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51. An Independent Traveller's Dream: Fly Drive Canada Tours
September 24, 2018


Fly drive Canada tours are a brilliant opportunity to enjoy some time to yourself and bask in the stunning wilderness for which the country is renowned. Take to the open roads and discover the hidden gems that you might not have come across on a typical tourist holiday. For independent travellers, there’s no better way to experience Canadian beauty than a fly drive tour. Need More Convincing? Picture this: you’re behind the wheel and a wide, quiet road stretches out in front of you. You’ve a handcrafted itinerary, a map, and an entire holiday completely to yourself – you are your own... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

52. Business Travel Tips: How to Beat Jet Lag
September 24, 2018


The idea of taking business trips to various destinations around the globe may sound enviable - to anybody who hasn’t done it. The reality of it often involves very little sight-seeing, mostly due to heavy travel exhaustion that leaves you craving for nothing more than a comfortable bed after a business meeting. Being aware of the cultural attractions you’re missing out on can also be frustrating and make you feel even worse. Read on to discover some suggestions about how to battle jet lag on business trips to far-off destinations. Before You Fly Rule number one when travelling over ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

53. Travelling for Work? Here Are the Best Destinations
September 24, 2018


Sometimes work comes with the occasional perks of travel, sending you to various worldwide business destinations. Quite often their allure lies in more than just the exotic sound of their names. Read on to discover more about some of the world’s best business trip destinations, so that next time your boss is looking for volunteers for a work trip, you know when to raise your hand. London Unsurprisingly, many films involving rich, influential people, fast cars, luxury and prestige, use the city of London as a backdrop. The UK capital is a fascinating combination of tradition and moder... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

54. What Hotel Managers Don't Want You To Know About Last Minute Hotel Deals
September 22, 2018


The travel industry, as a whole, has been changing for the better part of the last three decades, and one of the great consumer coups has been the rise of the last minute hotel deals. While there was a time when travel agents and large travel agencies did some great work for travelers from all walks of life, today's travel industry is all about low cost, flexibility, and choice. The consumer-driven travel industry has made it to where even travelers waiting until the last minute can actually book some tremendous savings that may not have even been possible even ten years ago. Needless to ... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

55. Thrill Fashion and Textile Students on Educational Visits to London
September 21, 2018


If you have been looking for potential educational visits for your fashion and textiles students, then look no further. London is the ideal place to discover some of the most comprehensive collections of clothing that the world has to offer, and with museums and markets dotted all over the city, you will be spoilt for choice. Here are some of the very best spots in London for educational visits. Your class can explore interesting exhibits both in museums and out in the streets, and uncover information about fashion influences through time. The Victoria & Albert Museum This muse... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

56. Educational Visits to London for Law and History Learners
September 21, 2018


For law and history students, educational visits to London are a fantastic opportunity to discover the ins and outs of the British legal system and become immersed in the world of Parliament. With these top attractions, your students will have the chance to explore courtrooms, enjoy augmented reality experiences, and learn how procedures in courtrooms have changed over time. It’s a learning experience they will never forget! Supreme Court On a tour of the Supreme Court, your class will be taken around both the courtrooms and the Justices’ Library. Since this is not usually o... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

57. Palo Alto's Luxury All-Inclusive Hotel, Clement Palo Alto, has updated its Stanford Shopping Center
September 21, 2018


The Clement Palo Alto All-Inclusive Luxury Hotel has updated its popular Stanford Shopping Center Package for guests with four luxury brands. Palo Alto, CA, September 21, 2018 — The Clement Palo Alto All-Inclusive Luxury Hotel has updated its popular Stanford Shopping Center Package for guests with four luxury brands. In addition to savings at the iconic Bloomingdale’s, The Clement has added another iconic store, Nordstrom, as well as Stella McCartney and Luisa Spagnoli to its shopping package. Start your day with breakfast in bed or in our dining room and then head across the ... (read more)

Author: John Paul

58. Fishing Trips in Mallorca for Active Family Holidays
September 20, 2018


The Balearic Island getaway of Mallorca is host to a raft of fantastic active family holiday opportunities, most of which are suitable for the youngest ages all the way into the teens. Not only is there fabulous weather, great beaches and deep history, but also lots of well organised tourist activities designed to give the more adventurous explorers a good time. But one lesser-known activity you may not have considered for your family holiday is fishing. That’s right – fishing! It’s ideal for some quiet contemplation for the parents, and it’s also an easy hobby for children to pick up and... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

