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Self-made package holiday: July from £142.10*

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Welcome to the self-made package holiday: July. Yes, yes – I know it’s June. But you have to have a little time to plan! Are you new to travelling independently, or have you been out-savvying the holiday shop for as long as you can remember? Either way, we thought we’d take on some of the hard work for you, and …

Sophie GackowskiSelf-made package holiday: July from £142.10*
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Little learners: 5 child friendly holiday destinations that make learning fun

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I grew up near the city of St Albans in Hertfordshire, which was once the Roman settlement of Verulamium. I have a lot of childhood memories of trips to see The Roman Theatre of Verulamium, or the archeological findings in the Verulamium Museum. I remember one day when I could hardly contain my excitement because I “found” a piece of a …

Guest AuthorLittle learners: 5 child friendly holiday destinations that make learning fun
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Meet Gareth Metcalf, owner of Rose Apartments in Edinburgh

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Continuing our series in which we meet and introduce you to some of our holiday home owners, today we are meeting Gareth Metcalf, owner of Rose Apartments in Edinburgh. Sitting in the city’s New Town area, Rose Apartments is a newly refurbished and renovated holiday home, perfect for exploring the Scottish capital. Whilst Edinburgh might not immediately spring to mind … Gareth Metcalf, owner of Rose Apartments in Edinburgh
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Road trip: Mudeford, Dorset

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For a while now Mudeford seems to have been talked about far and wide: photos and likes popping up on my Facebook page; articles in magazines and newspapers; friends raving about their visits. As part of a series of ‘road trip’ posts I am going to be writing I decided to find out just what is making this pretty Dorset …

KirstiRoad trip: Mudeford, Dorset
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The world’s greatest outdoor cinemas

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What do cinema screens require in order to work properly? Darkness. What does the night sky have lots of? That’s right – darkness. Cinema and the outdoors are a marriage made in a heavenly sky pin-pricked by constellations. Movie-goers the world over love outdoor cinemas – even Britain has them. For the ultimate al fresco movie experience, however, you’ll need …

KaiThe world’s greatest outdoor cinemas