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Yule be in a winter wonderland

Christmas Markets are now more popular than ever before and there’s certainly plenty of choice this coming festive season...

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Absolutely fabulous, but not long enough

ANDREA McVEIGH’s first experience of an Azamara cruise was a positive one....

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Getting an emperor’s eye view...

With his dad off sampling Rome’s gastronomic delights, 15-year-old DANIEL CLEMENTS gets to grips with the some of the city’s finest historical attractions...

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To know a place you have to eat it!

PAUL CLEMENTS investigates some of Rome’s best value trattorias while son Daniel explores the city’s historic sights...

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Enough to make the mouth water... Fried Green Tomatoes in Monroe County

ANDREA McVEIGH falls for the historic grist mill, whistle-blowing trains and antique shops of the little town of Juliette as she explores the Peach State...

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