This is a guest post from Sarah Paige. She has written an article about travelling with a GPS unit, don’t forget these can apply to walking devices as well as in car, and also many modern phones will have similar GPS capability too, before you go spending. Enter Sarah:
There is little doubt that GPS units can be worth their weight in gold, especially if you’ll be travelling to unfamiliar places. They save time, ease frustration and best of all, are immensely helpful in getting you from A to B without getting lost. But is a GPS really all it’s cracked up to be?
We weigh up the pros and cons of investing in a GPS unit before you decide on buying a new machine. Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →
This is a guest post provided by rent a car.
Anytime you drive literally and sometimes figuratively out of your comfort zone, you are engaged in a road trip. The road trip conjures up images both positive and negative in people’s minds but the negative mostly depends on who is riding in the car with you and whether or not your destination is worth the drive. When five college buddies hop into a 1998 Honda with a sun-damaged roof and head to a rock concert in another state, so they can Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →
2010 – Sydney, 2011 – Tokyo, 2012 – London. It seems I have developed a habit of welcoming new years in different major cities around the world, this is also something I want to keep up, maybe I can stretch it further and keep to a different continent too, New York 2013 anyone?
To prepare for the big night in my home countries capital, I decided to make a brief to-do list over the new years period. I’ve been to London a few times before and seen most of the big sites, but some are worth revisiting, and some I’ve not seen before. I will also be accompanied by my girlfriend who I will be meeting in London and has never been before, so it’s important to view it from some fresh eyes.
1. Abbey Road – The crossing made famous by The Beatles album named after it, and constantly filled with tourists doing ‘that pose’. It needs to be done really doesn’t it?
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There are many different ways to get from point A to point B nowadays. In terms of the Great British holiday, point A is most likely to refer to good old Blighty herself and point B is more often than not the lovely lady France. And in terms of travel, nothing quite beats getting to point B than in the eternally faithful point C – the family Car.
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This is a guest post from hostelbookers.com
Cycling is a great way to get around and see the best of Barcelona. The ‘Green Ring’ is 100km of bike-only routes and lanes – through both the vibrant metropolis of Spain’s capital city as well as 12 different protected natural areas, where travellers can stop off to enjoy a picnic or test the boating lakes.
Bikes in Barcelona
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