Castle Street Townhouse. Decor

Castle Street Townhouse

I was invited to sample the new lunch menu at the Castle Street Townhouse* in Liverpool. Obviously, I was delighted about this and I arranged a lunch date for me and my husband. After having lunch, we went to see the Double Fantasy exhibition at the Museum of Liverpool, about John Lennon and Yoko Ono. […]

Clink Cafe. Manchester. Table in the cafe

Clink Café, Manchester

Clink Café is a very special coffee shop in Manchester. Not only it looks amazing, as you can see from the pictures, but their ethos and story is very impressive. Clink is run by a charity with a very noble aim, as is stated on their website: “The Clink Charity’s aim is to reduce reoffending […]

Weird Things Humans Search For. The game

Weird Things Humans Search For

I’ve seen Weird Things Humans Search For, a game by Big Potato*, at BlogOn and I was very eager to try it. So, I was very happy to play and review it. Besides the game, I received from the PR team a funny stuffed potato that looks fab as a prop in these pictures. So, […]

Buckt

Buckt

Last month I’ve blogged about Buckt (Collaboration*), a monthly activities subscription box, after doing a few of the activities. If you’ve missed it, check this post. This month I though is best to show you how the box looks like and talk a bit more about the booking process and the activities for Manchester. If […]

Kazimier Garden

Kazimier Garden

In the weekend I’ve been to Kazimier Garden, a quirky place in Liverpool city centre. My husband and I were looking out for a fun and quirky spot to have a coffee. Luckily, we found this lovely place. It’s really nice, with friendly staff and a very relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. I love the decor […]

Cafe de Pierre. Flower tea

Cafe de Pierre

Cafe de Pierre took over the former Patisserie Valerie locations in Debenhams. They offer brasserie-style light lunches and, of course, cakes. As I planned to go to Debenhams because I wanted to buy something from there, my husband suggested we stopped for lunch at Cafe de Pierre. I was delighted to find this gorgeous flower […]

Vegan burger at Beefeater

Beefeater

I’ve been a vegetarian for more than 11 years and my husband eats meat-free as well. So you wouldn’t expect us to go to a place that is called Beefeater for dinner, would you? Well, it all started in our holiday up north last month, we were near a Beefeater and we had a look […]

Bag of Nails London. Outside

Bag of Nails London

Bag of Nails is a pub in London, a few minutes from Buckingham Palace. We’ve had lunch there before visiting the Queen’s Gallery at Buckingham. I will talk about that in another post, in a few days. The pub is lovely and it was very busy, as one can imagine. The first historical record of […]

Food at Scawsby Mill

Scawsby Mill

Scawsby Mill is a pub near Doncaster, part of the Greene King chain. In the weekend, we’ve stopped there on our way back home, after going to see the Small Animal Show at the Doncaster Racecourse and a Museum nearby. Scawsby Mill was known as the Mill House and I saw a couple of pictures […]

Christmas at Duhnam Massey

Christmas at Duhnam Massey

I was invited for Christmas at Duhnam Massey* woodland trail. It was the first time I’ve been to a Christmas trail, so I wasn’t sure what to expect. The woodland is transformed into a gorgeous magical place, with lots of lights and music in some parts. I picked only a few pictures to show, as […]