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1. 5 Vacation Destinations Sure To Please The Entire Family
March 20, 2019

With Spring Break nearly behind everyone, the next big break both kids and parents are looking forward to is summer break. Not only do you have a completely different kind of weather to contend with, but you also have a whole new batch of vacation destinations to choose from. The crazy thing is that as often people go through this cycle of vacation periods, you’d think that everyone would have the process of choosing a place to visit down. Alas, this is not the case. Choosing from any number of vacation destinations can actually be more stressful than you could imagine. In fact, travel in... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

2. The First Timer's Guide To Staying In Vacation Rentals
March 20, 2019

If you travel often, you find that navigating the changing world of the travel industry isn’t too tough, especially since you’ve seen just about everything. Still, even the most seasoned travel veterans find themselves feeling like noobs when it comes to changes as significant as those of vacation rentals. Whereas hotels were once king in terms of accommodations, vacation rentals have become the “it” thing in the industry. Vacation rentals, unlike other types of lodging, can really be made up of just about any variation of lodging you can think of. Some are very laid-back home settings an... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

3. What Every Traveler Needs To Know About Red River New Mexico
March 20, 2019

If you’re a fervent explorer of this great country, you’ll know that you can travel for a lifetime and never come close to seeing the whole of the United States. You are, however, the person to ask about little places some might be missing out on, which would likely include Red River, New Mexico. Red River, NM is an amazing town in the southern Rocky Mountains. One of the main reasons that Red River seems to maintain a bit of a low profile is because to the southwest of Red River is Taos, which is one of the premier winter destinations in the U.S.. To the southeast, you’ll find Angel Fire... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

4. From Land to Sea: Animals in the Canadian Wild
March 20, 2019

Canada holidays usually evoke images of a getaway in the midst of a colourful, bustling city, or visiting the famed Niagara Falls. However, you will be surprised to know that it is also the ideal destination for an unforgettable wildlife adventure, where you can watch majestic whales and bears in their own natural habitats. You can set out on a whale-watching excursion across the wilds of Vancouver Island, accessible from the city of Victoria in the country’s British Columbia region. At the Pacific Rim National Park in Tofino, you can have your own Man-Versus-Wild moment by encountering ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Canada Fly Drive Breaks: Holidays for Independent Adventurers
March 20, 2019

Do you find yourself yawning with boredom when you read yet another holiday package that includes group tours and all-inclusive meals? You are not alone. Many independent travellers want the freedom to choose their own itinerary, and design a bespoke getaway for them to enjoy peacefully in their own company. If you are an independent adventurer, you will not regret heading out on a ‘fly drive’ break to Canada. Why Choose Fly Drive? If you book your getaway with an experienced travel advisor, all the flights on your route will be sorted out, and you may also be offered a luxury hire ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

6. Whales and Foxes and Bears, Oh My! Explore Canada's Arctic Wilds
March 20, 2019

Canada is a country famous for its wildlife, and although the average holidaymaker might not know exactly where to find it, many Canada holiday packages offer the chance to get up close and personal with the country’s stunning creatures. Read on to learn more about some of the amazing animals you’ll find in the Arctic north. The Best Time to Visit The word ‘Arctic’ is likely to conjure up images of howling gales and sub-zero temperatures – it’s no secret that Canada can be brutally cold, and you’d be forgiven for preferring to stay somewhere warm... Luckily, there’s no need t... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Black, Brown and White: A Guide to the Bears of Canada
March 20, 2019

Though Europe might have been home to impressive creatures many centuries ago, most of today’s Brits have to travel great distances in order to see large predators in the wild. This is one of the reasons for the growing popularity of trips to the wilds of Canada: holiday packages allow visitors to explore and safely observe some seriously extraordinary animals. If you’re planning a holiday to the fascinating regions of Canada, you should probably familiarise yourself with the three main types of bear you’re likely to find. Read on to learn more about polar, black and grizzly bears. ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. More Than Just the Skiing: Off the Slopes in La Plagne
March 19, 2019

If you are wondering what your family can do in La Plagne, especially if they are not skiers themselves, you will be thrilled by the range of entertainment offered off the slopes. Not everything in this resort is about skiing; there are many other activities which can make it an interesting getaway for everyone in the group. To begin with, you can enjoy the snowy sights of the area by staying in one of the La Plagne chalets, which is a wonderful experience in itself. Want even more ideas of what else there is to do? Read on! Children in Wonderland For the younger ones in the family,... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. La Plagne: A Ski Heaven for All Abilities
March 19, 2019

