There’s no denying that the State Hermitage Hotel is beautiful. It’s been designed in a style reminiscent of the opulence of days gone by, the likes of which you can see across the city in the grand palaces you will surely visit. Continue reading “THE OFFICIAL STATE HERMITAGE HOTEL, ST. PETERSBURG”
Altrincham has undergone something of a revolution. Very much a tale of two halves, a decaying high street on one hand, and promising new life around the renovated market on the other. It’s quickly become a cherished asset and the offshoots are bearing fruit. The owners of Sugo, the pasta kitchen, a stone’s throw from the market, found each other and inspiration while working at Honest Crust.
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A few things to do taken from my first brush with this vibrant city. A long weekend is long enough to start to understand it’s character but to leave you wanting more.
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Something I somehow missed in my six months in Paris was the stunning Sainte Chapelle. Continue reading “SAINTE CHAPELLE, PARIS”