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Walking Scarborough, North Yorkshire

Although it’s more famous as a seaside resort, Scarborough makes an excellent base for walking holidays.
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Would you swim in a “floating pool” suspended between two skyscrapers?

The Embassy Gardens development in Nine Elms in London is showcasing the world's first floating sky pool for residents. Would you dare swim?

Restaurant Review: Angelina, Dalston, London

A delightful fusion of Japanese and Italian cuisine. Grazie and arigatōgozaimashita.
Approaching Sharpness

Cruise Ship Review: Edward Elgar

A comfy, understated ‘hotel boat’ for 22 guests that sails the River Severn in very English style, a world of posh gin, sublime sunsets and families of preening swans

Anyone for Tennis? Tennis holidays in the UK and Europe

If tennis is your one love, up your game and take advantage of the tennis facilities at one of these fabulous holiday destinations.

The demotion of Portugal from green to amber has taken holidays off-track. Could it have been avoided?

Let's give up on the chaos-creating amber list? And the useless wishy-washy watch lists and keep it simple
Beach

Is amber the new green for the fly and flop brigade heading to Spain?

Why have over 100,000 holidaymakers ignored government advice and taken to the skies to Spain this week?
Newquay

Top 10 things to see and do in Newquay, Cornwall

Experience Newquay's contemporary culture, explore the Pentire Headland and stay at surf-pod beach huts in Britain’s surfing capital.
Iceland Ring Road

Iceland Ring Road – Iceland’s road to natural phenomena

Iceland Ring Road passes pretty snow-capped mountains and brooding cloud topped volcanes, thunderous waterfalls, jagged icebergs, and dozens of glaciers.
St Helena

St Helena is the most remote and beautiful island you have never heard of yet it’s on the Green List

The tropical, volcanic landscape of this British Overseas territory is packaged together in a speck of land that's just 10 by 5 miles.

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