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Hotel Excelsior, Venice Lido, Italy

The credentials

If you haven’t been to Venice, I’d forgive you for thinking it’s a gloriously romantic city, where the water sparkles against a picture-perfect backdrop. The truth is it’s expensive, busy and the water isn’t sparkling blue. In fact, … Read more →

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The Lido Swimmer

When Cate lived in Bayswater she used to swim in the Serpentine, but after moving south she’s discovered the lidos of Brockwell and Tooting Bec.

Sharing a bath with the great unwashed is Cate’s idea of bliss. Impervious to the … Read more →

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Skin Boosters at Epilium & Skin

The Blurb

“As the pioneering French Medical Beauty Clinic from Paris, we have been serving our loyal clientele for over fifteen years in France. Formed under the medical directorship of Dr. Bernard Hayot, (a revered eye surgeon and anti-ageing specialist) … Read more →

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What are the best cruise ships for families?

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Gaucho, Richmond

Open Mon–Thu 11.30am–11pm, Fri–Sat 11.30am–midnight, Sun midday–11pm

The blurb:

Modern foodie wisdom would have us believe that no one does steak like the Argentinians (I’m the daughter of a German raised on meat with a side of meat, so despite … Read more →

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The Most Unconventional Things to Do in London

London is one of those destinations that appears on the world’s ‘most visited cities’ lists year after year. It is easy to understand why: London is the city of Big Ben, the Tate Gallery, Buckingham Palace and the Changing of … Read more →

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'Grab a book, head for the deck, lie back on a traditional steamer chair and relax'

Cunard’s Queen Victoria

The Credentials:

This year Cunard is celebrating the 175th anniversary since its first ship Britannia set sail on 4 July 1840 from Liverpool to Canada and the USA. Samuel Cunard, accompanied by his daughter, 115 passengers and 89 crew members, … Read more →

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Lip Fillers with Dr Michele Engel at WaterhouseYoung

The Blurb:

I was recommended Dr Mica on the advice of a savvy beauty PR. Incidentally the PR in question represents a rival dermatologist, but told me, friend-to-friend, that Dr Mica does the best lips in town.

Dr Mica practices … Read more →

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'Plus One called it "Pasta with Bottle" and loved it'

Piccola Cucina

Open Mon–Wed midday–3pm; Thu, Fri, Sat and Sun midday–11pm

The Plus One has the appetite and impatience of a boy. He remonstrated all the way to Piccola Cucina: he was famished and he was cold. As soon as we arrived … Read more →

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Helen Bagnall

Where is your hood?

Westbourne Park, the canal, the Queensway end of Westbourne Grove and of course, the mighty Portobello Road.

What inspired your science, art and psychology event Salon?

It was inspired by wanting to know more science, about … Read more →

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