Great Britain and travel are the two top stories in the April issue. In the pages of this issue readers will learn why the Parliament of Great Britain regulates the production of tweed, what items receive the royal seal, how Britain makes the best ties, suitcases and cashmere fabrics and table etiquette for those dining in Her Majesty’s presence.
The second main theme of the April issue is travel. Robb Report editors and writers often return to this subject in the belief that there are many worth travel destinations. This time, simply by chance, the travel section chose to cover locations that are all former British possessions: a new Emirates company resort in English-speaking Australia, the Baghvan Lodge in India with the most unusual neighbor – a Bengal tiger, the new Kempinski Hotel in Jordan and the World Cup in South Africa.