• Camping Holiday

    Camping and caravan: Save up to 30% on 2022 holidays – ‘best’ time to book | Travel News | Travel

    As Covid travel restrictions rumbled on during the spring and summer months of both 2020 and 2021, UK holidays exploded in popularity, with availability becoming sought after in many places. And though some restrictions are beginning to wind down in many parts of the world, the trend for camping and caravan holidays is anticipated to stay. Speaking to Express.co.uk, Ed Bassett, UK country manager at Camptoo, said: “Demand for travel remains high following two years of frustrations both at home and abroad, and with uncertainty around travel to parts of Europe, we anticipate that the spring and summer seasons  

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  • Best Tourist Spot

    How Did a Giant Buoy Become a Key West Tourist Attraction? | Florida News

    By JEFF KLEINMAN, Miami Herald KEY WEST, Fla. (AP) — A 20-ton concrete buoy, which marks the Southernmost Point and 90 miles to Cuba, is one of Key West’s famous landmarks. Tourists flock to the marker every day to take photos, snap selfies, buy a souvenir or two. But how did such a magnet arrive in 1983 on an otherwise quiet street that leads to the water? Ask the thieves. They kept on snatching the former signs that marked the Southernmost Point at Whitehead and South streets. So city leaders decided to put something there to mark the spot that  

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  • Camping Holiday

    Camping expert’s tips for a winter under canvas – ‘eat, drink and be merry’ | Travel News | Travel

    Camping may be a popular summer holiday option, but it’s not at the top of the list for most over the winter holidays. While some camping sites are open year round, the prospect of the cold and wet may stop Britons from even considering winter camping. On social media, when one user asked fellow campers who else was camping this Christmas, he was inundated by replies. While Joan Griffin was not camping this Christmas, she said: “We camped over Christmas a few years ago in a tent as we don’t use EHU. I brought a tiny real tree in a  

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  • Vacation Packages

    Fare sales from Seattle, Delta deals on award travel, Hawaiian vacation packages, more airline news

    While hotel and resort cyber deals are quickly expiring, Seattle travelers will still find a number of airline deals in the next few days. This week’s airlines news includes mileage redemption fares with Delta starting at just 4,000 miles roundtrip, while fares from Spirit start at $48 and fares from Southwest start at $58 for one-way travel. Keep reading to discover the latest airline news for Seattle and beyond. Alaska savings for new members, mileage bonus Alaska Airlines is inviting new travelers to sign up for a free Alaska Mileage Plan account. In doing so, new Mileage Plan members will  

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  • Family Trip

    DONNIE JOHNSTON: Jamestown trip leaves family lost at sea | Local News

    The columnist’s family learned the hard way the ships on display at Jamestown weren’t the ones they were expecting to see. Jamestown—Yorktown Foundation BY DONNIE JOHNSTON THE FREE LANCE–STAR WITH SCHOOL on fall break, my daughter and her husband decided to take the kids on a long weekend trip to the Tidewater area. Specifically, the trip was a 10th birthday present for my granddaughter Adelyn, but my daughter also wanted to make this an educational outing. So the family motored to Yorktown to take in the various historical and recreational sites in the area. Since they were close, my 6-year-old  

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  • Family Trip

    Australian PM defends family trip during COVID lockdown | News | DW

    Australia’s Prime Minister Scott Morrison hit back at criticism over his decision travel to Sydney on Father’s Day during a COVID lockdown. In an interview with Sky News Australia aired Tuesday, Morrison said there was a lot of “misinformation” doing the rounds and that there was no exemption required for him to travel to Sydney.  “I can understand people’s frustration, but I do think there has been a lot of misinformation about this,” Morrison said. “I live in Sydney. I often have to be here [in Canberra] for work, there was no requirement to get an exemption to go to  

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