Category Archive for "Travel Tips"


Tips for Stress Free Travel from London Gatwick

Negotiating your family through a busy airport can be a stressful and even traumatic experience, with a recent study revealing that a large number of parents put the stress of getting through a packed airport with their kids on the…

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Tips for Planning a Last Minute Luxury Vacation

Sometimes, the need to take a vacation can be pretty urgent, and more and more people are choosing to get away last minute. Whether you’ve decided to take a trip to celebrate a special event or just need to relax…

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Best apps for your holiday

With the range of travel options proliferating and providing us all with an ever-expanding range of holiday destinations, there’s been a massive increase in the apps available to assist us in our excursions too. From apps which can help us…

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A Quick Guide To Using Your Cards Abroad

Hidden charges, complicated fees and inflated conversion rates; using credit and debit cards abroad can be a minefield. Read on for the low-down on ways to stay safe and fee-free when using cards abroad. For some, if you are travelling…

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Visiting Paris for less

One of the great things about Paris is that there are ways that you can go on trips to Paris for less, you just have to make a few changes to your itinerary and come to a couple of compromises,…

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Reasons the iPod Nano is the Perfect Travel Companion

Traveling can be a life-changing experience. It opens your eyes and it teaches you so much not only about the world around you, but about your inner self as well. What is it that makes the iPod Nano the perfect…

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Where to Build a Super Villain Lair

So you wanna be a super villain? Okay then, you’re going to need some serious cash to get started. Around £500,000 minimum, and you might need another £38 billion if you want the ability to destroy earth. But first, before…

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Where to Travel While at the 2015 Rugby World Cup

Rugby is a very popular sport in not only the UK, but throughout the commonwealth. If you find yourself in the UK during the 2015 Rugby World Cup (lucky you), then you might be wondering what places are worth visiting….

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What to Consider when buying an Eco Car

The growth of new car sales in the UK and Europe has continued relentlessly as the economy has expanded, serving as an engine for prosperity in the process. In precise terms, sales of new cars have continued to accelerate and…

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Travelling with a Hearing Aid

Many people refer to hearing loss as an invisible disability. Not only is it physically hidden, but it also hinders communication which means that many people who have hearing loss can find themselves withdrawing from opportunities to be social or…

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