Review: WC Newcastle bottomless afternoon tea

Review: WC Newcastle bottomless afternoon tea
Newcastle upon Tyne is famous for a lot of things; the Tyne Bridge, St James’ Park, Ant & Dec and the Bigg Market toilets. First opened in 1898, every man I know had taken a… View Post

Bowling for Soup at Newcastle City Hall

Bowling for Soup at Newcastle City Hall
Dave and I never really agreed on music an yes we still have our faves which are probably polar opposites but I think as we’ve gotten older our tastes are starting to merge a little… View Post

Review: Bistro Greggs @ Fenwick Newcastle

Review: Bistro Greggs @ Fenwick Newcastle
Everyone who knows me knows what a Greggs fiend I am. I think I’ve had about 5 Festive Bakes this winter and, jokes aside, their coffee is better than Starbucks in my humble opinion. For… View Post

Review: Oktoberfest, Newcastle upon Tyne

Review: Oktoberfest, Newcastle upon Tyne
I was always jealous that Dave has been to actual Oktoberfest in Munich, it always looks like so much fun! Funnily enough it’s actually not what you imagine apparently; very tent is owned by a… View Post