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Olympic-class eater, lover of champagne and fine reds. Will travel for food!
Qantas, Emirates, Singapore Airlines all specialise in long haul. I'd visit Seat Guru to look at the aircraft flying a specific route and, if comfort in economy is your primary objective, I'd look for airlines using the Airbus A380 or similar large j... See More
I'm biased - I love NYC and there's so much to do. It's hard to recommend a number of days not knowing how long you're on holiday for, but I'd spend at least a week. Some great things to do: the Staten Island Ferry - this is free. You can take it day... See More
Sydney has some amazing restaurants, particularly in fine dining but there are a few precincts you should head to where you can find some good, reasonably priced food. The famed Bondi Beach is one of them. Try Sean's Panaroma but explore Campbell Par... See More
I agree with a lot that Alex has already written. I quite like going to Singapore late November, early December. It feels a little milder and the Christmas lights can be spectacular, particularly around Orchard Road.There's a lot of groovy places to ... See More
There's some sensational dining in London. A few of my faves: Dinner by Heston at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Knightsbridge. The Ledbury in Notting Hill - inventive and great quality food. The River Café in Hammersmith. Some of the places I've hea... See More
That's not a lot of time. If you take the airtrain, you can get from JFK to Penn Station in about 40, 45 minutes.You don't have time for queues. I'd be grabbing some takeaway and heading for Central Park to find a sunny spot. A great value snack I al... See More
I stayed at CitizenM London and I thought it was terrific. For the location, it's very quiet and the sleep quality is excellent. I upgraded to include breakfast which was pretty good. The rooms are quite small, so you need to be organised. We were th... See More
3 days isn't very long for an 'adventure' style visit to Sydney. There are, however, a couple of must dos - sign up to climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge - if you're fine with heights, this will be a great experience. I'd recommend a side trip to the Bl... See More
You can pretty much drive to Thredbo all year round. If you're not in a four wheel drive vehicle you need to carry snow chains and fit them if directed.It's around 5.5 hours' drive from Sydney and the conditions can be a bit miserable in winter, so y... See More
I'm not sure how you're planning to fly over here but, if you want to visit New Zealand it would make sense to make a stopover in Auckland, either on the way over or way back.Queenstown is spectacular but you'd need to take a connecting flight from A... See More