Looking back on our travels this summer, it’s really lovely to see how much we have been able to share as a family. From our trip to the Canary Islands with P&O Cruises to getting the whole family out cycling together for the first time through the fields and cycle ways in The Netherlands, there are lots which we will all remember from this year’s break.
One of our favourite things to do is scroll back through our Instagram and Twitter channels and take a look at some of our highlights such as taking time out to discover more of Rotterdam’s cool city areas (including one actually called cool district!)
Whether it was #loverotterdam or #cruiselife for our fun onboard #Ventura with P&O Cruises, where our children got to grips with the Shuffleboard out on deck,
there’s always been a perfect hashtag to suit the mood or the occasion such as when we stopped into the delightful #HaymarketHotel in London,
to find out more about the #KidsGoFree theatre experiences for children visiting the West End and Theatreland throughout August.
So I’ve loved discovering a new interactive game which has rounded up some of the most popular hashtags which fellow travellers have been using across Europe throughout the summer months.
The makers of the game have collected #hashtag data to find out what has been popping up on social media channels – no surprise that #soaked was one of the most used in London, after a few wash out weeks!
To play the game you have to put your social media brain into action and try and match the hashtag to the country or city – and while some are easy to decipher – where else would #waffles appear than in Belgium, others are a little harder to place – such as #bathing or #coffee.
With prizes up for grabs, there’s bound to be a great deal of interest in the game which you can find online here.
Probably my favourite #hashtag of this summer has to be #awanderfulchildhood – it sums up so much about our trips over the past few months. I would love to hear your summer hashtags so comment below with your travel hashtags for summer 2017.
This is a collaborative post.