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5 of the most luxurious ski resorts in Europe to visit in 2021

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Whether you are holding on to the hope that your summer holiday is still going ahead or not, it may be time to forget about that for now and focus instead on your next winter holiday. Yes, it seems a little bit too far away to be considering digging out your skis and donning your finest Slope winter gear, but it will certainly give you something to look forward to in these uncertain times. If you’re looking for some inspiration on your next European destination in which to hit the slopes in style, then read on for our round up...

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How Europe Is Getting People Back To Work

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Get the latest on coronavirus. Sign up to the Daily Brief for news, explainers, how-tos, opinion and more. For nearly two months, the UK government has warned the public to “stay home” in order to curtail the spread of the coronavirus. Now, the emphasis is shifting toward getting people back to work. “We now need to stress that anyone who can’t work from home — for instance, those in construction or manufacturing — should be actively encouraged to go to work,” prime minister Boris Johnson said in an address to the nation on Sunday night.  Johnson’s announcement was short on...

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Dan and I recently took a road trip through Somerset, where we stationed ourselves in Cheddar Gorge for a few days, and tried all the Cheddar Gorge walks we could

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I’d just spent the last two months hunched over in the library studying for my board exams, so I gave Dan full travel planning powers. My only requirement was somewhere I could get fresh air. We had a lovely few days traipsing about the heath and catching views across the gorge itself. Here are some of my favorite Cheddar Gorge walks! Related: 7 Things to do in Frome, Somerset That You’ll Love   What is Cheddar Gorge and why is it worth a visit? Driving through the Somerset farmland, you feel like you’re in a classic British picture book. Then,...

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Looking for the best things to do in Cheddar Gorge? Dan and I just got back from a lovely few days based in Cheddar Gorge, exploring Somerset

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When we arrived, we knew we wanted to do as many Cheddar Gorge walks as we could. However, we had plenty of time (and plenty of rain) to explore other activities in Cheddar as well. After quite a bit of research, and lot of exploration on our part, here are my recommended things to do in Cheddar Gorge. Related: 11 Cheddar Gorge Walks You Need to Try Why visit Cheddar Gorge? If you’re still on the fence about Cheddar Gorge, and worried there aren’t enough things to do in Cheddar, let me put your mind at ease! Cheddar is the...

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Cycling with a view, huh?

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Fresh air, sunny spells, and stunning mountains. Our trip to Trentino, Northern Italy, was a wake-up call to all our senses. From tasty food and wine, that filled our bellies and souls to magnificent mountains, lakes, and rivers that enchanted our eyes. We were surprised by the number of cool things to do in Alpe Cimbra in the Summer, experiences that kept us busy for two days. Folagria, Lavarone, and Luserna are the three cities that form Alpe Cimbra, a region famous for Winter holidays. However, Alpe Cimbra is also a Summer paradise, a place where you can find culture,...

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