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A Selection of our Recent Articles
I had planned to visit the Museum of Decorative Arts in Marseille prior to our trip to the city. My interest was further piqued Continue reading
I spotted Wesley’s Chapel and the Museum of Methodism in City Road as I was walking between the Geffyre Museum and the Barbican Continue reading
I’ve been thinking about visiting the Bordeaux area in France for ages.
As Ryanair have direct flights from Edinburgh to Bordeaux and Poitiers (which Continue reading
If you’re staying in the Spanish capital of Madrid and would like to explore a little further afield, WineTourismSpain.com offer several day tours Continue reading
I stayed at the St James Court Hotel in London for one night in February 2015. The stay was booked by a credit Continue reading
Experience days website Into the Blue has done some crystal ball gazing to see the type of activities which could be on offer in the Continue reading
I was never quite sure where Little Venice was. When I stayed at the Colonnade Town House, it was only a five minute Continue reading
I knew from looking at the map and talking with our son who had previously stayed at the Holiday Inn Express London Park Continue reading
The British Library is a great place to visit. It’s located close to King’s Cross railway station.
The cloakroom and lockers are free (but Continue reading
IHG Business Advantage’s Unusual Conference Venues, Records and Facts infographic highlights some quirky venues in the UK. I know that when I was searching Continue reading
Europe is full of beautiful and interesting trees, alive, dead and artificial; here are some of my favourites.
Edinburgh Castle was looking lovely framed Continue reading
Islington Museum is located in St Johns Street, beneath Finsbury Libray.
Exterior of Islington Museum
I’ve always been a bit confused about the location of Continue reading