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Belgravia & Fitzrovia

Belgravia Square

Experience true luxury For those of you who dream of shopping at some of the biggest name brand flagship stores in the world and sipping on a drink in the most fabulous bars in London, you should head to the Belgravia and Fitzrovia districts of the city. Known as one of the most expensive residential areas in the world, Belgravia ... Read More »

London rocks this Summer

7- Notting Hill Carnival (B)

Summer is in full swing and what do we do best in Summer? We get outdoors as much as possible. London truly comes alive in Summer with hundreds of outdoor events planned for everyone from children, students, parents and grandparents. This Summer is no different, and even though we are already halfway into the season, the events are still plentiful. ... Read More »

A Gem In Your Back Garden

gem-in-back-garden

Summer is fast approaching and you have guests from overseas coming for a holiday. Why not introduce them to something more than the usual tourist attractions of London? Shoreditch, the triangular area made up by Old Street, Great Eastern Street and Shoreditch High Street is an unusual but fascinating mix of sophisticated business hotels, street markets drenched in history, trendy, ... Read More »

Le Manoir… Simply Perfect

le-manoir

Every day brings surprises at Redbrook Publishing and mine involved spending a day glimpsing at the life of Raymond Blanc, the celebrated French chef. I was invited to meet him in the beautiful little town of Watlington in Oxfordshire to celebrate ‘Watlington in Bloom’. After tasting local products in two shops (the family butchers Calnan and Brothers, and The Granary ... Read More »

The Aubergine Restaurant. Marlow

Aubergine

It was indeed a pleasure to be invited to the Aubergine Restaurant, an independent restaurant with a modern English and European influence situated within The Compleat Angler Hotel, positioned on the bridge in the fine riverside town of Marlow. This attractive restaurant, decorated in aubergine and browns (as in its namesake) with a modest 12/13 tables setting, has a fine dining room overlooking the weir on ... Read More »

A Night At The Savoy

Savoy

On being asked to review The Savoy Hotel in London, I mentally pinched myself. Was this opportunity to visit such an iconic London establishment really going to happen? Days later I had my answer, standing outside the impressive frontage at the end of a short entrance road − which interestingly is the only road in Britain where you drive on the right! Situated on The Strand, it was ... Read More »

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