Place Your Bets: Watch Out for the Cheltenham Festival Results

Do you have plans over St. Patrick’s Day weekend?

Why not enjoy a sports event? The Cheltenham Festival, one of the biggest events in racing, is happening from March 10 to March 13. That’s a long weekend where everyone can enjoy a healthy competition amongst the English, the Irish, and everybody in between!

Cheltenham Festival Results
Cheltenham Festival Results

Dozens of events await racegoers and first timers alike. Every year, this big racing event doesn’t disappoint. It looks like this year won’t be any different. In fact, it’s definitely shaping up to be just as interesting and fun as the last! Continue Reading

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Montenegro becomes a popular superyacht destination despite remote access for suppliers

The remoteness of Montenegro in South-eastern Europe makes it a challenging destination to deliver superyacht supplies to, however more and more yachts are choosing to cruise there. Montenegro has become a popular base for charter activity in the Adriatic, particularly for superyachts cruising in Dalmatia.

Lake in Durmitor National Park by Wikipedia
Lake in Durmitor National Park by Wikipedia

Mike Shore, executive director at Berba, a leading wine supplier explained, “Despite Montenegro’s growing popularity, flight connections remain limited and there are no direct flights from large cities such as London or Nice. This makes it a very exclusive destination, but also makes it very difficult to ship goods to Montenegro, particularly at the last minute.” Continue Reading

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Classic Paris Tourist Sights

Paris has long since been a popular tourist destination for its culture, fashion, art and food. With some of the most amazing monuments in the world all clustered around the city centre, it is easy to see why people continually travel to the city of lights. Here are some of the classic tourist attractions that draw so many people to the city every year.

Disneyland Paris
Disneyland Paris (photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

Eiffel Tower

All around the world, you will find plenty of monuments and buildings that have been named after great monarchs, generals and businessmen. It is very rare to find such an iconic landmark that is named after the architect who built it. Continue Reading

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Show your Support of Equality: Limerick Pride

The city of Limerick is an appealing choice for many who wish to escape the humdrum for a day or two. While many will be heading here for the museum’s history and natural beauty, that’s not all that Limerick has to offer this summer.

Limerick Pride
Limerick Pride

Ever since its humble beginnings 13 years ago, Limerick Pride has gone from strength to strength, providing visitors with an annual carnival that creates an awesome atmosphere as well as a serious message. By booking a room at one of Travelodge’s Limerick hotels, you can be part of the show this year, revelling in the vibrancy and diversity that Pride provides. Continue Reading

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Take to the Water in Tenerife

Cool yourself off with a water-based adventure as part Canary Island holidays, giving you the chance to experience something fun-filled and thrilling as part of your break. The availability of cheap Tenerife holidays means that you can spend your hard-earned cash on day trips, activities and excursions, filling your retreat with unforgettable memories.

Anaga Massifs
Anaga Massifs (photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

When it comes to the water, Tenerife is full of awesome options. While the pools within your resort are usually excellent and a dip in the ocean is just a short walk away from most hotels, booking an activity or trip can inject a little more adventure into your Tenerife holiday and, with so much to choose from, you’re going to be spoilt for choice. Continue Reading

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Pre-Ski Preparations: The Family Shopping List

Skiing and boarding are awesome…fact. Well, that would be the opinion of people who have tried and loved the sports, anyway. The summer may be in full swing but the winter isn’t too far away and while some may opt to book a late deal, now would be an ideal time to take a look at the French ski holidays available for you and your family, so that you know what sort of price you’re looking at.

Ski in France
Ski in France

Whether you choose to ski in France or elsewhere, what you should be packing to take with you stays pretty much the same, for every member of the family. Unless you know people who ski and board themselves, as a beginner you’ll have no idea of what to shop for prior to your departure, so to make things easier, here’s some of the essentials for you all: Continue Reading

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NEW Albania Tour With Balkan Road Trip

Balkan Road Trip ( / 0845 257 8289) is launching a brand new two-day Albania add-on to its existing Croatia to Greece Pass tour. Running from 11 May – 5 October, the two-day add-on will take travellers to UNESCO-listed Gjirokastra Old Town where travellers can visit its castle that overlooks the town as well as an ethnographic museum.

Blue eye spring in Albania
Blue eye spring in Albania

After spending the night in Gjirokastra, guests head on to a local village and the Blue Eye Spring near Saranda, en route visiting the Mesopotam Monastery. In the afternoon, the tour moves on to Butrint National Park, another UNESCO heritage area and is where guests will spend the last night.

