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Stay No.07 Artist Residence

We checked in at the Artist Residency hotel on a chilly Sunday night just a few months after they opened. This is the third in a series small but well established Boutique hotels in England; the first in Brighton and the second located in Penzance.

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No.55 Eat London

“The art of cooking as practiced by Englishmen does not extend much beyond roast beef and plum pudding”, said Swedish explorer Pehr Kalm in 1748 on the occasion of his visit to the English capital. And I am sure that Pehr was absolutely correct in his estimation of English cuisine …

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No.56 The New French Roast

Opened in 2011 by Australian Tom Clarke and his French partner Antoine Netien, Cafe Coutume has become a well-established fixture on the Parisian coffee scene. One would think that Paris, with its long traditions of local wine and cheese production, all based on highly nuanced subtleties …

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