Travel Agenda: The James hotel in New York; Devon Open Studios; Mistura; Iceland Express
Saturday 04 September 2010
The doors at The James hotel in New York are open. The stylish, homely hotel is in the heart of Soho and features an urban garden and rooftop pool ( jameshotels.com).
Enjoy an inside view of the West Country: the Devon Open Studios even continues until 19 September and invites visitors to enjoy the work of artists around the county inside their homes and studios ( devonartistnetwork.co.uk). And in Peru, the international Latin American gastronomic fair Mistura is in the capital from Tuesday to Sunday, with demonstrations, talks, music and more ( mistura.pe).
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