Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Trail of the Walser in Vorarlberg

30/11/2017 by .

Along this track, as recently as the last century, young children, barely able to walk, were sent far away to Germany. Their parents couldn’t afford to feed them so, rather them seeing them die, they were despatched to work on large feudal estates. Some didn’t make it, frozen by the elements or eaten by wild animals, and most never returned.

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BA website gets new look

29/11/2017 by .

British Airways’ website has been revamped to make managing bookings, accessing the Executive Club and visiting the site from mobile phones and tablets easier.

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Regent names Seven Seas Splendor

29/11/2017 by .

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced Seven Seas Splendor as the name of its new ship, looking to be delivered in the first quarter of 2020.

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Windjammer Landing Resort

29/11/2017 by .

They say the weekend begins on a Wednesday in St. Lucia, but considering it is a Monday, I’m still feeling a cause for celebration. Not only have I bagged an estate villa on Windjammer Landing’s prized upper hill, but I’m getting the millionaire view too.

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Jade Mountain Resort

28/11/2017 by .

This is, what you might call the perfect sundowner. I’m sitting on the chaise section of my lofty Galaxy Sanctuary, a vast living space cut into the side of a mountain with no fourth wall. Just an open space to the rainforest canopy and the Caribbean far below.

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De Vere Tortworth Court

28/11/2017 by .

As English as the afternoon tea the hotel serves, Tortworth Court in South Gloucestershire, with white beehives dotted along the lengthy drive, Union Jack fluttering above, epitomises the quintessential country retreat. 

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