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Christmas Travels: The Best Places for You to Spend the Holidays

In recent years, Christmas has become a global celebration, regardless of location or religion. Because of this, more people, including families, couples, and solo travelers alike, are choosing to spend the holidays away from home and somewhere new in the world.

The only issue with this plan is deciding on a destination. With so many beautiful towns and cities out there, all with their own traditions, events, and decorations, narrowing down your options can be tricky. 

Europe has become a popular destination to visit during Christmas for so many reasons. Starting with traditional Christmas markets with plenty of things to offer, to the idea where you could stop by several countries all at once with some easy packing list for Europe during winter.

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How to Plan for the Ultimate UK Road Trip

The UK is quite possibly the best destination if you want to go on a road trip. There are sights to be seen all over the place and the scenery is absolutely fantastic as well. If you want to get the best result out of your trip or if you need some help planning out your vacation, then here are some top tips that will help to get you started.

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Europe at a Glance with INSIDR.CO

It’s always such a delight whenever I come across another blog or website whom I share the same goals with. Though we share the same purpose, it’s always as if getting fresh eyes and seeing things from a different perspective!

One of those platforms is INSIDR.co, a travel website aimed at publishing useful and up-to-date content on traveling in Europe. I’m excited to be sharing some articles of theirs that I think might be useful to my followers too!

So I’ve linked them all up for you to see them easily and like always, please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts, or suggest content that you’d like to see covered. Anyway, here goes!

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What You Could Get In Cambridge For $10 – Strolling the Local’s Hidden Gem

From English dictionary to the infamous Stephen Hawking, I think we all agree that at some point in our lives, we get familiar with the word Cambridge.

But for those who are not Briton, how much do you know about the city other than the university and its campus architecture and notable achievements in research and whatnot?! Let’s take an example… Me.

I used to work for an English school, and it was in my daily task to promote our Cambridge curriculum a few years ago. But then again, if you ask me what else that I know about Cambridge as the city, I’ll probably shut up because I have zero knowledge about the city itself.

So, after we covered York a couple of weeks ago for the $10 series, now let’s find out more about Cambridge… This time, I’ve got Josh and Sarah from Veggie Vagabonds to contribute for this piece! 😉

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What You Could Get In York For $10 – Betty’s Fat Rascal

By now, you probably know that I’m the queen of random trivia that could amaze some people I met along the way, yet (still) couldn’t get me far in life. At least not so far.

So, now that we’ve read about what we could get in New York for $10 a few months ago, let me give you another random trivia… Did you know that New York is called New York, because it’s named after York as King Charles II gave the land to his brother James, who happened to be the Duke of York?

Sure, just like all the useless knowledge that I’ve got in mind, I didn’t get any medal of appreciation from spending on Google for a little too much.

But then again, on this week’s $10 series, we will go to the original York because the lovely Nadia from Saying Yes would love to share with us some fatty from the city of England. Nope, I’m not fat shaming anybody here, don’t worry! 😀

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