Camden market is one of the most unique places in London, and by London standards that’s saying a lot. In the Victorian era it was the home of a huge horse hospital, which still stands, and ever since the ‘70s it’s been the home of all that is quirky and cool, and is now a major alternative fashion landmark and a must visit for anyone choosing to spend the weekend in London. The market, in Zone 2 of North London, is well served by public transport; train station is accessible on the Northern Line and several different bus routes stop there. Camden is not in the congestion zone, but the roads are always busy, and unless you are familiar with the area it’s best to save yourself the headache, and hop on a train.
Seattle is a big city with lots of hotels, but they don’t all offer the same accommodations. If you’re looking for luxury, here are the most upscale and service-oriented hotels in the downtown area. They aren’t cheap, but you’ll have a relaxing and enjoyable time in Seattle.
Sometimes, you just need to get away from it all – everything that’s familiar and hectic about your life; this means leaving the people you know and love behind too, so you can spend some quality time with yourself. Is there a better holiday destination than Cyprus for this, with its golden beaches and 340 days of sunshine? Probably not. And here’s why.
As the capital of California and the fifth largest city in the state, you may think of Sacramento as just another bustling metropolis in a very large state. With 250 or more days of sunshine a year, it's also a great place to get away and play in the great outdoors. After you book one of the Sacramento hotels, make sure to check out these great places to visit and ways to experience the natural beauty and outdoor fun in this part of northern California.
Spain makes some of the finest wine in the world, and on my recent trip I was lucky enough to sample a fair few glasses. The only thing missing was my nearest and dearest to enjoy it with. So, as I stumbled from vineyard to vineyard, I decided I would send some of the best bottles of wine by post back home to my friends and family, with the proviso that I join them to crack them open once I was back. Here are the delicious wines that made my final short list.
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