Author Gabrielle Sander

Travel Editor; a journalist with a penchant for Earl Grey tea and penny sweets, Gabrielle is known to partake in a spa day or two followed by a luxuriant meal somewhere on the French Riviera. She takes the business of travel journalism very seriously indeed.

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“Think back to the last time you booked a holiday. It was likely done online; an enthusiastic task to start off with, exciting even…” Gabrielle leaves the planning to a concierge for a weekend in Bray…

French
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“‘Aprils have never meant much to me, autumns seem that season of beginning…’ My sentiments exactly Mr Capote, for there is something fresh and exciting about this time of the year…”

Hotels
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“It’s 295 miles to Truro. We’ve got a full tank of gas, half a pack of Twiglets; it’s dark and we’re wearing sunglasses…” Gabrielle discovers the child-like delights of Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula…

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“Croatia’s five-star boutique Hotel Monte Mulini was quite an understated first sight for this shamefully quick to judge traveller. A momentary opinion, thankfully, swiftly dispelled by the view that filled my eyes…”

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“Telling an Olympic boxing champ to ‘work me hard’ in a one-to-one personal training session probably wasn’t the wisest of lines…” Gabrielle visits La Source in Grenada.

British
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“The Hill Bar & Brasserie has the unfortunate status of being on the busy path one likely travels down to get to somewhere else…” So what made Gabrielle call in? Lucky for us she did, though…

French
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“’Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all’. Really, Tennyson? I’m not so sure.” Gabrielle falls for Le Manoir aux Quat’ Saisons; her life will never be the same again…

Asian
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Gabrielle skips over to Victoria to feast on deep-fried ice cream, among other delicious treats, at Grand Imperial London; the first UK restaurant from celebrated Hong Kong chef Rand Cheung.

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“Just suck it straight off the toes.” Not a line one wants to hear while tucking in to a piece of foot-shaped food. It’s the last night of a trip to Hong Kong and I’m one of six huddled around a spread of various doughs and dim sum.

Asian
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One of the memorable aspects from my Thailand tour some years ago was of the country’s affinity with displaying their menus in pictures. Soho’s Benja Bangkok Table has stayed true to tradition, with a gallery of dishes pinned to the window.

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Toronto is a city to be explored on foot, eyes open, camera at hand. There’s so much to distract, more hidden gems than Hatton Garden, and a variety that ranks it above other metropolises, writes Gabrielle Sander.

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