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1. Five Romantic Getaway Ideas For Your Next Anniversary
October 20, 2018


Romantic getaways are meant for the most special celebrations in your life. They sit atop all of the little trips you and your significant other take because you’re celebrating the day you both decided to be with each other for good. The last thing you want to do is put little to no effort into planning a trip with your sweetheart because it will certainly feel just that shoddily put together. Your anniversary is not just some other day, and as such, your next celebratory romantic getaway shouldn’t be like others. But if you’re not very good about putting together trips as a whole, you mi... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

2. What You Should Know About Private Hill Country RV Sites
October 19, 2018


There are few things that get our blood pumping more than hitting the open road in an old-fashioned RV for some serious rest and relaxation. If you happen to be taking your RV adventure through the state of Texas, you’ll probably be wondering about private hill country RV sites and what they have to offer over other possible destinations in the Lone Star State. Before you decide to get your RV all revved up and ready to go, you probably need to get a little acquainted with the area you’ll be traveling in. After all, while there is a bit of romance in just “winging it”, there is also the v... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

3. Sail into Fall: The Best Autumnal Cruise Destinations
October 19, 2018


Maybe in your mind you associate cruises with the summer months and sigh with frustration at the thought of having to wait till next year for an adventurous voyage. You may be surprised to know that autumn is the actually the best time for some of the most stunning cruise opportunities. Besides the beautiful colours that nature puts out, it is the ideal time to squeeze in one last adventure before winter sets in. If you are gathering ideas for destinations worth sailing to in autumn, below is a list of places that you should definitely consider. Hawaii An all-year-round favourite, Ha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Kids on Cruises: The Best Lines for Families
October 19, 2018


If you have ever dreamed of travelling to the most exotic corners of the world on a cruise ship, having kids may have reined in your once-bold fantasies. However, you will be pleased to know that you can more let your dreams roam free again. A number of cruise lines offer voyages which are catered towards families with children, with everything from fantastic kids’ entertainment to activities for Mum and Dad – all at budget-sparing prices. Read on to discover some of the best choices for an exciting and memorable voyage for you and your little ones. Disney Disney is a name th... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

5. Snow Season's Coming: Why You Should Choose A Ski Lodge Now
October 18, 2018


Depending on where you are in the country, you’ve probably already been experiencing a nice nip in the air, which can only mean one thing — ski lodge booking time. Actually, let’s be honest, no one actually does this. I mean, it would be the most ideal thing to do if you and your family were actually planning an actual ski lodge getaway during the peak season. Unfortunately, many people leave things up to the last-minute, with less than ideal results. If you are the lucky person in charge of planning your next ski lodge adventure, now is the time to get cracking on planning your trip. The... (read more)

Author: Alfred Mears

6. Europe's Top Island Hops: Unique and Underrated
October 18, 2018


Europe holds the key to many a perfect island getaway and there’s no need to revisit the same old tourist sites year after year. Take the road less travelled and discover some wonderful hidden cultural and geographic gems that have escaped the claws of tourism. Whether you crave a bit of R&R in the glorious sunshine, love exploring charming side streets and alleys, or seek adventure hiking along mountainous paths, there is a European destination perfect for you. Just a few of the wonderful places waiting for you to explore, Hydra, Corsica and Gozo have so much to offer the keen adventure... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

7. Insane Island Getaways: The Top Party Destinations
October 18, 2018


Has it been another tedious year of sitting in the library staring wistfully into the distance, picturing a long, hot, exam-free summer with your best pals? Don’t let your holiday pass you by this year with only a half-baked tan to show for it - get everyone together for an island getaway to remember forever, complete with beaches, beverages and boogieing! The Mediterranean is home to an incredible selection of party destinations, and with its naturally beautiful weather you’re most definitely in for a treat. We’ve picked the crème de la crème of Europe’s top clubbing destinations to get... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

8. Our Favourite Local Festivals in Merry Mallorca
October 18, 2018


Heading to the Balearics for a short break this year? Splash some fun into your Mallorcan holiday by planning you visit to coincide with some of the exciting local festivals, which range from traditional religious commemorations to contemporary carnivals celebrating the arts of the island. Whether you like the sound of sampling delicious traditional food, or letting your hair down to have a dance, Mallorca has the festival for you – and you don’t even have to wait for the summer as the locals love to celebrate all year round. We’ve picked out our favourites to give you a taste of what’s ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Go Off Track and Discover Mallorca's Most Beautiful Small Towns
October 18, 2018


