When you travel to Venice you are transported back in time to an age when ball gowns and masquerades graced the city of an evening. Whilst some of the modes of transportation have evolved the city has retained the original façades on all the buildings and traditional Gondolas, motorised taxi boats and public transport boats all weave their way along the canals. The city is made up of 118 smaller islands and no visit to the city of Venice would be complete without exploring the Grand Canal.
This post is brought to you by Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel. Get ‘set’ for summer and the 2013 Wimbledon Tennis Championships, with Wimbledon Themed Afternoon Tea at Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel. As you know here at Simply Luxury Travel we do enjoy partaking in Afternoon Tea, we also enjoy watching and […]
When we heard that The Langham in London would join forces with luxury jewellery designer Theo Fennell to create an afternoon tea, we just had to get a table booked so we could experience the delights that are seriously too good looking to eat. Located in the heart of London, just a short walk from […]