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Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 07.12.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel The deep south (of France) by train The Independent Considering how close are Britain and France – the White Cliffs of Dover stand just 21 miles from Cap Gris Nez – you can fly to an implausible number of French […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 06.12.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel The only way is Cornwall – or is it Devon? EasyJet to launch new Southend-Newquay route The Independent The only way is Cornwall – or is it Devon? The latest flight from Southend revealed by easyJet departs from the second […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 05.12.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel App vs map on a trip to Paris The Independent Equipped with a smartphone, Emily Jupp aimed to navigate her way around the city. But did technology trounce the traditional guidebook? Where are we?” “Somewhere in Montmartre.” “I need a […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 04.12.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel ‘Gangnam Style’ puts Seoul on the travel map USA Today As the shiny black party van glides down Teheranno Boulevard past Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton windows, the driver hits the remote, releasing a soft rain of colored LED lights. […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 03.12.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel 48 hours in Florence, Italy Toronto Sun Art, magnificent buildings, exquisite food and wines. What is not to like about the home of Michelangelo’s David? Florence is well known for its fine Chianti, but while you are here, become acquainted […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 30.11.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel Journey to the end of the Earth The Independent Cape Horn has claimed countless lives over the centuries, but the beauty of this furthest tip of South America still captivates, says Chris Leadbeater. It’s the end of the world as […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 29.11.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel Could public transport in the UK ever be free? The Independent In a month’s time, using Tallinn’s public transport system won’t cost a cent. Could we ever see similar moves here? Chris Beanland finds out. Imagine if you got on […]

Grown-up Travel Guide News Update – 28.11.2012

In which we present a regular round-up of news from the world of Grown-up Travel Fastjet launches in Africa The Telegraph Fastjet, the first low-cost airline for Africa, backed by easyJet founder Stelios Haji-Ioannou, has launched with its British management team promising to “give people used to 12 hour bus rides the option to fly”. […]