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What’s New in Los Angeles

What’s New in Los Angeles

October – December 2019 HOTELS Trends Boutique-style hotel boom, most with chef-led dining programs, popping up from Downtown Los Angeles to Hollywood with 13 new hotels set to open in the next two years UPCOMING HOTELS The Hoxton, LA (Fashion District, Downtown) Opening anticipated for October 2019 Chic British brand Hoxton will debut The Hoxton, LA […]

Coast Into Summer in Gippsland

Coast Into Summer in Gippsland

Spring is a beautiful time to visit Gippsland! The days are growing longer, the waterfalls are in their best form and the hills are so green, well they nearly look photoshopped… Pennicott Wilderness Journeys have just launched the world’s first amphibious boats from Wilsons Promontory National Park, and Wildlife Coast Cruises running their exceptional Whale […]

What’s new in the Northern Territory

What’s new in the Northern Territory

BIG BUS DARWIN SUNSET & TROPICAL LIGHT TOUR Big Bus Darwin have launched a special five-hour evening tour showcasing the spectacular sunset at East Point Reserve followed by a series of illuminated sculptures featured in the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition. The tour will operate on Wednesday and Saturday only. Cost: $40-45 Read more. TROPICAL LIGHT DINING & AIRBOAT […]

100 reasons to visit Canberra this spring

100 reasons to visit Canberra this spring

As we mark 100 days out from the start of spring, Canberra readies itself for another sensational season of memory-making experiences. The first of the blooms for Australia’s biggest celebration of spring, Floriade (14 September – 13 October), are already in the ground, but there’s much more to explore in Canberra this coming spring. Here’s […]

Edinburgh City Guide

Edinburgh City Guide

OVERVIEW   If Edinburgh were a person, how would we describe her? With ancient architecture, meandering cobbled streets and rich history, Edinburgh is distinguished and beguiling. She’s highly creative, entertaining millions of visitors from around the world with Festivals showcasing the arts, performance, literature, science, music and comedy.  Edinburgh is nothing but congenial, offering comfortable […]

Shanghai City Guide

Shanghai City Guide

by Stu Lloyd OVERVIEW Considered the most populous city in the world, Shanghai has meteorically regained its place alongside the world’s great cities such as London, Paris, and New York in the past 10 or 15 years. Amazing, considering China’s closed attitude to the West for decades after the Cultural Revolution. Perhaps it’s the entrepreneurial […]

London City Guide

London City Guide

by Keith Austin Ever since William the Conqueror consolidated his victory over King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 with a hefty great castle on the banks of the River Thames, London has been at the epicentre of English life. As Samuel Johnson said in 1777: “When a man is tired of London […]

What’s new on the NSW South Coast

What’s new on the NSW South Coast

#ILoveSydney #NewSouthWales There’s always something new happening on the beautiful NSW South Coast. Discover the latest places to eat, drink, stay and play, just in time for the Autumn school holidays. EAT & DRINK Silica in Kiama has breathtaking views of the beach and an ex-Aria and Bentley chef on the burners. The menu is built […]

Toronto Travel Guide

Toronto Travel Guide

by Pip Macken OVERVIEW Canada’s largest city, perched on the tip of Lake Ontario, is a medley of cultures, histories and lifestyles. Toronto’s dynamic blend of distinct neighbourhoods, vibrant downtown scene and non-stop events makes this one of Canada’s most compelling urban destinations. Traditionally known as ‘Hogtown’ and ‘Big Smoke’, the city recently acquired the […]

The Cotswolds and South West England Travel Guide

The Cotswolds and South West England Travel Guide

by Alison Plummer The Cotswolds and the South West offer some of England’s most beautiful scenery, gardens, historic houses and coastlines, with accommodation in all the best locations for rewarding holidays at every level. Spend time exploring the villages and towns, from the honey-coloured stone cottages of the Cotswolds to the fishing villages of the […]

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