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  • The Traditions of Burns Night

    The Traditions of Burns Night

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    25 January 2018

    Traditional Scottish music and poetry, an iconic haggis supper and a wee dram or two of whisky - Burns Night is undoubtedly a highlight in a month which otherwise offers little in the way of respite.

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  • 2018 in Europe – Our top tips

    2018 in Europe – Our top tips

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    17 January 2018

    With the curtain falling on the madness of 2017 and the prospect of a back-to-rights 2018 on the horizon, now is the best time of all to start casting your eye across the continent for a new destination to explore.

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  • Top Five Tips for Rail Travel

    Top Five Tips for Rail Travel

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    11 January 2018

    Journeying across the world by rail is indisputably one of the more relaxing ways to travel; an extraordinary experience which makes the journey an unforgettable part of your travel adventure.

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  • 24 hours in Amsterdam

    24 hours in Amsterdam

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    21 December 2017

    Built on a myriad of canals interwoven with a labyrinth of atmospheric, narrow streets, Amsterdam is truly a delight to visit.

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  • Out and about in North Yorkshire

    Out and about in North Yorkshire

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    15 December 2017

    Beautiful countryside, lively cities, and friendly people, it’s really no wonder that Yorkshire is known as ‘God’s Own County’.

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  • The comfort of a big, warm hygge

    The comfort of a big, warm hygge

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    7 December 2017

    Hygge, pronounced hoo-ga, is a word that is likely to be fairly new to your lexicon if not completely unheard of, but is something you've probably experienced many times without even knowing it.

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  • St Andrew's Day

    St Andrew's Day

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    1 December 2017

    To celebrate wonderful St Andrew’s Day this week, we thought we’d delve into the heritage of a country that has an abundance of the stuff.

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  • Traditions of Thanksgiving

    Traditions of Thanksgiving

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    23 November 2017

    A time for delicious food, good will and family – you’d be forgiven for thinking this blog was about Christmas with an introduction like that!

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  • The Yorkshire Christmas Dinner

    The Yorkshire Christmas Dinner

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    22 November 2017

    At Christmas time, pantries across the world are stocked to the brim with festive goodies, the snow drizzled huts of Christmas markets are loaded with all manner of tastes and smells, and the tables of every house are loaded with delicious joy.

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  • The magic of Southern Europe

    The magic of Southern Europe

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    16 November 2017

    Azure coastlines of sparkling beauty on the French Riviera, the dusky allure of Spanish Andalucía’s golden cities and the timeless romance of Italy’s Amalfi Coast

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  • Whitby’s Gothic Heritage

    Whitby’s Gothic Heritage

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    25 October 2017

    Picture the scene: a typical, seaside town. Perhaps in the witching hour of 3am. It is a damp, cold night, the mists of the coast are swirling up around you, chilling you to the bone. There is not a soul to be seen in the streets, and only the rustlings of nocturnal creatures and the gentle crashing of waves upon the shores disturb the silence that has otherwise pervaded the town.

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