Mallorca is a beautiful island and has remained popular among summer holidaymakers for many years. However, despite this influx of travellers throughout the peak months, many tend to disregard the hidden gems that lie further afield from the central tourist spots. Here are some of the most authentic towns and villages just waiting to be explored by those who enjoy a more off-the-beaten-track holiday experience. Galilea If you enjoy exceptional views from high mountain peaks, then the tiny village of Galilea must be added to your itinerary. Set 460m above sea level, this beaut... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

10. Festivals to Keep the Party Going in Mallorca
October 18, 2018


The Balearic Island of Mallorca is home to so much more than just sun, sea and sand. For some holidaymakers it is the festivals and the buzzing nightlife that makes Mallorca such a popular destination. Throughout the entire year the island hosts a range of diverse celebrations, so if you prefer to travel off-peak, this is a fantastic location. Here are some festival favourites that might take your fancy if you’re thinking about a Mallorca holiday… Festes de Sant Sebastia This two-week-long party happens in January and celebrates the capital’s patron saint, St Sebastian. Known as... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

11. Your Guide to Skiing in Courchevel - Whatever Your Level
October 18, 2018


Out of all the Alpine resorts to ski, Courchevel is often considered one of the greatest. Set across four villages, the resort offers a range of stunning north-facing pistes with beautiful snow, ripe for carving. Although rental chalets and hotels can very expensive in the resort, it is possible to find a deal and grab some accommodation that gives you access to the diverse array of slopes for varying levels. Beginners With plenty of inter-mountain competition between ski schools and around a thousand instructors at peak season, beginners could not be better catered for in Courchevel... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

12. Have You Considered a Self-Catered Ski Holiday in Courchevel?
October 18, 2018


Courchevel is regarded as one of the very best ski resorts in the world, boasting great snow, diverse slopes and a luxurious atmosphere. For those same reasons, though, it can also be rather taxing on the wallet. And yet, with a bit of savvy, research and preparation, there are good-value gems to be found across the four villages that make up the resort. The cheapest type of accommodation is the DIY self-catering option. Carve through the fresh snow during the day, then settle in for a cosy homemade meal at night. You can find plenty of warm and welcoming apartments that give you the cha... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

13. Courchevel: Which Village Should You Choose for Your Ski Holiday?
October 18, 2018


Courchevel is a gift for snow sports enthusiasts. The series of villages that make up the resort are centred on a few divine north-facing bowls in prime position in the Three Valleys ski area, covered with the best snow imaginable, buttressed by less acute slopes further down and lush forests at the bottom. It’s the ideal location for anyone looking for somewhere to eat, sleep and ski. Courchevel has it all: slopes for advanced skiers, those of intermediate ability and beginners too. The only issue is that everyone knows this. Not only is the resort very busy, but expensive as well. Bolst... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

14. The Boldest Bucket List: Where to Go for Adventure
October 15, 2018


We all have a travel bucket list and, if you are anything like me, you are constantly adding new destinations. There are so many amazing, unique places to visit and so little time! I’m not going to make choosing your next trip any easier because today I am sharing three of my top bucket list destinations. These are awesome places for adventure travellers to visit, whether it is hiking in the mountains, making a splash with a variety of water sports or exploring urban centres that gets your blood pumping. Australia I would be shocked if a trip down under wasn’t already on your l... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

15. Where to Road Trip in Scenic South America
October 15, 2018


Put your seatbelts on as I take you through three of the most scenic road trips in South America. Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca Avoid the tourist hoards crammed into tour buses and make the drive yourself from Cusco to Machu Picchu. Spend a few days exploring the World Heritage Site Cusco, before driving through the Sacred Valley towards the Inca site of Machu Picchu. There are so many fascinating towns and villages on the way, and you can really appreciate the stunning views when you are driving yourself. When you head back to Cusco, make sure to check out the ruins of Choque... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

16. Theme Park Thrills on an Educational Trip to Cologne
October 15, 2018


One of the most important cities in Germany’s history, Cologne is rich in fascinating historic landmarks. Its cathedrals, museums and chocolate factories make it ideal for an educational trip for students. And while all these attractions are likely to keep their eyes and ears wide open in awe, the city’s appeal does not end there. As one of Germany’s fastest developing trading centres, its modern achievements are also a valuable lesson for your class. Particularly intriguing for young visitors is the colossal theme park Phantasialand. Read on to discover Cologne’s must-see attractions for stud... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

17. Learning London's Landmarks on an Inspirational School Trip
October 15, 2018


If you are looking for a suitable place to take a whole class of students for a couple of days’ change of scene, your best option is London. A school trip to London provides young people with excellent opportunities for learning useful and interesting facts as well as having fun. As the capital of a one-time empire, the city contains myriad important historic monuments and venues and tells a story of grandeur, beauty and prosperity which invariably fascinate young visitors. Over the centuries it has given rise to or attracted some of the brightest minds of civilisation, whose legacy can stil... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

