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Music of New Brunswick

Harriet and Sarah from HF Holidays’ Elstree office were invited by VIA Rail and the New Brunswick tourist board to attend an evening of live music. 367 more words

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How to Plan a Walking Holiday

Planning a walking holiday is a lot like planning any other kind of holiday but there are a few important differences. These tips will help get you on your way. 747 more words

Walks

History is all around us (1)

Our cycling holidays are a brilliant way of exploring the countryside.  Not only do you get to hear the birdsong, feel the sun on your back and smell the pine and honeysuckle, you can relive the events of the past – if you know where to look.   160 more words

Cycling Holidays

Inspiration for Walking: Henry David Thoreau

Years ago, I came across a famous quote about walking, by Henry David Thoreau.

The quote comes from an essay that I haven’t yet read, so I’m guessing I saw it on a greeting card or in some other book. 623 more words

Mumbles - Gateway to Gower

Welcome to cosy, cosmopolitan Mumbles. One of Dylan Thomas’ many stamping grounds and home to some world class ice cream too!

Mumbles marks the beginning of the Gower Peninsula’s coastline. 124 more words

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Cinque Terre: Afoot in Liguria, Italy

Ever since I first saw pictures of its colourful houses clinging tenaciously to the cliff face, I have dreamed of visiting the “five lands” of Cinque Terre in northern Italy. 599 more words

Europe

The final stretch

The final day. Can’t believe we made it here, we were on the last leg of the Wicklow Way. 100 miles in five days and all we just had to do is get through the next 20 miles and we had achieved something that we had conceived in a small London flat, without training or much preparation, just dreams and persistence. 1,503 more words

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