France: things to do in the Loire Valley with kids

The Loire Valley, in central France, has a good deal to offer families. Here are a few ideas for things to do and places to…

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Three of the most visited graveyards in London

Spending time in the UK capital can be expensive. So it’s always useful to find free things to do in London. If history, literature or…

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Jamaica all-inclusive child friendly holidays: check out the gorgeous Iberostar …

When you’re choosing between all-inclusive resorts for kids, what should you look for? In my view, the best all-inclusive child-friendly holidays should be about easy…

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Things to do in Puglia, Italy: learning about Italian olive …

On a warm March afternoon, farm workers buzzed around the courtyard of Masseria Maccarone, in Puglia, Italy. The working dogs bounded out to greet us,…

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Inside the Rotterdam Cube Houses, Holland

In many ways, Rotterdam’s a straightforward city. You can see this in the prosaic names of some of its main attractions. Het Park (the park).…

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Budget-Friendly Travel Tips: 4 Free Ways to Explore London with Kids

London is a fantastic place to visit with kids because it offers both entertainment and learning opportunities. Unfortunately it is also a rather expensive city,…

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Places to Visit in Suffolk, UK if you love literature

Suffolk is a wide, varied county in the most south-easterly corner of England. It’s a chocolate box of pretty villages, countryside, and fun things to…

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Healthy living: How to stay in tip-top health on your …

How often have you returned from a vacation with a lot more than a glut of photographs and incredible memories? You also return with a…

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The Nutcracker: English National Ballet at the London Coliseum

The Nutcracker, staged by the English National Ballet at the London Coliseum, was possibly the best first ‘grown-up’ ballet for my six year-old daughter. The…

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