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    • 41.

      Travel & Tourism Driving tips in Denmark

      by ANDY BURROWS - 2007-07-23
      Danish road rules Drivers must be at least 18 years and always be carrying their full, valid license and insurance documents with them in the car. Rental documents, international driving permits,...
    • 42.

      Driving tips in Denmark

      by Andy Burrows - 2007-07-25
      Denmark has an excellent road network, with wide, smooth surfaces, well-lit highways and accessible towns and cities. Roads are also very well signposted and traffic jams are rare in all but the...
    • 43.

      Save time and money booking airport parking at Luton

      by Andy Burrows - 2007-07-26
      Luton is quite simple to fly from as there is only one terminal, so no confusion will arise when you are transferring from the airport parking area to check-in for your flight. There are three o...
    • 44.

      Useful Airport Manchester Parking Information

      by Craig Walker.. - 2007-11-30
      Getting the right parking at Manchester Airport is as important as getting the right flight from Manchester. You can pay more than you need to and be inconvenienced more than necessary. There are ways...
    • 45.

      Parallel Parking For The UK Driving Test

      by Viddy55 - 2008-01-24
      Parking in the gap between two vehicles is known as reverse parallel parking. We reverse into the gap because cars have greater maneuverability when driven in reverse than they do when going for...
    • 46.

      What Is A Boutique Hotel And Brasserie?

      by Richard Finney - 2008-09-16
      Boutique hotels - usually privately owned - first began springing up in the 1980s in big cities like London and New York. They are usually smaller, more intimate and more luxurious than the bigger cha...
    • 47.

      Trendy Boutique Hotels And Brasseries

      by Richard Finney - 2008-09-16
      If your hotel hints at luxury, is intimate, furnished in a quirky but stylish way and has a cosy restaurant and bar, then you're almost certainly staying in a boutique hotel and brasserie. But what ex...
    • 48.

      A New Trend? - The Boutique Hotel And Brasserie

      by Richard Finney - 2008-09-17
      Over twenty years ago a new trend of hotel, the boutique hotel, began appearing in major cities around the world and today they've now become an exciting part of the business of hospitality and tour...
    • 49.

      A Great Place To Stay - A Boutique Hotel And Brasserie

      by Richard Finney - 2008-09-17
      I can't help it. I'm a traveller. I'm hooked. I have itchy feet. But, after a full day's excursion and exertion, there's nothing I enjoy more than returning to my hotel for a fine meal, a glass (or tw...
    • 50.

      UK Marinas

      by Simon White - 2008-09-17
      Boats in marinas are moored on buoys or floating walkways. Buoys are cheaper to rent but less convenient than being able to walk from land to boat. Harbor shuttles, known as "water taxis", may be ava...