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#21/39
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A little known fact about London is that, sometimes, you can find a little village nestled in a very big city. Bermondsey Street is London's next village high street. ... read more »
#22/39
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3.5
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Destination: Winchester
Winchester is famous for being the former capital of the UK and the setting for Keats' 'To Autumn'. Now the city provides the perfect setting for break away from it all... read more »
#23/39
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3
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Destination: Croyde
Trip type: Activity, Beach
South-west England is awash with places claiming to be surf heaven. Croyde Bay in North Devon is the genuine article, with a perfect beach, great waves, sheltering dunes – and a quiet village... read more »
#24/39
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3
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Lazing on a sunny afternoon...taking a trip down the tow-paths of the Shropshire Union canal.... read more »
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3
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Destination: Belfast
Trip type: Short Break
Bogus Irish pubs, with their plastic shamrocks and green bow ties, have threatened world domination in the past 15 years - but not in Belfast, where you can enjoy the real thing... read more »
#26/39
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3
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Ireland’s second largest city, Belfast has a big heart, embracing one and all. You'll find it very hard to let go...... read more »
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3
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Destination: Conwy
North Wales may not feature very prominently when it comes to the world’s most famous gourmet destinations, but the little town of Conwy is a real treat for food-lovers everywhere... read more »
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3
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Destination: Leeds
Once famous for its wool and textiles, Leeds is now a cosmopolitan and vibrant city ideal for a short break. The city is home to excellent shopping, culture, food and nightlife ... read more »
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3
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Destination: Brighton
Chirpy seafront bars, homely real ale pubs, swish cocktail joints staffed by supercool mixologists – whatever floats your boat, you’ll probably find it in this most convivial of cities.... read more »
#30/39
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3
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There's more to Turnberry than just golf. You can go walking, cycling, horse riding, malt whisky tasting, salmon fishing, sailing and castle bagging. Thats just for starters. ... read more »
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Destination: Exeter
Trip type: Short Break
With the west’s best shopping, food and nightlife, plus great countryside, beaches and activities right on the doorstep, Devon's county town of Exeter makes a perfect city break destination... read more »
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Tolkien is said to have modelled Middle-earth on Lancashire's Ribble Valley and the Queen has suggested that if she were to ever hang up her crown and retire, she would see her days out here... read more »
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Famous for its wonderful walking, the Peak District also has plenty of other attractions, from ancient stone circles to spectacular caverns and seriously indulgent puddings... read more »
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Destination: Gibraltar
Every year, the people of Gibraltar dress in red and white and take to the streets to celebrate National Day (September 10) with rallies, parties, music, fireworks and 30,000 balloons... read more »
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Hiring a narrow boat for a trip along Britain's canals is a lovely, leisurely way to holiday, and the Shropshire Union Canal is one of the best to go for - as long as you're not too superstitious...... read more »
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Destination: Chester
The city of Chester is rich in history, heritage... and bars. Take a pub crawl around the city walls and a slow meander along the river, with my guide to the best watering holes in town... read more »
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Destination: Dublin
Do you like drinking, dancing or drama? Whatever your mood, follow this guide to discover the best Dublin has to offer... read more »
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Destination: Dublin
Traditional music is the rhythm of Dublin's streets and pubs, and this is complemented by a thriving festival scene... read more »
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Destination: York
What better way to spend a weekend than walking round the historic city of York, soaking up the atmosphere, getting lost in the maze of Snickleways and resting up in the great pubs.... read more »
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