Cruise life…

Wanting to see the beautiful islands of the Caribbean all at once? Then look no further than Celebrity Cruises See the amazing islands of St.Kitts, St.Thomas, Dominica, Barbados & St. Maarten in a 2 week cruise and have the trip of a lifetime. The images featured in this article are the Celebrity Equinox. Celebrity Equinox…

Paul Magi – Luxury Accessories

“Consumer Luxury On the Move” Paul Mascaro, a designer & architect wanted to launch a luxury men’s luggage range that can demand performance but mostly be a quality piece . It’s now available online at www.PaulMagi.com Their aim was to create luxury lifestyle accessories that are smart, understated and, above all else, a pleasure to use. The…

Uber – London

“CHEAP, FAST & RELIABLE” If you are ever in London and wanting to stay away from the underground and public transport, then Uber is your choice. Click the LINK and sign up to Uber. (Use my PROMO CODE “LDNTMG” and get £20 off your first ride) You can choose from a variety of cars and…

Artist Residence – Brighton

“Quirky and Chic” If you are wanting something different that is set in the beautiful city of Brighton, then look no further than The Artist Residence. From checking in at the very chic and vintage reception to going up to your artist infused room you feel like you are in a different world. Its such…

St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel London

  ” When heritage meets luxury” From the minute you walk through the grande entrance, to meeting your bags in your room, you immediately feel like Royalty. The service around the hotel, right through to the after dinner mints, you really cant get much better than the beautiful St. Pancras Renaissance, London. We first checked…

London Eye

The London Eye is a giant ferris wheel on the Southbank of the River Thames in London. Also known as the Millennium Wheel, its official name was originally the British Airways London Eye, then the Merlin Entertainment London Eye, and since January 2011, the Edf Energy London Eye. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft)…