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England: Holiday Inn Birmingham & Holiday Inn Southampton

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Birmingham – Discover the history of chocolate and see it being made. The Cadbury factory at Bourneville has a visitor centre that is dedicated to the history of chocolate. Visitors can learn about how cocoa beans are grown, how they came to be imported to Europe and made into the chocolate that we know today. There is also a factory shop where visitors can purchase a wide range of Cadbury products at factory prices. A restaurant/cafeteria can be found on site and there is a play area for children. Special features include a 3D video story and an interactive theatre which deals not only with chocolate, its manufacture and its advertising but also provides an insight into the Cadbury family who created the UK’s favourite chocolate produce. The new...

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England – Family Hotels in Southampton

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Hotels in Southampton for Families If you’re looking for an active or relaxing family break away, staying in hotels in Southampton could be exactly what you need. The maritime city of Southampton enjoys a delightful location, on the south coast of England and amongst this you can find plenty of family friendly attractions and activities. Whether it’s taking the kids to the Quays Swimming Complex, taking a step back in time to the Maritime Museum or watching a film in the cinema at the Ocean Village, you’re bound to find something exciting to do. In the city itself, there are many parks, museums, theatres and sports facilities as well as family friendly pubs and restaurants to relax in. A little bit further from hotels in Southampton you’ll find two fantastic...

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Information On Luxury Hotels In Europe

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There are many luxury hotels in Europe that a person can contemplate over. With the expansive countryside that Europe offers, it can be difficult sorting out the best luxury hotels out there. Luckily there is help available that takes that sentiment and conveniently lines everything up. The trick is knowing where to look and who to trust. Of course, it is not without doing a little exploration first. There are many elements that need to be separated in order to find which luxury hotel is best regarding personal needs. Fundamentally, they are all the same and offer cloned basic necessities that everyone can enjoy. Luxury hotels in Europe all offer stellar architecture, first rate cuisines, refreshing pools, lush courtyards, and some technologically savvy...

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The New Four Seasons Downtown Denver

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I am Dan Polimino with Colorado Dream House and this week’s market update for the week of September 20. All right everybody eat your heart out, this past week I have the pleasure of getting an advance preview of the Four Seasons hotel, and in Four Seasons in downtown Denver, and if you’re familiar with the Four Seasons resorts then you’re accustomed to the elegance, the service, the amenities and the appointments, it’s all fantastic. It’s really living the good life. If you are new to the Four Seasons, well then I think you’ll be blown away. If you have an opportunity to come to Denver check it out. The building is 45-storeys tall and it’s broken up this way, the first 17 floors are for the hotel and hotel guests. Floors...

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Choosing Discount Travel

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Holidays are always special to us. We all love to go for a vacation each and every year to places which are interesting. There are people who have a hobby of travelling from one place to the other. They have the habit of going to new places. We can either go out for a holiday with our friends or our loved ones. There are so many places in the world and they have so many interesting facts about them. Some places have historical importance while the others have natural beauty. Other than a desire to travel you also need money to go out for a holiday. These days travel has become quite expensive. When you are out for a holiday there are so many things which you need to keep in mind. You need to book your tickets, accommodations, manage your food as well as sight...

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Western Mediterranean Cruises

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Planning a Western Mediterranean cruise? Lucky you. While most of your friends are stuck laboring at their 9-5 jobs you’ll be sailing the sunny seas, eating world class food and visiting some of the most fabulous destinations on the planet. In fact, there is so much to see and do, coming up with an itinerary can be quite a challenge. With magical destinations like France, Italy, Spain and Portugal to choose from there are enough options to fill half a dozen vacations. France: If you’ve always wanted to tour the magnificent French Riviera then a cruise is just about the most perfect way to do so. Take a shore excursion to the town of Villefranche-sur-Mer and see the beauty that inspired the art of Matisse and Picasso. In Marseille you can see the...

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