Bath Postal Museum

Bath Postal Museum

Bath Postal Museum is a small museum in the centre and I’ve visited it on my holiday in Bath, as I have mentioned before. It was founded in 1979 by Audrey and Harold Swindells, in the basement of their house in Great Pulteney Street. They have special exhibitions on display. Now there are two, Damage […]

Sally Lunn’s Kitchen Museum

Sally Lunn’s Kitchen Museum

Sally Lunn’s Kitchen Museum was one of the places I was keen to see in Bath. It appeared a few times in some regency novels I’ve read by Mary Balogh, including the latest series I’ve read, just before my trip to Bath. Besides appearing in novels, it’s one of the iconic landmarks of Bath. First […]

M Shed

M Shed

M Shed is one of the free museums in Bristol. From there you can see stunning views of the city and learn a bit about its past. If you want to visit it, check their website for details. I picked a few items from the museum I wanted to talk about. Also, at the end […]

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 […]

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November Roundup

November always means Bonfire night, a fantastic fireworks display in the city centre. Festus is not bothered at all by all the noises. Even on the 4th, on the evening walk he couldn’t be bothered despite all the fireworks around him, he didn’t flinch. The neighbours though have a German Shepherd who spent the night […]

Bath

Bath

After my visit to Bath and Bristol I have so many things I want to blog about that I’ve decided to make a quick roundup post with some pictures from Bath and only to write about the places I liked best. Even so, there are quite a few places I liked a lot. As I […]

Visiting UK

Visiting UK

Last year I’ve made a post about 100 places I’ve been to, in the 6 years since I moved to UK. I thought I should make this a annually post, to see how many new places I’ve been to. This year I have 22 new flags on the map, most of these new flags are […]

Detail of wall at Red Lodge Museum

Red Lodge Museum

Red Lodge Museum is one of the free museums in Bristol I’ve been to recently. It’s a gorgeous house with quite unusual features, so I would say is worth visiting it. It was a family home, upgraded over the years, as most old houses are. You can check for more details on bristolmuseums. How gorgeous […]