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I wasn’t feeling the Bavarian love. The scenery might have been inspirational but not for me as it had kept its curves concealed under a blanket of cloud.

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All the Canary Islands are different in many ways. The differences may be big, such as diverse epic scenery, and they may be small, items on local menus or aspects of traditional architecture…

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Castello S. Jorge sitting high above Lisbon’s red-tiled rooftops is a shining example of why you can’t always trust what ‘wise’ old locals tell you….

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Our visit to Fontvieille in Les Alpilles was a fleeting one, a pause between where we’d come from and where we were going.

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I’m not surprised to discover the Hohensalzburg Fortress in Salzburg was once used as a prison. We’ve not been thrown into dungeons or anything quite as…

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They’re warped and uneven, their styles are all over the place and the rule of thumb as far as their colouring is concerned seems to be – you can use any shade you want as long as it’s not the same as your neighbour’s.

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Here are five reasons why anyone interested in treating their senses to a cornucopia of outstanding travel experiences should consider a trip to Asturias.

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Mahón Gin

On March 10, 2011 By

The English occupation of Menorca from 1713 to 1755 has left an eclectic legacy which includes the cultivation of apples, rearing of livestock, some rather nice Georgian style buildings and gin – to my mind, the best of the aforementioned.

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