Simple Lebkuchen recipe for spice infused biscuits to recreate the festive flavours of a German Christmas.
A weekend exploring the Hauts-de-France region of northern France taking in St-Valery-sur-Somme, Amiens and glamping in the French countryside.
A weekend in Suffolk exploring Southwold Pier and a night at the hip Salthouse Harbour Hotel in Ipswich.
Dining at Astir restaurant, Iberostar Grand Hotel Portals Nous is a fusion of traditional Mallorcan gastronomy, modern cuisine and the best organic produce. Read about my gourmet dining experience…
Hello, I’m Suzanne, welcome to The Travelbunny my little piece of the blogosphere. Here I share my tips on where to go and what to see there; both the hidden gems and the hotspots. Food is one of the best ways to learn about a destination so I hope encourage some culinary curiosity; and a little adventure is never a bad thing. Join me on the journey…
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The Coit Tower, San Francisco is shaped like the nozzle of a fire hose and stands at 210 ft. Head up to the top of the tower in its Art Deco elevator and you’ll get to take in the stunning 360 degree views of the city from its open-air observation deck.read more
Rethymno in Crete with it’s fortress, Venetian harbour and maze of cobbled alleyways is the best preserved medieval town in Greece. Let me show you round this pretty Cretan town.read more
What to see do in Lisbon, where and what to eat and how to get to Belem from the city to buy the best Pastéis de nata in Portugalread more
In pictures – My five favourite iconic views of New York from Brooklyn Bridge to the avenue of trees in Central Park and Downtown Manhattan to Grand Central Terminal.read more
A road tour from Las Vegas to Nevada’s Valley of Fire State Park to see a landscape of russet-red rock formations, petrified sand dunes, slot canyons and arches eroded by wind, water and time.read more
Reykjavik is the coolest of cities with a distinct design culture and artistic creativity. Here are my Reykjavik design favourites from architecture to home crafts…
There’s a loaf that’s been baked underground in geothermal springs in Iceland for generations. It’s dark, dense, deliciously sweet and it’s called Hverabrauð or Thunder Bread.
Essential packing guide for your trip to the ever-changing and unpredictable climate of Iceland with packing lists and tips for both summer and winter trips.
Visiting the Blue Lagoon in Iceland. Hints, tips, information and everything you ever needed to know about visiting one of Iceland’s most popular attractions.
Tips for Visiting Reykjavik – what to see, what to do and where to go and how to get there from the airport
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