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Would You Like a Foreign Biscuit with That?

No matter where in the world you drink a cup of tea you will want a biscuit with it. After all, a drink’s too wet without one. So what biscuits are you likely to come across on your travels?  Here are some of the best ones which are made and eaten in some of the […]

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European Music Festivals You Shouldn’t Miss

If Europe is known for its food, palaces and fashion, it is equally famous for music festivals across the length and width of the continent from the Isle of Wight to Croatia. If you love classical music, there are music festivals in Europe to satiate your appetite. Jazz or rock music, you name it, there […]

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Sights to see in Krakow, Poland

Krakow, Poland’s second-largest city, doesn’t just offer a beautiful cityscapes, historical buildings and monuments. There are many fascinating sights to see in Krakow, including a 700-year-old salt mine, Saint Mary’s Church, Oskar Schindler’s Enamelware Factory, Royal Chambers, and the Remuh Cemetary. Salt Mine The Salt Mine is located just outside of Krakow’s city center in […]

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