Archive | September, 2011

Thirsty Cat Fountains – Feng Shui, meet Healthy Cat

Posted on 28 September 2011

You can maintain your cat’s health by making sure they drink enough water and eat healthy, organic cat food. Healthy food is another subject for another time but it’s a well known fact that keeping your cat hydrated will keep them at their optimal health -especially during warmer months. Not only will a ceramic cat […]

Charlotte Street Hotel – Bloomsbury

Posted on 22 September 2011

Design rules in this gorgeous yet cozy Firmdale hotel located in the outskirts of Soho within Bloomsbury. The Charlotte Street Hotel feels like a separate oasis in the extremely busy city of London.  It’s a fitting location for a hotel that was once a dental warehouse and draws upon traditional English decor and themes along […]

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Ray Caesar at Corey Helford Gallery

Posted on 22 September 2011

On Saturday, October 22, Corey Helford Gallery is pleased to present “A Dangerous Inclination,” a solo exhibition by digital artist Ray Caesar and his most revealing to date. Caesar’s first exhibition with Corey Helford features 30 pieces, unveiling Caesar’s cathartic process of making art. “I look inside myself and see very difficult and wonderful memories […]

Browns Hotel – Mayfair

Posted on 17 September 2011

The old adage of ‘location, location, location’ couldn’t be any more fitting than for the idyllic location of Brown’s Hotel. “Mayfair is in the heart of London, Brown’s is in the heart of Mayfair”. Situated in what appears to be the absolute center of the best that London has to offer, a stay here will […]

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Virgin Trains – London to Liverpool

Posted on 16 September 2011

British train travel isn’t as glorious as its continental European counterparts, but a trip on a Virgin Trains is as rock and roll as it gets on the island. Services in Britain were privatized 15 years ago to mixed reviews: Higher fares resulted, as did safer services, longer repair times began, though customer service was […]

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Revolver Salon – Soho

Posted on 15 September 2011

Walk into a Revolver Salon in NYC and you’ll leave with two things: Great looking hair thanks to an elite team of stylists and barbers, and a clear head thanks to a de-stress-ifying rock environment at this attractive salon located in the heart of Soho. As the sister salon to infamous beauty emporium outlet, Ricky’s, […]

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Beatles Tours – Liverpool

Posted on 11 September 2011

The original Beatles Tour of Liverpool takes you on a trip through the hometown of the Fab Four spanning everything including icons from their most famous songs to their childhood homes. If Google Maps married The Beatles Chronicle Handbook, this tour would be their prodigious love child. Hosted by highly knowledgeable local tour guides with […]

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Ohtel – Wellington

Posted on 09 September 2011

Located in the Capital city’s exclusive seaside neighborhood of Oriental Bay, is a near-new 10 room boutique Hotel. 4.5 star, self-rated Ohtel provides true international class Urban Chic. Ohtel is adjacent to Wellington’s principal entertainment precinct, and en route to the city from the international airport. Major attractions such as Te Papa, Oriental Bay beach, […]

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Somerset at Grace Bay – Turks & Caicos

Posted on 08 September 2011

Situated directly on the pristine beach of Grace Bay, the Somerset resort is a haven of chic and relaxed sophistication. Upon arrival, the helpful yet discrete Somerset staff sets the mood and will make you feel right at ease with chilled fruit punch and a delicately scented hand towel – may the relaxation begin… The […]

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Parrot Cay – Turks & Caicos

Posted on 08 September 2011

Among all the beauty that the Archipelago of Turks and Caicos has to offer, Parrot Cay embodies the most elegant blend of uncanny beauty and luxury.  Let the experience begin with a 35-minute speedboat ride from Providenciales, crossing nothing but perfectly warm turquoise water and views of deserted powder-white sand beaches on the horizon. Amidst […]

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Revisiting a Classic: Arbutus – Soho

Posted on 06 September 2011

For days in advance I was eagerly looking forward to visiting Arbutus, the Michelin starred restaurant located in the Soho media district of London.  The restaurant recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a slight revamping of the restaurant’s decor and the menu. Having visited Arbutus a few times in the past, the one thing that has […]

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Hotel de Buci – Paris

Posted on 05 September 2011

The enchanting ‘boudoir’ styled hotel is the epitome of Parisian chic and features petite but most attractive rooms decorated with elegant wallpaper and stylish furniture.  Located on Rue de Buci the hotel is aptly named and in one of the best areas of Paris -the St. Germain district. The area is high in tourist numbers […]

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Hotel Bel Ami – Paris

Posted on 05 September 2011

Hotel Bel Ami, French for “Good Friend”, is just that: a comfortable, stylish hotel that feels like walking into the arms of a good friend.  Situated right in the center of the St. Germain district, this fashionable destination houses guestrooms adorned with customizable light, large flat screen tv’s, and luxurious, large bathrooms. The hotel also […]

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Les Etangs de Corot – Ville D’Avray

Posted on 01 September 2011

If you’re in the mood to escape the big city escapades of Paris and want to find your peaceful center amidst lush green trees, in a luxurious country house hotel, then Les Etangs de Corot is the place to visit. A sister property of Les Sources de Caudalie in Bordeaux, the hotel is a study […]

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