Ice skating is one of London's favorite winter pastimes. Get your skates on this winter at London's coolest ice rinks. When the temperatures drop in the city, you can keep warm with a spin on several different ice rinks in London.
Whether you [...]
Augustus Collection client AffiliRed, the first Travel Performance Agency to focus exclusively on companies within the travel space, hosted an exclusive private dining experience at one of London’s newest five star hotels. Held in conjunction [...]
Whether you believe in ghosts or not, you will be afraid - very afraid - if you walk the deserted, dimly lit alleys of the City at night and hear footsteps following you but turn to find nobody there.
"Remember, in London, the dead far outweigh [...]
Visit America's most haunted city, the Big Apple its ghosts, antique sites, scandalous tales, haunted places, mysterious sightings of apparitions, strange and unusual tales of centuries past, legendary stories, folk lore and ghostly experiences [...]
Straddling the line between fall and winter, plenty and paucity, life and death, Halloween is a time of celebration and superstition. It is thought to have originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, when people would light bonfires and [...]
Have you ever visited a place where you found yourself shivering with goosebumps for no apparent reason? Déjà Vu, some call it, while others attribute such feelings to ghosts. In the ten places collected here, the ghosts sometimes really do seem [...]
The Cliff Beach & Spa is perched high on the rocky southern shores of Obzor Bay, Bulgaria. Surrounded by pristine natural greenery, the resort towers above the nearby Irakli beach and opens up a breathtaking view of the Black Sea. Travelling [...]
Volleys of fireworks lit up the night sky, Beverley Knight belted out "I am what I am," and Britain's first Paralympic gold medalist lit the cauldron to open the 2012 London Paralympic Games.
It was a night of empowerment for the disabled [...]
The Hazlitt’s is the ideal base in the heart of London’s cosmopolitan Theatreland, with an intimate charm no large hotel can match.
The Hazlitt’s occupies a group of historic houses in Frith Street, Soho Square. In 1718 there were no modern [...]
“I’m talking ‘bout my generation,” sang The Who, capping a raucous, rock ‘n’ roll Olympic closing ceremony
Like the Olympic torch passing from one runner to another, the London games’ closing ceremony was an all-ages affair [...]