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10:51am Monday 21st July 2014
11:06am Monday 23rd June 2014
WHILE slowly digesting the mountains of meat meze that had been arriving at our table for the last hour, a smartly dressed Cypriot man approached our table on the patio: “The parents of the baby girl would be delighted if you joined them for a drink and a dance after your dinner,” he said.
3:27pm Monday 9th June 2014
PRIOR to travelling to Vienna, my only real knowledge of the city stemmed from my love of Carol Reed’s 1949 classic noir thriller, The Third Man, which sees Joseph Cotton unfurling the mystery surrounding the disappearance of his friend Orson Welles in the Austrian capital.
11:54am Monday 2nd June 2014
Cycling around the picturesque streets of Styrso, an island in Gothenburg’s southern archipelago, the cool sea breeze whips through my hair and provides much-needed relief from the soaring heat of the sun.
3:16pm Thursday 15th May 2014
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10:13am Tuesday 6th May 2014
The Trevi Fountain may have been deserted when Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck filmed their iconic scenes in Roman Holiday, but today, the cosy square where the Baroque masterpiece resides is awash with tourists.
10:46am Monday 28th April 2014
11:30am Tuesday 22nd April 2014
IT was hard to say goodbye to No 8, my trusty two-wheel companion. For five days we were pretty much inseparable, exploring the glorious surroundings of Italy's beautiful Veneto region by pedal power.
11:13am Monday 27th January 2014
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10:04am Monday 6th January 2014
STROLLING back to my room, munching on an apple, I bumped into a couple of strange fellow guests. A wild boar and her youngster shuffled on the path in front of me, sniffing around for fruit which the hotel staff had left out.
4:37pm Thursday 2nd January 2014
3:53pm Monday 25th November 2013
3:43pm Tuesday 19th November 2013
HAVE no idea if Danny Kaye ever visited Denmark when he sang about Wonderful, Wonderful Copenhagen all those years ago, but after an all-too short break in the capital I have to say his verdict is spot on.
3:24pm Monday 4th November 2013
It's pitch dark and I'm flat on my back on a frozen lake in the middle of nowhere. Above me, it seems that almost half the sky is lit up with a sash of minty-green light that appears to ripple and dance.
3:33pm Tuesday 29th October 2013
5:28pm Tuesday 22nd October 2013
KeyCamp have holiday parcs in a number of European countries, so I was spoilt for choice, but eventually I picked the popular La Croix du Vieux Pont in the Berny Riviere area of France, about an hour away from Paris.
12:57pm Monday 23rd September 2013
1:07pm Tuesday 17th September 2013
NEW hotels can boast of having a bar built around a national monument. But rather than being made from bricks and mortar, the treasured centerpiece of Masseria San Domenico’s al fresco dining area is a living, photosynthesising organism.
1:10pm Tuesday 17th September 2013
6:02pm Monday 2nd September 2013
While the bright lights of Los Angeles and the cosmopolitan hipster hang-out of San Francisco get most of the attention, Mark Bridges found another city, San Diego, which is more than worthy of a visit . . .
5:32pm Tuesday 27th August 2013
6:08pm Monday 19th August 2013
It is such a long, long time since I have sat by the beach as darkness descended that I had no idea of the excitement which would erupt when the setting sun slipped beneath the Atlantic waves in our quiet Cornish bay.
5:41pm Monday 5th August 2013
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5:47pm Monday 22nd July 2013
5:45pm Monday 22nd July 2013
It’s hard not to fall in love with Beatrix Potter's charming children’s stories: Naughty Peter Rabbit getting caught in Mr McGregor's garden, the very busy Mrs Tiggy-Winkle working hard to wash and iron everyone’s clothes, and the determined Jemima Puddle-Duck, so desperate to hatch her own eggs.
10:30am Tuesday 16th July 2013
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5:35pm Monday 27th May 2013
If you’re old enough to be reading an article about holidays with kids, chances are you’re old enough to remember Noel’s House Party. When the Saturday night TV ratings winner reached its peak in the late 90s, one enterprising Somerset country estate signed up to become the ‘House’ of the ‘Party’. It proved to be a costly mistake.
6:01pm Monday 20th May 2013
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5:38pm Monday 29th April 2013
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3:10pm Tuesday 2nd April 2013
Since Christopher Columbus encountered the Virgin Islands on his second voyage to the New World in 1493, waves of visitors have followed his lead and sailed through this precious chain of more than 40 islands, islets and cays in the Caribbean Sea.
5:47pm Monday 11th March 2013
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4:31pm Monday 28th January 2013
6:20pm Monday 14th January 2013
A beautiful country house perched in the hills of North Yorkshire, with delicious food served by a personal chef, doesn’t really sound like the setting for a boot camp. But throw daily eight-hour training sessions with two soldiers into the equation and a stay at Lifestyle 247 quickly becomes hard work.
5:31pm Monday 7th January 2013
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