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Review: Visiting Jupiter Artland, Edinburgh

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In early June we have been lucky enough to visit Jupiter Artland near Edinburgh. We were staying nearby in resort hotel and this was a day trip. We were also very lucky having great weather, so we really enjoyed our time spent outside with lush greenery and thought-provoking art. About Jupiter Artland For Jupiter Artland is an outdoor art gallery: …

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Avoid These Common Stress Triggers While Travelling

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If you love to travel often, you will already be well aware of many of the common stresses that can occur as part of that kind of experience. Travel is a great way to expand the mind and make the most of life, but it is not something that is simply always fun. Even the most enjoyable trips are usually …

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Planning a Trip to Atlanta? Don’t Miss Out on These Places

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This is a collaborative post. The city of Atlanta is one of the most popular cities down south. It’s been the centre of everything. Military conflicts and cultural movements. Not only that! This city even hosted the Olympic games. Besides all this, this city is undoubtedly one of the favourite tourist destinations. Atlanta has a bit of everything, whether you …

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Review: Solent Spa Hotel Fareham (Hampshire)

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3 weeks ago, as soon as hotels opened up after. the lockdown we headed down to Portsmouth and decided to book a few nights in Fareham’s Solent Hotel which is only 10 minutes drive to Portsmouth. The pool and spa being open and functioning on a reasonable booking needed basis sealed the deal to book a family room. Location Fareham …

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Things to Do in Hampshire: Visiting Jane Austen’s House

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Last weekend we just wanted to get away and decided to book a hotel in Hampshire; not actually far from where we live in South-West London: about an hour and a half drive. Now that lockdown is finally lifted and we can travel – at least in the UK! – again, we try to see as much of it as …

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Visiting the Lost Gardens of Heligan

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The Lost Gardens of Heligan is probably the one of the most successful and greatest garden restoration project. Heligan Gardens is almost 200 acres and restored in a Victorian garden style. The Heligan Estate is managed using both historic and sustainable techniques. Keeping traditional breeds of animal and bringing age-old rural crafts back to life. Because of the mild Cornish …

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What’s Open in Blackpool After Lockdown Is Lifted

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This is a collaborative post. With the easing of lockdown many of the main attractions in Blackpool reopened their doors on the 12th of April. However due to the fact that there are still a number of restrictions in place these are limited to attractions that are in an outdoor setting. Attractions currently open include: Blackpool Pleasure Beach Blackpool Zoo …

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What Can’t Be Missed When Traveling To Moscow?

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This is a collaborative post. I don’t know what will flash in your mind when mentioning Russia? Is it the domineering Putin, the resounding nickname of the “battle nation”, the vodka that must have a glass of vodka, or the familiar “Katyusha”? Russia is indeed a good place to travel, whether it is historical sites, museums in Moscow, St. Petersburg, …

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Our Post-Lockdown London Must Visit List

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In collaboration with Hotels.com, but all views are my own. I’m sure I can speak for most of us: we all have a must-do and must-visit list in our head put together what are we all going to do when this lockdown ends. For us, there are lots of things of course: the children’s extra curriculum activities they love like …

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Must-Visit Temples and Shrines in Tokyo

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This is a collaborative post. Tokyo, which was largely influenced by Buddhism is known for having some of the most beautiful temples and shrines in the world. They have their distinct features and therefore, such a visit is well worth it. So, here is a list of must-visit temples and shrines in Tokyo to add to your itinerary! You can …