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Anything and everything about my love for fashion, travel, food and beauty.

Saturday, 24 May 2014



Game night and whiskey!


Dinner time!

Me and my nephew, in Lake district

Our log cabin in the Lake District


April 2014 - Lunch at bella italia - cheltenham


I love food, Can you guess? I say I can stick too diets than before you know it, DAM. Mostly down to my undying love for italian food.Bella Italia in norwich was one of my favourite restaurants in the city, But I hadn't been to this one in Cheltenham. Our little lunch break was so lovely. I went with my twin her little ones, Roo and Harper and one of my close friends who came to visit us from Devon. It was a rainy day so a hot lunch after shopping was much needed.

Bella italia - Cheltenham 

(Myself and Mia)

We started off outside but due to the weather and the little ones we settled for inside. The whole interior of the restaurant had a lovely welcoming homey feel which as I have mentioned before is hard to find with chain style type of restaurants. 

(Harper and Jazz)


(Mia and Jass)

After debating with myself for 10 minutes odd, I steeled with steak which was not brilliant, lacking in taste and a little burnt. Over all I have had better. 



(Mia with gorgeous little Harper)

(Mia, Me and jassmyne.)

(Little Roo enjoying his starter)

If you are looking for somewhere that is brilliant to take the kids for a spot of lunch. This is the place to go.



This gorgeous hat is from New Look at a steal! £10.00 From about 15.00 

Light cardigan perfect for the summer and to throw over jeans only 12.99 another New Look find

Dress on sale from New Look only £8.00 

Lauren x

Saturday, 3 May 2014

Oleans France 2014

oleans  - france

One of the first places we visited in france turned out to be Oleans, such a pretty town. I could of happily lived there. One of the main attractions in Oleans, is the medieval abbey. And Boy, did it live up to what I thought it would be. I have never been any where so over powering. The place itself is huge and by huge I do mean massive. So much detail went into the building from the glass on the top of the abbey to the gargoyles on the side of the abbey. 

I did take most of these pictures with the Nikon d90 

Myself out the abbey, I do look so happy here! 

The scary looking gargoyles at the side of the abbey, and I mean how petrifying! 

This one was leading from the Abbey into the main town. 

The detail on the stained glass windows is incredible. 

The hand painted ceiling on the abbey, 

The town of OLEANS

This was right outside the oceans museum. 

This place was incredible, and apparently very well known. In the morning people wait for ages outside  to be served. The food is great so no wonder. 

Me and my mum.

I know it's a ton of pictures!
And not much writing! 

but enjoy! 

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