59. A Tennis Champion's Holiday in Palma Mallorca
September 20, 2018


A trip to tennis legend Rafael Nadal’s home country is the perfect place for a tremendous tennis getaway. In particular, the beautiful island of Mallorca is a smashing location for a weekend of game, set, and match action! The island has long been famed for its spectacular coastline and charming stone villages, but more recently it has found itself centre stage (or should I say court) on the world tennis circuit. This is thanks largely to the Legends Cup in the Capital of Palma, which has nurtured an island of tennis players and enthusiasts. It is reflected in the burgeoning array of tennis cl... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

60. Action-Packed Experiences on a Mallorca Family Holiday: Scuba Diving
September 20, 2018


Active families with a thirst for adventure and novelty could not be served much better than by a holiday on the island getaway of Mallorca. Its amenities are incredibly diverse, with facilities for almost anything one could think of. And what could be a more exotic family adventure than scuba diving? Scuba diving is a great holiday activity to take up intensely and then put away until next year. It’s not just an adult pursuit either: instructors, packages and gear are all available for children to safely explore a totally different world. Get ready to blow their minds in Mallorca! ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

61. Bucket List Beauty: 4 of the Best Natural Attractions in Europe
September 20, 2018


When travelling in Europe, many people choose destinations in close proximity to the continent’s historical or cultural attractions. From La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona to the Colosseum in Rome, there’s no doubting that Europe is steeped in rich artistic and cultural heritage. However, there is more to Europe than these popular sightseeing spots. On offer, too, are myriad breathtaking natural attractions, dotted throughout the continent’s 50 countries. Europe is home to many UNESCO World Heritage sites, including delightful countryside, stunning landscapes, and awe-inspiring views - and... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

62. Swerve the Tourists, Set Your Sights on Spain's Lesser Known Sites
September 20, 2018


Whilst the country may be most famous for buzzing cities like Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia, a wealth of tourist-free, off the beaten track destinations are on offer in Spain. Holiday outside of these major cities and hidden gems await... Discover an authentic Spanish experience with a visit to the charming Oñati, revel in the stunning architecture of Antequera, walk the cobbled streets of Albarracín, or drink in the views from Arcos de la Frontera. Oñati An ideal location for hiking, this beautiful rural town is the perfect place to begin your off the beaten track Spain holi... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

63. Get Out and About in Gaudí's Barcelona
September 20, 2018


Barcelona is a buzzing metropolis with a unique flair; it is bursting with stunning architecture. Forget dilapidated, grey churches and ancient palaces, this joyous city has been graced with the striking work of architect Antoni Gaudí. Admired worldwide for his undeniable talent, Gaudí takes inspiration from nature in his design and the result can be seen painted across the city in his swirling stones, distorted iron and vibrant mosaic. Grab your camera and get out and about with Gaudí, following in his footsteps as you enter another dimension of technicolour and seemingly impossible structure... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

64. Beautiful Bragança: Portugal's Best Kept Cultural Secret
September 20, 2018


Want to explore the beauty of Portugal without being surrounded by tourists? Bragança is one of the country’s most underrated – and therefore blissfully quiet – destinations. Since it is a traditional, untouched area of Portugal, not only does it have some beautiful scenery but also a rich history, a fascinating culture and landmarks that are a must-see. What to Look Out For There is plenty to see and do at the village of Bragança, so it’s a great place for a day trip during your holiday in Portugal. Here are some of the places you should take the time to look out for while you’re th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

65. Inspire Young Linguists With Educational Visits to Europe
September 20, 2018


Taking your language students on educational visits abroad is a fantastic opportunity to develop their language skills. Immersing them into a foreign culture will provide them with new and encouraging scenarios in which they can practice what they learn in class. Here are three recommended destinations that are sure to provide your students with the inspiration and confidence boost they need to discover their true passion for foreign languages. Berlin As Germany’s capital, this city is home to some cultural hotspots, famous landmarks and wonderful entertainment, making it a br... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

66. A Diverse and Fun-filled Educational Trip to Bruges and Brussels
September 20, 2018


If you are on the hunt for that unforgettable educational trip, Belgium is a lively hub of activity and culture just perfect for art, history or business students. The cities of Bruges and Brussels have plenty of unique and interesting sites to visit, offering a truly inspiring learning experience for those young minds. Discover the best of Belgium from its medieval past to its chocolaty prowess… this educational trip will be one to remember. Visit Brussels There’s so much to see while you’re wandering the authentic streets of Brussels, including some impressive landmarks an... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

67. Five Texas Tourist Attractions That Should Be On Your Bucket List
September 19, 2018


You usually don’t put together ideas like Texas tourist attractions and bucket lists, but when it comes to Texas, you learn to expect anything. Then again, there is so much to explore over the vast amount of physical territory that makes up the Lone Star State, it’s not hard to wonder why some people have highlighted certain attractions they want to check out before they check out. Therein lies the problem though. With such a large state and so munch to explore, how in the world do you even begin to decide which items are worthy enough to be on your bucket list? Actually, that’s easy — th... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

