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New York USA – A Dream for Shoppers

There are few more exciting places to shop than this Cornucopia-on-the-Hudson in New York, with its boutiques, department stores, and discount outlets all jostling for a piece of the sales action. When the city’s wealthy began migrating from Lower Manhattan to the north, New York stores followed suit. From the 1860s to around 1920, shopping [...]

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A Guide to 4 of London’s Most Haunted Destinations

If you have an interest in the paranormal and love nothing more than going in search of otherworldly encounters, London is the perfect place to indulge your penchant. Aside from the spooky settings of the Tower of London and the dungeons, there are many more reputedly haunted destinations off the beaten track. Keep reading for [...]

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Quebec, Canada – A Mini Guide

Quebec is steeped in the history of early French civilization. This province takes great pride in their love for the arts and winter recreational sports. Thousands of visitors from all over the world come to the many areas of Quebec each year to enjoy its crisp clean air, fantastic views and its wonderful variety of attractions. [...]

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Enjoying Monaco on a Budget – GUIDE

At first glance, Monaco and budget are two things that just don’t seem to go together in the same sentence – but believe it or not, it IS possible - and we’ll show you how to make the most of this beautiful tiny country while still on a budget… Get In Whether it’s a trip planned [...]

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A Quick Guide To Normandy, France

Spanning 674, 843 km², France is one of the largest countries in Europe, divided into 26 different regions. Each one of these regions are unique and offer something unique and distinctive to that area. This diversity is what makes France such a great destination to travel to. One of the most popular areas is Normandy, [...]

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A Guide To The Mombasa Coast, Kenya

The Kenyan coast has been influenced by a large number of different cultures throughout history, mainly due to the fact that Mombasa has been a bustling port since the 12th century. For 800 years Arabs, Swahilis, Portuguese, Omanis and British have all been passing through leaving pieces of their traditions and cultures behind. This unique [...]

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A Guide to Boston’s Out of the Box Festival

Guest Post by Caroline Ferrel: When it comes to US destinations that are rich in culture, I think it’s pretty hard to beat Boston – the city has so many cultural things to offer, from historic buildings and the fascinating Freedom Trail to iconic breweries and great galleries. This year, the city will be further [...]

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Your Guide To Edinburgh Fringe Festival

The 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe takes place between August 2nd and August 26th and there’s already a packed programme of shows, plays and other events that can be viewed and booked on the festival’s official site. What Is It? The Edinburgh Festival Fringe is the largest arts festival in the world and takes place every [...]

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13 Popular Things To Do In Prague (Travel Guide)

Prague is a lovely city full of history, architecture and that grittiness that can only be described as charming – it’s perfect for a weekend getaway at any time of the year, and there is a lot to see and do. Here are 13 of our top picks of things to do in Prague … [...]

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A Quick Travel Guide To California

Guest Post by Lauren Kennedy: Looking at California on a map doesn’t really do it justice – it’s difficult to get an idea just how vast and diverse the state is. Visitors to California come from across the world for a chance to cruise down the Big Sur coastline, stroll the San Francisco waterfront or [...]

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