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Why reliving our best ever trips can feed the soul

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If you’re planning your next getaway as a night spent outdoors, skip the tent and opt for a night spent in your car. The set-up time is negligible, and car camping is an affordable, uncomplicated way to experience the outdoors.

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9 car camping essentials for those hopeful summer road trips
If you’re planning your next getaway as a night spent outdoors, skip the tent and opt for a night spent in your car. The set-up time is negligible, and car camping is an affordable, uncomplicated way to experience the outdoors.
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Forget Zoom: your collective travel experiences can help your family bond
Given that we can’t travel right now it might seem counterintuitive to suggest that spending time as a family talking about past trips or planning new ones can help with stress levels. Surely nothing is more frustrating than talking about all the things you did once but can’t do now? Perhaps, but there are also big advantages to reliving old trips.
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5 classic cocktails from around the world
Behind every cocktail is a marvelous story of people and place. Whether you wish to be back in a buzzing city filled with life racing by, or on a secluded beach with the sun shining on your face, here are a handful of cocktails that will transport you to wherever it is you long to be from the comfort of your own home. There are no airports nearby.
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"I hope this is au revoir and not goodbye" - Our last trip to Paris before lockdown
It was my fifth trip to Paris, and my son’s first. For that reason alone, I couldn’t bring myself to cancel the plans we’d been rehearsing for weeks – climbing the Eiffel Tower, daily breakfasts of pain au chocolat, a glimpse of the Mona Lisa. When 14 March arrived it brought with it a sense of impending gloom, as just days earlier coronavirus had been declared a worldwide pandemic.
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Indoor inspiration
 
 
 
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