08 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Leisurely Travel vs. Bruised Legs and Stress

I recently found myself sitting – sorry, standing – on a packed train heading to Gatwick Airport. I looked around, clutching my oversized suitcase and trying not to hit anyone with my hand luggage, and lamented the fact that my car had broken down two days before, and my home to airport travel plans had […]

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06 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

May Beer Festivals

Naturally any month is just fine for drinking beers, but May is a special one too with spring setting in and everything coming back into bloom. Can’t really say why, but there are a variety of Beer Festivals that take place in May around the Globe. So if you are a beer enthusiast there are […]

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01 February 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Park and Fly is Still the Way to Go

These days there are many different ways to get to where you need to go but it’s still hard to beat the convenience of the park and fly options. Without worrying about the arrival times of trains or fitting your schedule around that of someone else, you can get to the airport as it works […]

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31 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Plane Crash Essentials

Airlines Offer Classes and Tips on How to Survive the Unthinkable   British Airways has joined the select group of airlines to offer classes in plane crash survival for premium/frequent air passengers. For about $200 CAD, passengers can take a BA crash safety course that will give tips and guidance on how to cope in […]

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30 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Dublin

Ireland is one of the most fascinating places on the planet, with a fiercely proud citizenry, historic landmarks and more rugged, natural beauty than you can shake a stick at. As the jewel of the Emerald Isle, you might expect that Dublin has it’s fair share of sights to see – and you’d be right. […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

The Best Cocktails Bars in Vancouver

Vancouver is a fantastic city with much to see and do. Whether you prefer city life or natural pursuits Vancouver has it all. With that said fun in the city would be held back and perhaps even somewhat moot, if there weren’t a few good places to end a travel day off with a great […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Things to do in Montreal

If you have come to Canada one must experience both the French and English Canadian lifestyles to fully experience the country. One of Canada’s most dynamic and cultural relevant locations is Montreal. While the main thing to do is take in the old city, one of the most culturally relevant spots in the city, the […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Top Pubs in Brighton

“London by the Sea” is what they call Brighton. Perhaps, a more accurate descriptions would be Londoners by the sea to take into account the hoards that come down each summer weekend. Still though plenty of foot traffic in the city means even more watering holes popping up to cater to them. At present there […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 1 Comment

The Best Sunday Roasts in London

A time honoured tradition in Britian and Ireland is the Sunday Roast. Many a pub will throw together fantastic lunch time offering that has proved the reprieve to many a person’s hangover from the night previous. There can be little surprise that a city like London, jammed packed with everything else there is, also has […]

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28 January 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Reasons you should Travel when You’re Young

There are different paradigms in life about ways to best live. One question that comes up for people who have an interest in travel is when is it best to do it – when you’re older or younger? Now when I talk about traveling I am talking about for extended periods not ten days in […]

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