Museums in Cambridge

I visited two museums in Cambridge, Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences and Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. I’ve been fascinated by fossils for years. I also like archaeology, so I was eager to see them. Both have free entry and are close to each other. Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences is a small museum comparing […]

Christmas gifts at Metquarter

I mentioned in another post that I was invited to a press day event this week. I was excited to see the new Christmas gifts at Metquarter. I took a lot of pictures, as there were so many beautiful things. I liked the dress, it’s elegant and chic. You might also like No related posts.

5 Good things

It’s a very busy time for us with a trip to London one of these days. On top of that I have a lot of work-related stuff to do and there are some home-related things to do as well. Among other good things, I made a small list for my series: 1. Autumn. I love […]

Made .com review

I’ve been at the launch of Made .com new furniture showroom in Liverpool earlier this month. In the goodie bag I was surprise to see I received a £50 gift voucher. I was delighted to have a look on the website to see what I will get. There were so many nice things that I […]

Pick the pumpkin and Halloween ideas

Hubby and I went to pick the pumpkin from a local farm. As I thought, the pumpkins were overpriced, but we were on the field looking for them, so it was worth the extra pound. We also bought some fresh veggies and eggs at a very good price and fresh and local, things I care […]

Jump In

This week is the Manchester Science Festival and I was invited to the Jump In event. It’s an adult only ball pool and it’s as amazing as it sounds. It was created by the Design agency Pearlfisher to highlight the power of play in everyday adult life. If you are in Manchester or even at […]

A day in Cambridge

After a day in Oxford, I wanted to go to Cambridge too. It’s beautiful. I wanted to see Trinity College, obviously, I loved the movie The Theory of Everything and I watched a few documentaries with Stephen Hawking, like Brave New World and Grand Design. Cambridge has a different feel to Oxford, I can’t explain […]

Geocaching

I discovered geocaching recently, on Elizabeth’s blog about geocaching in Paris and the timing was perfect. I was sure hubby will like it and for his birthday we’ve been geocaching. He loved it! I had to tell him a couple of days before his birthday to give him the opportunity to choose where he wants […]

V&A

I’ve been to V&A a few times, but this was the first time I was able to see all the exhibits. I made a small selection of my favourite exhibits in the museum. Photographing wasn’t allowed in the jewellery section and that is a shame, as I would have posted a lot of pictures from […]

Kenilworth Castle and Elizabethan Garden

With a 800 years old history, Kenilworth Castle is well known for the love story between Queen Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley. There is an audio guide, free for members, not sure if it’s included in the ticket, just shy of £10. I had the audio guide, but the castle is so big and there […]