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Prue Leith Thinks Germany Has the Best Baked Goods in the World - cntraveler.com - Germany - city Paris - Britain - Usa - city London - city Cape Town
cntraveler.com
01.12.2023 / 19:15

Prue Leith Thinks Germany Has the Best Baked Goods in the World

Long before she entered the tent as the elegantly erudite judge of The Great British Bake Off, Prue Leith was already enjoying a fascinating career: Born in Cape Town, South Africa, she studied at the Sorbonne in Paris before opening a Michelin-starred restaurant in London. Among her many, many roles in the decades since, she has written a dozen cookbooks and nearly as many novels, opened several culinary schools, and sat on the board of British Railways and Orient Express.

15 of the best places for a roast dinner in the UK - nationalgeographic.com - France - Ireland - Britain
nationalgeographic.com
01.12.2023 / 16:05

15 of the best places for a roast dinner in the UK

In Britain, the Sunday roast is sacrosanct. Gathering together around a beautifully cooked joint of meat, with lashings of gravy, vegetables and billowing Yorkshire puddings, is, for many, the weekend’s social highlight. And where better to do to this than the pub? Not only do you avoid the washing-up but, centuries after the French dubbed Brits les rosbifs, you get to enjoy the roast at its most modern. In recent decades, Britain’s best pub chefs have, by focusing on seasonal ingredients, rare-breed meats and painstaking preparations of roast potatoes or root vegetables, brought a fresh glamour to this Sunday afternoon ritual.

5 of the best American diners in the UK - nationalgeographic.com - Switzerland - Britain - Usa
nationalgeographic.com
29.11.2023 / 14:57

5 of the best American diners in the UK

This cheery diner might be located deep in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales, but it’s immensely popular, particularly with families. It’s both child- and dog-friendly, and there’s an enormous play area out front. Once you’ve finished snapping photos of the kitsch interiors, sink your teeth into a mushroom Swiss burger or enjoy a refreshing glass of sarsaparilla from the restored 1940s soda fountain. 

20 of the best UK pubs with bedrooms, for lunch and a winter walk - theguardian.com - Ireland - Britain - city Cambridge
theguardian.com
27.11.2023 / 13:27

20 of the best UK pubs with bedrooms, for lunch and a winter walk

Fireside lunches in cheerful pubs are one of the great pleasures of the UK winter, and this score of snug venues all come with somewhere to stay as well as cobweb-clearing walks from the door.

The best in global travel for 2023 celebrated at star-studded ULTRAs Awards ceremony in Dubai - traveldailynews.com - Italy - Japan - Britain - South Africa - Uae - city Dubai, Uae
traveldailynews.com
27.11.2023 / 09:43

The best in global travel for 2023 celebrated at star-studded ULTRAs Awards ceremony in Dubai

Hotel Lutetia Paris named hotel of the year, Capella voted leading luxury hotel brand, Japan shines as most popular holiday hotspot and Portrait Milano recognised as best new hotel, while Dubai wins multiple airline and airport accolades.

The 8 best places to visit in the Caribbean - lonelyplanet.com - Spain - Netherlands - France - Britain - state Florida - county Rich - Cuba - city Havana - county Bay - city Castries - Venezuela
lonelyplanet.com
25.11.2023 / 14:15

The 8 best places to visit in the Caribbean

The ultimate tropical getaway, the Caribbean conjures images of palm-fringed beaches, rum-fueled dancing and lush jungle excursions. Pick any of the 700-odd islands that form an arc between Florida and Venezuela and you’ll get all these things and more.

Healthcare, living costs and green space: The best places in Europe to retire to right now - euronews.com - Germany - city Berlin - Eu - France - Greece - Portugal - Ireland - Britain - Turkey
euronews.com
24.11.2023 / 02:13

Healthcare, living costs and green space: The best places in Europe to retire to right now

Retiring abroad is a dream for many and often a shrewd decision as costs of living rise.

11 of the best Christmas markets in the UK - nationalgeographic.com - Britain - county Hall
nationalgeographic.com
22.11.2023 / 09:53

11 of the best Christmas markets in the UK

The best Christmas markets seem to turn back time, transforming areas of cities into timeless wonderlands. In the UK, you’ll find no shortage of opportunities to savour the comforts of the season, with artisanal, themed and traditional Christmas markets popping up across the country from November onwards.

The 7 best places to witness the winter solstice in 2023 - lonelyplanet.com - Ireland - Britain
lonelyplanet.com
22.11.2023 / 06:21

The 7 best places to witness the winter solstice in 2023

For centuries, cultures from Scandinavia to Asia have recognized the year’s longest night as a marker for slowly extending days, the end of harvests, and even the potential activation of evil spirits.

When Is the Best Time to Go to the Maldives? - cntraveler.com - Britain - Maldives - India
cntraveler.com
21.11.2023 / 11:57

When Is the Best Time to Go to the Maldives?

Some destinations are just gorgeous year-round, but when is the best time to go to the Maldives to make the most of the weather in this dream destination? Whether your goal is to relax with perfect sunshine, or you'd ideally like to skip peak season to avoid crowds, planning in advance is important ahead of a trip as big as this.

Steam and sparkle: 6 of the best Christmas railway journeys in the UK - theguardian.com - Britain - city Manchester - city Santa
theguardian.com
16.11.2023 / 17:51

Steam and sparkle: 6 of the best Christmas railway journeys in the UK

There’s an affinity between trains and Christmas, but what precisely is the connection? Ghostliness comes into it – the mystique of a train in the wintry night. I think of the misty, hypnotic adaptation of Dickens’s story The Signalman, in 1976, part of the BBC’s A Ghost Story for Christmas strand; or the ghost story in the Christmas number of the Railway magazine (that publication’s only excursion into whimsicality is always worth reading).

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