FFG Travels: Ultima Crans Montana, Switzerland

Nestled in the mountains of Switzerland, just a few hours from Geneva, there sits a pair of chalets, discretely tucked in behind a nondescript gate and partially hidden by rather strategically placed woodlands. What you’ll find at the top of the drive is anything but nondescript, however. Two large chalets, designed in traditional alpine style, await your arrival. From the…
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A London breakfast with a view

Every day I get asked what restaurants in London are top of my list for experience. Food, it seems, is important, but location and atmosphere trump all. If you’re on the lookout for a breakfast in London that is more than just your usual pancakes and coffee, here’s a head’s up. Searcy’s at The Gherkin takes breakfast in London to…
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Working out with puppies….this is Pets Yoga in London

Working out is my least favourite thing. I know it’s all cool and everything, these days, to say how much we all enjoy working out, but I’m not here to sell you lies. I do it to keep my body in the best condition it can be in as I age and that’s the long and short of it. I…
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FFG Eats: Circolo Popolare, London

If you and yours find yourself in London this Christmas season and you’re looking for a restaurant experience like nothing you’ve ever seen before, Circolo Popolare needs to be on your radar. The interior here feeds an appetite completely separate to your rumbling tummy. Walking in, out of the hustle and bustle of the London streets, you’ll think you’ve stepped…
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Festive Tea: Pret-a-PorTea at The Berkeley

Another one for the festive to-do list in London. This time we’re headed back to The Berkeley for a taste of their Pret-a-Portea in the Collins Room. I can, hand on heart, say you’ve never had a tea like this before. Inspired by fashion’s famous catwalks, the tea pays homage to some of the most recognisable designs in existence today.…
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