Here goes the last blog post of February – where’s the time gone? This one is all about my number one babe, brunch. Brunch is serious stuff in Berlin and that’s what I like to hear! Brunch is *probably* my favourite food group and I am all about breakfast food at any time of the day. When we headed to Berlin we were really excited about the coffee culture and the tasty brunch treats. Here are my fave three destinations that we hit up whilst we were in the German capital.
Heading away on city breaks is one of my favourite things, I love to see new cities and cultures. We plan our city breaks around food, I won’t lie to you! I’m a massive foodie and finding little gems in new cities is so much fun. I wanted to share three of my finds from Krakow in Poland because they were seriously good. These are all dinner places as Krakow was less of the brunch and coffee scene and more dinner and beers.
Croatia is somewhere that is seriously on my to see list when it comes to heading abroad. I’ve seen so many people venture there this year, I’m dying to go! The diversity of Croatia is amazing. From small fishing villages to ancient Roman old towns, quiet sandy beaches and rolling waves to bustling harbours, we can find it all on the Croatian coast. I’ve been having a look into places to go and I’ve found my top 5 on the Croatian list so wanted to share it with you.
You all know I love a city break. Let’s walk 35 miles in three days and pretend we’re not tired? OK, cool! But seriously, city breaks are amazing, you cram so much into a long weekend and just like that, you’ve seen a whole new city, experienced new foods and had a load of fun with your favourite people. Here are my nine recommendations on what to do in Prague.
Last in my Barcelona series is this little lot! Some tips and tricks for a few things that we got up to and I really enjoyed so I wanted to share just in case anyone else is travelling to Barcelona and needs some advice on what to get up to over there.
Eating is always first on my list when it comes to travelling anywhere. I love to do loads of research before I go and then always end up finding new gems that I didn’t discover before. I’ve already done a round-up of my Top 4 Barcelona Brunch Destinations so, if brunch is your thing, definitely give that a read. Brunch is probably one of my favourite occasion because it is that, it’s an occasion, it’s not just a meal! So, brunch aside I’ve got a couple of places that I’d definitely recommend heading for some delicious meals.
Today I’ve got a little photo diary of on of my favourite places in Barcelona, the main market La Boqueria. This is a market packed full of the most amazing food. The fruit, juices and smoothies were my absolute fave, from €1 you can get ice-cold fresh mango juice – it’s amazing. There were also butchers, fish, cheese, chocolate and sweet stalls as well as little coffee bars and places for breakfast in the middle of the market.
Coco Vail is Barcelona’s first beer hall and is a seriously great place to spend a few afternoon hours during a Barcelona city break. We loved it so much here that we actually went back twice during a 4 day break, the first time for lunch and then the second time just for a drink but both times we were so glad we went.
I’m one of the lucky 75 bloggers that have been chosen to try out this lovely little skincare regime that’s coming over from Austria. Edelweiss is actually a flower, not just a brand name and houses some incredible hidden cosmetic powers. It naturally protects against the sun’s harmful rays and is packed full of antioxidants. It can also help with ageing, sagging and rebuilds collagen! Clever little plant huh?