Travel Guest Post: Finland

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  Heading to Helsinki? Lucky you! Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is a true gem of a city. It has the cosmopolitan feel, stunning architecture and interesting sights of a bigger city, yet it is compact enough not to feel overwhelming. If you are exploring Helsinki on your own, make your first stop the Helsinki City Tourist Information Office, which…

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Book: JOIE DE VIVRE Winning, Dining, and Romancing Like the French

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At this moment, I am mentally sitting in a café in Paris, admiring the Louis Vuitton clad French Women dressed in all black as I sip a latte. Do you also need a French escape? Check out: JOIE DE VIVRE Winning, Dining, and Romancing Like the French (Thomas Dunne Books; $24.99; ISBN 1-250-00456-X:). Harriet Welty Rochefort, an American who married a…

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Travel: 3 Things To Do in Europe Right Now

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If you find yourself in London for the holidays, you find limitless adventures awaiting you. If this is your first time here are 3 stops you cannot miss and will keep you entertained: London Eye Tickets The London Eye is a giant Ferris on the banks of the River Thames in London, England, erected in 1999. The entire structure is 135 metres (443 ft) tall and the wheel…

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Travel Guest Post: Top 3 Luxury Hotels in the South of France

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France is known in the world as being famous for its well-known tourism spots. Lots of visitors visit every year and enjoy the sights and culture Parisian life has to offer. No holiday in the southern region of France would be finished without detecting the suitable luxury hotel that will have your senses know what it feels like to be…

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Travel Guest Post: Driving Expeditions in Europe

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Driving expeditions make for some of the best holidays. They are very good for strengthening relationships and for families with children the bonding experience provided is often unparalleled. Very often the only difficulty faced on these expeditions is picking a destination that will offer a joyous experience for everyone involved. Whilst African safaris and South American rainforests are the most…

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Travel Guest Post: 5 Luxurious Destinations for Getting Away

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London A world unto itself, the UK’s capital has eclectic neighbourhoods and lots of famous landmarks.  Your first visit (as you will definitely want to come back for more) can include visits to the Tower of London, the National Gallery, and the British Museum. There are always a number of West End (London’s answer to Broadway) musicals on, and for…

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Travel Guest Post: Top 5 Golf Courses in Tenerife

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Tenerife and golf fit like a glove (excuse the pun), the year-round warm weather and long hours of sunshine give the ideal environment to practice your swing. The beautiful volcanic landscape and impressive Mount Teide give a stunning back drop to the courses designed by world-famous golf architects such as Dave Thomas, Seve Ballesteros and Pepe Gancedo.   Golf del…

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Travel Guest Post: 5 Great Cities for Sporting Fans

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1.   Melbourne [The MCG: what a place for a sports fan to spend Boxing Day] The initials MCG can only mean one thing to cricket fans: Melbourne Cricket Ground. This is the place where test matches are held in the sweltering heat of an Australian Boxing Day – an event which makes 100,000 fans interrupt their festive celebrations to attend…

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Travel Guest Post: 4 Reasons to Holiday in Sorrento

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How not to fall in love in front of the magnificent panorama of the Sorrento Peninsula? There are many reasons to fall in love with Sorrento. The first reason is the food. Although seemingly simple, the dishes of Sorrento are the result of imagination and estrus of local people who have taken the ingredients of the place and have reworked…

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Travel Guest Post: Scenic Weekends in The Cotswolds

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One of the most unspoiled and beautiful areas in England, the Cotswolds are an expanse of rolling hills that span six counties in the heart of the country. This picturesque area was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in 1966 and is the largest of these protected landscapes in England. With an approximate area of 2,000 square kilometres,…

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Travel: Le Village Arc 1950

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Le Village Arc 1950 features eight luxury ski-to-door residences in France in the Paradiski area make the perfect ski weekend getaway with all the comforts of being in your own space. The traditional stone and timber Alpine design of the buildings are set with a white snow backdrop and majestic mountains in the quaint valley, with a car-free  environment and…

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Travel Guest Post: Top 5 Reasons to Visit the UK

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  The landscape The British landscape offers spectacular scenery and is therefore definitely the number one reason of why to visit the UK. There are some places in the UK that are worthwhile visiting such as Richmond Park in South West London. The park was originally established by Charles I in 1637 and it was known to be a hunting…

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Travel Guest Post: Seaside Fun at Great Yarmouth

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The UK was once home to dozens of thriving coastal resorts, which grew rapidly in popularity following the construction of rail links from inland cities during the 19th century. Urban workers flocked to the seaside in huge numbers, establishing new traditions such as donkey rides on the beach, the building of sandcastles and the devouring of huge globs of ice…

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Travel: St. Moritz Badrutt’s Palace Hotel

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Each year mouths begin to water and toes start to tap as Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, the Grande Dame of St. Moritz, releases its winter calendar of parties and festivals. The hotel is the ideal destination getaway in either winter or summer with it’s unrequited charm and refined luxury. The Palace hotel has 135 guestrooms including 35 suites with stunning views…

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