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A day out… on a canal boat (with dog)

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Cathrene celebrates her 40th birthday by spending a nday on a narrow-boat.

“Making a Splash”


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The Ceredigon Museum should be thanked for reminding us what many might consider to be a bygone age.

Do you know this man?


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Neither Cameron nor May has given any of the culture secretaries or tourism ministers long enough to understand their brief.

Planning for tourists – parking and Glenfinnan


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Glenfinnan viaduct

The parking problem has been growing for some time so the unanswered question must be why didn’t the local authority plan earlier?

Strikes galore!


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Strikes in France and Italy on Friday and the weekend continue a long series of disruption that travellers have had to put up with for months.

Saturday snippets: 14th of July 2018


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Even if the weather didn’t tell us, summer is here now the Proms, the Liverpool Biennale, the Ekhof Festival and striking travel staff tell us it is.

APD, VAT and a Westminster debate


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The government suggested that, because of the billions that APD brings in, it is going to have to see some substantial reasons why it should kill the APD goose which lays so much Treasury gold.

The Æthelflæd celebration.


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Called the Lady of the Mercians, Æthelflæd has also been called our ‘greatest woman-general.’ This weekend in Tamworth there will be a celebration of her role in history.

Declining aircraft seat sizes


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We regulate spaces below which animals cannot travel: why not the same for humans?

Is this the time to holiday in Dubai?


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Virgin Atlantic will cease flying to Dubai as from the end of March next year. Why?

A holiday in the New Forest


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Natasha Blair visits the New Forest National Park to discover what the area has to offer.

Seeing mountain gorillas in the wild


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Now it seems you have a greater opportunity than ever before because the number of mountain gorillas is increasing

A day…at the Bluebell Railway


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With so much to see and so many nearby places to visit a day either flies by or you decide you need to spend much longer in this little patch of the old county of Sussex.

Where the experts holiday: Ruth and Tony Daly, Founders of Ranch Rider


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Ruth and Tony Daly are both passionate riders, the husband and wife team running tour operator Ranch Rider – one of the very few remaining independent specialist horseback holiday companies.  They give their take on their favourite holidays from American ranch stays to Caribbean cruises…

Hotel room rates drop – slightly!


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Whilst hoteliers may be concerned about declining rates for rooms, we holidaymakers and travellers should be grateful that a pause has occurred in the price of room rates.

What’s hot: July 2018


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Just About Travel tells you what’s hot (and what’s not) in the travel world

Where the experts holiday: Susannah Cery, Founder of Our Tribe Travels


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Susannah Cery, founder of Our Tribe Travels – an online community for families who love independent travel – shares her travel highs and lows with JAT readers