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Personalised Gifts For Every Travel Lover On Your List

Unique Personalised Gifts for Travelers

by Karen Quinn, Oct 15 2019 As thoughts turn to all things gifting I’ve put together a list of some amazing personalised gifts for travelers. These can all be found on Not On The High Street, one of my absolute favourite online stores for finding unique and personal gifts for everyone on my list. Being

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Pwllheli Beach On The Llyn Peninsula

The Very Best Llyn Peninsula Beaches

The Llyn Peninsula in North Wales has one of the most breath-taking coastlines in the whole of the UK. This makes it perfect for a beach staycation with kids. It’s tiny lanes and beachside restaurants reminds me of the Cornwall of my childhood whilst still being unmistakably Welsh. You’ll hear the language spoken everywhere, it’s

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people getting off a water slide at siam park

Siam Park Adeje, Tenerife Spain

Siam Park Siam Park is a huge water park in Adeje, Tenerife. It is regularly voted the top water park in Europe due to its many rides, slides and attractions. There are several ticketing options you can purchase before you arrive to ensure you get the best deal possible. Siam Park Tickets Attractiontix seems to

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What You Need To Know About Visiting Milan With Kids

Ultimate Guide to Visiting Milan with Kids

  Things to do in Milan with Kids. Milan was our final stop on our family interrail adventure and somewhere we’ve always wanted to visit. We spent a few days exploring the city and even managed a day trip to Como. Here’s everything you need to know if you’re visiting Milan with kids. Learn all

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A Great Day Out At The World Of Wedgwood In Staffordshire

A fabulous day out at World of Wedgwood, Stoke, UK.

Why a trip to the World of Wedgwood is a must when visiting Staffordshire with kids. My daughter and I are keen crafters, we spend hours at the kitchen table painting, drawing and creating. We’ve been known to spend days on those annoying school projects, up to our elbows in papier maché so when we

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Old Building At The Trentham Estate

Trentham Gardens, A Fantastic Family Day Out in Stoke

Visiting Trentham Gardens with Kids I like pretty flowers and well-tended gardens as much as the next person so was really looking forward to our visit to Trentham Gardens in Stoke but would the kids enjoy walking round and smelling the flowers as much as I do? It seems that private gardens have changed since I

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Everything You Need To Know About Visiting Como In Just One Day With Kids

How to visit Como with kids in just one day

by Karen Quinn, Jul 30 2019 You’ve surely heard of Lake Como in Italy, home to many paparazzi shy celebs, opulent mansions and the kind of Italian charm most of us have dreamt about for years. But is it possible to visit in just one day? Even when you have little ones to slow you

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7 Fabulous Reasons To Take The Kids To Tuscany For Your Next Family Holiday And What To Do When You Get There.

7 reasons to take the kids to Tuscany

How to have an amazing adventure in Tuscany with kids Italy makes a wonderful place for a family holiday, the food is amazing, it’s only a short flight from the UK and the Italian people are about as family friendly as they get. My favourite area of Italy is Tuscany; it has a little mix

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Visiting Langkawi In Malaysia With Kids

Langkawi with kids: Visit a stunning Island in South East Asia

How to visit Langkawi with kids. Still relatively unknown, the stunning Malaysian Island of Langkawi makes a wonderful place to visit with kids. After a hectic few weeks in the busy cities of Kuala Lumpur and Singapore and then the buzzing island of Penang, we knew we needed a week of relaxing by a beach

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Everything You Need To Know About The Walled Town Of San Gimignano

Stunning San Gimignano with kids. Everything you need to know

by Karen Quinn, Jul 01 2019 How to visit San Gimignano with kids. San Gimignano is the most famous hilltop town in the Tuscany region of Italy for good reason. It’s super pretty, the views are breathtaking and the people are friendly. The walled town is so quintessentially Tuscan you can understand why thousands of

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