Month: March 2018 (page 1 of 4)

Exploring the Rise in the Pop-up Food Industry

With Eventbrite finding the number of food and drink events hosted on its platform to be increasing each year, it has become clear that more events are being hosted across the food and beverage industry.

With a colossal growth of 82%, the pop-up dining experience was found to be the fastest growing trend, following Eventbrite’s analysis of 40,000 of these events. Continue reading

Hotel restaurant graced by royals gains Michelin star

A London restaurant that has been a favourite for royalty throughout its 105-year history has been awarded a Michelin star, despite refusing to serve “poncey” food.

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Pet friendly locales in London

London is one of the most dynamic and exciting cities in the world, and not just for humans! Taking your dog with you on a trip to the capital can be great fun, and though you’ll need to plan carefully to find places you can go together, that’s easier today than it has ever been. Continue reading

4 Things To Consider When Visiting London On A Budget

People often think of traveling to London as romantic, adventurous and expensive.  With a record number of tourists visiting London, the city obviously has a lot to offer and if you know what resources to tap into, you can see the home of Big Ben and Buckingham Palace without draining your entire bank account.  If you are looking at London for your next travel destination but want to do it on a budget, here are a few things to consider while visiting London. Continue reading

Holidays at Home Are Great

While it’s a great advantage living in a country that is so close to many other European countries, there is nothing like a stay at home holiday, just for a change. The problem with that is the weather in the UK is pretty cold during January and the mind tends to wander to warm beaches and sunnier climes. Continue reading

Good morning, welcome to London… and how long are you staying?

Forget the American dream, this is the British dream. Every year tens of thousands of immigrants arrive in London. They come from all over the world in the hope of finding safety and striking gold. For his controversial new book, Ben Judah spent two years following them — Romanians, Poles, Africans, Arabs — trying to understand the reality of their lives

A new life begins: Victoria Coach Station

I have to see everything for myself. I don’t trust statistics. I have to make up my own mind. This is why I am shivering again at 6am. I am being pushed around. Automatic doors slide and close. Crowds are dazed with arrival. African men in hoodies and leather jackets rub their eyes. Polish meatheads grip onto huge toolboxes as they make for the street. Arab men in body warmers and fleeces pull out throwaway phones and dial those they know.

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In a season full of shocks and surprises it’s hard to predict where the title will land in May. Usually in January you start to see one or two clubs starting to pull away from the pack, but not this season. This is a season that has seen Leicester go from relegation battlers to table toppers in less than a year and reigning Champions Chelsea tumble down the table with largely the same squad that had won them the title a few months earlier.
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