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10 Little Known Facts About France

10 Little Known Facts About France

Posted on 19. Jul, 2011 by .

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1.   No tipping Service is included in all restaurant bills. While it does feel weird to leave nothing on the table at first, it’s amazing how quick you get used to knowing exactly how much your meal has costed. You can exceptionally leave a euro or two on the table if you received outstanding customer [...]

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Guest Post on EasyJet Holidays Blog: 24 Hours in Zurich

Guest Post on EasyJet Holidays Blog: 24 Hours in Zurich

Posted on 13. Jul, 2011 by .

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Zurich is a relatively small city that can be very well experienced in 24 small hours - I recently got the chance to publish an article on this topic on the EasyJet Holidays blog. Here’s a preview: Often referred to as the “portal to the Alps”, Zurich has become a popular tourist destination over the [...]

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A Guide to the Balearic Islands

A Guide to the Balearic Islands

Posted on 06. Jul, 2011 by .

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This is a guest post written by Rebecca Hunt, who writes travel content for the travel pages on the easyJet Holidays website. Visit their Twitter and Facebook pages! *** The Balearic Islands of Majorca, Minorca and Ibiza are the definition of a sun, sea and sand getaway. Picture golden sands, clear seas and blue skies that are completely empty [...]

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Why I Can’t Travel Solo

Why I Can’t Travel Solo

Posted on 30. Jun, 2011 by .

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There are many different ways to travel. High class, in couples, backpack, tour groups, WOOFing, you name it. And then there’s solo. It wasn’t something I was familiar with. I had never embarked on a solo journey before, but with all the different travel blogs writing on this sole subject, I figured I could give it [...]

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Finding Banksy’s Art in London

Finding Banksy’s Art in London

Posted on 29. Jun, 2011 by .

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In today’s modern art, street artist Banksy is certainly one of the most famous and yet mysterious contributors. No one knows where he is going to leave his mark next, and what controversial message it’s going to be about. While much of his art has been either destroyed or painted over, there are still some [...]

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A Long Week-End in Paris For Less Than €215

A Long Week-End in Paris For Less Than €215

Posted on 21. Jun, 2011 by .

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My recent trip to Paris was, to say the least, unexpected. My fiancé and I had to visit the Canadian embassy for paperwork and we didn’t want to spend a fortune on a trip we hadn’t even considered taking. Fed up with hostels but not into the luxury scene, we crunched the numbers and came [...]

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