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The Bayeux Tapestry in France for History From a Thousand Years Ago

When most people visit Normandy, a large area in northwestern France, typically they go to visit the site of the D-Day invasion of France on June 6, 1944. That really is remarkable to see, but there is another hidden treasure in this area that anyone interested in history should also take in. It is located in Bayeux, a very charming French town and the second largest city in that section of Normandy next to Caen.

Exploring the Sublime Delights of Siena

Some advertisements for Tuscan villas stress their proximity to Siena. Just what does this wonderful city have to offer and why is it so important?

Enjoying the Quiet Delights of Tuscany

A holiday in one of the villas in Tuscany has long been a popular concept with discerning holidaymakers. Just what does the experience have to offer?

Italy – A Cultural Treat for the Soul

For centuries, Italy has lured visitors seeking a taste of its culture. If you stay in any of the villas in Italy, you’ll have the perfect base to explore this culture.

4 Top Locations for Seaside Italian Villas

If you desire the ambience of authentic Italian villas, you need not sacrifice the bliss of the seaside. These locations make the most of both aspects.

Top Sites of Interest Around Sorrento

There is so much to see and do around Sorrento, Italy. Villas in the region make seeing Pompeii, Sorrento and Capri simple.

Coping With Older People on Holiday

This is a generational thing because in the past, older family members typically stayed living with their family and were looked after including during the holidays. Practices have changed a lot over the last half-century but even so, many people today face the challenges of taking elderly relatives on holiday with them.

Calgary Tower – Sky Is the Limit

The Calgary Tower may no longer be the tallest structure in Calgary; yet, it remains the most distinctive landmark of the city. It was originally called the Husky Tower as it was conceived as a joint venture between Husky Oil and Marathon Realty Company Limited. This 626 feet high tower was part of the urban renewal plan that was meant to give a face lift to the whole city on the occasion of Canada’s centennial celebrations in 1967.

St Lucia: A Guide to Visiting the Pitons

When you book a holiday in St Lucia, make sure you see the Pitons. Here is a guide to what you need to know.

Top 10 Most Unique Places in Ireland

Ireland is probably one of my favourite places in the world. I had been living there for seven years so I had the chance to visit the most popular places like the Cliffs of Moher, Hook Head Lighthouse, Dublin Castle – the list is endless. Although there are many unique places on the Emerald Isle that are worth visiting. They are usually off the beaten path and only locals know about them. Don’t be only a tourist, try to discover Ireland and its hidden beauties.

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