24 Hour Challenge: London

One city. 24 hours. How much adventure can Travel Edits squeeze into one day in London? 11.30 am: Check-in Arrive to a surprise ‘ambassador’s reception‘ at our plush central Westminster apartment on Marsham Street, booked through City Marque. The two-bedroom, two bathroom apartment  is kitted out with everything we need for a short-stay including flat screen TVs, iPod dock, fully equipped kitchen and cooking facilities. There’s just about enough time to drop our bags and…
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How to Travel Like an A-Lister in Dublin Airport

So you may not quite have bagged yourself a private jet (yet) but there are still a number of ways you can take to the skies like a Hollywood star the next time you fly from Dublin Airport. Inject some glamour into your pre-flight routine with these very special treats – they’re open to everyone all year through… A Spa Break for Your Car Before you get ready to kick back at 30,000 feet, leave your…
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Amsterdam’s Hottest Tickets this Autumn

Embrace the Dutch tradition of ‘Gezelligheid‘ with these cosy pursuits in the city of Amsterdam this autumn. The Rijksmuseum After a 10 year absence from Amsterdam’s cultural trail, the Rijksmuseum is back and is looking all the better for its €375 million make-over. The new look museum is highly interactive and takes you on a journey through the history of the Netherlands via a wonderfully curated selection of art and artifacts. Highlights include the Gallery…
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History + Luxury with a Conscience at The Cavendish

Interesting back-story: Check. Central location: Check. Luxury with a conscience: Che-eck. On a recent trip to London, Travel Edits may just have stumbled upon the city’s best kept secret – in The Cavendish in Mayfair. What the hotel’s website says: “Perfectly situated on prestigious Jermyn Street, in the heart of Mayfair, parallel to Piccadilly in Central London, The Cavendish London, a 4 Star Deluxe hotel is a welcome calm in the heart of London. Not…
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The Irish in America at the Little Museum of Dublin

Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free; The wretched refuse of your teeming shore, Send these, the homeless, Tempest-tossed to me I lift my lamp beside the golden door! Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, With conquering limbs astride from land to land; Here at our sea-washed sunset gates shall stand A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame is the imprisoned lightning, And her name, Mother…
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