Why the north Norfolk coast is a great place for nature-loving families to visit

On the eastern side of the UK, jutting out into the north Sea, lies north Norfolk. This mainly flat, coastal area was often the first…

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Stepping back into Tudor history at Mary Arden’s Farm in Shakespeare’s England

Mary Arden was William Shakespeare’s mother, and she grew up in a farmhouse in Wilmcote, near Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England. The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust now own…

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Weird and wonderful places to sleep with your family

Have you ever wanted to sleep somewhere a bit different?. The most unusual sleeping arrangement we’ve found ourselves in, was in a Welsh shepherd’s hut.…

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Crystal Ski childcare at Passo Tonale ski resort, Italy

“We’ve gone out on an adventure, and we’ll be back at 4.30pm. Love, the Crystal Ski childcare gang.” It was day two of our family…

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Passo Tonale Italy: one of the best ski resorts in Europe for a family ski trip

Passo Tonale ski resort is one of those places that oozes family friendliness. The place is part of Pontedilegno-Tonale, a ski zone on the border…

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Family ski resorts: our Christmas ski trip to Passo Tonale, Italy with Crystal Ski Holidays. A review

Passo Tonale in Italy is widely regarded as one of the best family ski resorts, when you’re looking for a good value ski resort, and…

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Travel experts pick the best destinations for winter sun

If you’re fed up with cold, grey days and want to bathe in some blissfully warm sunshine, a winter sun break might be order. But…

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Goodbye to 2017 from the Pigeon Pair and Me

A very merry Christmas to all of you! This will be our final post of 2017, as we’re taking a break from the blog. It…

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The unwritten rules of the London Underground

The London Underground is a fearsome place. Its first line, the Metropolitan, opened in 1863. So the Underground train system – also known as the…

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