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PROUD CITY ONCE AGAIN A MAJOR TOURIST ATTRACTION

Warsaw, soon to be connected to Belfast by a new air route is revisited by ROBIN NOWACKI

ON THE 1st of September 1939 when Nazi Germany launched the Blitzkrieg on Poland my father was in Warsaw and witnessed the first civilian carnage of what was to become World War Two.

As a newly commissioned pilot in the Polish Air Force – with no aircraft to fight the invaders - he escaped - ultimately to serve with distinction for Britain both in the RAF and SOE.

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THE MOST ROMANTIC PLACE IN THE WORLD... SURELY!

Dazzling, intriguing and fascinating, ANTHONY LYDEKKER spends a week in Venice to find out just what it is that keeps people going back…

VENICE is surely the most dazzling, intriguing, fascinating city in the world. And one that has had so much written about it over the centuries.

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Affordable luxury in ‘Auld Reekie’

By Brain Ogle

IT was so long since I had been in Edinburgh I had forgotten how beautiful the city centre is.... there can't be many capitals in the world with such a jaw-dropping vista from the main street.

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NEAR PERFECT HARMONY!

By PATRIC BAIRD on board Harmony of the Seas…

ROYAL Caribbean has a brand new addition to its 25-strong fleet – weighing in at 226,963-GRT and with a length of 1188 feet, Harmony of the Seas is not only Royal Caribbean’s largest ship, but it is currently the largest cruise ship ever built.

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OUT FOR A DUCKS!

Northern Ireland Travel News’ Editor, Brian Ogle, recently visited the family-run Ducks Hotel in Kilspindie

I have always prided myself on an acute, natural sense of direction and scoffed at those who need a sat nav to go the local takeaway.

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