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Blog archive - November, 2013

The Life Cycle of the Tiger – some interesting facts about the big cat

29 Nov 2013
Categories: Asia     Tags: , ,

Today’s luxury travel blog takes a look at the role the tiger plays in our ecosystem. The tiger has to be one of the most magnificent creatures to ever stumble upon. Right from the time of birth, they have a never ending poise that makes them the most loved and feared felines...

Our Luxury Guide to the Best in London this Christmas

27 Nov 2013
Categories: Entertainment, European Travel     Tags: ,

With December just around the corner we decided that our luxury travel blog should take a look at some of the more fun things you can do and see in London with the build up to Christmas, from ice skating at Somerset House to shopping in the West End...

A New England Road Trip with The Luxury Collection Hotels and Resorts

Our luxury travel blog heads over to the East Coast of America where The Luxury Collection Hotels & Resorts and One Kings Lane have come together to produce a short video highlighting some of the most beautiful parts of New England with a focus on Vermont, Boston and New York City...

5-Star Cuisine from The Langham, London on British Airways’ new A380

25 Nov 2013
Categories: Air Travel, From The Editor, Luxury Travel     Tags: , ,

We take to the skies in our luxury travel blog as British Airways has teamed up with The Langham, London to celebrate their new twin-decked Airbus A380 to produce a 5-star menu for passengers on the London Heathrow to LA route...

Regent Street Christmas Lights

25 Nov 2013
Categories: From The Editor     Tags:

With exactly one month to go until Christmas, our luxury travel blog heads to London’s West End as this month saw the switching on of the Regent Street Christmas lights. The build up to the switching on was an all-day event which brought thousands of visitors to Regent Street...

Don't leave Israel before you visit these sites

24 Nov 2013
Categories: Middle East     Tags: , ,

We head over to the Middle East for our luxury travel blog today, as the chances are you don’t visit Israel every day, or every year for that matter, which is a great pity in our local writer’s eyes. There is so much to see and do and although Israel is a country that may be very small in land mass it is in fact incredibly well endowed with many sites of interest...

The Tube to run 24 hours at weekends in 2015

23 Nov 2013
Categories: European Travel, From The Editor     Tags: ,

Our luxury travel blog looks at the joys of public transport, the lifeblood of any large city such as London but also parts of which shut down way too early in this day and age. And so it seems fitting that London Underground chose to announce this week in its 150th year of operation that it is to run trains 24 hours a day at weekends from autumn 2015...

New Eurostar Adverts for the UK, France and Belgium

20 Nov 2013
Categories: European Travel, From The Editor, Video Blog     Tags:

Have you seen the new Eurostar adverts on Television? If you missed them you can watch them here on our luxury travel blog. The adverts are titled ‘Maybe’ and the first one is currently airing on UK television and takes a look at the quirkier side of Paris in an amusing and witty way, highlighting the more vibrant side of the city...

Gentleman’s Tonic at The St Pancras Renaissance

17 Nov 2013
Categories: From The Editor, Hotels     Tags: ,

Our luxury travel blog turns to gentleman’s grooming today as established Mayfair barber shop Gentleman’s Tonic recently opened its first Express branch at the St Pancras Renaissance Hotel on the iconic St Pancras International Station’s upper concourse...

Wrap Up London 2013

14 Nov 2013
Categories: From The Editor     Tags:

For those of you who travel on London’s Underground network and would like to give a little bit of help to those a little less fortunate, Wrap Up London is once again collecting coats to distribute to different shelters and refuges to help keep London’s most vulnerable warm during the cold winter months...