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Why You Should Spend New Year’s Eve in Dublin, Ireland

There's plenty going on for Dublin New Year's Eve. NYF Dublin is a three day festival running from 30 December 2014 to 1 January 2015. The Procession of Light starts at Dublin Castle at 6.

The Best Places to Buy a Holiday Home

The 'Where to Buy: An International Holiday Home' infographic by the holiday home insurer Schofields reveals the best places to buy a holiday home to achieve the highest return on investment. Many purchasers base buying a holiday home on being able to at least cover their costs by renting out the property when they're not using it.

Well Done East Coast Trains

On the 4th of November I was booked on the 16.22 Cross Country train from Berwick upon Tweed to Edinburgh, aiming to get the bus to Edinburgh airport and catch my flight to London Gatwick with a connection to Thessaloniki, Greece. I'd left plenty of time (or so I thought) for any possible mishaps/delays, including getting to the airport 1.

Street Art in Bratislava

When I'm exploring a city, I'm always on the lookout for interesting street art. The first batch of street art which I spotted in Bratislava was around the pedestrian access to the Novy Most (New Bridge). For me, the best street art in Bratislava was behind St Martin's Cathedral, north off Panska.

Photo Tour of the London Film Museum – Bond in Motion

Although I'm not the greatest aficionado of the Bond movies, the series of films is an integral part of British culture. As I had a relative working at Pinewood Studios in the 1970s, a highlight of my teenage years was gaining access...Show More Summary

Why You Should Look Into Buying Property in Mallorca

The island of Mallorca lies in the Mediterranean Sea, just off the north-east coast of Spain. Roughly the same size as the county of Kent, the island is blessed with stunning beaches, plenty of nature reserves as well as amenities like golf courses (that are up there with Spain's finest). Show More Summary

Camden Art Centre London

Camden Arts Centre is located close in Arkwright Road, near the Finchley Road Underground station in London. It focuses on contemporary visual art and education. The building started life as Hampstead Central Library in 1897.

Visit the Poppy Installation at Tower of London Before It Ends on 11 November 2014

The 'Blood Swept Land and Seas of Red' installation at the Tower of London, featuring 888,246 ceramic poppies, will be on display until 11 November 2014. I visited today. Quiet contemplation wasn't easy with the hordes.

Review of Ibis Edinburgh Centre South Bridge

I stayed at the Ibis Edinburgh Centre South Bridge for one night in early June 2014. I originally booked the Ibis Budget Edinburgh Park priced at £35 a night on an unrestricted rate (which could be cancelled without penalty up until 2pm on the day of arrival). Show More Summary

How to Own Your Own Ocean View in the UK

Given the beauty, quality and diversity of the coastline in the United Kingdom it will be of no surprise to anyone if you have fantasised about owning your own ocean view, because really, who hasn’t? For many, the cost of such a venture...Show More Summary

Barcelona’s Best Markets

When travelling it’s not all about buildings and monuments; although a great part of sightseeing, we all know one of the best ways of getting to know a city is through its markets; which mark its culture, gastronomy and style of living. Show More Summary

Review of RE London Shoreditch Hotel

I stayed at the RE London Shoreditch for two nights in late May 2014. I was searching for a hotel in the Shoreditch/Hackney area to be to close to the Aegon Retiready event which I was attending for my personal finance blog. I booked the hotel around ten days in advance of my stay through lastminute's 'Top Secret' hotels.

Staying Connected While Travelling

Innovative improvements in technology mean fast internet connections no longer require a physical wired connection. Mobile technologies and broadband have transformed the travel industry and revolutionised travellers’ experiences. But how do mobile devices and broadband impact travellers’ behaviour and where do you find cheap broadband deals?

Edinburgh Airport’s New Lounge Should Aspire to Having Toilets

I won two United BusinessFirst return tickets from Edinburgh to Chicago in a business card prize draw. These tickets offered us free-of-charge access to the new Aspire Lounge in Edinburgh Airport prior to departure. As our flight departed mid morning, we were looking forward to breakfast in the Aspire lounge.

KLM Celebrates Its 95th Birthday

KLM, the Royal Dutch Airline, celebrates its 95th birthday this month. Since 1919 KLM has been flying passengers all over the world. Fifty five thousand passengers per day are transported to destinations as diverse as Copenhagen, Istanbul, Cape Town, Beunos Aires and Vancouver.

Review of the Roxburghe Hotel in the Scottish Borders

We stayed at The Roxburghe Hotel near Kelso in the Scottish Borders for one night in September 2014 on a complimentary basis. The hotel is located around three miles south west of Kelso. The public areas are very impressive.

Private Islands in the Mediterranean

For some luxury travellers the priority for a vacation isn’t just a sea view, but exclusivity and privacy are very important features too. If you’re among these ultimate luxury enthusiasts, take a look at the following private islands...Show More Summary

Should You Arrange An Airport Transfer?

In the good old days of package holidays, the return transfers from the airport to your hotel, a suitcase in the hold and a meal on the plane was usually included in the price. Now, so many elements of package holidays have been stripped...Show More Summary

Photo Tour of the McManus Galleries in Dundee

The McManus Galleries, one of Dundee's most distinctive landmarks, was built in Gothic Revival Style.The gallery and museum, which opened in 1876 as the Albert Institure, was closed to the public for four years between 2006-2010 for major renovations. Upon entering the building, I was drawn to the stained glass windows in the Cafe.

Why Soller is a Great Base for a Holiday in Majorca

Soller, in the north west of the Spanish island of Majorca, is a great base for a holiday, especially if you like walking. Soller Soller's town centre has lots of cafes, bars and restaurants. Soller Town Hall We did a circular walk from Soller to Fornalutx along minor roads and footpaths.

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