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Add-ons For Your Holiday

Your holiday booking process doesn’t end when you’ve got your flight, accommodation, and transfer sorted. There are plenty of extras you can add onto your travel plans, all designed to make your break go without a hitch, and help make the travel part as enjoyable as the rest, or as much as it can be anyway. Let’s look at a
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Bermuda’s beaches are just part of the action

Bermuda is another world. Nestling just 700 miles off the coast of America, it’s not quite Caribbean but it really is totally tropical. Crystal clear turquoise waves lap gently along the legendary pink sandy beaches that encircle this 21-mile-long island. Palm trees stretch up into sapphire blue skies as acrobatic Bermuda Longtails swoop through the wispy clouds.    by  kansasphoto  There’s
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Money in your pocket

Cutting holiday costs is the aim of the game if you’re wanting to see more of the world, and whilst you might think this is all down to finding a cheap deal, you’ll be surprised to learn that there are plenty of small ways to save money, which add up to big savings. Take how you get to the airport
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5 must-visit places for pet lovers in West Hampstead

If you own a pet, there are constant supplies and services you’ll need to be able to access within your local area – everything from veterinary clinics to grooming parlours. If you live within the West Hampstead area, there is a number of high quality, local pet services available and below you’ll discover the top five places to check out.
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5 most underrated travel destinations

Regardless of your travel status, most will have heard of iconic places such as Times Square, The Eiffel Tower, the Leaning Tower of Pizza and Table Mountain – and probably more than once! Whilst nobody can deny their allure, it’s places such as these that keep us away from the world’s many hidden gems. From beautiful, culturally rich cities to
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England’s off-beat charms

The great thing about travelling light is that you can get to see beyond the routine attractions of sea, sun, shopping and self-indulgence. If it’s just you setting the agenda you can take your time to really get a feel of the character and the culture of different destinations. Experiencing first-hand how people around the world live such different lives
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6 unusual things to see on your next trip

The world is a vast, varied place, and if you’re a seasoned traveller then you’ve probably seen most of its major landmarks – the Eiffel Tower, Macchu Picchu, the Tower of London, the Golden Gate Bridge and so on are all old hat as far as you’re concerned. Here, then, are six things to see in countries from Italy to
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Don’t Call Them Yanks: Proper Etiquette for Brits Visiting the States

  Everyone’s got their own culture. In the UK, you have tea time. In the U.S. there’s Sunday night football. It might be a bastardised version of real football, but when in Rome, you do as the Romans do. If subtlety isn’t your strong suit, it’s really easy to offend Americans. So, here’s some etiquette to keep in mind when
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Camping Cooking Ideas for Vegetarians

Camping is always a great way of reconnecting with nature and spending some quality time with friends and family. And since we all live in an age where we simply need to take some time off when it comes to the buzz of the city, camping is always more of a therapy than some people out there may be tempted
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Know Europe? Think again…

So you’ve taken a walk down La Rambla. You’ve climbed the Eiffel Tower. You’ve had a pint of Guinness in Dublin’s fair city. What’s there left to do? You’re a Europe expert! Well, not quite. Aside from the traditional tourist attractions, the continent has so much to offer. You only have to look at the Europa Casino Geoguesser web app
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