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California – a bucket list for the Golden State
California, my personal favourite destination in the USA, possibly offers the widest diversity of anywhere on the planet, let alone any other US State, both in terms of its geographical make up and its man-made attractions. Where else can you find warm beaches, stunning sunsets, huge mountain...
 
Short stay: Whatley Manor, Malmesbury, Wiltshire, UK
Whatley Manor, situated three miles from Malmesbury in a sleepy corner of Wiltshire, was purchased in 2000 and painstakingly restored and brought back to its former glory by the Landolt family. This traditional country house hotel was converted from a 19th century farmhouse and opened in 2003...
 
How to save hugely on flights so that you can splurge your holiday £s on the more exciting things!
I was recently made aware of a great website and cheap flight deal finding service for flights departing the UK and Ireland – it's called Jack's Flight Club. When I say cheap, I don't mean saving a few quid – I mean saving hundreds of pounds on long-haul flights to some very attractive...
 
Ride the open roads of the US and Canada
What better way to explore the open roads of the US and Canada than on a motor bike? Imagine the curves in the Rocky Mountains, the long straight sections of Route 66, or biking the Big Sur on the Californian Coast. There are three ways to organise this. You can rent a motorcycle and head off on...
 
Experience the best of the world's top destinations with this amazing new app
Imagine experiencing Barcelona with an actor, who is also a professional tour guide, at your own pace with an amazing new app. Tourpal is a new worldwide audio tour application that offers just that. Not only does this Barcelona tour include 25 points of interest, but it's also especially...
 
The world's most innovative, imaginative hotel system: Hyperloop Hotel
Imagine no longer having to fly to your chosen destination, but instead enjoying a smooth transit system between hotels in top cities. Maybe by 2020 you can, if the imaginative, innovative Hyperloop Hotel becomes a reality. Hotels linked by a hyperloop transit system The award winning Hyperloop...
 
6 top tips for a perfect weekend in Washington, DC
Washington, DC may be best known to international visitors as the capital of the U.S. and home of the White House, which will soon have a new occupant, but its many museums and memorials make it a popular destination for U.S. residents as well. Since the city is often hot and humid during the...
 
Luxury train travel in North America
North America owes much to the early railroad companies who straddled the country back in the 19th century encountering seemingly insurmountable problems with weather and the native populations. Today we can sit in huge comfort sipping a glass of something cool and delicious as the spectacular...
 
Discover fine handicrafts in Ecuador's Azuay Province
Southern Ecuador's Azuay Province is one of the most important and richest tourist areas in the country. Its capital, Cuenca — proclaimed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO — is a charming Andean city characterized by its red-tile roofs and narrow streets in which time seems to have stood still....
 
Top 5 business class cabin buying events of 2016
When airlines set business and first class fare levels too high, flyers stop buying. Carriers use business class buying events, where fares are quietly slashed 80% or more for a few days, to fill unsold seats. Once the buying event ends and seats are sold, fares typically move higher once again....
 
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