Restaurants & Bars, Reviews

Cote Brasserie Royal Festival Hall – Restaurant Review

★★★★ The Cote Brasserie at the Royal Festival Hall has two doors of the push/pull variety; doors which I couldn't open independently.  Neither does it have a button to press to signify I was a disabled customer wanting to come in so if visiting independently I would have no means to signal I needed aid.… Continue reading Cote Brasserie Royal Festival Hall – Restaurant Review

Changing Places Reviews

Changing Places – Royal Festival Hall London

This ‘Changing Places' facility was located on the ground floor and had the appropriate symbol to indicate the facility. On the outside of the building there was a larger sign which showed the facilities offered within for those who need to use these facilities. This made the toilet easy to locate and access. The toilet… Continue reading Changing Places – Royal Festival Hall London

Restaurants & Bars, Reviews

Bill’s, Covent Gardens, London – Restaurant Review

★ Bills is a medium-sized restaurant located at Covent Gardens in London. It is located nearby multiple theatres so an idle location for a meal just before going to see a show. There was a small step into the restaurant which I was able to get over with a push but that was obviously less… Continue reading Bill’s, Covent Gardens, London – Restaurant Review

Restaurants & Bars, Reviews

The Eaton Hotel – Restaurant Review

★★★ The Eaton Hotel is located on Hagley Rd in Birmingham and it’s a great place to meet with family and friends to enjoy a Sunday lunch. Getting into the main entrance will be difficult as it has steps into it, however wheelchair users can enter through the rear entrance, which has flat access, first… Continue reading The Eaton Hotel – Restaurant Review

Disability, My Life

New’s Years Resolutions That Are Worth Making — My Rockin Disabled Life

Happy New Year! In just a few days it will be a new year and people will be working on their new goals but sadly most them will fail because of unachievable, unrealistic goals they set for themselves. 36 more wordsNew’s Years Resolutions That Are Worth Making — My Rockin Disabled Life

Disability, My Life

Waving goodbye to 2021 — My life kerry’s way

Hi everyone, how has your festive season treated you – what did Santa bring you? – I don’t know about you, but I feel like I’ve eaten my body weight in food over the last few days. I have been a “fairly” good diabetic! As we all gear up to say our farewell’s to 2021, […]Waving… Continue reading Waving goodbye to 2021 — My life kerry’s way

My Life

A Year On Reflection

Ten days until Christmas and just over a couple of weeks until New Year's Eve. Time to reflect on my little piece of the world. Awareness and cautiousness of coronavirus has become the norm, unfortunately, subtly changing the world we live in. Sadly, my Grandmother passed away from coronavirus after contracting it in hospital. Another… Continue reading A Year On Reflection

Disability, My Life

Why The Holidays Are More Stressful For Disabled People — My Rockin Disabled Life

Christmas time is a wonderful time of year because you get to hang out with your family which might not happen often during the year. It also can be a very stressful time of yeas because between holiday preparations there is always doubt something won’t get done or arrive time. 26 more wordsWhy The Holidays Are… Continue reading Why The Holidays Are More Stressful For Disabled People — My Rockin Disabled Life

Entertainment, Film, Reviews

Spirit Untamed (2021) Film Review

★★ Spirit Untamed is the latest DreamWorks animation film. Lucky Prescott moves from her city home to a small town. Her life is changed when, after this move, she comes friends with a wild mustang called Spirit.  At first thought, I wasn't sure about the film, but I am glad I watched it. The animation… Continue reading Spirit Untamed (2021) Film Review