If you are looking to Travel to Europe this year here is our top ten festivals worth visit. All are easily reached by rail or sea. This April Normandy will host their annual tulip festival […]
Chinese New Year is one of the most celebrated holidays in the world – and a time where the colours of red and gold proliferate! Red symbolises joy, virtue, truth and sincerity and is believed […]
Happy Valentine’s Day weekend to all from the team at MagellanPR. This is a heart created by the RAF Red Arrows team as part of their aeronautical display.
Last December I spent some time in the Cote d’Azur looking for links to Napoléon in time for the Napoleonic Bicentenary, and to my amazement found Pablo Picasso as well. It is unsurprising that Picasso made the Cote d’Azur his […]
It’s a year of important anniversaries and none more precious than the 500th anniversary of one of my favourite historic landmarks – Hampton Court Palace. A royal palace located in the London Borough of Richmond upon […]
As a wartime leader, his speeches helped inspire the British nation to defeat Nazi injustice and his pugnacious nature symbolised the British Bulldog fighting spirit. He was an officer, a boyhood fencing champion, polo player, an […]
The bi-centenary of Napoleon’s landing in Golfe-Juan on his return from exile on Elba will take place on Saturday 28th February to Sunday 1st March, 2015 in the Côte d’Azur, France. Golfe-Juan entered the history books […]
Keeping with the Napolionic theme this week but still in England, take a look at the home of Lord Wellington himself, Apsley House and the Wellington Arch. Addresses don’t come much grander than ‘Number One London’, the popular […]