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Tracing Your Family’s Roots
IRELAND

Tracing Your Family’s Roots

We’re motivated to discover our family history and origins for many reasons. We want to carve out a place for our family in the large picture of history. Some of us may have lost family members and feel adrift. We may feel a sense of responsibility to preserve our family’s past for future...

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The World’s Most Tourist-Friendly Cities

Ticking off attractions and sights when travelling is great, but what makes a trip really unforgettable is meeting and interacting with locals, in a city that is happy to have you there. We’ve analysed factors from country happiness to tourists-to-locals ratio to reveal the world’s most...

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Ten Things to do along the Ring of Kerry

A spectacularly scenic tourist-route that showcases the very best of Ireland’s natural beauty, the 179-km-long Ring of Kerry drive provides the perfect escape from the stresses and demands of modern day life. From the famous Lakes of Killarney to the old stone forts of Cahersiveen, The Ring of...

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Your Guide To Iceland’s Climate

One of the first things about Iceland that stands out to visitors is its climate. After all, it’s hard not to notice: the majority of Iceland is south of the Arctic Circle, and locals are used to weather and daylight patterns that would disorient most people from other parts of the world. From...

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Things to do in Stratford-Upon-Avon That Have Nothing to do with Shakespeare

For some, William Shakespeare was the greatest playwright of all time, the Great Bard.  For others, his name conjures memories of torturous English classes, struggling with incomprehensible Old English and implacable old English teachers.  If you are among those who think a trip to...

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Top Ten Things to do in York

In North Yorkshire, at the confluence of the Ouse and Foss Rivers, is the medieval town of York.  The city is nearly 2000 years old with a rich heritage.  It was Eboracum, the capitol of the Roman province, Britannia Inferior, and later Jorvik, the capitol of a Viking territory.  For decades it...

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Things to do in Oxford
ENGLAND

Things to do in Oxford

This world-class university city hardly needs an introduction... Quaint essential Britain at its best, old meets new in a delightful blend of tourism, student life, and city life. Think cobbled streets, college cloisters, Gothic architecture and lots of bicycles mixed in with high-end shopping and...

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Stratford-upon-Avon for Shakespeare Enthusiasts
ENGLAND

Stratford-upon-Avon for Shakespeare Enthusiasts

Romeo and Juliet.  Macbeth.  Hamlet.  They are arguably some of the finest literary works in the history of humanity.  And William Shakespeare wrote them all.  No trip to England is complete without a pilgrimage to Stratford-upon-Avon to experience a living, breathing biography of the greatest...

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