Rome Luxury Suites are a collection of three luxury, boutique hotels located in Rome’s historic centre, within minutes of its most popular sites and attractions. Rome Luxury Suites provide you with the opportunity to live life as a Roman in your very own luxury suite. Whether you opt for Mario de’Fioro 37, Babuino 181 or Margutta 54, they each have their own unique histories and character yet all boasting the same beautiful Roman design principles of modern comfort and elegance in stunning Italian style. We…

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We arrived into Baños a little unsure of what to expect and a little weary eyed after some heavy nights in the beach party town of Máncora with a plan to see a few sights and spend a couple of days of days relaxing around the thermal baths before heading up to Quito. Little did we know that this would be the exact opposite of what Baños had in store for us. Baños is a city in Eastern Tungurahua Provence in central Ecuador. It is lush and…

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The Tudor Dynasty ruled England for well over 100 years: from Henry VII’s battlefield victory in 1485 to the death of his grand-daughter Elizabeth I in 1603. His defining ambition – to pass his crown to a male heir – resulted in six marriages and divided England from Rome and Catholic Europe. Henry’s religious and political policies continue to influence England’s political, religious and social life to this day. The magnificence and wealth of his court – his palaces and parks, tapestries and paintings and…

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Ideally located on Brighton’s sea front, right next to the iconic Brighton Wheel and Brighton Pier, is the Brighton Sea Life Centre. The Brighton Sea Life Centre is in fact the world’s oldest operating aquarium and allows you a wonderful opportunity to experience life under the sea and marvel at many of the amazing creatures that live in its depths. From the moment you step through the doors of the Sea Life Centre you are surrounded by aquariums, pools and rock pools. I was amazed…

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The Brighton Wheel is one of Brighton’s most iconic attractions, situated directly next to the famous Brighton Pier and offering breathtaking, panoramic views over the colourful, bustling cities of Brighton and Hove and the beautiful coastline they are situated on.  The Brighton Wheel is a must-do whilst visiting Brighton. Located directly on Brighton’s seafront and standing 45m in diameter and 50m above sea level allows you magnificent views over the beautiful coastline, stunning architecture and many iconic landmarks in the area. The comfortable, air-conditioned, fully…

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