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Plaza Mayor of Madrid

Madrid, both the capital and Spain’s largest city, is nothing if not grand. Wander the streets and you will come across gentile townhouses, elaborately worked balconies, towering columns and ornately carved porticoes. The timeless ambience is nowhere more apparent than in the city’s elegant squares and historic buildings, which have hundreds of years’ worth of

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5 Tips for Hong Kong Tutors

Whether you are just starting out as a tutor in Hong Kong or you have been teaching for years, it is wise to periodically look at your work habits and see if there is a way to streamline your activities. Software can assist with lesson planning and keeping a schedule of your daily activities is

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Best cities in Scandinavia and the Nordic region

Scandinavia is a gorgeous region in northern Europe, known for its rich culture and stunning landscapes. Countries that are part of this region include Demark and Norway – and these nations are home to some of my favourite cities in the world. When it comes to travelling around this part of the world, Finland is

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Los Angeles: between Beverly Hills and Hollywood

Even if you’ve never driven the streets that connect Hollywood to Beverly Hills, you have surely heard their names in films, novels and songs. Santa Monica Boulevard and Sunset Boulevard are the stuff of legend. Both Hollywood and Beverly Hills are home to the stars, and famous TV and movie actors, directors and producers have

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How to Find the Cheapest Airline Tickets

As ticket prices for air travel continue to climb, the pursuit of inexpensive flights has become a full-time endeavour. But booking your ticket doesn’t have to be stressful if you know the tricks to finding the cheapest flight around. For example you can search Low Cost Holidays by Travel Republic Ireland for a start. Anyways, these 11

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Nicosia: Sunshine & History Under One Sky

Cyprus definitely holds something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for a Paphos poolside break to lap up the rays, or an all-night party in Ayia Napa, you’ll find everything you’re looking for on this island. However, there’s more to the shimmering beaches than meets the eye. On the flipside is Nicosia with its rich culture

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Things To Know Before Going On A Hiking Adventure

There are many steps that a person can take before going on a hiking adventure, and by following all of these tips, a person can ensure that their hike is particularly safe and enjoyable. The Area A person should know the area in which they are hiking. If a group is hiking in a large

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Traveling 101; Be Safe

“Learn from your mistakes” is a common refrain, but sometimes we need additional reminders. Here are some of the most common backpacker errors and oversights, and how to avoid them: Not researching Nothing is worse than getting off an overnight bus at 5:30 am with no idea where you are, where you’re going, or how

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Airport Parking – It Needn’t Be a Worry

A lot of people out there are very wary of using airport car parks when they are heading off on their flight. Maybe it is safety concerns, or pricing worries. However, airport car parks are safer, and cheaper, than you may think. Take Bristol airport parking for example. Bristol has some fantastic prices for parking,

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Benalmadena

A bounty of Benalmadena activities

Benalmadena, situated in Spain on the Costa del Sol, is a great location for a summer holiday because it boasts so many different landmarks and attractions. Whether you enjoy history, modern day architecture, or even being active throughout your holiday, Benalmadena is a vacation to suit anyone. When booking with the efficient and affordable Co-op

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Australia’s Best Wine Regions

Australian wine is known as some of the very best wine, and for good reason. The wine industry is very important to Australia, via production, employment, tourism and export. In fact, Australia is the 4th biggest exporter of wine globally, with more than 750 million liters leaving the country each year. There are several wine regions in

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Have the holiday of a lifetime: take a family gap year

It is becoming more and more common for families to feel stuck in a rut, daily pressures are at an all-time high and the current economic situations mean people are looking for a way out. With this in mind families are increasingly choosing to take a family gap year. A family gap year is when

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Ibiza: The Holiday Choice of the PM

Ibiza may be renowned as being a mecca for clubbers and a top party destination, but that’s not all that this Balearic gem has to offer. Despite being a relatively small island, Ibiza is one of the most popular European destinations for thousands of Brits – even the Prime Minister.   If it’s good enough

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