… This is a guest post by Hans Ebenman and Rikard Fredricson of The Rooftop Guide … If you love to dine and drink with a view then here’s a story for you: the seven best rooftop bars according to the world’s biggest website and guide on the subject, The Rooftop Guide. The Rooftop
“If I had a magic wand and could make any travel dream come true what would you wish for?” When a fellow travel writer asked me this question in Myanmar I was momentarily stumped. A year earlier I would have wished for Antarctica or Machu Picchu but it had been a very special year and
I hadn’t expected Judy Garland to appear at an Alice in Wonderland themed afternoon tea in central London, but here she was. Well, the memory of her, anyway. As I opened a child’s jewellery box to reveal sugar cubes inside a tiny ballerina started turning to the sounds of Somewhere Over The Rainbow. I’d already
I’ll never forget the first time I walked into a Morgans Hotel lobby. It was the late ‘90s in New York, my friend was staying at Paramount, and when I went to meet him I just thought ‘wow’. I’ll admit I wasn’t particularly well travelled at that time but I’d never seen anything like it.
A good tour guide can change the way you see a place by opening your eyes to things you wouldn’t have noticed and leaving you with lots of memorable and fun facts. Henrietta Ferguson is one of those guides. I met Henrietta when she took me on a special Royal Warrants Tour in London, which
When I lived in London, back at the turn of the century, I would go to Kings Cross for two reasons and two reasons alone. To dance at Fiction in a rather memorable club called The Cross or to catch a train. And even then I’d get in and I’d get out; there’d be no
High tea, high fashion, flying high… it’s been that kind of morning as British Airways launched their Australian route update with a special event on board their new Boeing 777-300ER. British model Georgia May Jagger strutted the catwalk / airline aisles in a gorgeous PPQ frock as we sipped Tattinger and nibbled on high tea