Izzy’s Cold Feet on location

Seeing as my Amy & Zach on location blog was quite popular, I thought I’d post some photos of the places Izzy visits in Izzy’s Cold Feet. If you’ve been to any of these places, please comment below – I’d love to hear your thoughts and opinions! 🙂

London, UKBig Ben from Westminster Bridge

Izzy’s hometown and the setting for most of the book. This view is from Westminster Bridge, one of my favourite spots whenever I visit London (I enjoy walking all over and taking in the touristy spots).

Paris, France

Paris at nightI’m not a city person but I love Paris, and thinking back I wish I’d written more about Izzy’s time there. I’ve visited several times and each time I discover something new. 

This photo is from my birthday earlier this year. It was freezing cold but so worth it.

The Alps, Switzerland

Staubach Falls, Lauterbrunnen, SwitzerlandThe whole Jungfrau area is so beautiful and one of my favourite places on Earth. I could post a hundred photos and none of them would really do it justice. Hence why Izzy isn’t so keen to leave Switzerland!

The photo to the right is of the Staubach Falls in Lauterbrunnen, where Izzy and Ewan stay.

… and this is one of my favourite views, not far from the Eiger. A beautiful, wonderful place.


Verona, ItalyRoman arena, Verona

If William Shakespeare felt Verona was a good setting for his most famous work (Romeo & Juliet, of course), then it certainly isn’t too shabby for me, either! Verona, IMHO, is so much nicer than Venice and has a real charm. Here’s a photo of the roman arena, mentioned in the book.


And, lastly… Masterchef gets a brief mention in Izzy’s Cold Feet, so here’s a photo I took of the judges John Torode & Greg Wallace last weekend at the BBC Good Food show (yes, Jason, one of the characters, was there too if you were wondering…)

Gregg Wallace John Torode

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