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Bath: Bath’s Royal Crescent Gets a Refreshing Makeover

Sunday, 20 April 2014, 10:35 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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This famous curvy building is so big you have to go to the next town just to take a picture of it. This week, a rather well known resident of Bath, England, The Royal Crescent Hotel, unveiled its stylish and historically-inspired new look. The hotel has one of the best addresses in town, at No. 16 Royal Crescent, a world-recognized landmark of architecture and urban planning dating to 1767. The renovation followed the high-profile bankruptcy and auction of the Von Essen Hotel portfolio,...

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Free & Cheap London Events: 21-27 April 2014

Sunday, 20 April 2014, 10:33 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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Interesting and unusual things to do for a fiver or less this week. The Crafty Fox Market takes place this weekend at The Dogstar, Brixton. See below All Week Check the week ahead with our guides to market & shopping events and art exhibitions around town. Plenty of free ones, too. And if you’re struggling for ways to keep the kids entertained in the Easter holidays, try out some of these ideas. This week celebrates William Shakespeare’s 450th birthday. Give homage to one of...

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Stockholm: Funky Friday: Your Luggage Never Looked Better Than At The Nordic Light Hotel

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 23:21 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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Welcome to Funky Friday, a new segment we’re trying out which features one photo that we think singularly expresses a hotel’s inner psyche. We look for, and often find, a lot of wacky, wild and wondrous designs that seem to have one thing in common: a Type A personality. So why not have a bit of fun as we all wrap up our week by taking a quick look at some hotels that quite frankly, want our attention. We would have to agree that the most studied, re-purposed, and re-designed space...

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The Motion Photography Prize At Saatchi Gallery

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 23:19 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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Most people will have come across animated GIFs on the internet — a series of photographs brought to life in a animation lasting a few seconds. They can be funny, inventive or even poignant, but are they a new art form or just a gimmick? It seems a tough sell to consider ‘motion photography’ as fine art, but the Saatchi Gallery and Google+ have teamed up to create an art prize for this genre. It’s no surprise that these two organisations are partners in this...

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Joel Robuchon Super Chef Super Organized Packer

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 20:32 | Travel International | 0 Comment
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Cant Choose Which Burger To Eat In Sf Just Make Your Own At Burger Boot Camp

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 18:34 | Travel International | 0 Comment
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Hotel Tour The Paper Factory Hotel In Long Island City Queens

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 16:00 | Travel International | 0 Comment
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Heres Where All The Cool Kids Eat And Shop In Toronto

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 14:00 | Travel International | 0 Comment
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Hop Over to These New England Hotel Easter Egg Hunts

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 12:07 | Hotel Review | 0 Comment
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Adults and kids will jump for joy at these festive New England outings. Unless you want angry neighbors rapping on your door all day, we don’t typically endorse indulging your kids in a sugar rush while staying at a hotel. But this weekend is Easter, after all - so if your little cottontails are going to get their paws on milk chocolate bunnies, they might as well do it somewhere nice. You know, somewhere with a spa. (That’s for you.) To save you the trouble of hunting all over the...

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London Comedy: Adam Riches, ACMS, Adam Buxton

Saturday, 19 April 2014, 12:05 | London Travel | 0 Comment
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Bec Hill, at Alternative Comedy Memorial Society on Monday. Photo by Steve Ullathorne. Our selection of London’s alternative, clever and offbeat comedy gigs this week. Alternative Comedy Memorial Society John-Luke Roberts and Thom Tuck host ACMS at the Good Ship in Kilburn, with guests Bec Hill, Abigail Burdess, The Ruby Dolls, Mat Ewins and others. New, alternative material, with lots of inventiveness. 21 April, £5 / £4, 7.30pm Invisible Dot in the West End For two weeks, the promoters /...

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