There is so much you can do in a day, and a trip to Brussels and some Christmas shopping fun can definitely be done in a day! Don’t mind about the early start travelling to London – the day is about to unfold! And meeting ‘under the clock’ at St Pancras Station brought a nostalgic…

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My intention was to relax, look at the views and sit by the pool! But … my excitement grew as I approached the very pretty town of Parga, up the mountainous road hugging the coast. The route was filled with colourful flowers, and as we reached the top, my anticipation rose too! Parga is a…

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Island Hopping in the Greek Islands! Sounds so exciting and I was off to “hop” to three of the twenty four unspoilt islands of Alonissos, Skopelos and Skiathos which make up the Sporades Archipelago. It was an easy journey from Gatwick to Skiathos with Enter Air. All very smooth and the staff were extremely friendly…

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  Rome, the eternal city … beautiful buildings, famous sites and treasures, wonderful Italian food and wine served in a variety of restaurants and bars, a huge array of sophisticated, quirky, arty and individual shops … it’s just the perfect place for a city break … and why not d o it in a little…

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Of the three islands that make up the Maltese archipelago – Gozo, the second largest, is the jewel in Malta’s crown. I went there to find out more, with a little band of travel agents and the Maltese Tourist Office. This small island is a relaxed hideaway, and only a 20 minute ferry transfer or…

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Paris is definitely one of the most romantic cities in the world – so take a weekend off and immerse yourself in the culture and atmosphere of Paris. Go by car and ferry or car and Eurotunnel, go by train or fly – it’s really not far and perfect for a short break. Must do…

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  Sardinia, just 2 hours from Gatwick to Olbia, is famed for its crystal clear turquoise sea, and as well as the sailing there are many other attractions including wineries, walking trails and food which brings the rich and famous to the island. I visited for a long weekend to see what all the fuss was…

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….  The Costa del Sol – what springs to mind? sunshine, beach, pools and sangria – however the southern most part of Spain offers so much more – breathtaking scenery, stunning cities, culture and ancient monuments, sumptuous food and wine, sherry and brandy … and of course olives – there are 80 million trees growing…

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