I’ve been twice to Rome, once with my best friend and once with H, and both times have been pretty magical. As you’d except from a city so steeped in history, everywhere you look, every side street, every church you pop your head into offers something so incredibly breath-taking you almost become blasé at the splendour and sheer feat of what the Romans achieved with bricks and a paintbrush! Another great thing about Rome is the food. Oh, the food. Even the tourist traps offer delicious pasta, albeit overpriced, but because Italians don’t suffer bad food it’s hard to get…

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After eating far too much in Copenhagen and telling you allll about it in Part One , here is where I pretend I’m actually much more cultured when I head on a city break and don’t spend all my time eating (honest). There are so many amazing things to do in Copenhagen, here’s a selection of my faves. P.S. I’m currently listening to The Year of Living Danishly and so far I LOVE it! Review to follow… DO Even if you don’t stay in SP34 (mentioned in part one), do visit the Latin Quarter anyway. It’s full of seriously cool…

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