Well hello, it’s Jesus standing next to the reception desk. Welcome to Hotel Gounod in the heart of Saint Remy de Provence, possibly one of the quirkiest hotels in the world, and a glorious shrine to kitsch.
A photographic exhibition dedicated to the life of Princess Grace of Monaco, in the historic village of Les Baux de Provence, is a poignant reminder of how much she was loved.
St Paul de Mausole is the beautiful, but sombre asylum where Vincent Van Gogh painted some of his most memorable works, and is still in use today as a mental hospital where art is a major form of therapy.
We love our own backyard but we prefer to get out and see the world, with two out of three Australian women going overseas over the past 12 months.
One in five women have booked a holiday to get over a relationship break-up. The most popular spots to mend a broken heart: Bali and Thailand for some beach action and lots of spa-style pampering at affordable prices.
You know that scene in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel where the British retirees are on the bus and it’s on a collision course with a tanker on the highway? It’s happened to me too.
“Greek austerity my arse.” It was a casual comment on Facebook, made by someone who hadn’t visited Greece for a while and was thrilled to be back.
Sydney’s Sheraton On the Park Hotel has up to $10,000 worth of Boucheron Diamonds for two lucky guests booking a suite November 17-25.
Jane Webster is living the dream. Five years ago she and her husband Pete sold their home in Melbourne and bought a chateau in Normandy.
Come with me on a quick tour of ms Oosterdam during her maiden visit to Sydney. And then we’ll have lunch.