Beauty And The Beast, the 1991 Disney animated feature, won multiple Oscars and Grammys, and the original Broadway production of the show won a Tony, while the 1997 West End version won an Olivier Award. Whether or not Disney’s 2017’s live feature version of the story that starred Emma Watson will have any Oscar feathers to add to its B&TB cap has yet to be seen, but right now you can have your own Beauty and The Beast celebration at The Town House at Kensington Hotel, in London, in the form of their “Tale As Old As Time Tea.” As far as I can tell, it sounds like a definite winner for any Disney fan!
Here we are at Sunday again. I hope y’all have enjoyed your weekend and sorry that Monday is starting to peek through. Anyway, here are some travel articles we’ve recently seen that we think you may enjoy.
If you’re a fan of the Harry Potter series, have we found a bed & breakfast for you!
The Georgian House Hotel is a family run boutique B&B in Central London, near Victoria Station. Originally built in 1851, and handed down from generation to generation (the original builder/owner’s great-great-granddaughter has been the current owner since 1987), it currently boasts 63 bedrooms and apartments and has a 5-star rating.
Most rooms, although beautifully and tastefully done in Victorian Classic or Belgravia Boutique styles, are pretty typical of what you’d expect to find in an modernly redecorated building that’s looking forward to its 170th birthday pretty soon.
But they have a few rooms that are specially decorated to enchant Harry Potter fans.
It’s finally SATURDAY! Welcome to the WEEKEND, everybody! Here’s a recap of what we wrote on YMMV this week. From great travel deals to what we’ve written to what others wrote that we really liked and wanted to share, it’s all here, in one convenient place!
When visiting a certain city, what’s the item you need to bring home? You know, that thing that’s only available there. You might even get excited about going somewhere because you know you’re going to be able to buy this specific item.
Over the years, we’ve developed a list of things we need to bring home if we’re going to be somewhere. Granted, I know that nowadays you can pretty much order anything from anywhere. Frankly, I don’t need these items that much to pay the shipping and handling costs; I can go without them. But if I’m visiting a place where I can just buy it, why should I pass up that chance?