Today L and I took a trip to the Parc du Cinquantenaire which is the most beautiful park, situated in the European Quarter of Brussels. The park is home to the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and Military History. The museum is situated to one side of the Arcade de Cinquantenaire, the other side is a large car museum called Auto World. We decided to visit the Armed Forces…

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On our recent trip to Belgium we decided for ease and speed to use the Channel Tunnel. We had booked an early time slot (10.20am) and didn’t fancy a 6am alarm so we booked into the Folkestone Holiday Inn Express for one night, which is only a 5 minute drive from the tunnel check in 🙂 We booked via booking.com as we always tend to do (top tip: use booking.com…

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So the title of this blog may only ring true with die hard brick fans! Fear not though that is the end of Lego terminology! So it’s Saturday night (bank holiday weekend) and we have nothing planned for Sunday. We’ve been planning on taking Lochlan to Legoland Windsor for his 5th Birthday later this month so we thought why not visit the Legoland Discovery Centre in Manchester, you know to…

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The South West of Western Australia is not just a great place for sampling some of the world’s finest wine (although that is massive bonus!). It is also a fantastic place for children of all ages! We visited the Margaret River region with our four year old in April 2016, it’s such a magnificent part of this beautiful world. I thought I’d share some of our top kid friendly activities.…

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Which ever way you cut it 22 hours in the air is a killer! Add a child (or children) to the mix and your pretty much asking for at least one major meltdown. We recently flew with Emirates from Heathrow to Perth, Western Australia with our four year old in tow. Aside from a couple of hairy moments, we escaped without battle wounds! So I thought I’d share a few…

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