About Giverny Tattersfield

A lover of food, fun, and following her feet, Giv is a travel and food writer currently living and working in London. More than likely to be found planning her next trip/meal or with her nose in a book… You can follow her on Twitter @GivernyT.

Beyond Sarasota: The best things to do on Anna Maria Island

With its pristine white sand beaches, crystalline waters and laid back, old-school vibe, it’s no wonder that holidaymakers love the petite Anna Maria Island, located just over the causeway from Sarasota, Florida. And at seven miles long, it really is petite. But for all that, … Continue reading

Discovering Polish Chicago

With one of the largest Polish populations outside of Warsaw, it’s little wonder that Chicago is rich in Polish culture and cuisine. The city is the proud home of thousands of Polish Americans, with historic communities and neighbourhoods – including the area around St Stanislaus … Continue reading

Free things to do in Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale, found between the dazzling Florida coastline and the subtropical wilderness of the Everglades, is practically humming with energy from its thriving arts and cultural scene, its delicious dining, and its stunning scenic surrounds. But you don’t have to drop much dough – any, … Continue reading

Back to school: Arizona’s Cowboy College

A fascination with the cowboy lifestyle is something that many kids, grown ups and city slickers share. But whether you’ve always harboured the desire to head out on the range, don a cowboy hat, and herd cattle, or you’re simply looking for an adventurous holiday … Continue reading

Eight of the best paradores in Puerto Rico

Swaying palm trees, Caribbean waves lapping at golden sandy beaches, delectable cuisine (a blend of Spanish, Cuban, American and Mexican influences), there are plenty of reasons to visit the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. Especially if you choose to stay – like many are – … Continue reading

LGBT New Orleans

Some of New Orleans’ best LGBT nightlife can be found in the French Quarter around Bourbon Street © Rauluminate/iStock/Thinkstock New Orleans is a city with its arms open wide; it’s diverse, welcoming, and knows how to have a good time. After all, “The Big Easy” … Continue reading