Travel Agenda: Legoland Hotel; Fifteen Cornwall Autumn Farmer's Market; Eden Project's Harvest Festival; Crazy About Kenya; Hay on Wye Walking Festival; Santa Monica's Shore Hotel
Saturday 01 October 2011
Today: The first 150 people to arrive in their pyjamas at Legoland Windsor will be given a free night's stay at the Legoland Hotel, which is opening at the resort next March (
legoland.co.uk). In Cornwall, the Fifteen Cornwall Autumn Farmer's Market is in Watergate Bay (
fifteencornwall.co.uk/farmersmarkets.htm); and a nine-day Harvest Festival starts at the Eden Project (
This week: Crazy About Kenya – a project run with tour operator Acacia Africa to showcase the nation's art and music abroad – is coming to London with an exhibition of artist Shake Makelele's work at the gallery@oxo from 6-23 October ( coinstreet.org). On Friday, the Hay on Wye launches a Walking Festival. The three-day event takes in stargazing in the Brecon Beacons, geology walks and talks from Arctic explorers ( haywalkingfestival.co.uk).
In the diary: Santa Monica gets a hip new destination in the shape of the Shore Hotel. Bright and breezily-styled rooms, many of which overlook the Pacific, are available from mid-October ( shorehotel.com).
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