Thrifty Life Thrifty Travel

Thrifty Life Thrifty Travel

Ah the Bank Holiday is upon us, can you feel it in the air? Rather than have this Bank Holiday weekend leave your bank account wincing in agony, treat it to a cheap and cheerful trip to London. If you have kids, this Bank Holiday you will want to hit London as a number of.

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Heritage open days

You guys know how much I love free days out (I even have a series of posts dedicated to them which you can find here) so of course I had to tell you that from tomorrow (Thurs 11th Sept 2014) through until Sunday (14th Sept 2014) you’ll be able to experience free days out across.

Cheap travel pillow for neck

If you’re anything like me your neck is a mardy (yikes, 12 years up here and I’ve gone all northern) cow, so when it comes to travel, a neck pillow is essential for a long journey. So listen here petal, I picked up a great bargain from Poundworld last week. This cheap travel neck pillow.

Free things to do in st bees

When we went to the lake district we asked the hotel receptionist for lovely, free places to visit and he recommended St.Bees. Neither of us had a heard of this small seaside village so we decided to check it out straight away. A small village just south of Whitehaven, St.Bees didn’t take long for us. I have a special place in my heart for long forgotten, slightly crumbly seaside towns and one I’ve always wanted to visit is Whitehaven. I’d never quite made it up there, so I was chuffed to bits to find the town was a mere seven miles from our hotel (about which I blogged here in.

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