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The 5 Best Budget Holidays for You

Whether you sell all your unwanted CDs, DVDs and games, on a site like Music Magpie, or give up some of life’s luxuries for the next few months, if you scrape together only few extra hundred pounds, there are some great budget holiday destinations available - which could be the perfect way to recharge your batteries and reinvigorate you mind.   Here are our top 5 budget holidays, [Continue Reading]

5 Things to Consider when Hiring a Car on Holiday

When you go on holiday, it is important to make the most of your time away. In addition to a bit of rest and relaxation, managing to see all of your chosen destination’s highlights is probably on your to-do list. Rather than rely on public transport or potentially expensive taxi fares, hiring a car gives you the freedom to explore at your own pace, even if driving on the other side of the [Continue Reading]

5 Great Canyon Rapids

Here are the top 5 rapids for your white water outdoor adventure: Lava Falls Rapids – The Dangerous One Colorado River Running A Rapid Photo Credit Some consider Lava Falls the fiercest white water rapids in the entire Grand Canyon. You’ll need a top notch team in fit condition for this monster. Bring a towel – you’re going to get a little wet. Crystal Rapids [Continue Reading]

How to Prevent Weight Gain on Your Next Vacation

It can be hard not to gain weight while you are on vacation. All you want to do is eat everything in site. Moreover, smells from bakeries might be luring you with the seductive scents of sugary, doughy baked goodness. I mean, isn’t that the point of going on vacation? Yet, if you are serious and diligent about staying on a diet it is important to do so even when you are on vacation. This [Continue Reading]

5 Things Students Should Know About Studying Abroad

If you’ve got an adventurous spirit and a desire to see the world, there may be no better experience in your entire life than studying abroad during college. Whether for a single semester or an entire year, you’ll leave your friends and campus behind to head across the ocean, seeing life as the locals do at a foreign college. You’ll have the chance to brush up on your language [Continue Reading]

5 Must-See Attractions When Visiting the Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are essentially where true vacationers go to vacation. If you live in Miami, this is where you go to get away from the hustle and bustle of city life. Located about an hour from Miami, the Florida Keys are like a tropical oasis that seems like a world away when you visit. Crystal blue waters, bright white beaches and the some of the best tropical weather in the world – the [Continue Reading]

5 Must-See Attractions in San Diego

Tucked along the Pacific Coast in Southern California lies one of the most magical vacation destinations. With excellent weather and tons to see, San Diego makes a perfect destination for your next summer getaway. And whether you are going solo or with the family, San Diego has fun for couples and parents with children alike. This city, which is the second largest in California, and is about a [Continue Reading]

Traveling With Children: 5 Ways to Reduce Stress

Traveling with children can be stressful – there is no doubt about it. They’ll be whining, crying, throwing temper tantrums everywhere you go. So if you are planning a trip out of town this summer or are arranging a family vacation, it is important to find some ways to reduce the stress. One of the best ways to do this is to find preventative measures so that the vacation can be as [Continue Reading]

The top five piano bars in the world

There is little more pleasant than settling down with a drink while listening to good music. For many years, people have gone to bars to enjoy the company of friends and relax. Piano bars have long been a favourite place to obtain some relief from the daily the stresses of everyday life. If you like to go to piano bars to wind down then you will want to know where to find the best. You probably [Continue Reading]

Europe’s Top Three Cultural Rail Holidays

European countries share a lot in common: a currency, thousands of years of culture, and easily navigable rail networks. The close proximity of countries and efficiency of Europe’s rail system make exploring easy and planning holidays even simpler; companies like Great Rail Holidays make it as simple as clicking a button once you’ve decided where to go. Here’s a [Continue Reading]