68. Where Should I Stay in Méribel? Your Guide to the Resort
September 19, 2018


If you are an avid skier you have probably heard of one resort in particular in the French Alps: Méribel. While the excellent pistes have earned a status of prestige for Méribel, ski experiences are not the only things the thousands of tourists who annually come here find. An atmosphere of cheerful camaraderie, fantastic scenery and a golden opportunity to relish the company of those dear to you in a warm and cosy environment amidst the snow are but a few of the resort’s attractive aspects. The resort is composed of four villages, each one with a spirit uniquely its own. Whether you want ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

69. Planning a Trip to Méribel? Take Our Ski Advice
September 19, 2018


A typical Méribel ski season welcomes thousands of skiers of varying expertise but invariably with Olympic aspirations. Hailed as one of the best winter resorts in the French Alps, it offers conditions perfectly tailored to all skiers’ specific skiing requirements. Its 150 km of pistes alone have a good proportion of blue and red tracks, but visitors shouldn’t overlook the green and black ones, of course. Altiport offers beginners the perfect setting to put on their skis for the first time and feel confident while gliding down gentle slopes. Blue runs for intermediates are accessed throug... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

70. Pints and Pistes: Méribel's Mighty Après Scene
September 19, 2018


Even the most devoted skier needs time off the pistes, which naturally leads to the question: what does one do after skiing is over for the day? Lively and energetic people may feel terrified at the prospect of staying in a remote mountain resort cut off from civilisation. You can set aside these doubts and fears as you head to the Alpine resort of Méribel. Ski-wise it is a world-renowned winter destination, but its charms lie not only in its superb skiing facilities. Composed of four separate villages, the resort is as lively and full of life as any town, and even more so for being inhabited ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

71. Home Grown Adventure: The Best UK Driving Routes
September 19, 2018


America may be known for its long, empty highways and cross-country routes, but you don’t have to make the trek all the way across the pond for an adventure on the open road. In fact, you don’t even have to leave the British Isles. Some of the best driving routes in the world are right here in the UK. So, if you’ve got the need for speed, read on – here are the best British journeys for motor junkies. Lake District Looking for a challenge or a chance to put your motoring skills to the test? Look no further than Hardknott Pass, a route located in the Lake District that will bring you ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

72. Top Reasons for a Road Trip: Stop Waiting and Start Driving
September 19, 2018


Are you feeling an itch for adventure? Coming down with the travel bug? Obsessed with the idea of experiencing somewhere completely different? There’s no better way to satiate your desires than by taking a road trip. Still not sure? Read on – by the end of this article, you’ll be ready to get behind the wheel and drive off into the great unknown. You’ll Find New Soulmates… When you’re on the road, you’ll often meet other travellers who are like-minded souls. The connections you form with these people will be unforgettable, and often unlike anything you’ve ever experienced befor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

73. Road Trip Tips to Keep You On the Straight and Narrow
September 19, 2018


Road trips have an allure that is almost tangible. The open road stretching in front of you, the freedom to come and go as you please, the wind in your hair as you speed into the unknown… it’s an adventure you can almost taste. Before you give in to the magic of a self-driven adventure, check out these top trip tips to keep yourself on the straight and narrow. Divide and Conquer Play to the strengths you and your travel companions possess. Figure out who has a talent for navigation, who’s the best DJ, who’s got the concentration for long stretches behind the wheel and who’s the snack... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

74. Shopping or sporting arena!
September 18, 2018


Are you up for a game? If not, then you will be! Italian designer Alberto Apostoli simulates the new Converse showroom in Verona as a sporting arena… Dealing with an athleisure brand, Alberto Apostoli brings in his design sensibility that embodies the brand identity itself. The designer crafts the new Converse showroom, owned by 3A Sport, by following the thematic of a much-used-much-loved basketball court recreating the culture and social lifestyle of an old American neighbourhood - home to some of the best basketball players; Chuck Taylor, the player who made the Converse brand fa... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

75. A Bustling Events Calendar Awaits You At Ston Easton Park
September 17, 2018


There are plenty of reasons why Ston Easton Park stands out even among the many fine Country House Hotels In The UK, including the magnificence of our 18th-century Palladian mansion itself, as well as the fine cuisine that we serve and the delightful surrounding grounds and gardens. However, another powerful attraction of our luxury property in Somerset is simply the abundance of fascinating events that take place here throughout the year. Let’s introduce you to a few of them. Experience our remarkable gardens and grounds As the glorious British summer greets us once more and the talk in ... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara



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