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Hotel Lindenwirt – The Rhine

Hotel Lindenwirt – The Rhine

Located on a quiet bend of the Rhine, Hotel Lindenwirt is a charming hotel in the heart of the old town of Rudesheim.

Following Le Tour

Following Le Tour

An email from a member of The Travel Bug family tells the story of what it’s like to follow the Tour De France on your own bike. By John Feain

The Meydan Hotel – Dubai

The Meydan Hotel – Dubai

As a base to explore Dubai or a destination in itself, The Meydan is a stunning hotel that ticks all the boxes.

Stone Henge

Stone Henge

Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument, built around 3100BC and located in the English county of Wiltshire, about 150 kilometres west of central London.

More than the Murray!

More than the Murray!

In the Wentworth you can find colonial heritage, learn what life was like for the settlers of the Murray River, and discover an ancient landscape where giants once roamed.

24 Hours in Mumbai

24 Hours in Mumbai

India has long been a cultural melting pot, created by a succession of foreign invaders including Hindu Aryans, Islamic Moguls and the British

Yotsutake Restaurant – Food & Fun

Yotsutake Restaurant – Food & Fun

A traditional Okinawan banquet combined with Ryukyu dance performances gives you one of the best nights out in Naha city, Okinawa!

Schwartz’s Deli – Montreal, Canada

Schwartz’s Deli – Montreal, Canada

Montreal’s most popular lunch haunt is the urban icon of Schwartz’s. It’s a meat lover’s heaven and we rate it as home to one of the best sandwiches on the planet!

Hermitage – Mt Cook, New Zealand

Hermitage – Mt Cook, New Zealand

As far as rooms with a view go, this place is about as good as it gets. Add in a variety of boarding styles to suit most budgets, loads of activities and amazing food, and you have the perfect place for those looking for a weekend of luxury in the wilderness.

Cherry Blossoms – Japan

Cherry Blossoms – Japan

The annual blossoming of the cherries in Japan is a beautiful phenomenon that has formed a valuable part of Japanese culture for centuries.