Imagine yourself in the perfect ski resort. You would glide through several skiing pistes with varying difficulty levels, savour the stunning sights of nature, dine at sublime restaurants and then recharge for the next day by retiring to a picture-perfect chalet. La Plagne offers all of this and more. It has a plethora of different slopes, all with varying difficulty levels. This is especially suited to groups of skiers with different abilities, ensuring that no one feels left out because they have just learnt to ski or bored if they’re looking for a challenge. Different Abilities, Diffe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. A Family Friendly Ski Holiday in La Plagne
March 19, 2019

Many skiers planning a family holiday face the following travel dilemma: is it better to choose an adventurous ski resort where you can practice your favourite sport, or a more relaxed destination to keep the less outdoorsy members of your brood happy? Luckily, now you don’t have to choose. La Plagne is nestled amidst the majestic Alps and spread out over ten purpose-built villages, all offering you a fantastic skiing experience. As most of the accommodation areas are traffic free and have highly accessible lifts, staying in one of the many available La Plagne chalets an ideal choice for all a... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Top 2019 Events for Culture Lovers in Malaga
March 19, 2019

Malaga is a space filled with food, music, sun and a love for life. Even just walking down the street or going to one of the many restaurants and cafés will allow you experience it. To properly delve into the culture of a place, however, it is best to plan your holiday around specific events that allow locals and tourists alike to engage with ancient and contemporary customs. With a range of these occasions happening all around the region, and Malaga Airport transfers straight to them available around the clock, you’ll find that it’s never been easy to dive into your holiday. Gastronomy Fe... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Escape into Nature in Amsterdam's Gorgeous Green Spaces
March 19, 2019

Amsterdam is a city renowned for the splendour of its architecture, its glistening and ubiquitous canals and its diverse history and culture. In recent years, another reason it has become one of the most popular destinations in Europe is its natural beauty, present in the many parks and botanical gardens that fill in the gaps of the city and give a vital, life-affirming peacefulness only achievable through the celebration and preservation of nature. For those holidaymakers wanting to avoid concrete jungles, Amsterdam’s green spaces may be the answer. Hortus Botanicus The Hortus Bota... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Discover Art with Heart in Magical Malaga
March 19, 2019

Malaga, which lies on Spain’s southern coast is a city well known for its rich culture and artistic history. Besides being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, who is perhaps the most famous artist of the twentieth century, the city is dotted with museums, galleries and other areas of creative intrigue – hidden gems glistening under the hot Spanish sun. To discover the very heart of Malaga pasted onto a canvas or moulded into clay, here are a few hotspots to get you started. Centre Pompidou The first on the list is the Centre Pompidou, one of the most innovative and unique cultural buil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. Before You Go: Fast Facts About Dalaman
March 19, 2019

Dalaman is a beautiful Turkish town in the Aegean region, famed for its coastlines, culture and extensive history. It’s also renowned for having the largest airport in the region and, with Dalaman Airport transfers to the surrounding areas available, it has become something of a hub from which to explore the southwestern coast of Turkey. Here are a few quick facts to get you familiarised with the resort. Geography Dalaman is known for its strong associations with the natural world and the beauty emanating from its untouched wildlife. The town is located in between the sea and the mo... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Barge Holidays in France Fit for the Whole Family
March 19, 2019

Are you looking for a family friendly adventure abroad that isn’t the usual do-nothing beach getaway or city break you always choose? I’ve got the solution you’ve been looking for: barge holidays in France. Not only do river cruises give you the opportunity to visit more than one city on a single trip (and, in turn, expose your children to more culture and history), they also incorporate exciting stops with activities and excursions that are fun for all ages. If you’re in search of a trip that will allow you to spend quality time with the whole family while still getting in the adventure ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Barge Holidays in France: The Cheeses You Need to Try
March 19, 2019

What would you say if I told you there was a way to flawlessly combine sampling a variety of cheeses with a relaxing voyage down a river? For any culinary connoisseur who loves the finer (tasting) things in life, this is likely to be a dream come true. Book on to one of the available luxury barge holidays in France to experience this for yourself. There are lots of options that cater to foodies and, as France is renowned all over the world for the various sensational cheeses that originate there, it’s no surprise that this a popular food on these cruises. This type of holiday is the ideal... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. UNESCO World Heritage Sites to Visit During Your Barge Holidays in France
March 19, 2019

Barge holidays in France are often filled to the brim with history – and for good reason. The country has had an incredibly historically- and culturally-rich life, and because of that, there are many physical remnants from the past that remain to this day. Among the most interesting are those that are UNESCO World Heritage Sites… and there are two in particular that I’d be amiss not to recommend. Barge Holidays in France to… the Abbaye de Fontenay The Abbaye de Fontenay, founded in 1119, was originally home to Cistercian monks and is a beautiful representation of the self-sufficiency... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Cruise Away Your Winter Blues: Top Winter Cruises
March 19, 2019

