To celebrate the release of 'The Place Beyond The Pines', a new thriller starring Ryan Gosling from the director of 'Blue Valentine', the UK glamping company JollyDays is giving away a three-night luxury camping weekend for you and 11 of your friends.
The film sees Gosling as a stunt motorcyclist turned bank robber on the run from the police (Bradley Cooper), and hits cinemas on April 12 2013. You could win a trip to your own place beyond the pines, camping in two deluxe tents situated at the crux of The Howardian Hills and The Wolds, close to the city of York. The tents are furnished with four-poster beds, roll top baths and wood burners, so you and your friends can escape in comfort.
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Like sangria and dicking about with bulls, paella is generally best kept within the borders of Spain. When it’s properly done, shallow-cooked in enormous pans and served with a Mediterranean view, it’s one of the great joys of Iberian cooking. But even London’s best Spanish restaurants often don’t do justice to this Valencian classic. Otherwise decent spots trip up when it comes to packing that ultra-short-grain rice with flavour and moisture. So it takes big cojones to try and tweak the process for office workers on a 15-minute lunch dash. A gang of enterprising Valencians have taken on that task, and at Oh’Lola they’ve somehow served up some of the best paella I’ve tasted outside Spain – and it comes in a cardboard box. ¡Anda! The place they’ve picked is Hatton Garden, better known for jewels than jamón, but only a minute or two from the delicacies of Leather Lane Market. Step in through the big french windows and you can watch Team Lola simmering up three kinds of paella in a semi-open kitchen behind a glass screen. Veggie and chicken options are available, but the seafood special is the most eye-catching thing in the room, coming laden with mariscos: a fat prawn, a mega mussel, squid rings, shrimp, octopus and meaty swordfish. And the rice: ¡qué rico! A big sock of flavour – sticky, juicy, rich, salty and fishy, with just the right metallic tang of saffron – it was so authentically Spanish that it felt odd stepping back out into the British summer drizzle. Prices are dec
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