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3 Best Places To Celebrate New Year’s Eve

Spending New Year’s eve in a new city is always a bit exciting, as they celebrate in such different ways around the world – some more beautiful and romantic, others more crazy and even dangerous. Some people don’t like New Year’s eve because of all the expectations that the night usually doesn’t live up to. […]

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Kauai's 5 Must See Tourist Attractions

Kauai’s 5 Must See Tourist Attractions

Kauai, also known as the Garden Isle, is the fourth largest of the Hawaiian Islands. At only 25 miles wide and 33 miles long, it may seem like there couldn’t be much to explore. But that’s really the secret surprise awaiting anyone exploring Hawaii. Whereas the Waikiki tourist is happy to be stay close to the […]

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Things To Do In Winter Besides Skiing

Things To Do In Winter Besides Skiing

Unless you have escaped the cold and gone to a warm country, chances are that you will have a couple of cold, snowy months ahead from now on. But cold months and snow is only what you make of it – you can go and hibernate in front of the TV for the next couple of months, or […]

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Christmas Markets To Visit In Berlin

Best Christmas Markets To Visit In Berlin

Our trip to Berlin was in part sponsored by the VisitBerlin tourism board. Berlin has over 50 different Christmas markets spread around the city, and just like the city itself, there are different markets for different tastes – and you can always find something for everyone. Visiting a Christmas market in Berlin is the perfect way to get your […]

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Vilnius Lithuania It’s All About Getting Married

Vilnius Lithuania – It’s All About Getting Married! We had never seen so many churches in such a small place, you couldn’t walk 50 meters on the street without seeing a church. But despite having well over 65 churches to choose from, all the people seemed to gather at one specific church – the smallest one inside […]

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Why Spend Christmas In Wales?

Why Spend Christmas In Wales?

If you’re thinking about spending Christmas week somewhere exciting and beautiful or you’re looking for a short break away before Christmas, then Wales could be a great option for you. We’ve highlighted just some of the interesting traditions, events and plus points of taking a Christmas cottage holiday in Wales. Why Spend Christmas In Wales Beautiful […]

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Exploring UK’s Top Christmas Markets

Throughout the month of December Christmas markets spring up all over the UK, and are the perfect substitute to a romantic European holiday if you don’t have the time or the cash to head over to the continent. Lasting anywhere from a few days to 6 weeks these magical markets are a great place to find […]

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Celebrating Christmas Around The World

Christmas is often seen as a “family holiday”, but these days more and more people choose to spend Christmas abroad. Some want to get away from the boring weather, others from their extended family members – and a few simply because they want to see what Christmas is like in other places. We’ve celebrated Christmas in countries […]

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Riga Latvia Capital City in the Baltics

If you ever visit Riga, don’t miss out on trying this so called “bread drink” made from fermented black bread called Kvass! When it comes to food, Riga topped all the other Baltic countries in quality – it was cheap, there was an abundance, and it was really good. But when it comes to attractions and beauty, […]

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Riga Latvia Taste Of The Baltic

Riga Latvia – A Taste Of The Baltics!

Traveling around the Baltics I found a new part of Europe that fascinated me – I was amazed how I could be brought up in a neighboring country like Sweden, and yet never give these countries a thought, and I know I wasn’t the only one – in fact I knew nobody who had actually […]

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