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City Guide: Copenhagen, Denmark

“Copenhagen is street upon street of city chic. The place oozes the kind of Scandinavian cool that every hotspot in London tries to recreate”.

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HOTEL REVIEW: SKT Petri, Copenhagen

“It’s a listed building (and has been since 1928), and the new top-to-toe makeover resonates far beyond Denmark’s borders; there’s no light wood and grey faux fur – goodbye Scandi Chic.” 

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Mother’s Day 2018: What to Do, Eat and Drink in London

“Any day that celebrates the woman that gave you life, the woman who raised you or whoever the most important woman in your life is – is a good day”.

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Wanderlisting: 5 Best Locations for Winter Sun

“With the ridiculous cold bout we’ve just had here in London and the #BeastFromTheEast, it’s safe to say I can’t be the only one lusting after some winter sun”.

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Hope & Anchor, Brixton

“The place is positively dripping with glamour. There’re the modern day necessities: neon lights, edgy mannequins, missing half a torso and stuffed with flowers, and glossy ceramic brickwork”. 

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Love Thy Neighbour, Manchester

“Expect great vegan, vegetarian and pescatarian options, but there are also chicken wings on the menu. There’s balance”.

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Where to Celebrate Chinese New Year 2018, London

“2018 will be the year that is defined by your relationship with family, your brotherhood and sisterhood, but overall one where spiritual wealth comes first”.

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Day Trippin’ in Sweden

“When you think of Sweden, what comes to mind?
Well-designed flat-pack furniture, epic meatballs and gravy, the Mamma Mia! soundtrack. I hear you”.

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The Best Breakfast in Firenze

“Our selection: two fruit tarts, one with kiwi and strawberry and the other with mandarin slices. A glazed brioche, syrupy and sticky, topped with cream and raspberries”.

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