I love my job because no two days are ever the same – and last weekend certainly proved that!
I recently began a series on my blog entitled North East Spotlight, and I am so excited to share the next instalment with you all. Despite opening in 2007, I only very recently visited the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA), but I already can’t wait to go back.
(Photo Credit: http://www.lovemiddlesbrough.com)
Now that the sun is starting to shine and the gloomy winter days are (hopefully) dwindling, I’m already starting to think of plans for summer adventures. While my main adventure is the West Coast of America and Las Vegas in May (planning, packing and review blogs will be coming so don’t forget to follow!), I also love to take advantage of the warm weather by exploring the sites that my local area has to offer. In a series entitled “North East Spotlight”, I will be sharing some of my favourite parts of the North East in the hopes that you’ll check them out, too.
First up in this series is Stewart Park. Located in the heart of Middlesbrough, Stewart Park is 120 acres of grass, trees, history, horticulture and wildlife. It receives a staggering one million visitors a year, and it’s not hard to see why.