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Full of charm and steeped in history

With a salute to the Bonnie Blue Flag COLIN McALPIN visits Richmond, capital of the old Confederate States of America...

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A SIGHT TO REMEMBER!

A night’s sleep small price to pay for Northern Lights... BY NIGEL HEATH

BING bong, bing bong, the tannoy chimed in our cabin at 3am on an icy cold Wednesday morning in March. “Good morning everyone this is just to let you know that we have a category three sighting of the Aurora Borealis immediately above the ship, announced Richard Sykes, our Cruise Director, brightly.

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Having a Dickens of a time...

This month PETER McGREGOR EADIE walks in the footsteps of the great Charles Dickens in his native Kent...

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High notes in the Deep South

ANDREA McVEIGH goes on a short road trip through America’s Deep South, world famous for its music and musical icons, space rockets and America’s Civil Rights movement...

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Blue skies all the way in Algarve

Wall-to-wall blue skies across the Algarve is making it easy for bargain-hungry tourists to take advantage of recession-driven price cuts. Contributor BRIAN McCALDEN reports from sunny Albufeira...

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    Inveterate road-tripper MICHAEL BEATTIE - more at home driving hundreds of miles across the United States - experiences his first ever ‘settled’ American holiday… IN 1881 Hamilton Disston went...
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    Northern Ireland Travel News’ Editor BRIAN OGLE sampled a luxurious Thames River Cruise with Bateaux London… What better way to enjoy the sights of London than to escape the exhaust fumes, hustle,...
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    ANTHONY LYDEKKER heads to Hungary and explores the beautiful capital - Budapest… FIRST impression in Budapest: the Danube. We London folk (well many of us) are proud of the Thames – but the Danube...
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    ROBIN NOWACKI recently visited South Korea with a group of UK travel agents. It’s a land which is becoming increasingly popular with tourists… SOUTH Korea is a fascinating unique and industrious...
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  • CULTURE, HERITAGE AND HISTORY CULTURE, HERITAGE AND HISTORY
    ANDREA MCVEIGH visits the Stafford Hotel and finds out why it’s one of the best hotels in London… WHEN it comes to location in London, the SW1A postcode has the best claim to culture, heritage,...
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    ANTHONY LYDEKKER visited the former capital of Poland ahead of the celebration for World Youth Day in 2016… THE former capital of Poland for over 500 years, Krakow will be in media spotlight for the...
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