FFG Travels: Chapel House, Penzance, Cornwall

The older I get, and let’s not sugarcoat this people, as I am ageing rapidly, the more inclined I am to seek out places that bring me tranquility. Long gone are the adventure excursions on a monthly basis. They’ve been replaced by a hunt for something that will quiet my soul and give me a moment or two to just…
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A St. James’s Christmas

Whenever I get asked about a neighbourhood that can’t be missed in London, St. James’s is always the first suggestion that comes to mind. This is the place in which I learned the trade of public relations. This is neighbourhood that guided me into a love affair with one of the most spectacular cities in the world. From small local…
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FFG Travels: The Scarlet Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall

Cornwall has always been a rather mysterious place for me. For years, I’ve heard friends talk about their summers in Newquay, while I flew back to the USA to enjoy the warmer months, with guaranteed sunshine, alongside my family. Then, two years ago I was handed a book that, well, changed everything. Written by Milly Kenny-Ryder, The Weekend Journals Guide…
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FFG Travels: The beauty of Babington House

The morning of this year’s first frost, I was bundled up against the elements with knee high wellies on my feet, a heavy coat over my shoulders and a big wooly hat atop my head. I had ventured out to watch the sunrise over the rolling hills of Somerset and found myself paralysed in a moment of such natural beauty…
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London Eats: Theo Randall’s Bottomless Brunch

Listen up, ladies. If you are looking for a special brunch this weekend in London, look no further. I’ve got an Italian style restaurant with your name on it…and should I tell you now or later that it includes bottomless Bellini’s or Prosecco for the table? I won’t lie, it was the word “bottomless” that originally peaked my interest. And…
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