As the days get colder and the nights get longer it’s almost impossible not to dream of getting away from the miserable winter weather and sail away into the sunset. There are many advantages to cruising in the colder months, and many fabulous destinations to be visited. Take advantage of cheaper prices, fewer people and a more relaxed crowd of travellers while aboard a cruise. And the benefits don’t end there – you can soak up the sun in hotter climates with comfortable temperatures, and you can enjoy more secluded spots and quieter tourist attractions. Grab your suitcase, sun cream and ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. The Top 3 Areas for Student Accommodation
March 18, 2019

Home to some of the world’s top universities, the UK capital is a popular destination among international students. However, the high quality education is not the only thing that catches the attention of young people from all over the globe. When it comes to student accommodation, London has an amazing selection, so whether you’re looking for the best bookshops, the trendiest bars, an afternoon of culture or just a great place to eat, you’ll be sure to find it in this city. Southbank Located on the bank of the River Thames, Southbank is one of the city’s most well-known culture centr... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. The Mysterious Taulas of Menorca
March 15, 2019

When you’re renting a villa in Menorca while on holiday, your mind is probably more focused on beaches and seafood than prehistoric culture. But beneath Menorca’s picturesque exterior, there’s a whole lot of history. And on this island, history might be right under your nose. Menorca’s Taulas Menorca is one of the few places on Earth where you can see taulas, the T-shaped megalithic structures that have been standing for close to 3,000 years. Found everywhere from Ciutadella in the west to Mahón in the east, they are immensely important cultural symbols for the island. For those plan... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. The Language of Menorca
March 15, 2019

When visiting Menorca, you may come across a tongue you’ve never heard before: Catalan. Though Menorca technically belongs to Spain, its traditions, culture, and language are very different from that of the mainland. The flourishing and advancement of this language was the life project of one of Menorca’s most famous figures: Francesc de Borja Moll i Casasnovas. A Ground-breaking Linguist Francesc de Borja Moll i Casasnovas was born in Ciutadella, Menorca’s second-largest city, in 1903. Borja Moll began his formal education at the Seminary of Ciutadella, studying Latin and the human... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Spotting Butterflies in Menorca
March 15, 2019

The island of Menorca overflows with plant and animal life – so much so that in 1995 it was declared a biosphere reserve, a special designation that protects and conserves areas with outstanding natural biodiversity. When you stay in a villa in Menorca, you’ll probably see a lot of species you’ve never seen before, whether they’re flying through the air or crawling along the beach. A Colourful Surprise The most eye-catching of Menorca’s natural treasures is the large and diverse population of butterflies. You might catch a glimpse of colourful wings while on a hike through the gorge... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. Alaior's Fiesta de Sant Llorenç
March 15, 2019

With its narrow, winding side streets and whitewashed houses, the town of Alaior is Menorca at its most picturesque. The stunning town centre with its medieval feel, along with the nearby beach resorts of Son Bou and Cala en Porter, make Alaior a popular destination for visitors. Alaior is liveliest in the summer, when tourists are flocking to Menorca for a bit of Balearic sun. Those who visit in August and rent a villa near Alaior will be treated to a special spectacle: the town’s annual fiesta to honour its patron saint, Sant Llorenç. Alaior and Sant Llorenç Menorca being a ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. Menorca's Elusive Wild Orchids
March 15, 2019

If you’re visiting Menorca in springtime, expect to find an island in full bloom. Across the countryside and along cycling paths, a vibrant display of colour comes to life in the form of scarlet poppies, yellow buttercups, and blue cornflowers. Among the fields of wildflowers that carpet the island in the run-up to the popular summer season, you may get the chance to glimpse one of Menorca’s shyest but also most beautiful residents: the wild orchid. The Allure of the Orchid The orchid family is one of the largest families of flowering plants in the world, with some 27,800 species ac... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Three Ways to Explore Faro and Soak Up the History
March 15, 2019

Today, the Algarve's capital is often famed for its beaches and sun-soaked streets, which have an alluring charm despite their ramshackle appearance. Built into the stone walls of the old town is a rich historical tapestry that captures the imagination. Once a booming Roman port then the cultured capital of an eleventh-century kingdom (and notably the home of Portugal’s first printed works), Faro has a fascinating story to tell. Explore some of the city’s main attractions to discover its captivating history. Historical Gems at Every Turn in the Cidade Velha A great way to start your ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

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