Summer in Catalonia, the home of Game of Thrones

After a glorious visit to Barcelona in 2015 it was obvious the Catalonia region of Spain has a lot to offer with unique cuisine, bundles of history and fantastic coastlines. And with Girona’s historic charm showcased in Game of Thrones, plus its proximity to the coastal haven of Palafrugell, we were sold on a two…

St. Anton- The Jewel of the Arlberg

Whether you are a piste newbie or a 2018 Pyeongchang Gold medalist, the Austrian resort of St. Anton and the surrounding Arlberg ski region will keep you on your toes with challenging, endless runs and some of the liveliest aprรจs parties well, anywhere. Add to this the exciting cuisine on offer across traditional Austrian, winter…

The Grift – A New Immersive Experience in Londonโ€™s East End

Always on the lookout for alternate nights out in London we were super excited to take on The Grift, a new immersive theatre experience that sees the audience participate front and centre of strange goings on in the London Fields Town Hall Hotel. The intimate evening hosts 50 people per show who are dropped right…

Hungry in Bologna – The unofficial guide

With the on-going doom and gloom of the impending Brexit decision there’s never been a better time to hop on a flight and celebrate all that our European cousins have to offer. And with sub ยฃ50 return fares to Bologna, this Mecca of food, history and culture is surprisingly overlooked by the masses of tourists…

The Ned – An evening in Manhattan

Bank, the heart of the square mile, is a pulsating intersection that manages a constant flow of Routemasters and footfall from all over the City of London. Here some of the U.K.’s most historic buildings stand shoulder to shoulder with striking modern architecture, an eclectic mix that combines old and new, reminiscent of scenes from…