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Family Day Out at Diggerland Kent (Review)

In Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com1 Comment

Gifted experience. If you have small children, chances are, that you have already heard about Diggerland the award winning theme park where you can operate real machines: diggers, dumpers and other machines, even little racing cars and safari jeeps. Some of them are smaller than in real life but there are also big ones, like big JCBs. Everything revolves around …

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When Booking A Hotel What Ratings Should You Pay Attention To?

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Many of us like to scour around online before committing to booking a hotel for our trips away. According to TripAdvisor’s Path to Purchase report in 2017: 33% of people around the world visit travel sites 74% of hotel purchasers check TripAdvisor With so many of us reading and checking online reviews, the question must be asked: just how important …

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10 Fun Places To Visit In Cheshire With Your Family

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This is a collaborative post. Cheshire is a lovely place to visit in the United Kingdom. It has a wonderful landscape: palatine and maritime, flanked by the Pennine uplands, partly within the Peak District National Park, to the east, it’s probably one of the most underrated beauty of the country. It is mostly rural, with a number of small industrial …

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5 Important Things To Know About Stopping Distances For Safe Driving

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This is a collaborative post. Winter and spring weather means extreme road conditions: snow, ice and rain and they make driving more difficult and require extra attention from the driver. And not just from the driver, but the car should also be in its best possible driving condition. In extreme weather conditions your vehicle’s overall stopping distances are doubled for …

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An Affordable Holiday With The Kids? That’s Child’s Play!

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Every family wants the same thing: an incredible holiday together. And, while you can pick out the destination and plan the small details, there’s still a hitch. Nine times out of ten, it’s the cost because there are four or five people to pay for at a couple of hundred pounds each. Wow, that’s a lot of cash to splash …

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A Must-Have For Little Globetrotters: Trunki Review and Giveaway

In Giveaways, Reviews, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com127 Comments

We love to travel and we usually take 2-3 longer and another 2-3 shorter holidays each year – this is now changing a bit as we’re restricted to term time only travel, but we’re not willing to give up on travel! We share our love for travel with my husband and we’re hoping that the children will grow up to …

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7 Reasons You Must Visit Iceland This Summer

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Summer in Iceland Summer is the most beautiful season to visit Iceland. The average July temperature is around 10–13 °C but it can reach as high as 20–25 °C. The island bursts with the colours of the nature: lush green mountain and hill sides, radiant blue skies await. It gets a little more drier and sunnier. Starting in July, the roads and …

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Family Travel Plans 2019: Visiting Murau, Austria

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In collaboration with Haus Agnes Guesthouse We have already planned out most of our 2019 holidays as we had to: since Bobcat is in school, we can’t just set off whenever we can – or when the prices are more reasonable. Don’t even get me started on this stupid school attendance thing, but I do believe that travel is actually …

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Eco-friendly Family Holiday in Terres de France – Le Domaine du Moulin Neuf

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Our last summer holiday, which we booked fairly last minute, took us to Normandy and Bretagne having never actually visited that part of France. It’s quite an easy drive for most families from England, especially if you live in the South East like us, taking the ferry from Portsmouth to Cherbourg where we stayed for a night then next day …

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5 Most Picturesque Road Trips in Australia

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I have lived in Australia for over a year not so long ago and I keep planning to visit again, especially the places where I used to live: the Gold Coast and Brisbane as I absolutely loved it there! I found it not only beautiful and I mean some parts truly, breathtakingly gorgeous, but I also loved it for it’s …