London’s Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens for guided tours for the first time. Photo: Handout London’s Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens for guided tours for the first time. Photo: Handout
London’s Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens for guided tours for the first time. Photo: Handout

Bubble yoga, drive-in raves and tables for one: the creative ways hospitality venues have been embracing social distancing

  • As the world adjusts to a new normal, hotels, restaurants, concert venues and tourist attractions have been forced to change the ways they to operate
  • The novel approaches to keeping patrons safely separated have included greenhouses, panda toys and even hats made from pool noodles

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
London’s Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens for guided tours for the first time. Photo: Handout London’s Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens for guided tours for the first time. Photo: Handout
London’s Buckingham Palace is opening its gardens for guided tours for the first time. Photo: Handout
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