So I know we went on the Harry Potter Studio tour just after Christmas, but I couldn’t not share some snaps and our experience. Since my momma was visiting, we decided to visit with her as she’s as big a Harry Potter fanatic as I am. Adam has only seen a couple of movies and never read the books (horror!) but he liked it as well.CONTINUE READING
Last Friday we decided to drive to the Lake District to soak up some sun, which is pretty rare around those parts I’m told. It was my first trip and Adam’s mom suggested Ambleside, a small town at the northern tip of Lake Windermere. CONTINUE READING
What do you do when the sun is out in England? Head to the seaside! (and say a little thanks to the clouds above). So we headed to Whitby last weekend, took a boat trip on our favourite boat, and strolled around in the sunshine. CONTINUE READING
Saturday we decided to have a day trip in the city we live in and attend the Doncaster Beer Festival. We’ve missed this the past couple of years because of things going on, so needless to say I made sure we put it on the calendar and kept the day free.
I mentioned in my last post, that after we had toured Sudbury Hall, we headed next door on the grounds to the Museum of Childhood. I wasn’t really sure what to expect, but was pleasantly surprised with the interesting history of toys through the ages, and recognising a few of my favourites. CONTINUE READING