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Cley next the Sea

24 hours in Blakeney, North Norfolk

by cathos

Destination: Blakeney

With its quaint fishing villages, huge skies, empty beaches and great pubs, North Norfolk is the perfect place to chill

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48 hours in Cardiff

Destination: Cardiff

Whether it’s down to Charlotte and Gavin or Gavin and Stacey, Wales has a new-found status as a must-do destination. Time to spend a weekend in Cardiff, its cool capital city...

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View from Mount Snowdon

A foodie guide to Conwy

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

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Canal cutting

A walk along the Shropshire Union canal

Destination: Staffordshire

Lazing on a sunny afternoon...taking a trip down the tow-paths of the Shropshire Union canal.

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In the funky working-class neighbourhood of Zizkov, U Sadu is the place to share a Gambrinus with the locals - open 8am-4am!

Raise a glass to Prague's anti-stag pub crawl

by robbutt

Destination: Prague

Want to savour Prague's finest beers without bumping into stag parties and tourist traps? Simply follow this short and scenic route and you'll be shouting "Na zdraví!" with the locals in no time

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Surfers at Croyde Bay

Croyde Bay, Devon: a true surfer's paradise

Destination: Croyde

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

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Banksy? The Highbury Vaults

A guide to Bristol's best pubs and bars

Destination: Bristol

Whether you're into cider, real ale, gourmet pies, Banksy or even Noel Edmonds, my pick of Bristol’s most interesting and hip hostelries should keep you entertained and well oiled

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Leeds Town Hall

How to spend a weekend in Leeds

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

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The Pillars of Hercules

London: a cultural pub crawl of Soho

Destination: London

Follow me as I walk in the footsteps of London's cultural and political elite for a stagger around Soho's legendary drinking shops and a visit to a history-making restaurant

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View from Oram's Arbour in the snow

Winchester: a walking tour

by LRevans

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

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