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Camden Town: Food, Friends, and (Great!) Finds

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Well, I may not have been able to check out all of the cuisines I listed in my last article about food (yet!), but I did make it to the cobblestone streets of Camden Market’s food vendor area yesterday…close enough, right? Davis, California might have the most adorable Saturday morning farmer’s market, but I’m starting to see why shopping [...] Continue Reading…

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The King and I to be staged at Royal Albert Hall

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Musical fans will be booking their London tours to coincide with a new staging of a classic show later this year.The Royal Albert Hall will host a production of The King and I from June 12th to 28th.Originally staged on Broadway in 1951 and turned into a popular film starring Deborah Kerr and Yul Brynner five years later, The [...] Continue Reading…

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Rome to host Letterature

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People taking Rome tours in late May and early June this year will be in the city as it hosts Letterature, its international literature festival.This event is traditionally held from mid-May to mid-June in the Basilica di Massenzio in the Italian capital.While entrance is free, visitors still have to present a token to get in which, according to events [...] Continue Reading…

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Spain dominates World’s Best Restaurants list

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Travellers taking tours of Barcelona and other Spanish destinations this year may be tempted to visit some of the destinations that feature on this year’s San Pellegrino World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.Spain dominated the 2009 survey, boasting four of the ten establishments that received the best reviews from more than 800 chefs, critics and industry experts around the world.At [...] Continue Reading…

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Slow Down London!

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This month, the city of London will host the ten-day Slow Down London a “Living Life in Real Time” festival for busy city dwellers. Running April 24th through May 4th, the festival focuses on taking a break from the pressures of city living (something we college students already excel at) and relaxing. The program encourages Londoners to “explore slow [...] Continue Reading…

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Stunning Architecture in Spain

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Looming over Barcelona, the Sagrada Familia has been under construction since 1882 and is nowhere near completion. The giant spires and grandeur are the design of Anton Gaudi who began construction of the gothic church. As a privately funded venture tourists can become sponsors of the church by paying for a tour of the finished sections come 2010.
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A Walk on the “Wilde” Side Indeed: Hotspots of Literary History

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All of this travelling has given us all a little wanderlust (aka the desire to travel our already small savings away). Europe is packed with history than we’ll ever be able to see in just three short months, but with some great tour guides and a little organization, we’re hoping [...] Continue Reading…

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Check out the World Twenty20 tournament in London

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Sports fans will be booking their London tours this year to coincide with the World Twenty20 cricket tournament, which will be held from June 5th to 21st.The competition will come to four cricket grounds across England – Lord’s and The Oval in London, Trent Bridge in Nottinghamshire and Taunton in Somerset.Both men’s and women’s sides representing countries including England, [...] Continue Reading…

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Get into modern sculpture in Venice

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Travellers will be able to add even more culture to their tours of Venice this summer by paying a visit to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection to see an exhibition of modern sculpture.Robert Rauschenberg: Gluts will be open at the prestigious art gallery in the Dorsoduro area of Venice from May 30th to September 20th.The exhibition will feature approximately 40 [...] Continue Reading…

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Sunshine ‘a priority’ for many Brits

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Tours in Barcelona, Rome and other sun-soaked destinations could prove a popular option this spring with many British travellers looking to take a break to enjoy some warm weather.Travel add-ons company Holiday Extras released the results of a survey which showed that 48 per cent of British people want to visit a destination that offers guaranteed sunshine this spring.Nearly [...] Continue Reading…

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