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Celebrating Sea Life Around Brixham

Posted by on June 29, 2011
Celebrating Sea Life Around Brixham The picturesque coastal town of “Brixham” in South Devon is always a popular place for visitors’ and tourists alike, whether you are a day visitor or a seasoned traveller from overseas, the fishing port town of Brixham is surrounded by a nautical historical past. In the month of July see’s Brixham’s “Festival...
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Experience an African Safari

Posted by on June 29, 2011
Safaris are one of the great holidays. They’re considered up there with visiting the pyramids or swimming with dolphins as something you should definitely try to do in your life time. The opportunity to get out and see some of the most amazing animals in the world during an African safari is definitely one that should be seized upon. Whether you...
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If you have not yet experienced a visit to the beautiful Spa City of Bath in Somerset, then you are in for a real treat. There is a wide range of diversity and culture throughout the cities borders, due to its rich history and architectural prominence from the “Roman Empire” and “Georgian” periods the city was granted World...
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Scarborough Beaches

Posted by on June 28, 2011
Scarborough has been a popular seaside resort for over 100 years now and it’s no wonder with two such lovely beaches on the town’s doorstep. So if you’re looking for a day out at the beaches why not read on and find out what’s on offer. The South Bay is the closest to the town and usually the one that draws the crowds, with such lovely golden...
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The quaint coastal town of “Rye” in East Sussex has always been a big attraction for many visitors’ and tourists, it is so desirable that even ex-Beatle Paul McCartney has a permanent holiday home and recording studio here. When you drive down the narrow unspoilt roads and lanes around Rye it is easy to see why there is such an attraction with...
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The picturesque Spa city of Bath is steeped in history from throughout the ages, most notably from the mark of that of the Roman Empire left in its legacy, right through to the Georgian period of English history and its architecture of many houses and buildings that can be seen around the city. It is definitely a place to visit if you want a real...
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The Derbyshire historical market town of Bakewell is known for many things and not just its baking delights that it shares its name with, but most of all its location, right in the heart of the Peak District National Park. A  big day during the week in the town of Bakewell is Monday, as Monday is the day of the town’s weekly traditional market....
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Anyone who is a fan of the world’s most famous female murder mystery writer can now step back in time and experience for themselves the private home of “Agatha Christie”. The house known as “Greenway “ was the holiday home where Agatha was inspired to write many of her world best selling books and also the area where she set many of her stories...
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The Lizard peninsula in Cornwall has one point that makes it particularly noteworthy. It’s a literal point as well, because Lizard Point is the most southerly point of Britain. Not the British Isles, of course, but if you don’t want to cross any seawater then this is as far south as you’re going. Anybody staying in holiday cottages...
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Sandcastle Day in Falmouth

Posted by on June 14, 2011
Having plenty of things to do and see near to your chosen accommodation is important during any holiday. You need to be sure that there’s stuff you’ll enjoy and, if you’re bringing them along, something for the kids to enjoy. You also have to be able to fill up most of your holiday with activities. With that in mind, we’ve put...
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