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5
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Destination: Isle of Mull
All at sea on the west coast of Scotland...what a wonderful place to be. The short break teeming with wildlife, walking, great food, equally great company and the best bit of all - relaxation... read more »
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5
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Destination: Southampton
Trip type: Cruise
From quoits to bungee jumping, P&O's newest superliner, Ventura, offers a taste of Britain Noughties style, as it takes in the hotspots of the Mediterranean... read more »
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5
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Edinburgh is full of great restaurants to suit all budgets. Scottish food is world class and the restaurants highlighted here all have one thing in common - they are fabulous!... read more »
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4.666665
(3 comments)
Destination: London, Amsterdam
Trip type: Business
Airport hotels are often featureless and costly. But if you know where to look, you can find style and luxury without having to break the bank! Here are some suggestions for London and Amsterdam... read more »
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4.75
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Forewarned is forearmed if you want to realise the dream of a stress-free holiday on the UK’s canals. Some of your most important decisions will be agreeing where to go and who to go with... read more »
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4.5
(9 comments)
Destination: Manchester
Manchester more than lives up to the 'hedonistic party town' hype, but the city also has much to offer in the daytime. Read this guide to learn more about Manchester's lesser-known sober side...... read more »
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5
(2 comments)
Russia’s northern lakes are beautiful, serene and easily reached from St Petersburg. So why do so few foreigners take this magical trip?... read more »
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Rating:
5
(1 comment)
Destination: Paris
Why build a hotel when you can convert one from a bakery, tennis court or brewery? In Paris, the new Banke Hotel (think mahogany cash desks) is only the latest example of accommodation with a history... read more »
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5
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Stretch those sea legs and say so long to stress, with a cruise around the riverside hostelries of East Anglia ... read more »
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5
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As simple pleasures go, eating heaps of the freshest oysters and mussels takes some beating. Add a few glasses of chilled cava and a view of the Med for a perfect day on Spain’s east-coast Ebro Delta... read more »
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Rating:
4.25
(8 comments)
Destination: Bratislava
Bratislava is a charming city and has enough attractions to keep a visitor busy for a couple of days. Visit the place before mass tourism invades the city and destroys its quaint medieval charm... read more »
#12/38
Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Destination: Paris
In summer, every Paris restaurant sprouts an outdoor table or two – but some have turned al fresco eating into an art. For a spot of people-watching in gardens and on terraces, here are my top five... read more »
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4
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When you're spending hours in hotel rooms and conferences, how do you make the most of Barcelona? Follow my tips on where to stay, eat, shop and stroll if you're time-poor in the vibrant Catalan city... read more »
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Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Trip type: Cruise
Taking a canal boat from Glasgow to Edinburgh drifts you back through the centuries and reveals an altogether different perspective of central Scotland... read more »
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Rating:
4
(1 comment)
Writing a travel blog or needing to keep in touch whilst on the move? Check out this guide to where's hot for wifi... read more »
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4
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Destination: Brussels
As well as being the headquarters of the European Commission, Brussels has plenty more to offer as the destination for an exciting business trip... read more »
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Rating:
4
(3 comments)
Destination: Cannes, Monaco
Trip type: Activity, Cruise, Cultural
If Formula One is your passion and the Monaco Grand Prix your Mecca, there can be no more amenable way to experience this iconic event in the race calendar than on the MS Wind Surf... read more »
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4
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The canals that link Gothenburg and Stockholm, the North Sea and the Baltic, come alive when turn-of-the-century boats cruise along them, in a river trip unlike any other in Europe... read more »
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Rating:
4
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Cruising is the fastest growing travel sector, but if you fancy watching the world float by without the prospect of long-haul travel or days at sea a European river cruise is a great alternative... read more »
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Rating:
4
(2 comments)
For lovers of classical history, a cruise along the North African coast is an ideal way to explore the Greco-Roman sites of Libya, from Leptis Magna and Sabratha to Ptolemais and Cyrene... read more »
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