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Insider Tips: San Francisco

Insider Tips: San Francisco

Fresh from writing the lyrics and score for the new ‘Tales of the City’ musical, which premiers in San Francisco this month, Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears picks his favourite spots in the city by the Bay …

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I’ll start with a classic: The Endup (00 1 415 896 1075; www.theendup.com). (more…)

Insider tips: Tim Simond dives in style

Insider tips: Tim Simond dives in style

Tim Simond, author of Dive in Style, the inspirational and factual bible for divers, has travelled the world to seek out the most stunning diving spots. We asked him to share his tips for the most stylish diving holiday…

Which diving destination do you know best? (more…)

Expert photography tips

Expert photography tips

A great travel photo captures the character of a destination, and is a long-lasting memory of your trip. But how do you turn your holiday snaps into travel photography you can really be proud of? (more…)

Alternative Christmas markets

Alternative Christmas markets

At this time of year Christmas markets can be found anywhere but Black Tomato has found some unique markets that are sure to give you an unforgettable festive experience…

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In Montreal visitors can head to the Nutcracker market in the Palais de Congres for handcrafted Christmas-inspired arts and crafts, bespoke jewellery and traditional children’s toys. (more…)

Watch live jazz on the Cote d’Azur

Watch live jazz on the Cote d’Azur

Music fans can celebrate the famous Juan Jazz festival in Juan-les-Pins with a special package launching at the five-star Le Mas Candille next month.

‘Hit The Right Note’ includes two tickets to a concert of choice, accommodation for two at the hotel, and lunch at poolside restaurant La Pergola. (more…)

A simple equation

A simple equation

Mathematics. The subject is polarizing, and not in an algebraic sense, either. Those with a natural flair for all things numerical get a thrill when everything, quite literally, adds up (or so we’re told), while quadratic equations can bring – or bore – others to tears. (more…)

Tuck into London

Tuck into London

We start our London food round-up with a dream team of superstar chefs – Alain Ducasse and Wolfgang Puck – who will be combining their very special culinary skills for a unique Franco-American dining experience at The Dorchester later this month. (more…)

The raw revolution

The raw revolution

As the culinary world advances, back-to-basics cooking has become all the rage. You can walk into any decent restaurant or gastro pub and find the words ‘locally sourced’, ‘organic’, ‘wild’ and ‘sustainable’ all over the menu. (more…)

Food thats out of this world

Food thats out of this world

When the crew of Apollo 8 blasted off for the moon at the end of 1968, the menu onboard included thermo-stabilised cheddar cheese spread, hot dogs and rehydrated spaghetti with meat sauce (a favourite with Neil Armstrong). (more…)

Vietnam’s new luxury beach retreat

Vietnam’s new luxury beach retreat

Since it became possible to fly direct from London to Ho Chi Minh City recently, a host of brilliant hotels have been popping up all over the country. The latest, Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa, is on the south-east coast. (more…)

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