Martini Library 2 The Arch London

The Arch London – Stately Elegance in Central London

My first thought upon arrival at The Arch London was ‘What a Lovely Hotel’. It has a simple elegance that

Air China Feature

Air China: Flight Review

When I decided to go to Australia, I looked into a few airlines and decided to fly Air China. It was

Aloft London Excel.Feature

Aloft London Excel – Pleasant Surprise

The Aloft London Excel was my home for two nights in June 2015. I chose the hotel mainly because I

Oxford Feature

Things to do In and Around Oxford, England

Not only is Oxford home to the renowned university, it has been the home of well-known authors such as JR Tolkein,

Blenheim Palace Feature

Blenheim Palace Birth Place of Winston Churchill

Blenheim Palace is one of England’s largest houses and was built between 1705 and 1722. It was designated a UNESCO

Hidcote Manor England

Walking the Cotswolds: Hidcote Manor

I began my walk to Hidcote Manor from the small town of Mickleton. The walk begins on a footpath beside

Idyll Feature Richmond Park

Stately Beauty: A Wander in Richmond Park

I was not in a great mood the first time I went to Richmond Park. It was a monotonously grey

Walking the Cotswolds: Batsford Park

The walk to Batsford Park is not your typical hike along public paths through turnstiles and sheep fields. However, if

Sheep Lower Slaughter

Walking the Cotswolds: Lower and Upper Slaughter

The walk between Lower and Upper Slaughter in the Cotswolds sometimes referred to as ‘the slaughters’ makes for a moderately

Market Hall Chipping Campden

Walking the Cotswolds: Chipping Campden

Chipping Campden is an ideal base for walking in the Cotswolds. Chipping is from an olde English word meaning market