Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras: What to do & Where to store your luggage

What is the Sydney Mardi Gras The Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2019 is an annual LGBTQI pride festival and parade in Sydney. The festival officially begins Friday, February 15 and will end on Sunday, March 3, 2019. Every year, more than 300,000 people from all over the world attend events such as the …

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7 Best Things To Do In Paris in 2024

Paris is the world’s 3rd most visited destination, with more than 15 million visitors annually. With numbers like this, calling it touristy would be an understatement. With so many things to do in Paris, it can get quite packed around the main attractions, especially during peak seasons. However, the popularity of Paris is anything but …

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Edinburgh Luggage Storage: Where to Store your Bag During the Fringe

Every year thousands of people flock to Edinburgh to take part in the largest art festival on earth and catch a variety of shows going from theatre and live music to one-on-one speed dating performance art. If you’re one of the lucky ones heading there you’re probably going to need somewhere to store your bags, …

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10 Must-Have Apps When Visiting Paris (2024)

Legend has it, once upon a time people used printed maps when travelling to a new city. Forget about GPS and asking Siri where you are, there was a time when if you didn’t know the name of the street you were on, your only hope was asking a kind stranger for directions. Such barbaric …

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Hidden Gems in Rome: Discover Rome Off the Beaten Path

Rome is one of the world’s most beautiful and historic cities. Its history extends over 2500 years and has always been a center of politics, culture, and progress. The city’s construction is shrouded in tradition and folklore, and there are numerous versions of how this magnificent city came to be.  Various Roman emperors ruled over …

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Airbnb Problems: What to Do with Your Luggage After Check Out

You’re familiar with the predicament: you packed your bags, had a last walk around the flat, gave back the keys…and now you’ve got hours to wait before your train or flight departs. Or, you found an incredible deal on a flight. The only problem? It arrives at 6am, and that’s too early to check into …

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Quick City Guides: Things to Do in Cambridge

While we were apprehensive about writing a travel guide to ‘the Other Place’, we concede that Cambridge really is a stunning tourist destination. Quirky, ancient and brimming with tradition and history, the leafy meadows and riverside lawns give Cambridge a tranquil atmosphere quite unlike it’s more urban rival, Oxford. Strolling through the narrow, cobbled streets …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge is arguably London’s most swanky neighbourhood. Expect StashPoints full of Gucci suitcases and Armani handbags. Expect to brush shoulders with Saudi Sheikhs and Jamie Laing from Made in Chelsea. In short, expect decadence, exclusivity and immaculate surroundings from the crown jewel of SW1. This prestigious part of town attracts tourists in their droves, with …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Earl’s Court

Another well-known transport hub, Earl’s Court has historically been seen as one of the main gateways to West London (as well as a competitor for the most confusing underground station in the city). However, in recent years, and thanks to a considerable programme of urban redevelopment, Earl’s Court has an increasing amount to offer the …

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Quick London Guides: Things to Do in Hammersmith

Hammersmith, Hammersmith, Hammersmith. Where to begin? Some describe this borough as the real beating heart of West London, a lively mix of upmarket pubs, beautiful riverside scenery and great eateries, as well as some of the best live entertainment venues in the country. Drop off your bags and take a peek at what W6 has …

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