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Top 5 snowy winter locations

If you like living life on the edge and fancy getting away, this top 5 is definitely for you as Handbook counts down 5 snowy locations you have to visit this Christmas. 

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A Travellers Guide to Airbnb

I’ve just got back from a long weekend in Venice using Airbnb and I will be heading to some other locations this year using it too, I thought I’d share some pros and cons of using the site to help you with planning your next trip

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A First-Timers Guide to Ibiza

When it comes to partying, there are many places around the world that Brits flock to for a bit of sun and some epic music. However, there’s one place that is synonymous with partying, and having a bit of fun in the sun…Ibiza! Y

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A Magical Trip

I have to say, when it comes to Harry Potter I am definitely not the biggest fan. The films don't do much for me and because of that, I haven't really watched them…blasphemous, I know!

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Going up

On my recent London adventure, I headed to a…erm…unique experience. Up at The O2 is a pretty awesome urban mountaineering experience in which you literally climb The O2 (or Millennium Dome if you’re a 90’s kid…)

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Hubba Hubba

The word Hub to me means somewhere that’s a basecamp, with everything easily accessible and a plethora of things to do around you, clearly this is a thought Premier Inn had when creating their brand new range of hotels. Hub by Premier Inn is a modern, sleek and digital savvy hotel that won’t let you down. The folks from Hub by Premier Inn kindly offered me a complimentary stay a couple of weekends back and it really didn't disappoint. 

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Cold as Ice

As you’ll have no doubt seen from my last blog post, I recently headed to the famous ICEBAR LONDON. The kind folks over at their HQ (which I presume isn't made from ice but who knows!) sorted out complimentary access and a few free drinks for myself and my partners in crime (you know my sister Katie The Stylinguist already and her boyfriend Nath who you might have met on her blog!) 

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*24 EPIC HOURS

Picture this, 24 hours in one of Europe’s most exciting cities, epic activities, epic accommodation and one epic device to finish it off. Here’s how I spent 24 epic (and rather tiring) hours in London with HP and their super portable HP Pavilion x2 laptop. 

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The Big City

London is definitely a city that never sleeps, made even more lively by the fact I come from a place where there’s probably more tractors than people. I packed up my belongings on Thursday (like literally all of them because I overpack like you wouldn't believe) hopped on my favourite rail provider (I’m talking ‘bout you Virgin Trains East Coast…picture of on-board cake below) and headed to the big city….alone, are there rules against me being allowed out alone? Probably, but I did it anyway 😏

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