Classic European road trip ideas this summer 

All great road trips will have some things in common. You’re in a car for six to eight hours – the scenery has to be stunning. The drive itself must engage and transfix the driver, and along the way there must be clean and comfortable accommodation suiting your budget. Uninterrupted Wi-Fi will keep the kids happy. Are you planning a road trip with friends or family this summer? Here are some obvious and some less obvious options...

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My favourite travel photos

Lets face it a big reason why we all travel is to seek out the beautiful sights all over the world. Its why we all travel with our trusty cameras and we all love to bore people senseless with our thousands of holiday snaps. But amongst the many photos we take there are always some absolute gems that are well worth sharing with the world or indeed getting printed on to beautiful canvas frames and adorning your home with. The guys at...

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Amazing facts about the USA

We love the United States of America. It’s big, its bold and its a beautiful country too! As you’ll know doubt be surprised there are some amazingly big facts and figures too. We found this fantastic infographic which is filled with interesting nuggets you can take away and impress your friends with! Like did you know that over 10 acres of pizza are served in America every day! Or the slightly more useful fact that over 35...

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USA National Park Road Trip itinerary

Lets face it if you love travel then somewhere in your bucket-list is “Road trip in the United States of America”. While the exact itinerary may be different for everyone I’m pretty sure its on everyone’s wish-list. The great open roads of America, the ease of car-hire and the glamour of a top-down convertible cadillac is definitely one of my dream vacations. Of course there are plenty of routes to choose from...

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What to Wear: Cruise Line Dress Code Confusion Cleared

By Michael Wilson Not many things induce a sense of angst more in a social situation, than not knowing the correct attire to wear for the occasion you are attending. Heading off for a cruise holiday is going to fill you with a sense of anticipation about the exciting adventure that lies ahead of you, but before you can pack with confidence, you really need to know whether you are going to need formal or casual attire. Cruise casual In...

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Top Things to do in Rome

Rome is a city that is steeped in history, packed with culture and home to some of the world’s most fascinating sights. Millions of people flock here every year from other destinations around the world in order to take in the sights, soak up the atmosphere, and take a step back in time as they explore the variety of historical places of interest that the Italian capital has become known for. With so many sites to see, anyone visiting...

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Old Time Wyoming: How Jackson Hole Got Its Name

By Nicole T. Wise Many know Jackson Hole, Wyoming as a premier ski destination in addition to a great place to vacation and enjoy the outdoors.  However, less know about the area’s history, like how it got its name, which was originally “Jackson’s Hole.” Before 1800 As all of North America, Native Americans roamed the area that is now Wyoming, hunting buffalo and other large game.  The first European explorers came to collect beaver...

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All Season Sports: Mont Tremblant for Every Kind of Fisherman

By Denise Washington Mont Tremblant offers shopping, world-class skiing, and summer/winter activities for people of all ages and ability levels.  Those who love the water and the sport of fishing come to BC because of the array of possibilities. In addition to fish found in all seasons, Mont Tremblant offers sport for all kinds of fishermen. Guide Fishing Whether you’ve been fishing for years or new to the sport, there’s always more...

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What to Do in Whistler When the Snow Melts

By Daniel D. Hale If you are looking for some fun in the snow, Whistler is one of those destinations that immediately springs to mind, but these ancient volcanic peaks offers plenty of other family-oriented leisure opportunities throughout the year. Path to adventure When you see what adventures are available in the area, Whistler Blackcomb has your summer adventures pretty much covered from top to bottom. One of those adventures...

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3 super escapes from the British summer

The summer is here! Kind of… Indeed, the Great British Summer has about as much sun as monsoon season. In between brief glimpses of UV rays, you’ll endure rain, heavy wind and dour clouds. If only you could pack your bags and jet off for the summer. Well, that’s exactly what we’ve done. Using Gatwick airport as our base of operations, we’ve parked our car at the Gatwick meet and greet, booked our tickets and flown to a few sun-kissed...

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