I should have been in Los Angeles in October last year. My tickets for Roger Waters at the Staples Center were booked and we were planning a California road trip from San Francisco down the PCH through LA and South to San Diego. Covid changed all that. The concert was postponed, our travel plans on … Continue reading “Planning a California Road Trip”
Walking along Piccadilly, from the Ritz towards Eros, you could easily miss Maison Assouline. A small boutique hiding in plain sight between the eye catching windows and decor of Fortnum & Mason, the beautiful Wren church of St. James and the Art Deco facade of the Piccadilly Waterstones. Only two stuffed sheep at the entrance … Continue reading “Maison Assouline – Picadilly”
The Stanley Park totem poles in Vancouver simply are a must-see. On our second day in Vancouver, the shone down so we headed straight to the park! In place since 2008, these historic replicas are now Vancouver’s top tourist destination.
The Georgian City of Bath is one of my favourite places to visit. It offers a wonderful combination of stunning architecture, great restaurants and shops. At night, after dinner we like to take a stroll through the city and up to the Royal Crescent, or down to the River at Pulteney Bridge. This last bank … Continue reading “Dusk in Bath”
The Velo Bleu are publicly available bikes for anyone to use in Nice. Simply hire them out for the day, pedal around Nice, and drop them off at any Velo Bleu hub/bike rack. The huge flat promenade gave me an opportunity to take the bike for a long ride. But first I had to work … Continue reading “How To Rent A Velo Bleu In Nice”