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St. Petersburg

One of my favorite places in Florida apart from Orlando is St. Petersburg. In just under two hours you can be on one of the most beautiful beaches around, the sand is white and fine and the beaches seem to go on forever, a truly idyllic place to r...
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A Guide to Downtown Disney

Whenever we visit Orlando we always like to pay a visit to Downtown Disney, not only for the shopping, but also to enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants there. Downtown Disney itself is divided into three parts Downtown Disney West Side, Downto...
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How to save holiday money on food.

We are living through difficult time; we really are. But you still need your holiday; right? And if you are going away you want to go to Florida. So how can you cover the cost painlessly? Here are a few ideas. Forego your dail...
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What to see in Pinellas County

What to see in and around Pinellas County. Clearwater: Visitors will soon understand Clearwater’s nickname - The Sparkling City. The waters from the Gulf sparkle in the daily sunshine, and water sports are around in abundance. It is a gro...
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Typhoon Lagoon Refurbished Part 4

After our visit to Shark Reef the girls and Grandad decided they wanted to go to the Wave Pool. At the very edge of this little ones with their parents can paddle but of course the girls wanted to spend time further in bobbing about in the waves and ...
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OUR RECENT EVENING IN DOWNTOWN NAPLES

On a recent trip to Orlando and then the Gulf Coast we headed for one of our favourite locations and that is Naples. Being quite an affluent city it attracts wealthy American and Europeans alike and has also got its fair share of tourists and wanabee...
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Saving money for your holiday: clothes and gifts.

So you have already saved a mint on food and have a healthy amount in the piggy bank. Now here are some more ideas. Commit to whole year of not buying any clothes (but still get new things to wear) How can that be done? Well, ...
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Canada: Montreal the old city - Part 3

A bit further south you start to leave the older European style buildings as you walk down St. Sulpice Street, this will lead you to the Place Royale and the Archaeology and History Museum Pointe-à-Callière which is set right above the birthplace of ...
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Ford Edge ‘Limited’ - Good choice

On my last trip to Florida I chose to use Alamo to supply my rental car for our 2 week stay and was able to select a Ford Edge Limited from the rental parking lot. With my wife and two teenage daughters luggage capacity is one of necessities that has...
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How to stop sea sickness – Part 4

On or just before departure put on your pressure bands if this is your option. Just as with a ship, on an aircraft, the best place to sit is in the centre, between the wings. If you start feeling queasy the best place is to get fresh air on deck and ...
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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 53

The Cumberland Gap National Historic Park is situated at the point where Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia all meet. This natural pass provided the main route for settlers and traders crossing the Appalachians into the Midwest. It is now a National Hi...
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A Day at Miami Beach

No trip to Miami would be complete without a visit to Miami Beach, and the wonderful white sands which stretch along the Atlantic coast. When staying in Miami we like to take a day out at the beach, and nothing is better than taking a trip across the...
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Hobart, Tasmania – Part 3

As the greater Hobart area has a population of around 225, 000 people the city can be busy at times, especially at weekends and major holiday times, with all the extra visitors. Hobart is located on the estuary of the Derwent River in the state' s so...
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Belgium - Beers

Belgium is famous for its mussels and the beers. They produce more than 365 kinds of beers more than the days of a year. Only a handful of beers in the country Orval, Chimay, Westvleteren, Rochefort, Westmalle and Achel can use the International Trap...
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What to Do in Barcelona during the Day – part 1

One of Europe’s cultural capitals, Barcelona genuinely offers something for all tastes, from culture buffs to thrill seekers. It has fantastic galleries and museums, one of the world’s finest sports teams, a beach and much more, your stay in Barcelon...
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Restaurant recommendation in the Rotonda area

This summer we spent a very pleasant 10 days on the Gulf Coast of Florida at Rotonda. As relatively new villa owners, we had not recognised the importance of reserving some key time during the year for ourselves to visit our own home away from home. ...
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Dining at Dixie Crossroads

There are several reasons you may find yourself on the East coast of Florida, perhaps you' ve had a trip to St. Augustine, the oldest city in North America and definitely worth a visit. Or perhaps you' ve been to the picturesque little village of Coc...
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Kentucky: A road trip through the state - Part 5

Kentucky – a road trip through the state:- part 5 While you are in town then a trip out to Old Louisville is something you must consider. If you like old homes and fabulous architecture, this is a tour you will not want to miss. This i...
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Canada: Montreal the old city - Part 1

Montreal is one of the few major North American cities to have preserved its historic centre where most others have given way to development. You will find in the historic district narrow winding streets dating back to the French colo...
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Arnold Palmer Bay Hill Invitational Golf

None of our family are golfers but we do spend many hours often until very late at night watching the USA PGA golf on television. So we were delighted this year when whilst staying at our villa in March one of our American friends got us tickets to t...
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Hobart, Tasmania – Part 2

Air connections are domestic only with a 1hr flight from Melbourne or 1hr 45mins from Sydney. As you will have already passed through immigration on the mainland there are no delays. Security with sniffer dogs enforces strict quarantine regulations, ...
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Kentucky: a road trip through the state - Part 24

The previous day of our trip had taken us towards the edge of the Bourbon producing area as we headed to Lexington where we planned to have a look at some places that had produced so many winners. We are not particularly horse people but it would be ...
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Silver Springs Theme Park

If you want a break from Disney but the family would still like to go to a Theme Park Silver Springs is well worth a visit. The Park is open from 10.00am – 5.00pm all year round. This 350-acre nature theme park, which surrounds the headwaters ...
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Take A City Break With A Twist - Part 1

The current trend of delving into great wildernesses, and seeking out wide open and people less places can be very pleasant. However sometimes it’s fun to go where there are people. Exploring the planet is all about every side of travel so let’s embr...
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Clearwater Beach - Florida

When visiting Florida no trip would be complete without taking a trip over to Clearwater Beach. Located around 1 ½ hours from Orlando, Clearwater Beach is one of the nicest beaches in the whole of Florida with white coloured sand and excellent weathe...
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