The National Museum of Scotland is a massive building with huge collections; it’s impossible to see everything. The highlights are obvious and some of them are also favourites of mine, like the Queen Mary harp and the Lewis chessmen. But some of the less well-known exhibits – including some quite recent ones – are great […]

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Visiting the Cheltenham Festival: Your Ultimate Guide

January 9, 2015
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Planning on heading to the Cheltenham Festival this March? It’s a good time to go, as 2015’s events will commemorate 200 years of horse racing in the spa town. Get the lowdown in the inforgraphic below!

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5 Reasons Atlantic City Is Worth A Visit

January 5, 2015
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When people combine the idea of casino tourism with a trip to the United States, it’s Las Vegas in Nevada that generally comes to mind. Known as something of a crown jewel among casino resort locations, Vegas is indeed an incredible destination for a traveller looking to enjoy casino attractions. But while this remains true, […]

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Lake Garda Wedding – The Perfect Excuse For A Holiday!

November 20, 2014
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Our good friends got married in Malcesine, Lake Garda, back in August of this year. And I haven’t blogged about it until now… naughty me! The air of the place was one of celebration. Mr TravelEachDay and I had thought briefly about getting married in Italy ourselves, so we were delighted to be invited to […]

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3 Reasons Why An Overnight Break Is Still A Holiday

November 13, 2014
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Travel is the one thing (Ok, the one thing apart from internet-enabled devices) that I splash out on. But I also love a deal. Holiday Pirates and Travelzoo are a couple of my favourite sites/apps for spotting travel steals, and it was on the latter that I saw an overnight stay for two at a […]

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Halloween in Edinburgh: Touring the City’s Dark Side

October 30, 2014
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Edinburgh is celebrated for its macabre sights and stories – its cemeteries, its bodysnatchers, the buried Mary King’s Close. But even if you ignore the macabre, it’s a city that can be downright weird. For instance there’s the Heart of Midlothian, a little mosaic heart set in the pavement where the old Tolbooth – prison, […]

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The World’s Best Olives – An Investigation

October 28, 2014
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It’s amazing how travel can change your perspective. On the bigger things in life, sure, but also on smaller things, too. Small, delicious things… like olives. I used to hate olives. I wanted to like them, though. So badly. I went to London bars in my twenties and envied the other drinkers, popping them into […]

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