Traveling the UK this Easter

January has its way of making us feel all doom and gloom with a shrunk bank account, a larger waist size and a damaged liver. So aside of planning how to refill the bank account, shrink the waist size and nurse the liver, planning holiday breaks has this power to rejoice the mood, don’t you think?

I have recently announced a decision in the house: we are going to travel the UK at least once a year! Of course this came as a little bit of a shock to my British husband, who can’t wait to do what most Brits love doing on holiday: escape the UK.

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But why? I know the weather is unreliable and the cost of traveling in the UK often mounts to as much as traveling abroad BUT have you looked at your country recently? It has some of the most beautiful scenery and it is full of history and hidden treasures.

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Being French I am used to staying in the same country on holidays. The French travel in France. After all have we not got the most beautiful country in the World?! This is the reason why they constantly ask me when are you coming back? and why are you still living in the UK?! That’s shocking to them.

Anyway I am thinking Easter Break and I was wondering where to head. There are so many places I want to go to I don’t know where to start. Of course in a minute I will have to stop procrastinating and go back to work but in the meantime I am going to go and spend some very useful time on Pinterest and locate our future destination!

I am already feeling a lot lighter, let’s find some chocolate!

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