Archive | February, 2013
backpacking

How to prepare for backpacking

If you’ve just finished your ‘A’ Levels or need a break from the world of work, you have plenty of options. You could go to university, study from home, try and set up your own business or, to broaden your horizons, perhaps go on a gap year. Gap years are very popular because they offer […]

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Liverpool

Places to explore in Liverpool

If there was a city that had a mix of old and new architecture that complemented each other perfectly, had a unique character, endless landmarks and plenty of cultural activities, would you visit it? Liverpool has all that and more, but if you decide to head to the city, what should you see and do? […]

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Mont Blanc

Ski holidays in Mont Blanc, France | Sledding, snowboarding and Veloski

If you are looking for a destination for your next skiing holiday here is a suggestion regarding the French Alps and the French-speaking side of Mont Blanc. Savoie Mont Blanc where all the new trends in snow find their ideal space. Let’s start with La Plagne where the Colorado Park offers a brand new ski […]

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Villach Austria

Austria in winter | Villach and Lake Ossiach

The name of the city of Villach often used when dealing with travel by train or car passing from the Austrian border to advance towards the old Eastern Europe. Villach is located in the south of Austria, near the border with Slovenia and along the route of the major roads leading to Graz and Ljubljana. […]

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Motorhomes

Bypassing the Hotel on Your Trip Requires Insurance

On the road, parked in a campground, visiting your relatives in another state? You need motorhome insurance. It’s not enough to tack your new RV onto your existing automobile insurance policy. For one thing your RV is more like a home away from home where you keep things that you would not keep in you […]

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Times Square Valentine's day

New York is ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Times Square, Manhattan

The event is Valentine’s Day, Love. The city is New York, the center of the world. The place is Times Square, one of the landmarks of lower Manhattan; hard to find the most recognizable icons. On the 14th of February, all in Times Square will be there to make a declaration of love, to renew […]

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Templo De Debod Madrid

Romantic Trips to Spain – Not Just for Valentine’s Day

There is something about Spain; maybe it’s the relaxed atmosphere, the warm climate or the host of beaches, great restaurants and activities. You don’t have to wait for Valentine’s Day to take your loved one for a getaway to Spain, with cheap holidays to Spain; you can make every holiday a romantic one. Visit La […]

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Marsa Alam Resort panoramic

Marsa Alam | Discovering the Red Sea

Marsa Alam was until a few years ago a small fishing village on the west coast of the Red Sea (Egypt), 270 km south of Hurghada and 132 km from Quseir. In recent years following the opening of the international airport it has grown rapidly to become a popular tourist destination. Inhabited until recently by […]

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Tel Aviv

First day in Tel Aviv

As promised, TripandTravelNews arrived in the Promised Land. Our blog tour begins in Israel from Tel Aviv, the secular and worldly, full of life and desire to interact city, as explained to us the blogger Ido Kenan with whom we had dinner on the first night. In fact, Tel Aviv has another face; even just […]

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Penguin mini statues

Australian nature | Phillip Island and the Penguin Parade

Phillip Island is known around the world for its motor racing circuit which annually hosts some of the biggest races in the world. Few know it instead for the natural paradise that actually represents it and the variety of animal species it houses. This small island connected to the mainland by a bridge that connects […]

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