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I love Italy, especially Bergamo. Sometimes I have to remember to come home!
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Hi,Gothenburg is a lovely city and is served well by train and low cost air travel so there are many good options for weekend trips. You could take a train from Centralstation to Stockholm Oslo Copenhagen all worthy of a weekend. Ryanair flies from G... See More
Hi Roger,I would recommend the Emilia-Romagna region. Parma is a university town, very popular with cyclists and has some nice routes around the town. It's also interesting in its own right and the whole area is foodie heaven! If you're reasonably fi... See More
Hi Kari,I live in Ireland and the places that I am regularly drawn to are: Connemara The Burren Donegal West Cork Kilkenny Dingleand KenmareI always get goosebumps driving over The Connor Pass into Dingle and taking the Slea Head Drive from Dingle to... See More
Hi Kari,Newport House is a beautiful Georgian house about 15 minutes drive from Westport (Ireland) It is steeped in history and has a very well reviewed seafood restaurant. Take a look at www.irelands-blue-book.ie and www.hiddenireland.com for other ... See More
Hi Lynne,You have a couple of options. If you want to go to Galway first take the M50 from Dublin, join with the M4 and then the M6. The route is well signposted and is motorway the whole way to Galway city. The journey takes a little over 2 hours. I... See More
Hi guys,Maybe somebody could help me decide on a big holiday destination? I have 3 weeks to a month, in late July/August. I have been looking at Costa Rica and Colombia and also Borneo and Cambodia but am open to other places too. We like to stay in ... See More
Hi Bailey,Lovely itinerary! I would add two places: Girona which is a fab little town and has one of the best restaurants in the world: El Celler De Can Roca (it holds 3 Michelin stars) and some amazing walks nearby. It's quite a foodie place and the... See More
Interesting question! Probably the most incredible room I have ever visited was Cormac's Chapel in Rock of Cashel Co. Tipperary. It's truly an amazing place - built as a chapel for Cormac McCarthy, high king of Munster between 1127 and 1134. Some of ... See More