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How Would You Spend 24 Hours in New York City?
The Big Apple. It's widely known as the city that never sleeps, and with its never-ending list of world-famous attractions and eateries, it's easy to…
New Low-Cost Airline Routes for Winter 2014
If you're looking for travel inspiration and you're not tempted by the destinations on offer from your local airport, you're in luck. We've been sleuthing…
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Thought you have to go abroad if you want to see truly spectacular scenery? Think again. We Brits can boast of golden Caribbean-esque beaches, majestic…
Remote Access: Weirdest Places with Wi-Fi
Unless your idea of a holiday is a totally technology-free retreat, you may well consider access to wireless Internet a travel necessity. It can even…
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Now obviously, at dealchecker we're all very hard at work searching for the best travel deals on the web. But when we hear about new…
Beach Cities: Destinations for City Slickers and Sun-Seekers
Isn't it fortuitous that the earliest inhabitants of many of the world's major cities chose to settle near water? It's like they knew that at…