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Car Servicing Tips Before Planning A Driving Holiday

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Planning a driving holiday We have a driving holiday to be booked for August, we’re only waiting for some school news to finalise it. Our plan is to drive from London to Brittany  – and maybe pop down to Disneyland too. Planning a long car journey requires a lot of planning if you’re having 2 small children aboard. The stops, …

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Hotel Le Provencal Villefranche-sur-Mer Review

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Villefranche-sur-Mer our happy place Villefranche is our happy place: our favourite place with my husband, we have visited almost every year ever since we are together. It’s a charming, utterly beautiful fishing village near Nice on the French Riviera. We’ve already been with Bobcat, but as a family of four – this was our first visit. It’s got a gorgeous …

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The Only Guide You Need To Help You Book That Trip Of A Lifetime

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Ever feel like you get to the halfway point of the year and wonder where the time has gone? You are not alone. Rewind back to new year. You were full of anticipation for the year ahead, perhaps wondering what you were going to do with the next twelve months of your life. Perhaps you had plans. Maybe you knew …

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Alice Holt Forest – The Highway Rat Activity Trail

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Alice Holt Forest We have just visited this fantastic new trail in Alice Holt Forest, dedicated to Bobcat’s current favourite book: The Highway Rat. Alice Holt is about 30-40 minutes drive from South West London where we live. It has great walking trails for all ages and capabilities, including the new Highway Rat Activity Trail and our old favourite the …

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Britain’s Most Beautiful Gardens

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Britain is home to some of the most beautiful gardens – from The Alnwick Garden (including the Poison Garden) to the grounds of Kensington Palace. For this article, I’ve teamed up with Oldrids and Downtown, retailers of stunning conservatory furniture to get you in the mood for the sunny days in our own beloved gardens, to discover some of the …

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World Cup of Food – Which Country Is The Culinary World Champions?

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World Cup of Food – Which Country Is The Culinary World Champions? Travelling the world, you are afforded the opportunity to taste the national dishes of numerous countries. All of which are delicious and can only truly be appreciated when cooked on home soil – but what is the best national dish? As the eyes of the world will be …

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Guest Post: Flying With A Baby – Everything You Need To Know!

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This is a guest post by Hayley from Life As A Butterfly Flying with a baby – Everything you need to know! I have learned a lot in my first year as a mum! Most new parents quickly come to terms with everyday aspect such as which tog sleeping bag is best, which first foods to introduce or how amazing …

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10 Seaside Locations From Famous Movies You Can Visit

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Ever wanted to feel like a movie star? Hunting for filming locations are for the hardcore movie fans, but if you’re choosing a holiday destination for your next holiday, it’s always good to know what interesting things are around to visit. Walking in the footsteps of Leonardo Di Caprio, Sean Connery or Julia Roberts always offers a fantastic photo opportunity. …

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Tips On Staying Relaxed At The Airport When You Are Delayed

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Tips On Staying Relaxed At The Airport When You Are Delayed Being delayed can be a really frustrating thing. It can make us feel stressed because we do not want to be there and we could be in a hurry to be elsewhere as well, which could make things even worse. Therefore it can be a good idea to have …

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Eating Out in Lido de Venezia

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We have visited Venice about a month ago, back in March 2018 and we stayed in Lido de Venezia. We wanted to see this famous piece of sandbar which was one of the first places in Europe to embrace the bathing culture. The Golden Island became famous worldwide as The Lido and from the roaring 20’s onwards, was the place …