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As there are plenty of interesting facts related to the history of the Trans-Siberian railway route, there is no real surprise that lots of passengers riding this main line are keen amateur historians or in some cases history professors from around the world. People booking a train trip taking in a stopover at Ulan-Ude are bound to know at least a thing or two about this popular destination along the Trans-Siberian route or in fact, where the Trans-Mongolian line can take us all the way to Beijing.
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Want to escape from it all but not got much annual leave to take? Or maybe you’re short on time or have a smaller budget so can’t be away for too long – if so, time you mastered the mini break! Your idea of the best weekend break may be jumping on a plane to a European city, but where? Read on to find out why booking a weekend break could be your best holiday decision yet – here’s plenty of inspirational ideas to get you started.
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Spring in NSW sees the flowers bloom, as flowers, trees and shrubs recover from the colder months, and without the stuffiness of summer, the Blue Mountains make for the perfect spring destination. For this very reason, there tends to be a lot of visitors as spring gets underway, and who could blame them when you look at some of the stunning locations this area boasts. September and October offer the perfect climate to see and experience this amazing mountain range that stretches almost 100km, and the blue haze is also best seen during these months. The tint comes from light refraction through the minute dust particles the area generates, and when mixed with fine droplets of water, it gives off a distinct blue haze – hence the Blue Mountains. Continue reading Spring: The Perfect Time to Visit the Blue Mountains
Like many people, I have a list of things I’d like to do. It’s not a bucket list exactly, actually it seems to grow as soon as I cross something off! I have two main aspects to my list, first travel, and secondly a broad “do more activities”!
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We are currently in the process of planning this summers camping holiday. Every year we always have one big camping adventure. Plus some smaller weekend adventures too. As a larger family holidaying can become expensive and so camping gives us the opportunity to travel without large accommodation bills.
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Sometimes, the simplest days are the best. We packed up the car with buckets and spades. A picnic blanket and a couple of flasks of soup and headed to our favourite beach. We hadn’t been to that beach for longer than any of us could remember.
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Half-Term and that question instantly gets raised.. What to do with the kids for Half-term? Thankfully, Attraction Tix were on hand to help us! With a trip to London Zoo – Boo at The Zoo to check out the SPOOKY Halloween fun!
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The popular CBBC show The Deep has joined forces with Sealife centres to make exploring the underwater world a real adventure!
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Part of going on holiday for me is the duty free shopping! I use duty free shopping as a good way to fill time while I’m waiting for a flight or whilst on the ferry. Oh, and there are some fabulous bargains to be had, if you shop carefully!
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Passport, Visa, currency, travel insurance, sun cream, phrase book?? When you’re booking your annual holiday, do you take into consideration the language spoken in the country you’re planning to visit?
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