Fort Lauderdale

Oct

26

2016

Fort Lauderdale

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Rebecca Underwood reveals Florida’s best kept secret. Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, only 12 miles from the hustle and bustle of Fort Lauderdale, is a quaint and tranquil town of approximately 1.5 square miles and oozes with that old Floridian charm. Located on Florida’s Gold Coast with the glittering waters...

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Voyage of  discovery

Aug

23

2016

Voyage of discovery

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Tom Flint heads to Guernsey for a gastronomic journey. When you think of great food destinations Guernsey might not be at the top your list. However, with more and more of us looking at domestic holiday destinations, this little island has a lot to offer the food-focused traveller. Cobo Bay I spent...

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A smashing break

Jun

29

2016

A smashing break

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A relaxing and creative time awaits Sue Gilson as she learns to ‘throw a pot’. Throwing a pot was something I just assumed I would have attempted by now. Sue Gilson on a pottery holiday So how was it that, although I had dabbled in printmaking, painting, photography and other creative pursuits...

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Explore the world

Mar

31

2016

Explore the world

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Alex Jenkins looks at what festivals should not be missed in Central America. Unusual Festivals Across Central America Central America’s annual festivals reflect ancient traditions while embracing new modern customs, resulting in fascinating quirky events. Here are a few of them… Chocolate...

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My favourite things

Feb

9

2016

My favourite things

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Jeannine Williamson decides not to ‘climb every mountain’, instead enjoying The Sound of Music during a river cruise. Let’s start at the very beginning, a very good place to start… early afternoon sun shining on the twin towers of Passau’s St Stephan’s Set against the backdrop of the Cathedral,...

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A bit of luxury

Nov

26

2015

A bit of luxury

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Alex Jenkins looks at two exceptional hotels that are the perfect places to escape to for a short break. The bright lights of London beckoned. Yet rather than travel up there on a rushed day trip we decided to The Landmark London hotel take time out and turn it into a short weekend break. With so much...

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Eco style

Sep

11

2015

Eco style

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Laura Cartledge meets the interiors company that sources stories. Some trends don’t pay attention to the calendar. For instance in fashion, the style of jeans may change but denim is always in. When it comes to interior design there’s a growing movement surpassing the seasons. It can be woven into...

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Sicily

Aug

26

2015

Sicily

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If you are looking for some R&R in a beautiful setting then the Italian island of Sicily has just what you are looking for, as Alex Jenkins discovers. Stylish is a simple word that neatly sums up my stay at the Donnafugata Golf Resort and Spa. Not only is this magnificent five star hotel the definition...

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Eating Danish

Jul

24

2015

Eating Danish

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Laura Cartledge discovers Nordic cuisine – both old and new – is making waves with a trip to North Jutland. It wasn’t long ago that I would just think ‘bacon’ and ‘pastries’ if someone mentioned Danish cuisine. However a four day tour along the coast of North Jutland opened my eyes...

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Dive in

Jan

29

2015

Dive in

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Tempting turquoise waters, exotic tropical fish and sweeping ocean views are all par for the course in the magical Maldives, says Sam Wylie-Harris. As someone who loathes getting their hair wet and is not remotely sporty, stepping off a pier and into a rib to head out to the coral reef and snorkel was...

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