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4.833335
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The Canal du Midi meanders gently through Languedoc, picking up and dropping off boat passengers en route. For landlubbers, equally gentle options lie beyond: the wines and slow inclines of Minervois... read more »
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5
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Destination: New York City
Trip type: Cultural, Eco
If you're feeling exhaustion in New York - perhaps the world's busiest city - head for Central Park. There's so much to see and doing it justice will take far longer than you might think... read more »
#3/6
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Sherborne
The ancient abbey town of Sherborne in North Dorset offers the visitor a delightful centre, either from which to explore a relatively unvisited part of the West Country or in which just to slow down... read more »
#4/6
Rating:
3.666665
(5 comments)
Perched high on a massive volcanic rock, Umbria's Orvieto is a fine mediaeval city with enormous charm. It may be best known for its brilliant wines but many delights await the enterprising traveller... read more »
#5/6
Rating:
3
(3 comments)
Kangaroo Island is the Australia that many foreigners think the rest of the country is like - you really can see a kangaroo hopping down the main road, as well as stunning beaches and a unique coast... read more »
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0
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It has a fascinating military past, the world’s only signed Caravaggio painting, great weather, food and wine, they drive on the left and everyone speaks English – it’s time to think again about Malta... read more »
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