18. Discover Zaanse Schans on an Educational Trip to Amsterdam
October 15, 2018


Modern technological marvels interspersed with picturesque architecture greet groups of students visiting Amsterdam. But while the city has mostly yielded to the demands of modern day, you can still capture its spirit on an educational trip to the nearby village of Zaanse Schans. As you lead your students down the cobbled streets of the village, they won’t be able to shake the feeling that they have been thrown back to the eighteenth or nineteenth century. Numerous windmills dot the skyline, a tantalising fragrance of cookies wafts from traditional bakeries. They can stop by the various craft... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

19. Unknown Spain: Explore the Secrets of the Aragonese Pyrenees
October 12, 2018


Looking for a Spain holiday that’s a little more off-the-beaten-track? Well, if you’re a nature lover, you’ll be an even bigger lover of the Aragonese Pyrenees. Though often overlooked as a recommended tourist spot, these incredible mountains are considered the most beautiful of the Spanish Pyrenees and are definitely worth visiting. The peaks sit high in the clouds with their snowy tops visible even in the warmer months. Enjoy the beautiful verdant valleys, clear skies and natural rivers as you wander across this national treasure of Spain, making sure to visit these top spots along the... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

20. Put Some Olé in your Day: Barcelona's Best Flamenco
October 12, 2018


Spain is widely known for its beautiful flamenco dancing which has evolved from an ancient tradition into a modern art form. Today, locals and holidaymakers adore watching professionals perform all over the country, but Barcelona in particular is home to some fantastic venues where high-quality, authentic flamenco is on show. History Originating in the south of Spain, the iconic dance was formerly set to singing and hand-clapping rather than the musical instruments of today. It has also evolved into a more technical style of dance, as artists often go through intensive training befor... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

21. Bilbao: Beautiful Treasure of the Basque Country
October 12, 2018


Art and history enthusiasts will adore diverse Bilbao – it has everything for those looking for a rich and cultured holiday to Spain, and also offers exceptional dining options. What’s not to love? About the City Bilbao is located in northern Spain and is renowned for its extensive culture and range of architectural influences. If your Spain holiday takes you here, prepare to be amazed by the glamorous art culture and intrigued by the city’s more historical landmarks. It’s a place of huge diversity: full of exceptional restaurants and vast museums intermingled with traditional food m... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

22. Introduce Students to the Drama of London's Performing Arts
October 11, 2018


There is no better place on earth for entertaining Performing Arts students – that is why a school trip to London is such a fine proposition. No city boasts the gravitas, variety or weight of theatrical history that our capital does. A carefully organised tour would leave an incredible legacy on the minds of pupils already interested in the grand art of drama. The power of the West End is international, and there’s nothing like the cultural atmosphere that pervades the alleyways, cafes, restaurants and theatres to inspire schoolchildren to follow their dreams. This school trip to London i... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

23. An Educational School Trip to the Montparnasse Tower
October 11, 2018


Most people think the best place to see Paris is from the Eiffel Tower. That makes sense: it is really tall and central after all. But there is somewhere better. Looking out from the Eiffel Tower, the viewer will always miss the biggest thing on the Parisian skyline – the Eiffel Tower itself. In fact, the Montparnasse Tower observation deck gives the most complete viewing experience. For that reason it is a great place to start a school trip to Paris. The structure is a great introduction to the city for students – they can literally look down on all the great spots of cultural inte... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

24. 3 Churches to See on a School Trip to Paris
October 11, 2018


School trips to Paris can be fantastically diverse. Depending on the class or age or ability of pupils the French capital offers a dizzying range of entry points into all subjects – language, art history, history and religious education. Paris is a city that has been constructed out of the spiritual and architectural legacies of religion, of Catholicism and Protestantism; and, to a recent lesser extent, Islam. Its history has been driven by theism, which may have taken dark and violent turns but also leaves some beautiful buildings for us to enjoy today. And pupils don’t have to be ... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

25. Yarnell Arizona New Home to Gilligans Pizza and Bar
October 10, 2018


Yarnell Arizona October 2018 Yarnell Arizona is a unique town nestled in the Weaver Mountains between Prescott Arizona and Wickenburg Arizona. Yarnell features beautiful scenic mountains, great weather and tons of outdoor activities. Yarnell was thrust on the map during the Yarnell Hill fire where 19 firefighters lost their lives during the blaze. Yarnell sits above 4,000 feet and is a gateway to Phoenix Arizona and Northern Arizona. Yarnell is a destination spot for many people getting out of the heat in Phoenix Arizona along with travelers seeking beautiful scenery and numerous out... (read more)

Author: Chris Alan



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