A Very British Day Out at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Laura spent a quintessentially British day at the Chelsea Flower Show, where she visited Jardin Blanc – a special area hosted by masterchef Raymond Blanc

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Bristol’s guilty foodie pleasures

The Bristol food scene is exploding, its array of restaurants, cafes, popups and food trucks delight the senses. Here are Karis’ five favourite places to stop for a treat.

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Afternoon Tea at the Vaults and Garden Café, Oxford – A Review

During my recent day trip to Oxford with Marco Polo we stopped off for a champagne afternoon tea at the Vaults and Garden Café. It’s…

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Hartwell House Hotel and Spa review

“Why wouldst thou leave calm Hartwell’s green abode…Apician table and Horatian Ode?” – Lord Byron 1814 of Louis XVIII’s departure for France to assume his…

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An Oxford Day Trip with Marco Polo

Emma and I recently joined a group of local bloggers for a sunny day trip to Oxford, courtesy of Marco Polo. We were invited along to celebrate the launch of Marco Polo’s new Oxford guidebook, the first to be launched in its upcoming series of UK city guides.

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Visiting the deserted village of Imber

Salisbury Plain in Wiltshire is well known as a training area for the Ministry of Defence (MoD), used for military training for many decades. However, this wasn’t always the case. Up until 1943, a quintessentially English village named Imber bustled with life in the middle of the plains.

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6 Great Reasons to Visit Kensington Palace

Discover the fun things you can do at Kensington Palace and the quirky tales you’ll uncover – a great day trip in London!

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