of the blogosphere (more on that to come in a separate post), but the 24 hours in Harrogate was the perfect chance to be away from social media and enjoy my surroundings.
The trip consisted of delicious food, a lot of laughter, a lack of photos and many wonderful memories made.
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February, it’s nice to finally see you.
January was a crazy month; a trip to London, seeing Aladdin on the West End and starting my new job but I’m so excited for what’s to come in the next 28 days…
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4 hours on a train.
18 dogs (including my beloved dachshund)
7 cups of tea.
61, 330 steps.
London, you are wonderful.
*This post will be very long and very photo heavy with plenty of recommendations!
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