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”
One of the many great things about holidays in the South of France is the evening promenade home. With evening temperatures still in the high teens and little chance of rain, the evening is when all of the families come out to play. In Cannes or Nice the promenade is where we head to take … Continue reading “Street Performers in the South of France”
One my last night of SXSW a group of friends suggested a trip to the Rodeo Austin. I’ve never been to the Rodeo before, but I hope to go again… About 40 minutes North of Austin is Rodeo Austin (not, for some reason ‘Austin Rodeo’…) During March and April Rodeo Austin hold a series of … Continue reading “Let’s go to the Rodeo!”
Last week I joined a conversation with Nick Mason. Oh, and about 100 other guests also joined in… The evening was part of the Prudential Series of talks with accomplished and well-known guests who have a story (or two) to tell.
The Beatles Statue is an iconic tribute to Liverpool’s most famous band. It was unveiled in 2015 after the Cavern Club owners had felt there was no one place Beatles fans could gather in celebration of the band.