Post Tagged with: "Eurostar"

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    Amsterdam by Eurostar

    Travel journalist David Powell visits Amsterdam from Ashford International to experience a short break in this lively, cosmopolitan city for Eurodestination Introduction As I jumped onboard the Eurostar at Ashford International the phrase … ‘let the train take the strain’, took on a whole new meaning for me – my […]

     
     
  • An Eurostar Break to Paris
     

    An Eurostar Break to Paris

    by Trevor Claringbold A short break to Paris is one of those wonderful things in life. Something you can always rely on. No matter how many times you go, it will always treat you to something new, exciting, and memorable. It’s a city that never looses its charm. The only […]

     
     
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    How to save money in Paris

    Eating out When in Rome (France) www.paris-eating.com Most Parisians eat their main meal at lunchtime and this is when you will find the best deals available. Three Course lunch menus can be found all over Paris for as little as Euro10 – often with a glass of wine included. Dinner menus […]

     
     
  • Paris Street Market on Rue Mouffetard
     

    Exploring the Street Markets of Paris

    By George Medovoy There is no better way to breathe the spirit of Paris than to do as Parisians do and visit its lively street markets to find the ‘spirit of the village.’ Paris has all sorts of street markets: from permanent markets to roving markets served by truck farmers…from […]

     
     
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    A Weekend in Paris

    by Travel writer Lynne Christen There are many reasons to travel to Paris for a long weekend. Beauty: Paris is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It is a feast for the senses. History: The rich history is a feast for the mind. Food: Paris offers some […]

     
     
  • Touring the Loire Valley by Train
     

    Touring the Loire Valley by Train

    A first-hand experience of the Loire, by Patricia Gilbert, who travelled by Eurostar and TGV I was a little apprehensive about my trip. The guide books all said that the only practical way to tour the castles of France’s Loire Valley was by car. But since I consider driving in […]

     
     
  • Venice Piazza San Marco
     

    Venice by Train

    by Robert Lidster For a long time I had thought about alternative ways of joining cruise ships abroad other than flying, although I am a great fan of flying I wanted to try something, well a little more romantic. So I put together a cruise out of Venice with travel […]

     
     
  • The Worst Hotel in London
     

    The Worst Hotel in London

    Gary Phillips stayed at what must be the worst hotel in London (but we are open to suggestions). If you ever need to stay close to St. Pancras on a low budget, don’t ever be tempted to stay at the Northumberland Hotel opposite King’s Cross Station. Read on… So there I […]

     
     
  • Bruges the Beautiful by Maggie Hall
     

    Bruges the Beautiful by Maggie Hall

    Travel writer Maggie Hall strikes Bruges off the “to do” list, and gives a rave review of the city and her hotel, the Heritage. Over many years of going to many places, somehow Bruges never became the destination. Well, I’m now happy to confirm that there is something in the maxim: […]

     
     
 

Tenby flat with Seaviews

Panoramic views over Tenby town walls and beach

Tenby, Wales, United Kingdom
My place is close to great views, restaurants and dining, the beach, family-friendly activities, nightlife, town walls, parking. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambience, the outd...