If you’re like me, a compulsive list maker and organiser, you’ll understand that the planning of a holiday, road trip, day trip or anything big or exciting in your life, needs to be planned down to a T.
I live about an hour away from London on the train, but it’s rare that I take the time to go. I promised myself long ago that it would be the first capital city that I would visit, as it was my own, and I stuck to that promise on my first visit in 2012. Since then, I’ve worked out my favourite sights, stores, bars, restaurants and museums, and like to think of myself as one of those pretentious home-grown experts of the city (joking of course!)
It’s been almost two years since I went on my first long haul vacation to Las Vegas, and I can still remember it like it was yesterday.
Those who have visited the United States know first hand that the dining experience is far superior compared to the United Kingdom.