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Flight Comparison The Ten Best Places in the World for Shopping

Date posted: 02 September 2010
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It’s a siren’s call and you follow it helplessly. The lure of the come-hither song of the SALE sign in a shop’s window. You fumble in a purse that feels bottomless, all but climb inside it until, finally, your hand wraps around your wallet, and you rush into...Read more

Flight Comparison Top Ten Attractions in Paris

Date posted: 02 September 2010
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Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the entire world. Planning a trip there can be fun and exciting. Almost every portion of Paris is amazingly beautiful and filled with historic sites. Because there are so many places to go, it’s good to figure out some...Read more

How to festival the luxury way

Date posted: 18 June 2009
Author: Joshua Bullock

Tangerine Fields is the luxury option for those festival-goers intrepid enough to last several days of decadence but unwilling to endure the discomforts of tatty tents and mud-baths. Tangerine Fields are present at over 20 of UK’s major festivals including Bestival, Green Man, Womad, T in the Park and Latitude. Their wide...Read more

Opera me up buttercup

Date posted: 15 June 2009
Author: Joshua Bullock

A glorious summer of leafy opera descends on West London with the 2009 Holland Park Opera Season. Classics such as Puccini’s La Bohème and Humperdinck’s playful Hänsel und Gretel play to London’s great and the good from June to August. The theatre opens early for evening picnics and all evening performances are...Read more

Melton Mowbray Madness

Date posted: 15 June 2009
Author: Joshua Bullock

Electric Picnic is a three day camping festival at the end of summer taking place in Stradbally Hall Estate in the rolling fields of Country Laois. The site is easily reached from any of airports of Galway, Cork or Shannon and is a more expensive option for the veteran festival-goer. The festival...Read more

Make mine a T

Date posted: 15 June 2009
Author: Joshua Bullock

Scotland’s answer to Glastonbury or Reading, T in the Park, is famous for the quality of its line-up and its young, vibrant crowd. There are nine stages across the three day festival, bringing 180 artists of all shapes and sizes, from the rock-and-roll giants Kings of Leon and perennial eccentrics Nick...Read more

Time for the Green Man

Date posted: 15 June 2009
Author: Joshua Bullock

At just an hour and a half drive north of Cardiff airport, ‘Green Man’ combines the charm of a camping holiday in the stunning Brecon Beacons with the fizzing atmosphere of a music festival. 2009’s boutique summer option comes at high-street prices and without the crush of its larger cousins; the...Read more

Budapest

Date posted: 10 March 2009
Author: Miguel Cabra

Back in the day Budapest was three individual towns separated by the River Danube; Buda, Óbuda and Pest.  These days the unified trinity (well, now the two towns of Buda and Pest) is now known as the captivating capital city of Hungary, home to a population of more than 1.6 million...Read more