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Explore the Top Tourist Sites of Evora

Residing in a rather elegant position at the center of the sun-kissed Alentejo province of Poretugal, there is Evora which happens to be one of the most enchanting as well as oldest cities. It came into prominence under the rule of the Romans. This t...

Top 3 Things to Explore Sydney with Kids

Being appreciated and applauded as one of the most scenic and stunning cities in the world. However, this city is also replete with kids’ tourist sites and many sites of outdoor adventure. So if you are planning a family vacation in Sydney with...

A cosy weekend in Copenhagen – win a weekend break

There’s been a lot of talk about Hygge recently, the Danish word for those feel-good moments when you are snuggled up in front of the fire with a glass of mulled wine, or meeting friends in a café with candles flickering. If you’re cons...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 18, 2016

Top 5 Tourist Sites of Regensburg

Regensburg is located almost in the northern corner at the course of Danube, where it connects with River Regen and is passable to Black Sea. Back in history this was a vital cultural and trade spot, however today medieval landscape of Regensburg is...

Top 10 Canada Moments – from Toronto to Montreal

This summer we adopted an motorhome, or RV as they are known in Canada, and spent two weeks driving from Toronto to Montreal. ‘Monty’ as we fondly named the RV, took us on many an adventure, from bear spotting in Agonquin to farmer’...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 14, 2016

A Mom’s Guide to Pest Control and Prevention

A mother wears many hats. She plays a vital role in a family. A mother’s unconditional love definitely gives a firm foundation in her family. They raise and take good care of her children. She is also responsible for the different household chores.
by Manila Reviews on Dec 9, 2016

6 tips for better Wildlife Photography

If you’ve been watching the latest David Attenborough moments in Planet Earth II, you may be wondering how you too can photograph the illusive snow leopard or soar with the eagles. While most of us won’t get the chance to film tigers i...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 9, 2016

Best Three Sites to Explore in Auvergne

The countryside of Auvergne is known for its scenic beauty and makes up for a great relaxing vacation spot. Even though this place is popular as a French vacation zone, the tourism of this place isn’t that developed at it is expected to be. Thi...

40 Favorite Crochet Afghan Patterns to Download

Contest Favorites 40 Crochet Afghan Patterns to Download  The 40 afghans in this download are all completely different from one another. The afghan patterns are for beginners all the way up to a more advanced crocheter. There are several di...
by Craft drawer on Dec 8, 2016

Explore the Best Attractions of Oban, Fort William

The busy and the vibrant town of Oban are located at a covered bay in Kerrera Island, which is 49 miles towards the south of Fort William. Right from the Victorian times this town have been said to be one of the most prominent resorts of Scotland and...

Christmas in Coburg: discovering the seasonal magic in Germany

The woodsmoke wafts from the bratwurst stall in the Coburg Christmas market, drawing a patient queue of people. For these aren’t just any sausage, they are the famous Coburger Bratwurst, made with the seasoned blend of beef and pork and coo...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 6, 2016

Best places to explore in Melk

The quaint Melk town is situated at the junction, where River Danube meets Wachau Valley and is one of the best scenic places that you can explore. This place is popular for the huge Benedictine Abbey, which is a wonderful monastic abode in Austria.

3 fab boutique hotels in Bristol – and what to do when staying there

Living in Bristol I often get asked for recommendations on the best places to stay as well as what to do in my lovely home town. For travellers who enjoy taking short city-breaks, I believe that the choice of hotel is a big factor in how you expe...
by Heather on her travels on Dec 2, 2016

Foodie adventures on our Canadian Road Trip – Ontario and Quebec

Our road trip this summer took us through Canada from Toronto to Montreal, eating the freshest of Canadian produce and trying the many craft beers (once the RV was safely parked of course!). We tasted our way through gourmet burgers and poutine, co...
by Heather on her travels on Nov 30, 2016

Inspired by Bristol artists at the Affordable Art Fair

“Buy what you love” is the advice of Bristol artist Abigail McDougall when it comes to investing in original artworks, like those she paints in her studio in Jamaica Street, Bristol. With Bristol’s Affordable Art Fair coming up nex...
by Heather on her travels on Sep 2, 2016

Inspired by Bristol artists at the Affordable Art Fair

“Buy what you love” is the advice of Bristol artist Abigail McDonnall when it comes to investing in original artworks, like those she produces from her studio in Jamaica Street, Bristol. With Bristol’s Affordable Art Fair coming up...
by Heather on her travels on Sep 2, 2016

A summer day cycling in Dorset on the Jurassic Coast

With the end of the summer in sight I took a day to go cycling with my daughter in Dorset, one of England’s prettiest counties. We tried one day of Headwater Holiday’s Jurassic Coast Cycling route which would normally take 5 days to exp...
by Heather on her travels on Aug 31, 2016

7 reasons to take a river cruise with Avalon Waterways

I’d always enjoyed my holidays in Austria, but on my Danube river cruise with Avalon Waterways, I think I fell in love with Vienna most of all. I was seduced by the rich architecture and culture of Austria’s capital, for centuries the ...
by Heather on her travels on Aug 28, 2016

5 cool neighbourhoods you can’t miss in Lisbon

Lisbon is divided into districts and each one of them is special on its own way. Some of them are more traditional, others are more modern. Some of them are fancier, others are more adventurous. And together they transform Lisbon into what it is. In...
by Heather on her travels on Aug 24, 2016

Ski Area Management .

Buy –Edited for the North American Ski Resort Industry. Published bimonthly, it covers technical engineering data lifts, snowmaking, oversnow vehicles; also market and research data; plus material on the many component disciplines involved, such as...
by Sports items of great need on Aug 21, 2016


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