December 20 2013 Latest news:
It is nearly the end of London Underground’s anniversary celebrations, looking back at 150 years of subterranean transport in the capital.
Most Londoners are no stranger to the joys of the night bus or the manic dash for the last Tube home, and stories of the general horrors of getting back from a night out are the staples of Sunday lunches across the capital.
It’s a cliché, but Cape Town really is a city of contrasts; a sprawling metropolis surrounded by nature, where the stark slopes of Table Mountain jut into the crashing waves of the ocean, and where incredible wealth and poverty live cheek by jowl.
I’ve always considered Venice a place to go with a lover, or a friend, but never alone.
Love him or loathe him, Boris Johnson has certainly had a hand in making London a sportier city.
Relaxation and action on island offering it all – in practically guaranteed sunshine.
If you asked my friends to use three words to describe me, I would be able to bet you – in total confidence – my entire life’s earnings that they would not say “sporty”. “City girl” possibly, but certainly not “surfer girl”.
The newest book in the Bridget Jones series hits shops this month, and we’ve got a guide to being single, and fabulous, in London.
For once, I was fairly relaxed by the time I even stepped foot inside the luxurious Welsh cottage to which we were headed for a short break.