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My WeekendNotes - 153
I didn't mean to go to Oscar Cooper, much less sit there for two hours working my way through a 3pm breakfast and po... [more]
"I can't believe it! I've never seen so many books in all my life! It's wonderful!" So says Belle from Beauty and th... [more]
The school exams of 2016 are long gone but not forgotten as the state celebrates some of the very best creative work... [more]
23/02/2017 - 16/07/2017
Wide Open Road, located in the heart of Brunswick's coffee scene, is a contemporary industrial chic cafe serving up ... [more]
Flemington Library is part of the group of libraries run by Moonee City Council. Situated on the busy Racecourse Roa... [more]
Woody's Bar is the place to be for holidaymakers at Trevornick Holiday Park. Whether you're seeking a laid-back atmo... [more]
Like many of the campsite's attractions, Fodders Restaurant is dog-friendly, from the front patio area right through... [more]
I have never considered myself the sort of woman who visits a spa. Until today, I imagined spa attendees as fake tan... [more]
Bleary-eyed with travel, the most I'd hoped for when we pulled into Gloucester Services was a clean toilet and a W.H... [more]
Blending music and cocktails with a Latino-inspired twist, Off the Record are hosting a Disco Ball on the Bank Holiday o... [more]
If you go down to Whitehouse Farm today, you're sure of a big surprise – half price entry for every child with a teddy b... [more]
30/04/2016 - 02/05/2016
The little green festival is back! Held over two days, Newcastle Community Green Fest is dubbed the 'mini Glastonbury' o... [more]
04/06/2016 - 05/06/2016
Druridge Bay, in Northumberland, is the site of a proposed coal mine by Banks Mining. The citizens of the area, led by t... [more]
SoulJam is a touring Funk, Soul and Disco party which comes to Newcastle once a month to play some tunes and draw a crow... [more]
From Saturday the 28th of May visitors to the Newcastle Life Centre will be able to get under the skin of some of the wo... [more]
28/05/2016 - 03/01/2017
On Friday, August 26th the Port of Blyth welcomes up to 30 of the world's most stunning tall ships for a three-day festi... [more]
26/08/2016 - 29/04/2016
In May of 2016 The Late Shows celebrate their tenth year of late-night culture crawling through Newcastle and Gateshead.... [more]
13/05/2016 - 14/05/2016
The picturesque, historical town of Durham is the perfect setting for a vintage fair. With free entry for all members of... [more]
Think 'nightlife' only means cheap dresses and expensive cocktails? Think again! Put the life back into the night th... [more]
Perfectly situated between the main market halls and the events space of Grainger Market, The French Oven Bakery is ... [more]
Grainger Market, home to over 100 clothing and produce stores, also hosts an Arts and Crafts fair in its events spac... [more]
On April 26th Cafe Royal is hosting a food and wine pairing event with the wines of Mezzocorona Trentino on show. Fr... [more]
With an extensive menu (including vegetarian and vegan options) and generous Happy Hour offerings, Las Iguanas is a ... [more]
For the best coffee and tea selection in all of Newcastle, you really can't go past this small but successful store ... [more]
Ahhh... Za Za. In no other place can you find such an extraordinary variety of entrees, mains and desserts brought t... [more]
In the very center of Newcastle sits the historic Grainger Market, once the largest in all of Europe. I first cam... [more]
We all think we know what to do and not do on any normal day. But every country has a few weird laws floating around... [more]
I have to say, before anything else - I LOVE THIS STORE! Fruit and Nut Company is a family-owned and operated bu... [more]
The Pure Gym chain is a well-priced option for people of all shapes, abilities and fitness interests. Tucked away be... [more]
Set against the beauty of Brecon Beacons National Park, the Hay Festival of Literature & the Arts at Hay-on-Wye retu... [more]
26/05/2016 - 05/06/2016
Strange but true! Do you know about London's beer wave? Have you visited Warehouse City? Read on for 71 delightful, ... [more]
It's that time of the year again! Enjoy a 'Crafternoon' It's a classic for a reason! Dig out whatever materials... [more]
As international media lights up with summer fashions and longer days, back in the southern hemisphere we're getting... [more]
01/06/2016 - 26/08/2016
Newcastle-upon-Tyne is an old and prosperous city in the far north of England, sitting on the river Tyne and stretch... [more]
Owned by leisure and entertainment company the Gainford Group, Aveika opened in late November of 2015 on Newcastle's... [more]
Nestled under the Tyne Bridge, Quay Ingredient is a small, modern, daytime-only cafe. I came across this love... [more]
Mason and Rye is a long, modern patisserie which sweeps the back of Fenwicks' famous Food Hall. When scouting th... [more]
A comfy chair, a hot coffee and a purring kitten on your lap – until now this has been a delight only available at h... [more]
PROPER HAMBURGERS. This is the pillar of Byron's appeal and they sure know how to get it right. Quickly becoming ... [more]
In the heart of historic Newcastle-upon-Tyne sits St Nicholas Cathedral, the most Northern cathedral in England and one ... [more]
Vintage jewellery, home-made sweets, and second-hand books - these are just some of the offerings at the eclectic Tynemo... [more]
The very first time I visited Blake's I knew I had found a new 'regular,' and now that the barista knows my order by... [more]
Newcastle's BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art has no permanent exhibitions, instead the broad open spaces house an ev... [more]
The Settle Down Cafe markets itself as 'a very nice cafe' in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. I went there to meet an old friend for... [more]
Chillingham Road is Heaton's bustling hub of cafes and bars, surrounded on all sides by students in identical terraced h... [more]
Once the domain of the strange and friendless, on-line dating is now common, with over one third of couples meeting on... [more]
Single bloke in the Big Smoke? Read on... Once the domain of the strange and friendless, on-line dating is now comm... [more]
Ballarat is every small town rolled into one, plus a pretty cool Art Gallery. Everyone knows everyone, is related to eve... [more]
Soon to turn 25, with two degrees under my belt and a 'proper career' job I diligently work at 9-5, five days a week... [more]
18/04/2014 - 20/04/2014
From 7am every morning residents of Coburg and surrounds are drawn to the relaxed, open atmosphere and delicious... [more]
Mildura Writers' Festival In a classic pairing of good food and good words, the Mildura Writers' Festival began i... [more]
01/02/2014 - 30/09/2014
Sick of the corporate rush? Need to get out of the rat-race for a while? Or maybe you're spending your days looking afte... [more]
Immerse yourself in Melbourne's premier annual celebration of queer culture from 12th January to 2nd February 2014. ... [more]
12/01/2014 - 02/02/2014
Snug by name and snug by nature, this narrow, genuinely Irish pub is nestled into Sydney Road just before Princes Pa... [more]
Fiction or non-fiction? Plot twist or streamlined? Happy endings or tear-jerkers? How do you like your fiction? N... [more]
The place is huge. That's what first hits me - well, that and the lampshades, but I'll get to those later. It's a la... [more]
Need another reason to lace up your running shoes this year? Grab your sisters, mothers, daughters and aunts and hea... [more]
Whether by habit or New Years' resolution, many people will be lacing up their running shoes this year. Don't think you ... [more]
Living for Friday is no life at all, and when you live in the vibrant city of Melbourne, staying in on a weeknight is by... [more]
Our beloved City of Literature is home to countless writing workshops and events. Here are the big ones to watch out for... [more]
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