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Great Ocean Road trip: Best food, where to stop, things to do
10th November 2020
Last year more than three million daytrippers visited Victoria’s Great Ocean Road. On busy days crowds of 15,000 were recorded at the Twelve Apostles. Today, in the first few blustery days after the pandemic lockdown, we’re the only ones there.. It’s not my first time on the Great Ocean Road, but
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10 Most Haunted States In America (You Won’t Believe The Scariest)
26th October 2020
Do you love a haunted house or a good ghost story? Just in time for spooky season, the website SlotSource.com has issued a spine-tingling report on the most haunted states in America. Compiled using findings from Ghosts of America, the list ranks the states that are home to the scariest
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The Socially Distanced Way to Vacation
15th October 2020
View the gallery. With social distancing on the horizon for the foreseeable future, paying for privacy and space—namely, by renting a villa—is the most desirable travel amenity right now. The luxury hospitality industry is changing as a result and is trending toward renting private homes, rather than being surrounded by other
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Travel and COVID-19: How the Australian travel industry is adapting
1st October 2020
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9th July 2020
There's more than meets the eye when you visit Coober Pedy.. Soon, locals made their way out to the remote town in hope of cashing in on their findings.. But the freezing nights in winter and scorching days in summer meant residents had to live in caves dug out of the hillsides.
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Australia, we’re on the move: Best domestic travel deals
5th July 2020
Stay for four nights at Big 4 Bonny Hills and save more than 50 per cent.. It’s been our biggest road test yet and just weeks into the return of intrastate travel, Aussies took to their big backyards with gusto.. From little regional cafes and bespoke farm gate venues to quaint bed
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24th June 2020
It’s no surprise that some of the places to stay in California push the boundaries of traditional accommodations. It’s well known for being a fun-loving, free-spirited state! From tree nests in Big Sur to a ghost ship in Sacramento, the Golden State offers some of the most unique accommodation. Here’s
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24th June 2020
Travel between countries still isn’t possible for most of the world, but we can at least dream – and plan – for a post-lockdown retreat, right? These luxury hotels in Asia are at the top of our must-stay list, with many of them offering fantastic deals as they reopen over
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7 Endangered Destinations To Visit In Europe Before They Disappear
16th June 2020
Here’s seven beautiful endangered travel destinations in Europe to visit before they disappear… You’ll fall in love with the magic and wonder of Mother Nature over and over again.. Seeing as these places are in need of salvation, however, if you visit you’ll want to ensure you’re respecting local laws and
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50 best things to do in South Australia
18th May 2020
With restrictions on travelling around the state now lifted, it’s time to hit the road, have some fun and support local businesses.. What to do in Adelaide city and suburbs. Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide. Picture: SA Tourism Commission. Australia’s best food market is as vibrant and varied as ever, with a few less
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Corinna Wilderness Experience review: Tasmania’s best spot to switch off
10th March 2020
I have no time to waste. The boat is the Sweetwater, which is the sweetest name. The destination is Lovers Falls, which is the swooniest. And I have six hours to get from Hobart to Tasmania’s west coast to see it or miss out.. Unable to face the psychological twists and
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Buffalo NY guide: what to do, where to stay, and top attractions
19th February 2020
It’s not every city where you can kayak between abandoned bare concrete grain silos the size of apartment blocks along a river that smells like Cheerios.. That you can do this in Buffalo, the small, largely overlooked city 20 minutes down the road from the US road trip staple of Niagara
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Are You Willing to Wait Up to 9 Hours for a Mythical Beer?
13th February 2020
Mid-February is inscribed in the hearts of many a Bay Area beer lover for a single reason: SF Beer Week, and the attendant release of the exceptionally limited-edition Pliny the Younger at Russian River Brewing Company in Santa Rosa.. Do you love a beer “loaded with hop flavors, bitterness, and aromatics”?
