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Where to stay in the 10 most popular US national parks

To mark the US National Park Service turning 100 this week, Mary Caperton Morton picks the best places to stay, from hotels and cabins to campsites, in the country’s favourite parks


20 great hotels, B&Bs and apartments in Germany

Vintage caravans, log cabins, a view of the Alps or the Baltic … here are affordable, alternative places to stay across cities, coast and countryside


Oasi Azzurra Village, Villafranca Tirrena • Blue and Accommodating Sicily 

In Villafranca Tirrena, 20 minutes from Messina, lies a quiet and a scent of blue, characteristic of Sicily.

The first thing noticeable in the island is the perfect relaxation of its habitants, everything goes with the flow, no worries, no rush.  166 more words


Day 16 - Down from the clouds

Overnight the weather had changed and Murodo was covered in snow.  It was great to experience different climatic conditions and get the chance to view the alpine environment from a different perspective. 251 more words


Day 15 - To infinity and beyond

Where to next?  It was a hard choice but the Tateyama Kurobe Alpine Route beckoned.

We purchased a special Alpine Route ticket which cost 1500 yen each.  196 more words


Day 14 -Wandering through time

Despite the light rain our day in Kanazawa was a delight.  From our homestay we ventured through the local streets, visiting Ochaya Shima, a National Important Cultural Asset.  150 more words


"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's learning to dance in the rain."

Cambodia is a country of extremes: extreme beauty, extreme pain. The country was ravished by the conflicts and communism of the twentieth century. In 1953, Cambodia gained freedom from the French after 90 years of protectorate rule. 2,232 more words