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401. Affordable Luxury in Valmar's Family-Friendly Croatian Hotels
May 22, 2018


Croatia: the little country in the northwestern reach of the Balkan Peninsula is an increasingly popular holiday destination, and with good reason. It is beautiful, unique and very affordable, and its Mediterranean climate makes it perfect for a warm-weather break. If you’re on the look out for tips for a family-friendly holiday to remember, look no further: read on for our guide to some of the best resorts in Croatia for those travelling with little ones. Valamar Club Dubrovnik Valamar is the brand behind some of the best resorts in Croatia, and as you’ll see from this list each o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

402. Shred Powder this Summer: 6 Must-Visit Ski Resorts
May 22, 2018


Summer holidays don’t have to be about lying on the beach and building up that tan. Flip expectations and try a ski summer holiday instead! There are tons of great resorts around the world where you can still do that – and they aren’t all in the wintry Southern Hemisphere either. Here are six great ones to get those juices a-flowing and that powder a-spraying. Whistler Blackcomb, British Columbia We kick off in the famous Canadian Whistler valley. This resort is found on the slopes of Blackcomb Mountain, on the Hortsman Glacier, sitting adjacent to Whistler Mountain. Excellently... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

403. Adventures in the Algarve: Faro for Sports Fanatics
May 22, 2018


The Algarve Coast is one of the most beautiful regions in Europe; its capital, Faro, is steeped in history, sun and exciting tourism opportunities. It is particularly amenable for fitness-focussed holidaymakers. The versatile local geography of sea and mountains plays host to a large variety of things to do. Whether that see you indulging in gentle hobbies or something more demanding, Faro has something for everyone. Rock Climbing With facilities and courses for climbers of all abilities, rock climbing is a great starter activity for your holiday. Take in the beautiful views at the t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

404. Sift for Vintage Treasures in the Marvellous Markets of Amsterdam
May 22, 2018


Are you looking for a weekend break somewhere nearby, with vibrant culture and a lot of attractions to explore? Then why not book a holiday to Amsterdam? Airport transfer journeys are easy to arrange and flights are very affordable, which makes the city the perfect destination for travellers on a budget. In addition to the host of well-known attractions, one of the best things about the cityis its markets. The market is not just a great place to pick up some unique items to bring home and show off to your friends, but also an important part of the local culture. Let us talk you through s... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

405. Entertaining Your Little Monkeys in Family-Friendly Amsterdam
May 22, 2018


Amsterdam may be best known for its adult entertainment, but the city is much more than the stereotype, and actually has a huge amount to offer kids. Before you book your flight and finalise your Amsterdam airport transfer to your accommodation, take a look at this list of some of the city’s best attractions for your young ones. ARTIS Royal Zoo Located in the leafy Plantage district, ARTIS, the Netherlands’ first zoo, is a real treat for adults and children. With over 750 species of animals, as well as an aquarium and the country’s largest planetarium, there’s more than enough here... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

406. Visit the Homes and Museums of Amsterdam's Most Famous Faces
May 22, 2018


Amsterdam is a cultural city teeming with history. From world-renowned artist Van Gogh to the WW2 diarist Anne Frank, this “Northern Venice” won’t fail to amaze. The Dutch capital is therefore the perfect European getaway for a weekend of historical splendour. The easiest way for visitors to reach Amsterdam is to fly, followed by a pre-booked airport taxi. Schiphol is by far the biggest and best connected airport in the region. Anne Frank Museum The story of Anne Frank’s life is one of tragedy and heroism. For almost three years the Frank family lived in hiding in an annexe at 263 P... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

407. Romantic getaways in Jasper AR - Booking a vacation rental for the best time
May 22, 2018


In the event that you feel that you require a lot of money to bear the cost of a rich, beautiful and comfortable vacation in Jasper Arkansas, then you are so wrong. The key to vacationing in Jasper without breaking your budget can be summed up in three words and that is a vacation home rental. It's hard to believe, but it's true as opposed to cramping your family into maybe a couple of costly hotel rooms you can lease a vacation home rental near Buffalo River Jasper AR, and get comfort and extravagance at a value that is much lower than the pricey hotel rates. Don’t believe us – see f... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

408. Cabins on the Buffalo River - Considering cabin rentals by owners
May 22, 2018


When you consider cabin rentals provided by their owners, the last thing that you consider is most likely the condition of the place that you are anticipating to lease. In actuality, you may not understand it, but rather it’s important that you consider these sorts of things! They can influence how your entire vacation goes! The place matters Most importantly, cabins on the Buffalo River rentals provided by owners have a great deal to offer you. Consider this, you could go to a hotel and get a room that would cost you an alternate sum for every individual staying in said room and be e... (read more)

