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Top 5 camping tips.

Posted by on May 29, 2008
1 – Practice in the garden – Although you might feel stupid doing it, practicing pitching your tent and getting used to your equipment (either in your back garden or a local park) is well worth your time. Better to know the ins and outs before you go than be struggling with it on a wet and windy evening in a caravan holiday park 2 – Protect...
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There are around 11,000 campsites scattered across France, ranging from minimal facility farm campsites through to luxury holiday parks. Most campsites are graded by stars, one to four in much the same way as hotels. One-star campsites are fairly basic and becoming increasingly rare. Two-star sites (the most numerous) generally provide a reasonable...
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Top 10 Cornwall Beaches.

Posted by on May 28, 2008
1.Great Bay – St Martin’s – Isles of Scilly – Voted as one of the top 10 beaches in England, Great bay obviously has some excellent pedigree. The Scilly Isles do have many fine beaches and choosing is difficult but the beautiful turquoise sea and glistening white sands are enough to put this top. 2.Harlyn Beach – Padstow – Cornwall –...
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The Isle of Wight Festival is well known around the U.K and the world. The music festival is run annually and originated in 1968 with such bands as T-rex and Jefferson Airplane. The event was widely seen as the first great UK rock festival and a massive success. The 1970 festival was when the festival really kicked on and looking back at the lineup...
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Britain’s best kept secret. A sub tropical paradise based less than 30 miles from Lands End! The Isles of Scilly is a magnificent destination for a day trip, short break or longer holiday. If you are looking for a getaway and a quality of life tricky to find in the hustle and bustle of most towns and cities then the Isles of Scilly is the place for...
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Golf Holiday in Scotland.

Posted by on May 16, 2008
Scotland is well known as the home as golf and with over 500 golf courses it’s easy to see why! If you are a golf fanatic then you would have always wanted to play Scotland’s world renowned courses or even its hidden gems. It’s currently an interesting time for golf in Scotland and considering the value for money, range of golf courses and...
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Travelling to the New Forest.

Posted by on May 12, 2008
  There are many attractions in the New forest that offer allsorts of various activities. The obvious and main reason that people visit the New forest is to see the beautiful scenery and wildlife. However there is a lot more to the New forest than meets the eye and once you find this out you might end up staying for a bit longer than you originally...
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Oxford, “The City of Dreaming Spires”, is famous the world over for its University and place in history. For over 800 years, it has been a home to royalty and scholars. Since the 9th century Oxford has been an established town. Oxford has many faces. From the exquisiteness of Oxford’s town architecture, to the buzzing party life that is...
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