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Where to Travel Based on Your Zodiac Sign in 2020
6th February 2020
If there’s one person you should listen to when it comes to where to travel in 2020, it’s Pia Lehmann . Not only is she one well-traveled woman, but she can also see it all in the stars.As a professional psychological counseling astrologer (and gold medal winner of the Federation
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New Orleans’ best accommodation, from cheap to luxe
3rd February 2020
The party doesn’t start until midnight and the streets don’t clear until sun up. It might be an old hand on the wild child circuit, but this Deep South city knows how to have a good time. Hordes of jazz buskers on Frenchman St, takeaway cocktails are the norm and
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Roadtrip north Queesnland to Cooktown and Cooktown Expo 2020
22nd January 2020
Cooktown is one of the most beautiful places in Queensland. Picture: Tourism Tropical North Queensland. It’s a town in far north Queensland that’s steeped in Australian history – and one of the most beautiful spots in the state – but most Aussies haven’t even heard of this coastal gem.. Cooktown has been
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6 unique things to do in South Australia
21st January 2020
Ah, South Australia. Home to exceptional wines, cheap seafood, healing pools and the “feral” antipasto. Before you visit, get in on the locals’ secrets.. The Pool of Siloam – Australia’s own Dead Sea. The Pool of Siloam, a salt lake seven times saltier than the sea, is reputed to cure all matter
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Worst flight mistake ever: Naomi Steer shares best and worst travel moments
18th January 2020
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Eco-friendly holiday in Hawaii: Queen Kapiolani Hotel, Snorkel Eco-Ventures
2nd January 2020
There’s a new trend in travel: Leave it better than you found it.. I am on my hands and knees, under a tangle of mangrove-like shrubs, digging an old shoe out of sucking mud in Kaneohe Bay, on the north eastern coast of Oahu, Hawaii.. I’ve been here for a bit over
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Why NZ’s winter sports capital is just as good in summer
24th December 2019
When the snows of winter melt away, Queenstown just cruises on. Its world-famous adventure tourism attractions all operate as usual, the spectacular scenery looks arguably even better and the Continental-type climate of Central Otago sets the scene for indulgent warm-weather activities like vineyard tastings and music festivals. Here are some
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The Best Cyber Monday Travel Deals For 2019 – Big 7 Travel
27th November 2019
Looking for the best Cyber Monday travel deals for 2019? From deals on flights, hotels, and cruises to crazy flash deals, this is an excellent day to book the trip of a lifetime.. While Black Friday is superb, Cyber Monday has some amazing deals for travel getaways.. As well as travel sites
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The Best Black Friday Travel Deals For 2019 – Big 7 Travel
22nd November 2019
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Best places to stay in Los Cabos, San Jose and San Lucas hotels
8th November 2019
The twin “cabos” of San Jose and San Lucas, on the tip of Mexico’s Baja California peninsula, make up one of the country’s resort regions. Ritzy accommodation options and an easy 2½ hour flight from LAX, add to its popularity within the party-set. But while it might earn its frat-boy
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The 7 Most Haunted Places In California – Big 7 Travel
20th October 2019
As if we didn’t have enough to be scared about, we love to freak ourselves out that bit more. It’s officially spooky season, so that means people are on the hunt for the most haunted houses in California and other scary places.. From famous haunted houses to ghost sightings in old
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The Bali little black book: 24 top tips from locals
12th October 2019
The best thing about Bali isn’t its warm-hearted people, the epic surf or cheap massages.. The one overriding quality of this much-loved island destination is that there’s always more to discover. No matter how much ground we think we’ve covered, most of us never scratch the surface. That’s what makes Bali
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The 50 Best Craft Beer Bars In The US – Big 7 Travel
27th September 2019
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Cheap flights to Europe from Australia: Etihad to Rome for $793
25th September 2019
If you’re hoping to be that person on holidays making everyone back home jealous — now’s the chance.. Flights to Rome are now cheaper than a weekend up the coast.. Cheap flights site I Know the Pilot has scoured the globe and found the ultimate deal to Europe — Melbourne to Rome
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48hr Guide to Le Touquet, France
25th September 2019
What to do. Le Touquet grew from a small resort with a vast, golden beach into a fully-fledged town in 1912. But it was a pair of enterprising Brits who first developed the winning formula of golf and gambling that drew the celebrities and high rollers to its shores. All of
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How to sleep well when travelling and how to beat jet lag
7th September 2019
Sleeping around has never been so important, or luxe, like this treehouse in Mexico. Picture: Playa Viva. Check into The Zed Rooms in East London and you could be snuggling into an architect-designed womb for the night. The boutique hotel has created a cocoon-like bed made of layers of peach-coloured timber
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Best things to do in Barcelona with kids
6th September 2019
Barcelona might be known for its architecture but there are other treats too, that make it just as inspiring for little ones.. STAY. The property is at no great risk of winning any design awards but a stay at centrally located Hotel Turin is perfect for those searching for quadruple family rooms
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Heritage Madrid Hotel
Calle de Diego de León, 43, Madrid
40.434873°N -3.678937°E

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24-hour front desk / Coffee shop / Free high speed internet connection / Laundry/Valet service / Lounges/bars / Multilingual staff / Pets allowed / Restaurant

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Rollaway bed