Monthly Archives: July 2018

Armathwaite Hall Hotel & Spa

27/07/2018 by .

Do you remember wedding 3, in Four Weddings and a Funeral? That’s the one where Carrie marries the ‘stiff in the skirt’. Wasn’t the location for the reception…. drop dead gorgeous? Armathwaite Hall, in the stunning Lake District, is similar in many ways.

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Breaux Vineyards, Virginia

25/07/2018 by .

One day Paul Breaux was clearing a field on a farm he had bought in 1994 in Loudoun County, Virginia when he found some old grapevines. He recultivated the vines and made a little wine for family and friends.

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Red Funnel ferries names new Hi-Speed flagship

25/07/2018 by .

Red Funnel’s latest addition to its fleet Red Jet 7, was named and blessed yesterday at a ceremony in Cowes on the Isle of Wight.

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Bournemouth hotel group buys into history

23/07/2018 by .

Bournemouth, once the destination of choice in the 60s and 70s for affluent staycationers, has had its fair share of challenging times. Although it’s famed seven miles of beaches had stood the test of time, its nest of once-grand family-owned luxury hotels such as The Cumberland or the East Cliff Court and the Normandie had sadly, like the town centre, rather lost their collective mojos.

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The Very Odd Side of Las Vegas

23/07/2018 by .

Las Vegas is known to be a place for its high rollers and neon entertainment. TripReporter recently covered the artsy side of the city. But if you peel all the glitz away, you’ll see a very bizarre side of the city. For those of you who enjoy experiencing the absurd, check out some of these altogether truly unusual attractions.

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Touring Brittany by Motorhome

23/07/2018 by .

Andy Mossack swaps his usual luxury hotel for a new Bailey Advance 74-2 motorhome as he tours southern Brittany.

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