Archive for the "Europe" Category
When it comes to top-notch grub, the River Cottage Cookery School has it nailed. Tucked away in the achingly gorgeous English county of Devon, the cookery school of celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall fame offers hands-on cooking classes for cooks wanting to sharpen their skills. Lasting from one to four days, their courses focus on local, … More
Is the enigmatic subculture of hipsterdom past prime? A valid query, surely, when the likes of Forbes see fit to run manipulative, search-engine-happy, multi-page articles on the most hipster-dense places in America (hint: Portland and Austin made the cut). But such is the nature of a cross-cultural juggernaut (virus?) like hipsterism, which lives on with … More
Our look at the top sports events in the 2013 Northern Hemisphere summer includes slam dunks, sticky wickets and bikinis, of a sort.
The United Kingdom is known as a sanctuary for ramblers, traipsers and trampers but some destinations do better than others. With that, discover ten of our favourite pedestrian friendly towns in the UK.
They’re preferred London accommodations for Chipping Nortoners, Sloane Rangers, footballers, jetsetters and glitterati hobnobbers in town for a Bond Street spree. In short, they’re the hottest hotels in London. From bygone era luxury to modish boutique charm, check out this definitive list before you holiday in the UK capital.
It’s become tradition around this time of year – as spring starts peeking through in Western Europe – to endorse a handful of popular and underground destinations that fulfill what we like to consider a complete summer holiday experience for first-time and veteran visitors to the continent. This year we’re covering a lot of ground, … More