Best Spots in Manchester for a Good Old Drink

I'm surprised I've never really covered this before, but in the past year I've ventured out a bit and gone around town looking for the best places for a drink, from cocktails to ciders there's a range of places across Manchester that deserve a bit of a spotlight. I like a mixture of drinks and there's nothing worse than going to a new bar and choosing the same drink you have everywhere else, I like to try something different each time. So if you're looking for a new place to grab a drink take note of where am about to mention, from the Northern Quarter to Spinningfields. 

First up, is Jimmy's if you're into the more indie scene of Manchester this is a great place to check out. They have a great range of cocktails, great music that you can't miss and they house a lot of gigs around the year. Some of my best gigs from the past year have been at Jimmy's and it's somewhere you really can't miss. It's a bit different to the rest on the lis…

Let's Go Travelling: Milan

Milan is a place I never thought I would go. I spent 4 days exploring the city and came across so many beautiful sites. The weather was incredible and the views were even better. As someone who had never been to Milan before I felt a little lost exploring the city. I thought I would talk you through where I went and some of the best places to go.

The main place you need to visit is the Cathedral. It's such a breathtaking experience that you really have to see for yourself. If you're under 26 and have a form of ID you can get discounted entry. I paid €3 for the Museum Cathedral and Baptistry. We didn't manage to go into the baptistry as the weather was too hot we were melting. But the view inside the cathedral and museum was breathtaking and something I would do over and over again.

After seeing this we went to a gelato place across from it. It took a while to queue and actually get the Gelato but oh boy was it worth it. They really make it worth the wait and the macaron was to die for. When the weather is so hot it was so nice to have something to cool us down a bit. There's plenty of coffee places and bars near the Cathedral and also so many designer shops if you want to really splurge whilst on holiday. 

For shopping we headed to the Central Train Station which sounds bizarre I know, but downstairs there is two levels of shops. They had a Kiko that I had to do a bit of damage in as well as another Sephora. I also fell in love with this cute bag from Zara that I'm still debating to get. They have a real range of shops so there's bound to be something for everything. 

In general we spent majority of Milan exploring the city. There wasn't as much to do as in Paris but it was such a nice place to look at and I can finally say that I went. I have a new blogpost going up on Sunday and Wednesday and a new Bloglovin Post every Friday. You can also see sneak peeks and mini reviews over on my Twitter and Instagram so check them out. 

                             Until next time, Chloe! 


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