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WIN! A portable gas Cobb BBQ for all your outdoor adventures!

Adria motor homes and caravans have been inspiring adventures for fifty years. Their World Class Manufacturing and commitment to excellence creates the ultimate experience in quality leisure time. The award winning Adora caravan will quite literally change your views on motorhome travelling. The sky-roof and panoramic windows let you soak up all the wondrous sights on your trip - all within your own truly l ...

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How to make the most of your North American holiday

The vast North American Continent offers travellers a variety of holiday options, but how can you make the most of visiting the US and Canada in a regular two or three week timeframe? The answer is to take the train! UK rail tour operator Ffestiniog Travel is running two escorted rail tours in 2016 which takes you across the huge expanse of America and Canada. If you are looking to embark on a ‘railway odys ...

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Stay secure this summer, home and away

Summer has finally arrived, which means us Brits will be busy out and about enjoying the sunshine, taking the kids to the park and jetting off on the annual family summer holiday. However, as we leave our homes vacant and vulnerable, it’s important not to overlook home security, as research reveals thieves also take advantage of the warmer weather! In fact, last summer alone there were a recorded 200,000 br ...

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How to camp in style…

Gone are the days when family camping holidays meant soggy sleeping bags and billycan cuisine. In 2016, camping has come of age. And that means families not only get the very best of the outdoors, but there’s absolutely no compromise in the comfort stakes either. Today’s camping is more outdoor living in style and it invariably centres around a modern, well-equipped mobile home instead of a tent. Estimates ...

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How to take your first steps to single travel

If you’ve not travelled solo before it can be a daunting thought, but with more and more people deciding to go it alone these days for whatever reason, there’s really nothing to worry about. In fact, once you’ve taken the plunge you may even find it to be a liberating experience, and one that you’ll want to repeat. Just You have been taking independent travellers to a host of destinations all over the world ...

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Relax in Switzerland’s thermal springs

Switzerland is renowned for its revitalising Alpine thermal springs. The pure warm waters of the Swiss Alps are rich in minerals and known for their rejuvenating properties. Combining this with other activities and services focusing on health and wellbeing, many hotels pride themselves on their 'wellness' facilities. These are some of Switzerland Travel Centre's favourites: Bad Ragaz The spa in Bad Ragaz ha ...

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My top travel tips, by Wimbledon and US Open champion Jordanne Whiley

2015 Wimbledon and US Open winner Jordanne Whiley is the UK’s most successful tennis player, a Paralympic bronze medalist and seven times grand slam wheelchair tennis champion. Jordanne’s sport takes her all over the world, proudly supported by Fish Insurance’s travel policies. Here, Jordanne shares her top travel tips. Pack around a week in advance “I’m pretty organized when it comes to packing. I usually ...

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How to travel stress free with children

Holidays should be a time to rest and recuperate, but travelling with children in tow can be pretty stressful. Here are Easy2name’s top tips on how to organise yourself and reduce those stress levels. 1) Label your children’s clothes, swimming and beach towels, rucksacks and beakers - especially if you will be using Kids’ Clubs, as things will go missing! Do also look into getting ID wristbands so you can l ...

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