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Winning the lottery can sometimes feel more likely than a hot and sunny day in the middle of October. In the last few weeks it has become remarkably colder and darker so you can imagine how lucky my friends and I felt as the sun broke through the dim and dreary clouds and persisted to shine along the south coast of England for much… [Read More]
The Serpentine Gallery is one of the best places in London to experience contemporary art. We especially love exploring the temporary pavilion the gallery commissions in Kensington Gardens each summer. This year’s pavilion was designed by the Spanish architecture firm selgascano, led by Jose Selgas and Lucia Cano. The tunnel-like structure hides a cafe at its center—a perfect place for a break after walking around adjacent Hyde Park or the surrounding Kensington Gardens. The pavilion is open through October 18, 2015. Contact Artisans of Leisure to plan a private London tour that includes … [Read More]
The worst thing about going on holiday is, well, the going – traffic jams, suitcase slaloms, queues, more queues, other people. What if you could get that shoulder-loosening Smith-hotel feeling as soon as you left home? We tried Heathrow‘s star treatment… Let’s face it, until you do that victory face-plant onto your hotel bed, your holiday hasn’t begun. If you’re anything like me, the build-up usually involves playing Tube Tetris with your luggage, enacting full-body pat-downs every half … [Read More]
By Adam Groffman Thanks to a tip on Instagram (one of those surprising travel apps!), I discovered a cool, new art exhibition in Soho happening this week. Madame Roxy’s Erotic Emporium provides a unique and unusual critique on the state of Soho today. Historically, the neighborhood has been home to seedy sex shops, gentlemen’s strip clubs and erotic cinemas. But in … [Read More]
The university town of Cambridge is an easy day-trip from London. In this article we take a look at how to get there and how to get the most out of your visit. Why visit Cambridge? This is an incredibly attractive part of the world. Situated on the River Cam, the city is dominated by the University of Cambridge which was founded in 1209. It’s the buildings of the university and its associated colleges, libraries, and chapels that create an otherworldly street-scape that is reminiscent of the Harry Potter movies. … [Read More]
There’s lots of reasons to visit London – the history, the culture, the nightlife, the shopping, and the restaurants. You can easily fill your days with a frenetic program that takes in all of these things, but if you have the opportunity you should also check out some of London’s … [Read More]