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Dupont Circle: A view from the top

Every city has its elite neighbourhoods and Washington DC’s historic Dupont Circle stands out as a beacon in that nation’s capital. Roderick Eime walks the hallowed streets. … Continue Reading

The Vasa Museum – A Must Visit When in Stockholm

Like the Titanic, the warship Vasa – the pride of the Swedish Navy’s fleet – keeled over and sank on her maiden voyage. The year was 1628, the captain was promptly arrested, interrogated and imprisoned – then released and no one was held responsible for the disaster. … Continue Reading

What is travel without great restaurants? Spirit House hits new high

When it comes to stunning restaurants, Noosa on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a mecca, and as Helen Flanagan knows the Spirit House is one of the best. … Continue Reading

Spreading the Word, Room by Room

THEY’RE just as much a part of hotel rooms in some 200 countries around the world as are the towels in the bathrooms. … Continue Reading

Wild Bill and Calamity Jane – Side by Side in Death, But in Life…?

Students of the Wild West refuse to give up their search for an answer to the question that’s baffled experts for over a century: just what was the real relationship between legendary Wild Bill Hickok and less than law abiding Calamity Jane? … Continue Reading

Chugging and choofing right on track

If the shriek of a steam whistle and the hiss of a steam engine are music to your ears, Helen Flanagan suggests the Valley Rattler. … Continue Reading

Mudgee’s Blue Wren Winery: A bright feather in your culinary cap

After a complete upgrade to every aspect of the property, one of Mudgee’s signature wineries relaunches as a bold gastronomic and events venue. Roderick Eime tested his taste buds. … Continue Reading

Sydney Precincts

Sydney seems to be sprouting new restaurant precincts at a rate that even a healthy population growth couldn’t possibly sustain. Yet not only are spaces quickly leased but in no time they seem filled to the brim with paying customers seeking fresh experiences. … Continue Reading

A Week in Brittany

Leaning out the window of our accommodations on the rural outskirts of Bordeaux were assailed by two things: a cat which wants to come in and share our comfort, and the scent of the garden. First to hit me is the strong perfume of lavender; it is everywhere. … Continue Reading

Rocky Gets Back on Its Feet

Rockhampton was recently hit by disastrous flooding but, like all great country towns, it is rising again from the devastation. … Continue Reading

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