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The festive season is now upon us, with some great seasonal performances taking place in the city of Bath. If you are planning a visit to the city during December, you might like to choose from a range of beautiful Bath Hotels for a relaxing break with your family. To get you in the festive spirit, why not get along to the Carols by Candlelight concert...
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A Christmas Cottage by the Sea

Posted by on November 30, 2010
If you have decided that this year you want to do something a little different for Christmas then who could blame you? Many people often find the idea of Christmas at home more stress than it should be and can quite easily suffer cabin fever a few days into the festive break. With relatives popping over and a constant stream of other guests that you...
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Christmas in Yorkshire

Posted by on October 25, 2010
The idea of enjoying a Christmas getaway is becoming more and more popular for many people. One popular destination for people to enjoy there Christmas break is Yorkshire. The area is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in all of England and even if the depth of winter the place still has a magical charm about it. To accommodate this rising trend...
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Christmas in Cornwall

Posted by on October 20, 2010
Is it that time already? Christmas decorations are appearing in shops. Christmas adverts are just about starting to creep onto the television. You’re starting to think about saving some money so you can buy presents, even if you’re not actually thinking about specific gifts yet. If you’re really unlucky you might have even heard somebody...
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Torbay Autumn/Winter Events

Posted by on October 16, 2010
While the summer season may be over for this year there are still plenty of great attractions and events to be had along the South Devon coast for those enjoying a South Devon break. Cockington Apple Day – 17/10/10 Take part in a great family day out where you will find great local food and crafts as well as apple pressing displays, music and...
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Christmas in Wonderful Scotland

Posted by on October 12, 2010
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year for people of every age and each year many people celebrate this special time in a different setting to enhance the season’s magic. Many people head to Scotland to take advantage of its natural beauty and unique charm, with so many scenic locations to choose from it can be very hard to find your special...
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Merry Christmas!

Posted by on December 25, 2009
Merry Christmas, from all of us at the Online Travel Blog!
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Derbyshire’s Christmas Playground

Posted by on December 24, 2009
Derby Market place has been invaded by wooden sculptures for the festive period. Huge penguins, soldiers, cars, a train, a plane, even a bear. But these aren’t warriors from a strange dimension where people are made of wood, nor are they fiendish barbarians who attacked the city and were cursed to remain as statues by a wizard. No, these wooden...

Dreaming of a Wight Christmas

Posted by on December 16, 2009
Independent weather analyst Positive Weather Solutions have doubled its predictions of a white Christmas on the South Coast this year, which is good news for anybody planning on spending the festive season in an Isle of Wight hotel. As a cold spell seems to be about to hit Britain, possibly lasting for the next three weeks, the MET office is being...
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If staying in a Holiday Park Devon is something you are still in two minds about then maybe this little fact will help you along the way: Devon achieved in getting 3 listings included in the Daily Telegraphs ’50 Great Days Out in the UK’ this year along with other top leading attractions in the UK like Alton Towers in Staffordshire, Blackpool...