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We’ve stayed in all of the ones in Canary Island Paradors and each has thrown up a variety of experiences that weren’t always consistent with the others.

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There might be views of the Alps but the Cannero Riviera has more of a feel of the Mediterranean about it, with the air perfumed by lime, lemon, orange and…

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A Day Trip To Belem in Lisbon

On April 20, 2015 By

Sunday morning probably wasn’t the smartest time to decide to visit Belém, Lisbon’s most grandiose historical area and a favourite haunt of explorers with itchy feet.

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The Mirabell Gardens in Salzburg might be a huge tourist attraction, but they have enough of a strong personality to swallow up the masses without allowing…

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Walking through the gates to the courtyard from the car park and capturing first sight of this elegant French estate is a bit of a wow moment…

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Tarascon Castle is a grand example. It still looks impenetrable, towering above the Rhone to keep a watchful eye on its neighbour and rival, Beaucaire…

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The Viera y Clavijo Gardens cover twenty seven hectares of Canarian paradise, protecting and proudly exhibiting 2,000 plants (500 of them endemic)… and it’s virtually devoid of visitors.

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Gran Canaria, like other Canary Islands tagged with the mass tourism label, generally suffers from being viewed mainly as a sun, sea and beach destination…

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