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Weekend Breaks in the UK

by Jessica Amey

Now Tiger is more of a toddler instead of a baby I’ve started to find life so much easier.

He was such a miserable baby. He hated being in the car, hated the pushchair, he couldn’t go in the sun, he didn’t want to be held and obviously I couldn’t put him down. It made going out of the house a bit of a nightmare so now he is able to just run around with Cherry I am really enjoying going on proper days out again.

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One thing I am really looking forward to is going on weekend breaks, just in the UK to start with then eventually over to Europe.

When I was growing up we used to move around the country A LOT due to my dad’s job and my mum’s obsession with moving house so there are loads of places I would love to go back and visit.

Top of the list is York. I have so many memories of going to the York Dungeons, Viking Centre and a cafe called Betty’s for cake and would love to go and relive them with children of my own. We were living in Harrogate when my sister was born so I would love to go back and visit there too.

Then there is Brighton, we lived in West Sussex on a few occasions and it’s where my dad was living when I was a teenager so I can remember a lot more of my time there. Also a town called Chichester and Midhurst that I would love to go and walk around, I used to live and go to school in these places so it would be a real trip down memory lane.

Thirdly would be Buckinghamshire, we lived in a few villages and towns there. The nearest city was Milton Keynes I think, I can remember the huge shopping centre there, I bet it’s even bigger now!

There are also so many other parts of the UK I would love to go and explore. Wales, Scotland, The Cotswolds, this authentic Indian food course at Zouk Tea Bar and Grill could even tempt me to Manchester!

Wherever you go you know you can find comfortable and affordable accommodation in a Travelodge hotel, they are always our first choice when we go away. For current offers click here.

What’s your favourite part of the UK?

This is a collaborative post.

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