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5 Ideas for an Indulgent Family Escape

Turkey Travel to Turkey and stay at a luxury cave in Cappadocia. The caves, carved out soft volcanic rock, all come with a stunning panoramic view. The kids will love sleeping in a cave and the adults will love that the caves come with many modern amenities. Spend your days touring the area including wineries […]

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Have you been to The English Riviera?

Travelling is fun. For me the main question usually is – where should I go? Should I go to places I’ve already seen and know are good, or should I opt for something totally new (and sometimes, terrifying, as new often is)? Lately I’ve mainly gone to the old places I already know, because the […]

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A Day Trip to York UK

Planning a trip to York? Here are 5 things to do on your day trip. York is one of the most historical political cities in all of England. The city was founded in 71 AD and has seen such figures as Constantine, King Edwin, Oswald, Charlemagne, Archbishop Thomas, and King James I. Yet, the town […]

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Fall Festivals and Events In London To Plan A Holiday Around

While summer has now concluded, the refreshing breezes of fall will soon sweep London. This will usher in a new season of excitement, possibility and beauty as the leaves change, students return to college campuses, and an attitude of ambition replaces the easy-going complacency of the warmest months of the year. It is a brilliant […]

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3 Incredible Dartmouth Boat Trips To Savour

Few towns in the world can boast the same combination of stunning scenery, clear seas and nautical heritage as Dartmouth. No holiday in Dartmouth would be complete without enjoying a boat trip. Taking to the water lets you experience the town from a different perspective and as you venture up the estuary or out to […]

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Beat the Early Bird!

Have you noticed that flights these days are becoming increasingly earlier in the day? This is not good for us who aren’t the most sociable first thing! Coffee always helps, but if you have to catch the night bus to get you to the airport in time for check in, you’re not going to be […]

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A Shopper’s Guide to London

A capital city that’s home to more than 8 million people, London is big and bustling enough to fit in just about every kind of shopping experience you can imagine. From flea markets to exquisitely chic designer boutiques, whatever you love to shop for you’ll find it here. Every major fashion house on the planet […]

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London’s Hidden Gems

If you’re only travelling to London for a short period of time, it’s natural to want to see all the most famous sites and attractions – The London Eye, Houses of Parliament and Wembley Stadium are all icons of British culture, after all. However, if this isn’t your first trip to London, or if you […]

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Sights to See in the United Kingdom

When people think about the United Kingdom, they tend to focus a lot on sights that are typically associated with the Greater London area … Big Ben, the Tower Bridge and the Shakespeare Theatre are things that typically spring to mind. Outside of the big city though, there is much to see throughout its vast […]

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Experience London’s Nightlife

London is one of the largest and most famous cities in the world. It is a vibrant and truly multicultural place that never sleeps and it’s renowned as an international capital of music, culture and fashion. Is it any wonder then, that London has some of the best nightlife that you will find anywhere in […]

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