Ice skating rinks in New York City for Winter 2016

New York is great for ice skating in November, December and April when temperatures typically range from 45 to 65 degrees but the rinks are already open. In January through March, it can get bitingly cold, but a day with blue skies and the sun shining is still fantastic for a day out. If you’re living in or visiting New York, take a few hours out of your busy travel schedule and visit one of these places ...

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Ice skating in London winter 2016

London's gifted with a number of great ice rinks during the winter. Several long-standing ice skating rinks have shut in recent years, such as Greenwich and Kew Gardens. We also publish a guide to ice skating in New York City. While some London rinks have closed, there are still a great number available this winter. Here they are: Eyeskate at London Eye Situated in Jubilee Gardens

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Summer holidays to keep the children happy in the UK

It’s that time of year again – the dreaded six week holiday from school. It becomes your duty as a parent to make sure your little angels are entertained, stimulated and more importantly kept from nagging you about their on-going boredom through the whole duration. Below we have rustled up a few holiday ideas from all over the UK that should keep the whole family happy all summer long – or at...

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These festivals make it a summer of music

Europe is a delicious melting pot over the summer months of a huge variety of different and exciting music fest...
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A weekend in Bologna

Flights booked? Check. Travel insurance? Check. Passport? Check. Appetite for delicious Bolognese food and cultur...
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London's architectural beauties

The city of London is instantly recognisable. Be given a photo of the UK capital’s skyline and it’s likely...
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Five stunning British holiday destinations

When many think of a holiday, they think of boarding a plane and jet setting abroad. However, what a number of ho...
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Top attractions when exploring Rotterdam

You may consider Rotterdam to be Amsterdam’s boring, industrial, second cousin of a city. But that’d be ...
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Pearling in Western Australia

If you are considering going to Australia to work or need to do your regional/agricultural work for your sec...
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Lord of The Rings locations in New Zealand

Whenever you think of New Zealand there’s usually one thing that springs to everyone’s minds &ndas...
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The 2 week hit list for Thailand

When it comes to vacation time it can be sometimes hard to get a decent amount of days off to really see everyth...
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Australia's deadliest animals

When you ask some people “what's the first thing that comes to mind when you say Australia?”, they&...
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Top European beach destinations for summer

Revel in golden sands and bask in the glorious sun. The Louvre, Pantheon, Grand Canal, and Palazzo Vechio will ...
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