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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Turning up at a smart destination restaurant with a large suitcase is always going to be awkward. What’s more awkward is not being able to find the front door. I’m not sure who was more surprised, us or the kitchen porters, when we marched, suitcase in tow, through the kitchen door of Central, currently the hottest restaurant in Lima, Peru. Central is so discreet it doesn’t even bother with a sign. But its dishes are the opposite, with plate after plate dazzling its mixed clientele of tourists and wealthy Lima residents. There’s no such problem finding the new London outpost – its sign is clearly visible. And considering the near-impossibility of transposing chef Virgilio Martinez’s uniquely Peruvian style of cooking more than 6,000 miles, they’ve done a pretty good job. This is Martinez’s second London restaurant, following on from the success of Lima in Rathbone Place, an elaborate affair that has already bagged him a Michelin star. Lima Floral, on Covent Garden’s Floral Street, is not a copy but an extension of this gambit, and showcases more Peruvian classics. This time there’s a little less fuss, a more reasonable price tag, and a bar in the basement serving pisco cocktails. Interesting textures and depth of flavour, rather than the high-tech wizardry of Central or Lima, take centre stage here. Sea bream ceviche comes as a sublime starter, teamed with mounds of guacamole-like avocado uchucuta (salsa), speared with dried onion slices and sprinkled with toasted corn. Sea b
Venue says: “Weekday lunch special – two plates for £14 and three plates for £21.”