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Are you travelling or camping in Australia’s Outback for the first time? If you answer yes, we’ve listed a handful of tips here that can help in planning the journey of a lifetime. We also hope to set your expectations before setting off on this adventure. So, we’ve divided this article into three sections: How
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La belle France is as much about where you stay as what you eat and do. Hotels in this ravishingly varied land of hilltop villages, alpine peaks, cosmopolitan cities and vineyard-stitched countryside are hopelessly enchanting – and never more so than in summer when that chic lifestyle which the French do so enviably well moves
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An insider’s guide to the top places to stay in Bath city centre, including the best for Georgian architecture, pampering spas and brilliant breakfasts, in locations near to the Royal Crescent, Victoria Park and the Thermae Bath Spa. The Royal Crescent Hotel & Spa Bath, Somerset, England 9 Telegraph expert rating This luxury hotel spreads over
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Some of our best memories of family life, whether as parents or remembering being a child, are times of laughter. I was lucky to have been brought up in a family that treasured hilarity. My parents and brother had a knack for turning everyday events, or the things people said, into anecdotes and retellings that
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What began as a 4-week TEFL Certification turned into a 15-month love affair with the Czech Republic. I had the good fortune of visiting Prague, the city of Spires and ‘the heart of Europe’, according to many. Three things made me stay longer than I had originally planned: getting a reputable teaching gig, making great
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Being a beer aficionado is basically the Czech national sport—they take their hops, brews, and foam very seriously. But the best way to take this seriously awesome tradition as chill as possible is to rub elbows with the locals and go out for a drink at a beer garden. Found all over the city, from
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Maybe you’re the kind of tourist who finds no inspiration in popular, crowded attractions and likes to explore the hidden, unspoiled beauty of Canada. Or maybe you’ve already been to the main destinations and want to see what else this country has to offer. No matter what drives your inner adventurer, these are the 10
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Are you planning to visit Toronto soon? Here are five suggestions of fun things to see and do. Visit The Bata Shoe Museum Anyone who loves shoes will be like a kid opening multiple gifts at Christmas when viewing this more than 13,000-strong collection. Picture yourself giddy and unsure where to focus first and dying
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Red Bull is the worlds oldest and leading energy drink. The small can that offers to “give you wings” has been fueling dare devils on its way to becoming the worlds largest sponsor of extreme sports. Motocross, snowboarding, freestyle skiing, rally racing to bobsledding…. Red Bull has proved it supports those athletes it aims for
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Sylt is a popular North Sea island for the rich and famous! What is so special about it? It starts with getting there. It’s called an island, though there is a connection with a dam to the mainland. This dam would be easily big enough to drive on it, but no, the only way to
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Lying south west of Spain in the Atlantic Ocean, the archipelago is made up of seven main islands: take a bow Tenerife, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, La Palma, La Gomera and El Hierro. Those most frequently included on cruise itineraries are Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote. Most visitors are lured to the Canaries by the
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You’d be hard-pressed in the UK these days to find a restaurant, hotel or otherwise, that didn’t offer at least one vegetarian option. But ‘you won’t perish’ is hardly the most inspiring of menu mantras for non meat-eaters – least of all when you’re on holiday. So, to celebrate National Vegetarian Week, we’ve rounded up
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