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The beautiful Spanish city of Seville doesn’t often have to play second fiddle to anything.
When is a castle not a castle? When it can be found in the centre of Nottingham.
If it is natural wonders you are after you could do a lot worse than spend some times visiting Plitvice Lakes.
So I have made it safely home after my visit to Germany’s fourth biggest city.
Oktoberfest is not only a feast for the beer loving senses, but for your eyes and ears as well. From incredible fairground rides to traditional costume (and sometimes – look away now Mrs Lewis – what’s in them), to majestic beer tents and brilliant bands.
Take a walk through Bratislava’s Old Town, or Staré Mesto as the locals would call it, and its Baroque architecture, Old Town Hall and cobbled streets are likely to take you back a few centuries.
They may take our lives, but they’ll never take our freedom! So said William Wallace… or at least so said Mel Gibson. But if you want a real taste of Scotland’s Braveheart, there is no better place to go than The National Wallace Monument.
The Province of Alicante is home to sun drenched ex-pat Brits, orange groves, gorgeous coastlines and surprisingly desolate mountains.