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Notting Hill Mexican spot Taqueria is heading to Exmouth Market to open its second branch. Taqueria started as a humble stall on Portobello Market, before opening up its restaurant in Notting Hill 16 years ago. Now, it’s time for those further east to get in on the action. The new site is set to open at
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There was a time when we hardly noticed flower installations in central London. It was normal for arches of cherry blossom or white irises to appear the moment spring hit, usually splashed with branding for some sweet pink gin. But things have changed. Lockdown turned London into a city of obsessive gardeners and houseplant hoarders,
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Walt Disney World has released the Global Marketplace booth lineup for the 2021 Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, which suggests the park’s flagship culinary event will kick off in two phases. This post will offer a preview of new and returning food booths, and more. As a reminder, the 2021 Epcot International Food &
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The hotel side of Wilderness Lodge has finally reopened, nearly a year after the Boulder Ridge and Copper Creek Villas opened to DVC members last June. We booked a reopening night stay in order to check out the newly-reimagined rooms, a project that began last January and is now finished. Over the last several years,
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Shoreditch’s Ace Hotel announced last September that it would not be reopening, following its lockdown closure. It felt like a bit of a symbolic moment. The American chain’s first opening in the capital (in 2013) was seen by many people as a sort of international confirmation that Shoreditch had finally ‘come of age’ and was
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Image: Jaqueline by Karimah Hassan From poets to painters, London-based artist and artistic director of 180 Studios Ivan Michael Blackstock runs through his up-and-coming artists to watch. Julian Knxx poet and artist ‘His poetry is political, because he’s speaking his truth. The way the structures of society are fixed, when a young black male expresses themselves
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Crispin in Spitalfields’ head chef Naz Hassan on the pantry power-ups that have kept him positive over the last 18 months Not going to lie; lockdown had its moments when it was really hard. Thankfully, my girlfriend and my colleagues have kept me sane (mostly). When the restaurant closed it was a complete change in a lifestyle that I’ve had
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TfL’s new E-scooter rental scheme for central London is finally here. The initial trial starts today (Monday June 7) across an unspecified core of the capital’s boroughs (mysterious!), plus the City of London and Canary Wharf. It will involve three rental providers – Dott, Lime and Tier. The move comes after the government’s 2020 announcement that it
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Tourists Return and Crime Impacts Tourism in Barcelona | .TR HOME Weekly Travel News Andrew J. Wein – Jun 7, 2021 The most important commercial area of Barcelona, Passeig de Gràcia, is open for business after months of no activity, following the easing of coronavirus restrictions, and the slow but gradual return of tourism. The
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Wilderness Lodge is a Deluxe Resort at Walt Disney World that is themed to the Pacific Northwest and U.S. National Parks. This hotel review features room photos, restaurant info, details on amenities, if it’s worth the money, and whether it’ll work well for your vacation. (Updated June 6, 2021.) As Walt Disney World’s phased reopening
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It’s time for an update on Walt Disney World Park Pass availability for June and July 2021. Reservations have been added for Annual Passholders, on-site resort guests, and regular theme park ticket holders. We’ll take a look at the changes and speculate as to why this huge summer reservation refilled happened, and offer additional strategy
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Who among us hasn’t gone out to eat, and while perusing a restaurant’s menu, been overcome by analysis paralysis. Should I order the salad…or the hot dog?!? Like you, this happens to me on a near-daily basis. I can’t even think about eating without creeping salad v. hot dog dread. Thankfully, Walt Disney World has the
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Some of the city’s best South Asian restaurants are coming together to raise money for Covid relief in India. Businesses involved include Gymkhana, Brigadiers, Trishna, Hoppers, delivery service Motu Indian Kitchen and online shop Ambassador General Store, which are all part of JKS restaurants group. JKS restaurants is leading the UK arm of 1 Billion Breaths,
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