Travel reviews

Quantum of the Seas

Review: Quantum of the Seas - a quantum leap in hi-tech cruises

It’s the third largest cruise ship in the world - but proudly claims to be the most high-tech. But there’s much more to Quantum of the Seas than futuristic gimmicks, writes David Powles.

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Champney's, Tring.

Travel review: Champneys, Tring

“Isn’t that the place where they put you on a diet and feed you salads,” my mother mused when I told her I was going to Champneys.

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Tree skiing

Tremblant and Montreal travel review: Snowboarding and urban culture combine for thrilling winter break in Quebec

Sylvain jabs me with his ski poles and orders me to straighten my feet, but within seconds they lapse into their natural wonky state.

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East Side Gallery

Travel review: Germany’s capital, 25 years on from the Berlin Wall’s fall

Scenes of desperation, euphoria and hope unfolding on the news as the Berlin Wall was ripped down in a torrent of defiance is one of my very earliest memories.

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Liz Nice and her partner Darren Lorking escape to a Stoke by Nayland Lodge for an overnight stay.

Review: Liz Nice and her partner take a break from football practice, the school run and Horrible Histories and rediscover who they really are at Stoke By Nayland Hotel, Golf and Spa

I live with two enchanting young boys, a demanding dog and a serene and judgmental cat who looks down upon our frenetic, chaotic lives with barely concealed derision.

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The Angel Hotel, Bury St Edmunds

Review: Celebrate Halloween with Fright Night Fridays at the Angel Hotel, Bury St Edmunds

This autumn The Angel Hotel in Bury St Edmunds is introducing a Fright Night Fridays package, combining dinner and an overnight stay at the boutique hotel with a guided walk around the town’s most haunted spots. Natalie Sadler wrapped up warm for a creepy night out.

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Reader Travel 2013

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