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Stuck At Heathrow Airport

Fun Things to Do When Stuck At Heathrow Airport

A long airport layover can be a pain no matter the country, the airport or how prepared you are. Of course some airports are better than others when it comes to finding ways to entertain yourself for 8 hours, 12 or more. Heathrow Airport is just a few miles away from Central London, it’s location, […]

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Top Caravaning Destinations in Southern UK

Top Caravaning Destinations in Southern UK

For those who thought they knew the best travel sights in England, there’s more for caravan holiday travelers than meets the eye! Caravaning and family holiday parks in South Devon have been popular for decades. Today, budget-conscious families continue to find caravaning to be a better way to control holiday expenses. Caravan rentals are available in family […]

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Top Five Scenic Cycle Routes in England

Top Five Scenic Cycle Routes in England

England is a fantastic country to see by bike due to its varied and mostly flat terrain, lush countryside, and the preponderance of pubs and cafes along the paths. From lazy family outings to serious ascents, England’s cycle paths have something to offer everyone. Here are five scenic bike routes where you can experience the beauty of […]

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Cape Cornwall England

3 Great Reasons to Visit Cape Cornwall England

Even if Cape Cornwall England didn’t have the distinction of being England’s only cape, its rugged landscape and roaring surf would still endear it to visitors. It feels more like Land’s End than Land’s End itself,” is a common refrain here.  The view from Porthledden explains why: The blue Atlantic, as far as the eye […]

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5 Quirky Places in the UK

Some of my favorite places and attractions I remember from my travels are not the most famous ones that are high on every “must-visit” list online, but the small and quirky places that most guides don’t even bother to mention. While many travelers only pay attention to the most famous attractions, there are many quirky attractions […]

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5 Scenic Drives in the UK

5 Scenic Drives in the UK

It’s no secret that the UK has some of the most beautiful landscape, and together with its long history and charming culture it’s an amazing  country to explore. The best way to make the most of your time is to explore the country by car, as you simply can’t reach and experience many of the best […]

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Explore Historic Cornwall – 5 Places to Visit

Explore Historic Cornwall – 5 Places to Visit

Cornwall is steeped in history. There’s a wide selection of popular attractions that showcase the county’s ancient history, spanning across the ages. A lot of Cornish heritage locations are family friendly, and some are dog friendly too; making Cornwall’s history open to all! Cornish Stone Circles. Cornwall is an archaeologist’s haven! Many of the historic sites […]

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Fantastic Food Festivals In The UK - 2013

Fantastic Food Festivals In The UK – 2013

The summer brings with it many delights – the chance to shed a few cumbersome layers of clothing, time to be outdoors, the opportunity to catch up with friends who live just that bit too far away to visit in the blustery depths of winter and of course, food festivals! If you’re anything like us, the […]

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5 Reasons to Holiday In Dartmouth, UK

5 Reasons to Holiday In Dartmouth, UK

Does summer still seem like it’s ages away? Are you desperate for some relaxation or a much needed holiday or long weekend? Why not consider taking a break in a holiday cottage in Dartmouth? This charming, maritime town boasts an array of award-winning restaurants, quaint cafes, art galleries and eclectic boutiques. Take a wander along the town’s […]

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Your Guide To Edinburgh Fringe Festival

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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