Andalucía has so much to offer. There is delicious food, splendid sunshine for much of the year and many cultural delights to enjoy. The scenery is also dynamic. This part of Spain is home to beautiful mountain ranges, as well as long stretches of coastline. Some of the beaches are untouched while others are occupied […]
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With a fraction of what you would normally spend on a trip to Europe, we promise you that you can enjoy a luxurious trip to Egypt, one of the most historical and cultural countries in the world. Discover some of the most amazing attractions and learn all there is to know about the mesmerizing history […]
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A surprisingly cool (literally and figuratively) Canadian city is Winnipeg
By Dennis Lennox, CP Contributor
Winnipeg, the provincial capital of Manitoba, is Canada’s seventh-largest city. | Dennis Lennox
I confess that I didn’t know that much about Winnipeg, despite having grown up along the northern border and having even lived in Canada.
Canada’s seventh-largest city (population 705,244) has more than the Jets, the reincarnated professional hockey team. Also, Winnipeg really isn’t that far north, which makes it a doable winter destination.
You could say it has the same bland or generic stereotype of many Midwestern cities. This is true even among Canadians.
Fairly or not, most people would think of visiting Toronto, Vancouver or Montreal before Winnipeg. But their loss is the discerning traveler’s gain, as I found out during a 24-hour layover on my way home from Hudson Bay.
What to do in Winnipeg
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As we begin to say goodbye to Summer and hello to the first whisper of Autumn, you may think that the perfect time to set off on a UK adventure is fading into the distance, only to emerge again with the arrival of Spring next year. However, Autumn comes hand in hand with some of […]
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5 Incredible Travel Tips about
what to do In Cuba
BY: WENDY STOKES
If you’re considering a Caribbean vacation, Cuba is a great choice. The country is known for its rich culture, and you’re likely to find activities, culinary experiences and historical sites that will make your trip worthwhile. Even if you’ve decided to make Cuba your next vacation destination, there may still be some things you need to know to ensure you see all the attractions you want and take advantage of quality accommodations while you’re in the country. Here are five things you’ll definitely want to include in your Cuba tour packages.
Nature and Park Attractions
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If you want to spend part of your Cuban vacation walking along the beach or soaking up the sun on the shore, Sirena Beach is one of the best places to visit. This beach is great for taking pictures during vacation since the sands are a stunning shade of white and the water is a rich [...]
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The last time I played golf at Stoke Park, I was only able to play four of the middle nine holes dues to a visiting party following behind us. On a recent visit I was therefore able to rectify this and played the full 1 to 18 holes. Stoke Park has 27 holes made up […]
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As wine festivals go, the Downtown Aquarium Wine Festival in Denver just might be the best combination of activities, great wine, and stellar food in Denver Summer festivals. And, since it occurs on a Saturday afternoon in August, you still have time to see other sights or diversions in the downtown Denver area. Critter central […]
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The Selinda Spillway is one of the most unspoilt and wildlife rich places in the Okavango Delta. Great Plains’ Selinda Camp has long been one of our favourite places to stay in Botswana, and it has now reopened after a complete rebuild. This is what you can expect from the new Selinda Camp. The location […]
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St Andrews is the spiritual home of golf pulling in players from afar. Hosting a final qualifier for the British Open, the Sam Torrance and Kittocks Course provide a challenging course for serious golfers. Scottish hospitality blends with top notch American-style service at Fairmont St Andrews to provide far more than just golf. The welcome […]
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Don't Miss Food and wine tastings
By George Koletsos
There is no better country to go to and have food and wine tastings as Greek culture is intertwined with tasty and healthy food as well as delicious wine to accompany it. Below we have hand picked the most fun and fulfilling tastings at various destinations in Greece that will leave your taste buds satisfied.
Minoan cooking class by the beach, Crete
Your day starts with a scenic drive to the East of Elounda, reaching the Minoan island of Mochlos. The excavations on Mochlos brought to light a plethora of unique findings, Minoan shrines, workshops and a pre-palatial cemetery.
The island had become a magnet and center for new industries, including the manufacture of gold jewelry, stone vases and faience 4,000 years ago. On the beach, an Archaeologist will introduce you to the Minoan cuisine around the hearth fire.
Your culinary adventure will proceed, with you making Minoan-style lentils in ceramic pots on t [...]