It’s no secret that Bath is one of my all-time favourite UK cities.
There’s something so peaceful, calming and quite magical about the rows upon rows of terraced limestone fronted houses, cobbled paths, natural springs and incredible Georgian architecture.
It’s a feel-good city, if there’s ever been such a thing.
And so when the opportunity arose to visit again, this time with my boyfriend David in tow, I booked the date in the diary immediately.
It was a lovely chance to enjoy all the benefits of a city break, without having to hop on a plane.
When I told my friends and family that David and I were going camping on the West Coast of America for 7 days – with strangers – the reception I got was confusion and laughter.
You see I’m not typically renowned within my close circle as being neither spontaneous nor adventurous.
And the trip was only a week away, having been booked one week prior.
Famed for it’s abundance of water parks, theme parks and world-class attractions, Orlando is a destination synonymous with family fun.
I can recall my first ever trip to the city, aged 18, filled with excitement and a six-year-old sister in tow. It was positioned as the ‘holiday of a lifetime’ and it certainly lived up to that.
Renowned for it’s upmarket hotels, luxurious sandy beaches and winding costal walks that spiral around the cliffs, Costa Adeje is the perfect destination for the discerning jet-setter.
Sunny all year round and still within close reach of the UK, it has steadily increased in popularity and as a result, just last year the Hard Rock group decided to open a five-star hotel in the region.