Cinnamon Soho

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Sunday Brunch with bottomless drinks is becoming an institution in London. Par that with another English institution – Indian cuisine – and you have a recipe for lasting London success. That is precisely what Cinnamon Soho, a sister branch of the Cinnamon London group, has set out to establish and so far, they are proving... Read more »

The POLICE Lifestyle Mesh Up Timepiece

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You are allowed to be biased when it comes to certain brands and I have been guilty of this trait popular amongst fashionistas however there is one brand that I swear by for quality durable yet affordable products, the understated POLICE Lifestyle.  I have followed the brand for years now and I can confirm that... Read more »

Firedog

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It’s the hottest day of the year so far, an unseasonably 24 degrees on a Sunday in April. After pounding the pavements of Oxford Street it was time for brunch, but instead of venturing down into Soho I walked into Newman Street and found the hidden gem which is Firedog. Directly across from the new... Read more »

RECARO Easylife

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It was the morning before our flight to The Canaries. I sat amidst enormous piles of our belongings, having just unpacked our voluminous suitcase with a view to repacking it in a slightly better way (read: with a view to being able to close the zip). The husband was busy calling the airline to book... Read more »

L’AMORE

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In the Royal Tunbridge Wells Hotel One Warwick Park is an À la carte restaurant L’AMORE.  On a Tuesday night two of us dined in the restaurant after pre-dinner cocktails in the sleek bar across the road in the main reception building we headed into L’AMORE to be greeted by a stunning chandelier and also... Read more »

Caballadas

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Cheeky and I had had found ourselves in Argentina on this occasion, we had been invited by local Argentinian Agustina Lagos Mármol to experience something wonderful in deepest darkest South America. We flew from the cosmopolitan Buenos Aires all the way down south to Neuquén, the largest city in Patagonia. From here we had a... Read more »

Business Class with Cathay Pacific

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Checking in online 48 hours before the flight is a breeze thanks to the Cathay app. Once you arrive at the airport you’re swiftly whisked through fast track security, giving you more time to shop and enjoy the lounge. As a business class passenger you get 40kgs of luggage, more so if you have status... Read more »

Florentine

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Being a resident of bustling Waterloo, I was thrilled to hear the arrival of a new, premium, all-day restaurant and bar with a focus on the best of British food. Florentine, situated a stones throw from Lambeth North station and 10-minute walk from Waterloo, is a lovely, light, airy space with a separate restaurant and... Read more »