Author: Mili Bose

409. The Ultimate Choice Among London Heathrow Hotels
May 21, 2018


The Ultimate Choice Among London Heathrow Hotels London has just gained another icon – and it’s the accommodation you should choose when you wish to stay in comfort, as well as within proximity to the busiest airport in Europe. Here at the Atrium Hotel, we realise that whether you come to London for business or pleasure, once you reach your overnight accommodation, you will wish to simply relax – and we’ve got that more than covered with our complete service. Why Stay With Us? While there are many London Heathrow Hotels to choose from, few of them tick all of the obviou... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

410. Why You'll Glove Glacier Skiing: 7 Reasons for Going
May 21, 2018


Everyone knows that ripping up the pistes is one of the best ways to spend the winter months. And, with its great runs, spectacular off-piste routes, and the opportunity to rent a fabulouscatered chalet, Tignes is one of the best resorts of the bunch. But a lot of people don’t realise that the mountains also have a lot to offer in the summer. Read on for our top seven reasons to try glacier skiing this summer … It’s the Ideal Time for Beginners to Perfect Their Technique If you’re new to the slopes, or just a bit rusty, summer is the perfect time to work on your skills. Where... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

411. Aprés-Ciate Summer Skiing & Swizzles in Tignes
May 21, 2018


Tignes is one of the best-known ski resorts in the French Alps for good reason. It is huge, diverse and even offers summer skiing on the Grand Motte glacier from late June to early August. With five well-linked villages and an array of catered chalets, Tignes truly is the best of the best. And while it may not be famous for its après scene, the resort has enough options to guarantee fun for all demographics. La Flambée At the bottom of the slopes in Les Almes, in Le Lac, lies the Hotel Village Montana. Nestled within is the cosy La Flambée. A perfect spot for relaxation, the bar is... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

412. Tignes for Adventurous Families: A Family Resort Guide
May 21, 2018


You’re gracefully gliding down a ski piste’s perfectly crunchy snow followed by the laughter of your cheerful brood on their adorably tiny skis. Next thing you know, a bunch of teenagers are expertly racing you down the slopes shouting: “C’mon mum, you’re slow!” as they overtake you. It need not be just a dream. Why wait to introduce your little ones to your favourite winter sport, when the Alpine ski resort of Tignes offers the perfect conditions for you and your children to have a truly unforgettable skiing adventure? Renowned for its wide range of family-friendly catered ski chalets, Tigne... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

413. Go All Out in Tignes: 4 Catered Chalets to Tickle Your Fancy
May 21, 2018


If you are an ardent skier who is always on the lookout for the perfect skiing conditions, you have almost certainly heard of the resort of Tignes in the French Alps. Aside from offering tourists the very best in terms of pistes, skiing facilities and stunning landscapes, Tignes is also famous for the comfort of its accommodation. Catered ski chalets are many tourists’ preferred choice as they offer many advantages over staying at hotels. While renting a whole house instead of a room may seem daunting to one’s budget, it could in fact save you some cash. The price of a chalet is split between... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

414. Glacier Skiing FAQs: Tips for Shredding Powder this Summer
May 21, 2018


Did you know that you can ski throughout the summer? If you feel an annual jolt of sorrow every March when you put away your skis, you should be aware that there is a solution. Read on to find out what you’ll experience when you go skiing outside the traditional season period. Is it Possible to Ski All Day in the Summer? While there are some pistes with weather conditions favourable enough to allow it, the general answer would be no. You can usually find most pistes open to skiers from very early in the morning to early in the afternoon – they tend to be closed in the later hours of the day ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

415. Enjoy a City Getaway With a Difference in Croatia or Malta
May 21, 2018


Summer holidays are a precious time, but if you want to do a little bit more than sprawling on a sun lounger then you need to pick a destination in which there’s more on offer than just a beautiful beach. This year The Guardian newspaper picked out Malta and Croatia – resorts and cities – as providing the perfect ‘alternative’ summer holiday destinations, and I would have to say that I agree. With culture and history, beaches and sunshine (and, of course, luxury hotels to relax in) these locations really do have everything the more discerning holidaymaker is looking for. Follow the Stylis... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

416. Enjoy a Child's Paradise in Sicily: Holidays for Families
May 21, 2018


A family holiday should be exactly what it says: a wonderful treat for all the family. The trouble is that what you find relaxing, entertaining and revitalising may not be the same as your little ones. So the only way to ensure that your children come home from your next holiday feeling as refreshed, and with as many precious memories, as you is to make sure the hotel you choose has plenty to keep them happy too. While the point of a family holiday is to spend time together, it’s also great to know that a hotel has childcare facilities for those odd times when you want to do something alo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

