Apartment hotels are a great place to stay in Hamburg. We recently stayed in one and would love to tell you a bit more about it.
This city break guide to Hamburg is packed full with top things to do in Hamburg, where to eat in Hamburg and more. Please have a read so you can find out why you should visit this habour town.
The weather over the last few weeks has been pretty gorgeous, right? Which mean I have been firing up the BBQ and whipping little treats like this simple but summery balsamic grilled peach and grilled scallop salad. Perfect for those days when you want to spend less time indoors and more time eating and having fun in the sun.
So, did you know that Ghent is the vegetarian capital of Europe? Me neither. But I am pleased to say that I spent a few days eating at and visiting numerous vegetarian and vegan food places in Ghent and have come away not only in foodie love with Ghent, but came away completely inspired by the attitude and success.
Cruise lovers – here are 7 reasons to book a cruise on The Royal Princess with Princess Cruises.
My list is of things to do in Paris is much more serendipitous. Leaving a bit to chance (what major exhibitions will be visiting when you happen to be there?) and playing things by ear. But this is what I love. Being a bit unplanned and spontaneous but knowing enough not to get lost.
Freddy and I were lucky to recently spend a few days on the pre-inaugural voyage of the largest cruise ship in the world. Our trip on Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas was an absolutely amazing experience.
Sushi Shop invited me to a sushi making masterclass in their then soon to open Marylebone venue. I admit I had never heard about them before but after looking thought their website, their extensive and creative menu (caramelised teriyaki salmon suhsi anyone) and their beautifully presented products, I was very intrigued and happily popped along to the class. Then they took me to Paris.
I have just been on a visit to Tours, France. The food was delicious and, everywhere, from everything you see, you get the over-riding idea that food is important. So no wonder the city has been called a City of Gastronomy, listed on UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage.
This year I decided to spend my birthday Paris. And what better way get there than quickly and easily via the Eurostar. Only an easy and relaxing 2 1/4 hours journey from London.