Archive For March 2017

Mezcal Amores review

Mezcal Amores review

In Mexico, mezcal is generally consumed straight rather than being mixed as part of a cocktail Mezcal? Isn’t that a brand of tequila? No – they are slightly different beverages but with great similarities in both taste and production methods. Tequila and mezcal are made from agave which grows in many parts of Mexico. Most…

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Montcalm Hotel, Finsbury Square

Montcalm Hotel, Finsbury Square

Close to the transport links of Moorgate station, Liverpool Street station and Old Street station London attracts tourists and it has done for generations. The city is still an international financial hub, and London has a vibrant creative arts scene and an energetic restaurant industry. But where can one stay to be within easy reach…

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Penrhiw Hotel St Davids

Penrhiw Hotel St Davids

This former vicarage truly is conveniently placed for both town and cathedral St Davids will tick so many boxes for those looking for a quiet retreat for a few days. A corner of the UK with natural charm, history, fresh air, good food and quiet – at least outside peak summer popularity. St Davids has…

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Blas at Twr y Felin Hotel

Blas at Twr y Felin Hotel

This striking and high-end hotel seems contemporary but it has a long history which is camouflaged by its light, modern and immaculate presentation. But part of this building has been around for more than a couple of hundred years. Originally known as Felin Wynt, Welsh for windmill, the still-remaining and iconic tower was built in…

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Vietnam Eye – Contemporary Vietnamese Art

Vietnam Eye – Contemporary Vietnamese Art

It will appeal to artists of every genre This is the most comprehensive tome on contemporary art in Vietnam today. It is a page-turner for any art lover but it also appeals to the traveller. Vietnam has developed in every way over the past decade. The world has access to its culture, food and landscape,…

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