As an affiliate I will earn a small commission if any one uses GreyT15 to enjoy a 15% discount. Use this code at checkout. Can not wait for my next trip and this time it’s to Buenos Aires …. first time to South America and first time that I get a chance to take my Mia […]
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Only a few hours in Cheltenham but it was enough to appreciate an elegant city and take a few photos. I loved the Regency buildings which were very reminiscent of Bath. My favourite areas were The Suffolks with the independent upscale shopping and Montpellier with its neat rows of houses. Superb selection of shops with […]
You would be forgiven for thinking that you had wandered down a Florentine alley and opened the door on a historic merchant’s house but this is how I felt at Strozzi Palace a little piece of heaven in the centre of the well heeled spa town of Cheltenham. Booking and communication via email was efficient […]
Waterloo is the point in London at where The Grey Traveller usually arrives. Needing to kill sometime recently I was determined to explore the area rather than make my way to a landmark or more trendy well known spot in the capital. This is what I found ……..
Graffiti isn’t new and street or urban art isn’t new and vandalism isn’t new…….so what am I trying to say? I’m more than happy to see organised street art such as at The Leake Street Arches near Waterloo in London or Spitalfields art enjoyed by the artists and public alike but I am disappointed by those that […]
It doesn’t matter how many times I visit London I always come across something new and this time it was Leake Street Arches close to Waterloo Station. A series of arches have been regenerated by graffiti artists and open to the public to view. Whilst I walked down and viewed this street art more was being added. Bars […]