Florida Trips Guide - Travelling - Page 2
Amsterdam - Part 3
If you want to snap up something special, you are bound to be successful here. Contrary to the large shops in the city Centre, nothing is standard here. Expect the most easy-going atmosphere and the great amount of creativity.
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Amsterdam - Part 2
Area 1, Jordaan
Enjoying authentic Amsterdam in a relaxed way that is what you do in the Jordaan. In the past labourers and craftsmen used to live in the crisscross of little streets. Now you can...
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Amsterdam - Part 1
Amsterdam has so much to offer that is impossible to see everything in a week, let alone a weekend. To make things a little easier for you we have divided the city into nine easy reference areas that you can look at individually. Each area has its ow...
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Sydney - Part 1
A drive along Sydney’s provides the perfect start for a scenic and cruisy weekend escape to the Southern Highlands, just under two hours out from the city Centre. Featuring some of Sydney’s best artisanal products and diverse landscapes from coastal ...
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Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 3
7. Coimbra : Pay a visit Portugal’s oldest university town
With its cobbled streets, superb coffee, pastries and low numbers of tourists, Coimbra is a great alternative for a Portuguese city bre...
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Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 2
4. Salta : Live the life of an Argentine gaucho
Often called Salta la Linda which translates to ‘Salta the beautiful’, this handsome colonial city is surrounded by Andean peaks, red rock valleys ...
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Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 1
The current trend of delving into great wildernesses, and seeking out wide open and people less places can be very pleasant. However sometimes it’s fun to go where there are people. Exploring the planet is all about every side of travel so let’s embr...
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Cambridge - Part 2
The family’s exceptional collection of works by Ben Nicholson, David Jones, Henri-Gaudier, Joan Miro, Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth among others was and still is displayed with the meticulousness and elegance of a haiku, a poem in glass, china, wo...
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Cambridge - Part 1
History is woven into the medieval lanes and cloistered colleges of this university town. But new arrivals are adding cocktail and coffee culture to the equation.
Most visitors to Cambridge go mad about the place. Most of those who ar...
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Perth- Part 1
Perth, one of the most remote cities on earth and just three hours from the buzzing beaches of Bali, this former gold rush town now attracts prospectors of a different kind with cutting edge fashion and art, plus a distillery that brews with quinoa. ...
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Thailand - Part 7
Phuket’s nine-night Vegetarian Festival depending on the Lunar cycle is a surprisingly bloody affair, extreme devotees spear themselves with knives hook as protection from spirits. For a fairy-tale-pretty Loy Krathong, with shimmering lily ponds and ...
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America’s wild spaces - Part 10
BISCAYNE is in the state of Florida and has an area of 700 sq km.
This is the place to go for boating, snorkelling and dolphins, it was created in 1980.
Been to Florida a lot but not seen this park? That’s because 95% ...
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America’s wild spaces - Part 9
CARLSBAD CAVERNS is in the state of New Mexico and has an area of 189 sq km.
This is the place to go for spelunking and bat tours, it was created in 1930.
Carlsbad Caverns is a wet spelunking, bat tours wilderness that...
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America’s wild spaces - Part 8
CONGAREE is in the state of South Carolina and has an area of 107sq km.
This is the place to go for wildlife watching, canoeing and hiking, it was created in 2003.
Foragers and fishermen may have appreciated it in preh...
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Thailand - Part 5
For a one day trip to see if you might like to try this further there is an excellent introduction into hill-tribe hiking. Wayfers travel has an option for you to stroll through a few Karen villages, plus do a spot of river rafting to see if this mig...
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Thailand - Part 4
Maya Bay, on Ko Phi Phi, took star billing in The Beach and has been a tourist magnet ever since. You can spend overnight nearby and then book a sunrise cruise. This means that you will be there long before the tour groups land.
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America’s Wild Spaces - Part 7
GATES OF THE ARCTIC is in the state of Alaska and has an area of 34, 287 sq km.
This is the place to go for the northern lights and fishing, it was created in 1980.
There are very few facilities, no fees, no tracks and...
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Thailand - Part 3
Don’t turn your nose up at eating in food court malls. Most Thais prefer to escape the heat and eat indoors, so you will find masses of smart mid-priced restaurants in almost every retail hub. Try just-like-grandma-makes massaman curries at cheerful ...
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Thailand - Part 2
Add a spit stop at the beautiful temple of Wat Arun and have lunch at the warehouse-chic contemporary Never ending summer Thai restaurant. Boats can be hailed at Sathorn pier for private hire and cost from £14 an hour. Bypass the waterside negotiatio...
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Thailand - Part 1
It’s the first stop on almost every Thai trip, the charismatic but frenetic capital, hotel prices drop significantly in July, August and September, and while you might get weeks of blue skies. It is the monsoon season, so you could also arrive in hea...
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