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If you haven’t been on a cruise ship before then it can be quite daunting to imagine exactly what it is like to live aboard a ship whilst holidaying on a cruise. Many people still envision cruise ships to be mainly populated by elderly passengers playing shuffleboard for entertainment on their decks. With so many Cheap Cruise Deals available...
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There’s never been a better time to visit Las Vegas. Four and five star Las Vegas hotels are comparable in price to a two star hotel in New York so you get a lot of hotel for your money. The weather is also idyllic, the scorching summer temperatures are receding and the more bearable autumnal temperatures which are generally in the low 30’s...
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Walking the South Downs Way

Posted by on September 23, 2010
If you’re looking for something to do during your stay at an East Sussex hotel then you’ve probably already considered exploring the beautiful countryside around the area. There are numerous ways to experience it, whether it’s driving along a scenic route, walking in some of the picturesque towns or villages, cycling through the countryside...
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If you are planning a trip to a beach then you will have some idea of how it will go before you even set off. You will drive for a while from the cottages in Cornwall you are staying at until you reach the car park for the beach. You will spend ages finding a space as the whole place is packed and then you walk down the steps or ramp to the beach and...
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Take a Transatlantic Cruise

Posted by on September 19, 2010
If you have ever wanted to visit America but not wanted to take such a long stuffy flight then why not take a transatlantic cruise. These cruises are designed with as much emphasis on luxury and enjoyment as possible in mind and with so many Cheap Cruise Deals there is no better time! . Some transatlantic cruise packages include spending time visiting...
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A guide to Exmoor

Posted by on September 18, 2010
Dartmoor stretches across almost one thousand miles square kilometres of Devon. This wonderful area of moorland is protected by national park status and is a resourceful habitat for wildlife in Devon. The moor is a top tourist attraction and has been listed as one of the seven natural wonders of the south west of England. Those looking for a relaxing...
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The Attractions of Argyll

Posted by on September 17, 2010
Argyll is a region in the south of Scotland and stretches from the Mull of Kintyre to Cape Wrath. It is a very popular tourist location and boasts some of the most fantastic Holiday Cottages In Scotland. Argyll has plenty of attractions and sites to keep all of the family entertained and amused all year round.  In this article we will show some...
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A Quick Guide to Brixham

Posted by on September 7, 2010
Brixham is a bustling and colourful town that occupies the southern end of beautiful Torbay. The town is centred around its harbour which has been the focus of the town for centuries. Pretty fisherman’s cottages spread out from the harbour across the hills creating narrow streets and back alleys that were once the haunt of smugglers. One of the...
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With students returning to classes, now might be the best time to secure a fantastic Seychelles deal, especially if your holiday time isn’t tied to school holidays.  It’s a tempting thought…escape the coming autumnal weather of Great Britain and head for the tropics! Speaking of weather, the Indian Ocean archipelago of Seychelles...
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