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For those people who love the fresh air and countryside but don’t want to be too far from the city, Weybridge is an ideal location. Situated an hour outside of London in the Surrey countryside, this beautiful town has plenty to explore whilst keeping the whole family entertained.  Whether you’re a history buff, motor enthusiast, London bus aficionado, or simply a lover of fresh air and a warm welcome, then Weybridge will be just up your alley. There areworld class attractions to see, and brilliant food and drink,...

No matter the purpose of the trip, we are guilty of requesting the highest degree of luxury when it comes to the journey. Whether it be the transfer from the airport to the hotel, or the upgrade to the king-size suite, enhanced comfort and relaxation goes along way in ensuring our happiness. Here, we run through exactly what it means to travel in luxury, while also assessing some of the budget options which can be taken advantage off as well. Airport Stage one of the commute for a holiday starts here — airports are full of...

Your wedding day is undoubtedly one of the most special and important days of your life. You’ll be marrying the love of your life, you’ll be surrounded by your nearest and dearest, so obviously you want everything to be perfect. But choosing the perfect location that fits the wedding of your dreams can be a stressful matter. Of course, you don’t want your wedding to blend in with the rest — you want it to be a day that everyone’ll remember. If you’re looking for something that is more unique and special that matches your...

There are few more stunning places on earth than the great National Parks of western USA. The concept of a park or nature reserve under state ownership is believed to have originated in the United States in 1870 but Australia was not far behind as we established our first park and the world’s second national park in 1878 just south of Sydney. I have just returned from a visit through six of the U.S parks and I am very impressed. Each is different and it is impossible to say which is best. Bryce Canyon in southern Utah was the...

The UK is packed with so many stunning destinations. Despite this, it can be a challenge to find an equally stunning accommodation to stay in. However, after the influx of more than 4,000 visitors during London 2012 Olympic games, we saw the arrival of a new type of lodging that has sparked a new travel trend. Airbnb, owned by American billionaire Brian Chesky, enables many travellers to veer away from the standard hotel room, in favour of an individual experience in a unique destination. Together with bottled gas supplier Flogas,...

The holidays are meant to be a joyous time, a time for communal celebration and much-needed rest, but oftentimes the season has the opposite effect on people. There are a number of potentially contributing factors to this “holiday stress”, which are listed below, but you can take solace in knowing that there also many ways to allay that stress. This article will look at a few of the common stress triggers surrounding the season, as well as what you can do to remain calm, cool and collected. Why Is the Holiday Season So...

A house fire is tragic any time of the year, but it’s especially tragic around the holidays. When you and your family should be cozying up around the fireplace or sitting down to a holiday meal, you’re worrying about where you’re going to stay and whether or not your insurance coverage will be enough to rebuild the home and your lives. Unfortunately, the holidays also bring a higher risk of house fires. The risk increases for a variety of reasons, including furnaces being used for the first time since last winter, cooking meals...

The EVUS, designed by the United States government in 2016, is an automated travel authorization which regulates the worthiness of Chinese citizens with a legal 10-year B2, B1 and B1/2 United States Visa for either business and leisure purposes. The technology was spearheaded by the U.S Border Protection (CBP) department to regulate and curb the increasing cases of illegal immigration into the country. As per the B1, B2 and B1/2 regulations, a traveler is only allowed to stay in the country for a specified timeframe of 6 months or...

Australia is so full of bucket-list-worthy destinations that it is difficult to know where to start. For the older travellers amongst you, a relaxed approach to this adventurous country might be preferable. There’s no need to rush around to each and every city. Instead, take your time, relax, and enjoy your Australian adventure by visiting these five must-see attractions. It is important to go at your own pace and take in the natural wonders Australia has to offer without any pressure. Along with Acorn Stairlifts, Australia’s...

New Zealand is often regarded as the capital of extreme sports and challenging hikes. But there is a lot more to this beautiful country than meets the eye. There are many fantastic tourist spots and local gems that you can access in a wheelchair or with other disabilities. Even attractions that you think may be out of reach are likely to cater to disabled visitors, especially if you let them know you’ll be coming. From iconic buildings to beautiful landscapes, let’s take a look at New Zealand’s most impressive accessible landmarks. ...