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Save the Señora – restoring a classic yacht

The romance of a classic yacht sailing on the high seas is something special which captivates everyone who loves travel and adventure. So imagine my delight when I bumped into a group of enthusiasts who are planning to restore a historic yacht to its former glory. The Señora is a 107-year-old motorsailer, a classic […]

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Yellowstone and Wyoming – Big Sky Country

What’s your favourite holiday destination?  One of mine is Wyoming in the United States which boasts some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. If you’re looking to book a vacation this summer, why not head to the ‘big sky state’ with its wonderful wildlife and wilderness landscapes? Here are five reasons to love […]

Umbria

Umbria, Italy – Tammy’s Travel Shorts

When the temperature plummets and there’s snow on the ground, my thoughts turn to summer holidays. Umbria is one of my top tips for a holiday destination if you’re looking for a hot location in 2015. Less crowded than Tuscany, more relaxing than the busy Neapolitan Riviera and cheaper than a city […]

Taliesin West

Tammy’s Travel Shorts – Arizona, USA

It’s the time of year when we’re looking forward to booking our spring and summer holidays. So what better time to launch a new feature designed to give you some vacation ideas. I’ve called it ‘Tammy’s Travel Shorts’. Excuse the pun but my focus will be on hot places where shorts and T-shirts are the perfect […]

Art Nouveau paining by Knopff

Kettle’s Yard – Art Lover’s House

Kettle’s Yard in Cambridge is a house I keep on going back to. It boasts a beautiful interior, crammed with stunning art works collected by its original owner, Jim Ede. If I had to list my top 10 dream homes, this would be one of them. It isn’t grandiose but there’s something […]

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London’s Best Winter Art Shows

  The weather is getting colder but London’s art scene is red-hot with a selection of fantastic shows guaranteed to provide winter cheer. Here’s my pick of the best exhibitions currently showing in the capital which are destined to warm your senses with 100% visual overload. 1. Post […]

Rembrandt

Rembrandt versus Turner in London

It’s the heavyweight fight of the year in London. Turner at the Tate has been battling it out with Rembrandt at the National Gallery in the big battle of the exhibition season. It’s a closely fought affair as the two artistic greats compete for the title of most popular Old Master! Crowds […]

Old England Brussels

Brussels – Art Nouveau masterpieces

Brussels is one of the world’s best cities for Art Nouveau, one of my favourite styles of architecture and design. I adore its decorative, floral curves and stylish swirls. For art lovers, an Art Nouveau tour of Brussels is a fabulous experience with hundreds of impressive buildings to discover. The city […]

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