Combine this with the three-night Croatia to Greece Pass which creates a transit tour from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Corfu, Greece. En route travellers will stop off at some of the least explored jewels of Albania and Montenegro including the UNESCO-listed walled city of Kotor in Montenegro, Albania’s capital Tirana with its lively nightlife and low prices, the Turkish town of Berat and the fascinating Roman colony of Butrint. The Greek island of Corfu is a great finish to this tour, with guests able to stay for as long as they wish after the tour ends. The three-night Croatia to Greece Pass starts from £219 per person and the two-day Albania add-on costs from £135 per person, which includes a specialist tour guide (Albanian and English speaking), transport & driver and accommodation (hotels throughout) on a bed and breakfast basis.

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Where to go next, Italy?

Italy inched closer to reality this week, as Pier Luigi Bersani, the nominal winner in last month’s vote, was refused by leader of Five Star Movement (M5S) Beppe Grillo in a demand for jointly forming a new government.

The Colosseum in Rome
The Colosseum in Rome

Italians voted on Feb. 24 and 25 without producing a clear winner, leaving a stalemate involving center-left leader Bersani, independent party leader, former comic Grillo, and center-right leader, three-time Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, with each controlling a block of votes too small in senate to be able to form a government without help from one of the other rivals. Continue Reading

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Rome in a weekend

When you’re planning a city break with kids, the trick is not to book too long a trip. There is plenty to entertain children in a fascinating city like Rome, but all children have their limits on how many museums and architectural wonders that they can take.

Three nights in Rome would seem like an ideal length of time for a trip with the children. They can be wowed by amazing sights like the Vatican and the Coliseum and enjoy great Italian food and ice-cream.

Of course, as well as seeing all the major sights like the Campo de Fiori, Piazza Navona, the Spanish steps and the Trevi Fountain, there are certain places that really appeal to children.

For example, while you’re at the Vatican, as well as seeing the museum there and viewing the Sistine Chapel, join the line to climb up the Cupola – it’s worth the wait and the kids will get a thrill out of it.

When visiting the Coliseum, make sure you get a guide that knows you have children in your party, and is able to make the tour as interesting for them as for the adults in the group. A walking tour to include the Pantheon, Capitoline Hill and the Forum is perfect, as there’s enough moving between sites to avoid any chances of the kids getting bored.

Explora is a Roman museum specifically designed for kids. The whole focus is about children being interactive, touching and learning as they go along. There isn’t a set programme, the museum is self-guiding, and is set around themes of environment, communication, science and culture. There’s even a kitchen area so that kids can join in cooking classes, but be sure to book ahead.

Whatever you decide to do in Rome, make sure that there is plenty of fun stuff for the kids included in the itinerary or you might regret buying all those cheap flights to Rome when you could have left the children at their grandparents and had a romantic getaway with your partner instead!

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Fun things to do in Devon with the kids

When you think of going on holiday to Devon images of beautiful beaches, coastal walks and time by the sea or on quiet estuaries come to mind.

Devon Tourist Destinations
Devon Tourist Destinations

However, while that’s true, there are plenty of other things to do in this beautiful south western county. Here we’ve a few examples of places to spend a day with the kids away from the beach while you’re on holiday in one of the most picturesque counties in England. Continue Reading

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Barcelona – great for a week or a weekend

Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in Europe, and it’s easy to see why. For many people, Barcelona is only an hour’s flight away and with many of the budget airlines offering cheap flights there, it’s the kind of place that you can visit for a weekend, even though it has enough to keep a holidaymaker entertained for much longer than that.

Palau Nacional
Palau Nacional (photo courtesy of Wikipedia)

When you are planning Barcelona Spain holidays, think about what you want to see before you go, as depending on the time you have available you may have to choose only a certain number of sights or attractions. Continue Reading

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Top Extreme Activities In Mallorca From Mallorca Farmhouses

The idyllic Balearic island of Mallorca is known for its calm Mediterranean waters, quiet sandy coves, sleepy little villages and majestic mountains. But for families or couples who are after more of a ‘thrillaxation’ holiday, accommodation specialist Mallorca Farmhouses have put together their top extreme sports and activities on the island. Be prepared for action!

Mallorca Holidays
Mallorca Holidays

This adventure is guaranteed to get pulses racing and is ideal for children aged 12 or over. It’s the ultimate wet and wild day out as instructors guide you on an exhilarating journey abseiling off huge cliffs, swimming through caves and scrambling along rocky coastlines. Available year-round, Mallorca Farmhouses work with Experience Mallorca who offer half-day excursions from €50 per person to include all protective kit, wetsuits, buoyancy aid and transportation. Continue Reading

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