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If you are thinking about taking a Holiday in Bath this summer, then there is no need to spend a fortune. There are plenty of things to do in Bath on a budget and still have a great holiday in one of the most picturesque cities in the country. Many people visit Bath for the day as it has great access thanks to a centrally located train station, but...
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Stonehenge

Posted by on March 30, 2010
When staying in a Bath hotel many people will take time to see the ancient sites of this beautiful city, yet just a short drive away you will find one of the countries most spectacular ancient wonder. Stonehenge is one of the most iconic and recognisable monuments in the world and has been drawing fascinated visitors to it for thousands of years....
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Green Power in the Peak District

Posted by on March 29, 2010
Power in Peak District cottages may soon be generated not by the large power plants that supply power to most of England, based on coal, gas, or even nuclear energy, Nor will it be given to the cottages from the sun or the wind. The way that many people envision power being generated across the Peak District and beyond is through hydro electricity,...
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People might go on holiday to Sussex and stay in a Rye hotel for a large number of reasons. The area is beautiful and great to cycle through, so there are those who’ll bring their bikes and be looking for advice on routes to take on their East Sussex holiday. Some, whilst looking for information on cycle routes, repair shops and places to stay,...
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Green Tourism in North Devon

Posted by on March 27, 2010
Tourism is a big business in North Devon, but there’s also a movement toward going green that’s taking place there. It’s something to be aware of when you visit the Devon Holiday Parks for your family holidays. Devon hasn’t changed that much, but some of the ways in which it handles tourism and does business have. Since the...
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If you’re coming to Devon to camp or see the wildlife, you’ve definitely made the right choice. There is so much to see in Devon that you don’t have to ever worry about running out of things to enjoy. There are caravan holidays in Devon where you can see all types of wildlife, and if you’re camping Devon, you’ll also...
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Shopping In North Devon

Posted by on March 23, 2010
When you go to North Devon, one of the things you’ll want to do on your holiday is to spend time shopping. For family holidays, Devon is unbeatable. Devon holidays offer a lot of great shopping opportunities, and the options for what you can find there are so vast that they almost feel unlimited. That’s a great thing to know when you’re...
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Things To Do In Woolacombe

Posted by on March 22, 2010
In Woolacombe, there are always things you can do. That’s true whether you’re by yourself or with a big group of people, and it’s true no matter what kinds of pursuits you typically enjoy. Because Woolacombe is such a popular destination for people on holiday, you can enjoy what it has to offer any time of the year. From horseback...
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Accommodation in Woolacombe

Posted by on March 20, 2010
When you’re looking for a place to stay on your holiday, you might want to consider Woolacombe. The standards there are high when it comes to quality places to stay, and there are expensive places, inexpensive places, and campsites where you can get closer to nature. Camping in Woolacombe is a popular activity, and Woolacombe accommodation options...
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If you’re looking for a great place to take a holiday, you should consider short breaks in Woolacombe. The area has so much to offer you, and the food and drink are exceptional. You can get local fare, or you can get things that are more commercialised and offered in more places – and the choice is completely up to you. The Great Food...
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