We did a little road trip down to the South Of France from the Dordogne, stopping of in Carcassonne to spend the night. The Cité de Carcassonne in France is an outstanding example of a medieval fortified town and well worth a visit. Despite perhaps relying a little too heavily on tourism these days - the old area is very busy and commercial, if you have any children with a penchant for waving a wooden sword about and donning a tabard, then this is the place for you.
Issigeac Market, Aquitaine in the Dordogne region of France is one of the most frequented of the Sunday markets and people come from far and wide. It really is one of the most quintessentially French markets you could hope to find and made even more spectacular by being hosted in one of the prettiest towns in the area, with a spectacular church in the main square.
Pretty happy that my alcoholic alcohol loving family Christmas can be sorted in one fell swoop this year. They’re even offering cocktail masterclasses in January! Woohoo! I’m going to book us all in for a stay at Rathfinny Estate who […]
I was invited on the inaugural tour on London’s first 100% electric bus yesterday which was launched by Shirley Rodrigues, London’s Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy. The Original Tour unveiled London’s first ever 100% electric hop-on hop-off open top […]