*Please note these were all written before Covid19 and I am not encouraging anyone to go outside and visit, I would love everyone to stay indoors and stay safe*
I am writing my top 10 Culture Trips so when Covid19 is over, we can look forward to visiting these places again.
I actually found it hard picking just 10 as I have been to some amazing places and loved every one single of them.
CatPawCino is great place if you love Cats and want a bit of zen time. It is a relaxing place for both human and cat, the food is really lovely and so are the cats.
This is where I am in the blog photo when the weather is fine and we are allowed to go to parks and walk around and enjoy nature, Talkin Tarn is a serene place.
Experience Stockton at night, I went to see Joe from Cattle and Cane there. We had an amazing meal at Finkle and Green and then we went for a Cocktail at The Nuthatch. If you want to really treat yourself they are the places to go.
Space Golf is a lot of fun for all the family, especially when it is raining but you still want to do something. They have a range of courses and it just a great laugh for all.
I have to thank fellow bloggers for this recommendation, Low Force is a beautiful waterfall with an adventures walk. If you go on a nice day, you can really appreciate the greenery and colours of nature- it looks like a picture. If anything you must go to take a picture of the waterfall.
If you don’t like Camping but like your home comforts, why not go Dark Sky Glamping and be at one with nature at Greencarts Farm.
If you have always wanted to go to York but not sure then you should go after lockdown is released. It is a wonderful city with some amazing independent shops, markets and restaurants. Great for retail therapy.
I have family in North Wales and when we are allowed to travel, I will be going to Wales and straight to Rhyl Beach. I love to sit on the chair and watch the sea and hear the waves crash. I also like to walk on pebbles and breath in the sea air.
Great place for families, to see some beautiful animals. It is located near a business centre but once you are at the wetland centre- you can’t hear a car at all.
I am looking forward to going to the North East Coasts and finding a cosy little cafe or restaurant, like Amble and Alnmouth. To be able to sit on the beach with fish and chips and maybe an ice cream, I can’t wait.
Where will you be visiting after lockdown?