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Paris in the Rain!

Having just returned from a lovely but rainy weekend in Paris, I have put together some tips to make the best of a wet weekend in the city of lights and romance. 1. Travel light – it’s no fun struggling on the metro with heavy bags – but leave a bit of room for some […]

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Emmerdale – The Tour 2016

Discover secrets and facts behind the making of the multiple award-winning TV soap. With new dates just released this spring, for excursions on selected weekends right through till October 2016, this is your chance to experience Emmerdale – the Tour. We think this is great news if you missed your chance the 1st time round […]

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Save an hour as the clocks go back

This Sunday 25th October, we get 1 extra hour in bed which is just brilliant! As autumn draws to a close and winter sets in, it’s time to get excited about end of year events like Halloween, Harvest Time/Thanksgiving, Black Friday Sales, Christmas market tours, and Christmas – Yes Christmas it’s less than 9 weeks […]

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Wiesbaden – The Nice of the North

Written by Alexander Kuntic – Exchange student from Germany Hi, my name is Alex.  I am from Germany and am currently doing a work experience placement at Wallace Arnold Worldchoice. My hometown Wiesbaden is one of the nicest cities in Germany, so I would like to tell you a little bit about it. Wiesbaden, the capital […]

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Discover Hannover – An Insider’s view

Written by Sarina Czerwinski – Exchange student from Germany Hi, my name is Sarina Czerwinski and I’m 18 years old. At the moment I’m doing a three weeks internship in England to improve my English skills and see what is the difference between the working environment in Germany and England. Since I was born, I’ve […]

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It’s Springtime as the clocks go forward!

Hurray, it’s officially spring! Springtime make us feel great. The weather is fair, we see more daylight, flowers are beginning to blossom, a bank holiday is upon us, it’s just warm enough to turn down the heating a notch or 2 and you begin to think, ‘I’m glad I’ve got a little holiday booked for […]

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