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Books ‘the most valued travel item’

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Travellers consider a good book the most essential item to take on holiday, according to a survey by flight search engine Skyscanner.A poll on the company’s website found that nearly a quarter (24 per cent) of people consider books a crucial part of a holiday, followed by an mp3 player (22 per cent).Perfume or deodorant and a laptop or [...] Continue Reading…

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Music greats to play Albert Hall

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Music fans taking London tours in May will have no shortage of live entertainment to choose from as some of the leading artists of recent times come to the Royal Albert Hall.First up will be the former Smiths singer Morrissey, who will perform at the famous Kensington venue on May 11th.Morrissey, who has been described by the NME as [...] Continue Reading…

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Get under the skin in Paris

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Travellers should be sure to fit a visit to Espace 12 Madeleine into their tours of Paris over the coming weeks as the venue hosts an exhibition dedicated to the wonder of the human body.Our Body – A corps ouvert will be open at this new cultural institution on Boulevard de la Madeleine until May 10th.The exhibition, which features [...] Continue Reading…

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Record numbers for Vienna marathon

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A record number of participants have signed up to compete in this year’s Vienna Marathon, it has been announced. With the event set to take place on April 19th, organisers have advised anyone still wishing to run through the historic streets of the Austrian capital that just a few open places remain. Among those due to take part are [...] Continue Reading…

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As the Travel and Chocolate Industries Brace for the Busy Easter Season so does Washington DC

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Celebrate Easter with New American Traditions

Easter brings with it the promise of springtime and holiday fun, making it the perfect time to travel and indulge. It is Australia’s most popular time to fly and why not with the excess of events happening world-wide? The Easter Bunny certainly gains a few frequent flyer miles on his tour of the United [...] Continue Reading…

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Cultural experiences ‘important to travellers’

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Cultural experiences are highly important to travellers and the thing that people are most willing to pay extra for on a holiday, a new survey suggests.Visa and the Pacific Asia Travel Association (Pata) polled holidaymakers from major source markets including the UK, Australia and the United States and found that 57 per cent are willing to extend their budget [...] Continue Reading…

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‘Never been a better time’ to visit Cape Town

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There has "never been a better time" to take Cape Town tours, according to a travel article in the Daily Telegraph.Following a trip to the popular African travel destination, writer Graham Boynton said that the range of activities and experiences combined with the favourable exchange rate makes Cape Town an unmissable destination for Brits.One of the major attributes of [...] Continue Reading…

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International destinations to power down for Earth Hour

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Travellers in many destinations around the world may notice lights going off all around them this weekend as a host of cities participate in Earth Hour.This initiative will see some 538 towns and cities turn off their lights for 60 minutes from 20:30 local time on March 28th to show support for action on climate change.Some of the world’s [...] Continue Reading…

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Recession ‘won’t stop Brits from travelling’

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The recession and the credit crunch will not stop British people from taking holidays, the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has claimed.An economist from the WTTC said that the likely effect of the economic crisis will not be fewer holidays taken by British people but more affordable breaks within the UK.According to Amir Girgis, the tourism industry has [...] Continue Reading…

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The UK and Australia Aim to Re-invent Easter Traditions

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Springtime Comes to Britain

Deep into history the day when the cloudy top is lifted off Britain and sunlight finally hits the ground is an epic one. The Saxons originally celebrated this day by munching hot cross buns (bread rolls with crosses on top representing the lunar calendar and the goddess) and dancing in the sun. As Christians arrived on [...] Continue Reading…

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