417. Discover the Ultimate Room With a Sea View
May 21, 2018


Nothing beats waking up to the sound of gentle waves lapping, or pulling the curtains back in the morning to reveal an expanse of tranquil blue water. From ocean-side Bermuda accommodation to Crete’s most well-positioned hotel, here is my selection of the very best views from some of my very favourite beachfront hotels. All at Sea in Crete It’s hard to imagine a hotel with a better vantage point over the water than the St Nicholas Bay in Crete. Set on a headland, the resort has the most wonderful views out to sea in three different directions. The hotel manages to take full advantage... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

418. Tranquillity in the Tropics: Datai Langkawi Has it All
May 21, 2018


In a world coming to terms with the huge problems associated with climate change, one resort in Malaysia is showing us the way forward for sustainable tourism. To stay in this hotel, designed by visionary architect Kerry Hill, is to experience a rainforest paradise like no other. The undulating curves and variety of patterns that adorn the building pay homage to the ancient Chinese and Indian heritage interwoven in the history of this area of the world. Experts on Hand This island is the perfect spot to end an escorted tour of Malaysia. The resort’s world-class services come complet... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

419. Hire Taxi in Hua Hin and Enjoy Holidays
May 19, 2018


If you're searching for a holiday getaway this season, then HuaHin is the best place to become! HuaHin is really a Royal Beach Resort town in Thailand known widely because of its National Parks and historical sites. It is extremely near to the Capital, Bangkok and is also frequented by many of the local people. It offers typically pleasant climate and excellent for sunbathing enthusiasts. HuaHin offers among Thailand's largest fishing fleets making its fish market the numero uno spot to visit whilst in the town. From the first morning catches for their sales, it really is worth an event. ... (read more)

Author: Gloria Philips

420. Retain the Services of an Agent To Get Migration Certificate
May 18, 2018


People Today go from One Area to Some Other Location to get almost any Reason that motion is called migration. The main reason for the migration might be any such thing. May possibly be its own ecological or economical or governmental or could be to get a societal rationale. Two kinds of facets is there in the office. Tug push and factor element. It made a direct effect on those regions. The spot that the man left and also where that the individual about to repay. Where you move you demand for migration certification and also do whatever particular hand is a difficult endeavor. Therefore, you ... (read more)

Author: Mark Well

421. Primary School Trip Ideas for Your Class: Bristol Aquarium
May 18, 2018


Class outings are very exciting for both the pupils and teachers in primary school. Trips to various sites and museums are met with a sense of wonder and genuine curiosity by young students eager to learn. One of the most fascinating and popular places to visit in the UK is the Bristol Aquarium. The facility is packed with interesting exhibits and the staff are passionate about sharing their knowledge of all living things, above and below the water, with you and your class. Bristol Aquarium The Bristol Aquarium is a nicely sized facility to visit with a class from a primary school. T... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

422. Why Warwick Castle is a Top Location for School History Visits
May 18, 2018


With so much fascinating history and heritage here in the UK, study tours based on home soil have the potential to be both inspiring and educational. Warwick Castleis one of the most popular venues for UK study tours and, considering the stunning interiors, pretty gardens andincredible range of displays and activities, it’s certainly not surprising. If you want to make history evenmore appealing to your pupils, take it outside the classroom and head to Warwick Castle, to guarantee your students a day to remember. Below are just some of the highlights. Horrible Histories Maze ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

423. One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for Your Class on USA Trips
May 18, 2018


The USA has an abundance of potential when it comes to school residential trips, and you don’t have to look further than Washington DC, home to the National Air and Space Museum, for inspiration. A visit to this excellent museum will see your students marvelling at the 1903 Wright Flyer and Charles Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis, touching rock that’s come from the moon, and getting to grips with the fascinating history of aviation and space travel. Home to the world’s largest collection of space and aviation related artefacts, this museum is not only educational, but hugely inspirational... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

424. Things to Do in Amsterdam: the Ultimate Dutch Beer-sperience
May 18, 2018


The perfect way to celebrate after finishing exams with your friends is on a city break. Amsterdam is the perfect location: it has some excellent bars and clubs, a dynamic food scene, and hosts a wide range of incredible options for young holidaymakers. One of those, its beer scene, is often overlooked; let me share with you some of the best spots to grab a pint. The Heineken Experience The Heineken Experience is one of Amsterdam’s most popular tourist attraction, and for good reason: the historic brewery was built in 1867 and was the company’s main brewing facility under the late 19... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

425. Exploring Amsterdam: On Foot, By Boat and By Bicycle
May 18, 2018


Travelling solo can be a great and exciting way to explore a new place. While many travelers are content with visiting highly-trafficked tourist sites, I find exploring off the beaten track to be much fun; spending a holiday finding the best local attractions and hideouts can be incredibly rewarding. There are plenty of European destinations to choose from for an incredible city break: Amsterdam is one of these and boasts many hidden gems to uncover. Let me share with you some great ways to see them for yourself. On Foot Touring on foot is perhaps the best way to learn about the dest... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves



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