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The Townhouse, Stratford-Upon-Avon

The Townhouse know how to do weekend stays.  They understand the desires of a customer over the stereotypical stuff we are expected to want from a hotel stay, but never actually do.  787 more words

Have I travelled to France? - Bastille Day event at Brasserie Zedel

I went along to Brasserie Zedel to celebrate Bastille Day 14 July for the first time ever and I felt like I had been transported in a flash over to France with all the many people that were dressed in French attire from their striped Breton tops to berets and moustaches. 149 more words



For any Lambic lover making the pilgrimage to Brussels, this quaint brasserie, is a must. If the name of the restaurant was not an indicator, it is unapologetically Belgian. 523 more words


Burgundy, the art of the Brasserie.

The words “France” and “culture” definitely go together and nowhere is this more evident than in a typical French brasserie where they have preserved and cared for their traditions. 94 more words


Brunch with a view...

Sunday was such a beautiful day! My beautiful friend Lucy, her gorgeous daughter Millie and I went for brunch at the Pilot’s Hub in Redhill. I had never been before, and never even heard of it. 109 more words


The Hare Pub Brasserie, Old Redding, Middlessex, England

The Hare is part of the White Brasserie Company chain. I think this used to be a Blubeckers and the White Brasserie purchased Blubeckers and re-branded their outlets. 399 more words

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Au Passage, 1bis Passage Saint-Sebastien, Bastille, Paris.

After seeing that Eurostar were running a promotion that would get me a return ticket from London to Paris for less than $50 return, I knew I had to make the most of my time in Europe and squeeze in a quick visit when I was back in the UK earlier this month. 602 more words

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