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If you’re an American who just happens to be in Paris on Thanksgiving Day, you may feel deeply thankful for the opportunity to spend time in such a wonderful city.

But when dinnertime rolls around, even the charms of Paris… read full article



Dublin is no stranger to Halloween.

Bram Stoker who wrote Dracula hailed from here and the Irish people have been celebrating All Hallows’ Eve in various forms since the days of the Celts and it is thought that… read full article



If you’re one of those types who goes to the expense of buying a ticket, and booking a hotel, just so you can see your idol who’s now probably ageing faster than light and languishing in a small villa by a… read full article



With or without some herbal influence, Amterdam is a nightmare to navigate around at the best of times.

If you haven’t been to Amsterdam before then I guarantee that even with a good map in front of you you’ll… read full article



Interested in visiting Vancouver? Great! Think it’s too expensive? Fear not! In this guide, we will go through the options for those on a limited budget and prove that it’s not as expensive as you might think.



This world famous event is being held this year in Vancouver, Canada, from February 12th to the 28th, 2010, leaving you plenty of time to plan and budget in advance.

Sort out your visa

Probably the first… read full article



Here are a few more tips on how to choose a travel laptop:

For “road warriors” who find it essential and convenient to use a laptop on the move, durability is quite an important factor when it comes to… read full article



How about taking a vacation right in your own home?

Stay put and you’ll get the same relaxing benefits as that of going on a trip.

  1. Turn off your “working mode.” That includes turning off your mobile phone and laptop


Yes, ok, so there’s a recession on and it doesn’t feel like the best time to rush out and buy expensive computer hardware.

But with increasing reliance on computers for many professions, and with many spending more and more time away from… read full article



Let’s get the word wonderful out the way first of all so as to avoid cliché. It’s very hard not to say wonderful though because Copenhagen really is a wonderful, exciting and unspoilt city.

48 Hours in Copenhagen: Day 1

Try… read full article



If you are the sort of person who doesn’t complain when their food arrives two hours late and looking like it’s been chewed on by a dog beforehand then you might not last very long on the streets of Marrakech.

Morocco’s ‘Red… read full article



Ibiza, the magical island of sun drenched days, euphoric nights and the relentless pounding of the Balearic Beat.

If dance music makes you tick, then a pilgrimage to the White Isle should be top of your to-do list. Quite simply… read full article



Business travel can be fun and it’s a nice way to see the world and make money at the same time.

You can enjoy some of the same benefits as tourists. You have access to all the cool restaurants… read full article



The city of Rome is filled with world-famous historic sites. One could spend a week in this ancient city and still not see everything it has to offer.

However, there are a few places in Rome that are considered… read full article



If you’re visiting Paris more than a few days, one thing you’ll learn about the city is that its summertime weather is very capricious.

In the morning, you may need to bundle up in a warm sweater; by afternoon, you’ll… read full article