Château de ChantillyOnly June 22: Musical Night at the Château de Chantilly
Next Saturday from 6pm to midnight, the gardens of the magnificent Chantilly Castle will host a musical night of about fifty short classical music concerts that will be played in a dozen stages throughout the park. Thousands of candles on the ground will create [...]
One of the appeals of Menton on the French Riviera is the largest museum dedicated to the works of Jean Cocteau (1889-1963), a famous French artist who died fifty years ago. Frederic exolores the museum and the three towns forever linked with his work.
Aaarh Jim lad!
Every boy of a certain age would play pirates and use that expression rolling the “aarh” sound to last as long as they could. It conjured up a big, black bearded scoundrel with a sword in one hand and a flintlock in the other. It was based on a real life English pirate –Edward Teach, known as Blackbeard.
With Wimbledon now in full swing why not treat yourself to a Pat Cash Grand Slam Cocktail, created by the Buccament Bay in St. Vincent & The Grenadines, in honour of the Australian born Wimbledon legend.
All eyes are on London, as the host of the Olympic Games. But there’s plenty of action in the capital to keep you entertained and not just the games. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, pack your appetite as world leading restaurateurs Peter Prescott and Terence Conran take you on a culinary tour of Chelsea, Fulham and South Kensington
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