Photo Credit to Dawn Brown my Sister
The beautiful city sits on the River Tyne and offers an abundance of places to explore. Home to St James Park and the newly restored Newcastle Castle there is something for everyone to enjoy. The Theatre Royal stages a wide variety of shows for adults and children and is set in one of the most beautiful buildings in the country. My daughter would love the Life Science Centre which offers hands on displays and exhibits. One of my top places to visit would be the Metro Centre, I just love to shop, what lady doesn't. Not only do I want to visit Newcastle but it also means I can pop round to my sister's house in Durham and enjoy a family visit. There are plenty of hotels to stay in which can help make your visit an enjoyable one.
I have wanted to visit Bath for such a long time, the Thermae Bath Spa looks so appealing and I would love to spend the evening, in the rooftop pool relaxing and taking in the view. The Roman Baths look so amazing and it would be great to visit them by candlelight or experience one of the packages they provide. Within easy reach of the city is Longleat Safari Park which would be a huge hit with my daughter and her love of animals.
I would really like to explore London and experience the London Eye, Natural History Museum, Madame Tussauds, the Tower of London and visit London Zoo. Last time we visited we had our daughter with us and I didn't enjoy the hustle and bustle with a pushchair so it would be nice to walk around and explore. It would be fabulous to explore Harrods and the markets and go on a girly shopping trip with my daughter.
The ancient city of Chester as always appealed to me, I previously went on a girls weekend and needless to say we didn't see many of the sights on offer, choosing to spend most of the day in various pubs enjoying fine wine and food. Chester cathedral looked magnificent against the city's skyline and I would love to visit it.
Which city would you like to visit in the United Kingdom? or do you have tips on my bucket list?
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