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Going to San Francisco: Flowers in Your Hair Not Necessary!

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“So, do you…see celebrities everywhere then?” It’s the first question anyone thinks to ask when I tell them I’m from, gasp, California. Along with, “So it’s sunny all of the time then?” and, I kid you not, “Do you surf to class?” …Well, er, no, actually, I don’t. In fact, I’m from Northern California, more famous for its Golden [...] Continue Reading…

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There Might Even Be Funnel Cakes: Checking Out the UK’s Seaside Scene

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It’s raining outside, and we’re missing the California beaches! Spurred by a long discussion about deep-fried snickers and hot dogs at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, I’ve decided to investigate the UK’s beach scene (hey, we’re surrounded by miles and miles of coastline here too!). And, luckily, the UK turns out to have quite the selection of coastal spots [...] Continue Reading…

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Scariest Places in London: Warwick Castle

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As I plan my trip to Warwick Castle I realize I will never get  British pronunciation correct. I’m quickly told that I’m not going to Warwick, I’m going to “Wor’ick”. With only three days of sightseeing left I want to pick a great spot for my last hurrah. Warwick Castle Dungeons will be opening just before I leave for home [...] Continue Reading…

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Cappadocia, a Natural Gem of Turkey

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A beautiful region that is defined in both ancient Christianity and modern tourism as a site of natural wonders, the people of Cappadocia have made the most of their surroundings. It is home to the people who Biblically heard the gospel in their own tongue during the Pentecost and later resisted the rule of Alexander the Great. Current draws [...] Continue Reading…

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London among the winners at Enjoy England awards

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London was among the cities recognised at this year’s Enjoy England Awards for Excellence, which were handed out at a ceremony in York last night (April 23rd).

The biggest success was enjoyed by London Walks for its provision of what the awards judges described as a “fun, green, entertaining and value for money experience all year round”.

Some 400 different walking [...] Continue Reading…

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Spinal Tap to turn it up to 11 at Wembley

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Spinal Tap, the spoof glam rock band that featured in the mock documentary This is Spinal Tap, will reunite for a gig in London this year.

Rock and roll fans planning London tours should book tickets for the show at Wembley Arena on June 30th to see Nigel Tufnel, David St Hubbins and Derek Smalls doing what they do best [...] Continue Reading…

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Weak pound ‘did not discourage Brits over Easter’

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British travellers continued to take tours in Venice, New York and other destinations in Europe and the United States over Easter despite the low value of the pound, new figures suggest.International Currency Exchange (Ice) revealed that the euro was the most popular currency among its customers ahead of the Easter holiday, accounting for 39 per cent of sales, followed [...] Continue Reading…

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Scariest Places in London: Thorpe Park

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Ok, so Thorpe Park isn’t technically in London but it is worth the schlep to Surrey. After all, it’s the proud home of SAW: The Ride. The first ever roller coaster based on a horror movie. The promise of bearing down at a 100 degree angle from 100 ft above got my adrenaline rushing way before stepping into the park. [...] Continue Reading…

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Doulos cruise ship to visit Hong Kong

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People on Hong Kong tours will be treated to an impressive sight this year when the ship Doulos arrives in the city.Doulos is the world’s oldest ocean-going passenger vessel, having been built in 1914.After filling various official capacities around the world during its lifetime, the ship now travels around the world as a kind of floating bookshop, carrying the [...] Continue Reading…

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Discover the genius of Da Vinci in Singapore

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People planning Singapore tours this summer will have the opportunity to visit an exhibition in the city exploring the genius of Leonardo da Vinci.The Science Centre Singapore will host this travelling show, which is thought to be one of the most comprehensive touring exhibitions ever created on Da Vinci, from May 15th to August 16th.Da Vinci can be considered [...] Continue Reading…

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