Zurich Christmas Markets You might not think it’s possible to do Zurich in one day, but that’s exactly what we did when we were invited by Classic Collection Holidays to discover Zurich Christmas Markets with them in early December! We
Tea At The Burj Al Arab Looking to escape the intensity of the heat in Dubai? Then how about chilling out with a sophisticated Afternoon Tea At The Burj Al Arab, indulging yourself with a decadent treat? Literally a High
Miami Nice Miami Beach may have a bit of a history of corruption and crime, as portrayed in the 1980’s hit series, but today could be described more Miami Nice than Miami Vice – it seems that it is once
Wynwood Walls This is a ‘must do’ tour in Miami and combines two of my favourite pastimes, art and food! The Wynwood Walls Culinary Tour took us on a whirlwind walk around the greatest outdoor street museum in the world as we
Weekend in Monaco The last time I visited Monaco it was on a motorbike, so I was hoping this Weekend in Monaco, courtesy of Kirker Holidays, would be a bit more salubrious. I could not have hoped for a better
Christmas Markets have been held in Europe for hundreds of years and are proving more popular than ever. So now that summer is over, why not give yourself something to look forward to and bag some early Christmas presents too?
Looking for a venue to entertain clients or to reward your staff as an incentive? A meeting space to inspire your delegates, including team building activities? Or to say ‘I Do’ at 450 feet, a unique venue for a wedding
Luxury is probably the first word that comes to mind when you think of Dubai, with the iconic skyscrapers and the magnificent range of hotels to choose from; and it is no wonder that it is one of the top
St Regis Venice San Clemente Palace is a unique hotel situated on its own private island in the heart of the Venice lagoon. The hotel, originally a 17th century monastery, sits surrounded by lush gardens with wonderful views of the
Palazzo Venier dei Leoni, on the Grand Canal, is an unfinished palace and worth a visit even if you think modern art is just a load of Jackson Pollocks. The museum first opened to the public in 1951 and Peggy
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