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Summer of Music – Festival Roundup

Summer of Music – Festival Roundup

  from 1883 Magazine

When the summer finally comes round each year, people from across Britain say goodbye to four walls and a hot shower and say hello to a tent and a field. Ever since the age of free love music aficionados have gathered in their thousands [...]

Tags: Europe, 2013, festivals, Summer
An Interview With Chef Francis Cardenau

An Interview With Chef Francis Cardenau

  by Charlotte Jones

Francis Cardenau is part of the team behind some of Copenhagen's most successful restaurants including, Le Sommelier, Umami and Modern American Steakhouse (MASH), and has helped spearhead the city's gastronomic revolution. In November [...]

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'Dive Deep Blue' in Malta

'Dive Deep Blue' in Malta

  by Lizzie Pyle

From the draw of the deep sea diving, to the islands mysterious heritage, I was lucky enough to go on a Maltese adventure and have a taste of what it's Islands has to offer. Mdina.... On arrival, I was taken on a tour of the old [...]

Tags: Europe, Culture of Malta, Dive Deep Blue, home and away, Hospitality/Recreation, Malta, Mdina, Recreation, Scuba diving, Sports, St John's Cathedral, Underwater diving, Valletta
ohso Probiotic Chocolate Too Good To Be True?

ohso Probiotic Chocolate Too Good To Be True?

  by Charlotte Jones

Andrew Marten has an exceptional reputation in the world of product branding, having worked on launches of everything from lingerie ranges, such as Wonderbra, to skincare brands for teens, including, Elizabeth's Daughter. Most recently [...]

Tags: Europe, Andrew Marten, Bacteriology, chocolate, diet and fitness, Digestive system, Food and drink, Harvey Nics, health product, healthy eating, Lactobacillaceae, Lactobacillus, Microbiology, milk, ohso chocolate, Online grocer Ocado, Probiotic, probiotic chocolate, probiotic products, The Hemple, Types of chocolate, University of Ghent, University of Ghent in Belgium, Yogurt
An Interview With Chef Mickael Weiss

An Interview With Chef Mickael Weiss

  by Charlotte Jones

French chef Mickael Weiss has been head chef at the renowned London City-based restaurant, Coq d'Argent for more than a decade. Before taking up the position in 2000, Weiss worked at some of the most notable kitchens in the UK, including, [...]

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Gemma's Contiki Diaries Part 1: Budapest

Gemma's Contiki Diaries Part 1: Budapest

  by The Glam team

Gemma Tomlinson is a blogger and YouTuber covering style, beauty, travel and health. We sent her on a Contiki trip around Budapest, Vienna and Prague to bring you the lowdown and give you her tips and tricks. You can read more about Gemma [...]

Tags: Europe, Bridges in Budapest, Buda, Budapest, coach, Contiki, Danube, Eastern Europe, France, Gellért Baths, Gemma, Gemma's Contiki Diaries, gothic revival style giant, H?sök tere, home and away, Hospitality/Recreation, Hungarian Parliament, Hungarian Parliament Building, Hungary, jet-set, Millennium Monument, Museum of Fine Arts, Országház, Palace of Art, Poland, Prague, rapper, Spain, travel bug, Twitter Inc., Vienna, writer, YouTube Inc