Day trips are such a fun and inexpensive way to get out of the house and do some real exploring. We decided to visit the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, which is about an hour drive from us. There are several war museums around the UK which cater different themes so I am excited to […]
We decided to take a day trip down to London town and took advantage of visiting the British Museum. Entrance is free and there are elevators (lifts) scattered around, which is amazing because we have two umbrella strollers. It is worth it to get an audio guide, although not everything is explained on there and […]
Top places to visit in England if you’re a visitor or resident.
We spent a total of two days in Ireland and really just did the basics. Dublin Castle Guinness Brewery Cliffs of Moher We got rained out at Cliffs of Moher, but decided to make the climb regardless. This is how it looked when we got to the top, but you can see what it’s supposed […]
We recently hiked Snowdon (Pyg Trail) and wanted to share what we brought for the twins and what I wore to ensure I made it all the way up and down. For the Kids Backpack carrier – obviously, this is a must. I made the mistake of forgetting my backpack carrier for Arthur’s seat in […]
On our return from Ireland we decided to stay an extra day in Wales, specifically Isle of Anglesey. The Airbnb we stayed in exceeded our expectations by far. We stayed in a chalet on the landlord’s property. There was definitely enough space from the main property to the chalet, so we had enough privacy. It […]
This is the second post on a three post series. If you missed out on checking how our travel time went, check it out here. Day I To plan our trip out, we used an awesome site, Visit A City. This site gets so specific that it gives you the best times for visiting the […]
The most romantic city, with twin toddlers, and a husband in tow.
Venturing to Peterborough Cathedral is something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. The Queen Katharine (Catherine) of Aragon is buried here and the last weekend of January, there is a celebration of her life in England. Catherine was the daughter of Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon (Spain). Aventurándome […]
We are trying to take advantage of Michael’s four day weekends and travel somewhere each one. For Presidents’ Day, we decided to venture the 6+ hour road trip to Scotland. Now Scotland is HUGE so we decided to explore Edinburgh and Stirling. We left Friday mid-morning (we wanted to leave earlier but, well, you […]