Australian Holidays

Australian Holidays

So, you are thinking about taking an Australian vacation or holiday?

Australia is a fantastic country offering something for everyone. It has plenty of sunshine, amazing beaches, an outback landscape that is stunning and of course some great cities and the Great Barrier Reef.

Australian holidays can be anything you want them to be. But make sure you do some careful planning. Don’t underestimate the size of Australia which makes getting around difficult if you rely solely on a car or campervan. You will need to combine it with some air travel.

Take some advice from a local who has been there, seen it and done it! Plan your trip in sync with the Australian Weather. The good news is that it doesn’t matter when you travel, there is always somewhere in Australia that is hot (or cold!)

If you like the sunshine, then most of Australia is hot from October to March. For most Australian destinations, this is the best time to visit.

The top end of Australia (anything north of and including Cairns and Broome) has two seasons – the wet and the dry. The dry season is the time when you want to go. It’s just not a good idea to go in the wet as roads and attractions are often closed due to flooding. There is one exception to this though. You shouldn’t be put off going to the Great Barrier Reef. It might rain a bit on your way out to the reef and the boat trip could be a bit rocky but its definitely worth it.

If the usual tourist trail of the East coast isn’t really floating your boat, then head to the top end of Australia. Here you can experience some fantastic outback adventures and appreciate the stunning scenery and bird life in the nearby national parks of Kakadu and Litchfield. This area is steeped in traditional aboriginal culture -a must see area if you want to get to know the aboriginal Australia.

Australia holidays need at least 3 weeks to be enjoyed. Anything shorter will feel very rushed. Perhaps you are one of the lucky ones and have a few months to explore Australia. If so, Australia has heaps to on offer.

However long you have, try to incorporate an outback experience, at least one city and some beach/coast. That way, you will get a real feel for what Australia is all about.

I personally recommend the following places, especially if this is your first time here. Yes, some of them are very touristy but you can’t come to Oz and not do them.

Sydney – There’s more to it than the bridge and opera house but they are particularly stunning and deserve a visit.
Melbourne – a total contrast to Sydney with its great shopping and tiny lanes to explore.
Ayers Rock – a truly memorable aboriginal experience – even spiritual!
Kangaroo Island – the place to see animals in their natural environment
Jervis Bay – Amazing beaches. You’ll think you are in paradise.
The Barrier Reef – Come and see the fishes and maybe even learn to dive.

Come on – what are you waiting for!

The author Jennifer Schellington has nearly 5 years experience of travel around Australia. http://www.realaustraliatravel.com offers essential advice about travel around Australia as well as great places to visit, including hidden gems that only the aussie’s know about. Click here for more information on Australian Holidays.

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Holidays In Rajasthan

Holidays In Rajasthan

The majestic and stately Land of Rajasthan in India presents a number of traveling destinations. You may opt from Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bhilwara, Bikaner, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, Kota, Sawai madhopur and Udaipur.

Holiday in Ajmer Rajasthan Ajmer was founded by Aijpal Chauhan founded in 1100 AD. The astonishing town of Ajmer gets its name from `Ajaya Meru’ the unconquerable hill, at the foot of which it is placed today. The town of Ajmer allures numerous devotees and travelers for the grave of Sufi Saint Khwaja Moinuddin Chisti.

Holiday in Alwar Rajasthan Rao Pratap Singh in 1775 AD founded Alwar and it is amid the significant cities of Rajasthan. Alwar is frequently described as the Tiger Gate of India as it is situated close to Sariska popular for the Tiger Reserve.

Holiday in Bharatpur Rajasthan Bharatpur is preferably referred as the Ornithologists Paradise. Bharatpur is globally well-known for the Keoladeo Ghana National Park or the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary as it is repeatedly referred to as. The coming of the wandering and coming birds in the park greets tourists and bird admirers thronging to Bharatpur.

Holiday in Bikaner Rajasthan The desolate tract city of Bikaner in Rajasthan is recognized for its well-fed camels and citadels. Tremendous Forts and fascinating and enchanting camel safaris make certain that the travelers have a Wonderful time .

Holiday in Jaipur Rajasthan Vibrant and vivid culture, magnificent forts and breathtakingly beautiful palaces discriminate the capital town of Rajasthan – Jaipur from the other vacationer destinations. All decorated pink Jaipur is frequently described as the Pink City of India.

Holiday in Jaisalmer Rajasthan Profound in the spirit of Thar deset lies the fascinating and enthralling city of Jaisalmer. Crossways the sparkling and glistening sands Jaisalmer welcomes you to a vacation with forts, palaces and lakes.

Holiday in Jodhpur Rajasthan Stationed as the guard of the western border of India the blissful and festive town of Jodhpur is well-known for its forts and palaces. The beautiful Lake Place of Jodhpur is a class in itself and attracts millions of travelers round the year.

Holiday in Kota Rajasthan Holiday in Kota identified for its memorials, palaces and attractive parks. Kota is situated in the southern part of the northwestern state of Rajasthan. It happens to be a part of the Malwa plateau.

Holiday in Udaipur

Designated as one of the most idealistic and passionate cities of India – Udaipur guarantees a holiday of a lifetime. Udaipur in the majestic Indian state of Rajasthan is like a haven with its lovely lakes. Edged by the antique Aravali Mountains and set on the border of three lakes Udaipur is most excellent in winters.

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Udaipur Holiday Packages

Udaipur Holiday Packages

An idyllic place to celebrate enchanted weddings in the middle of lakes and lake palaces with the Aravalis mountains as a wonderful background, Udaipur is positively the most romantic towns in the Indian sub-continent. For this reason it is called ‘Venice of the East’ and the town of Lakes.

Udaipur also had its existence and charisma felt in the world of cinema when James Bond’s Octopussy had its shooting in the magnificent locales of the Lake Pichola. The main attraction of Udaipur is without doubt the Lake Palace hotel positioned in the center of crystal clear waters of the renowned Pichola Lake. Udaipur is approximately 650 km from New Delhi and just about 410 km from Jaipur
Udaipur, generally described as lake city of India, is one the most excellent and pleasing towns of India.

Referred to be as the most idealistic vacationer destinations in India, Udaipur is renowned for its captivating lake palaces, havelis , incredible shrines and extraordinarily gorgeous lakes and gardens. Also acknowledged for its inimitable and affluent cultural inheritance, Udaipur rejoices a good amount of multihued and vivacious festivals that never fall short to hypnotize and captivate its visitors.  

Udaipur has a good number of fine-looking travelers pull together with enchanting palaces, lakes, beautiful parks, museums, and shrines. The charming Lake Palace on the attractive Lake Pichola is the most appealing sightseeing appeals of Udaipur. An electrifying boat sailing on the sparkling and glittering blue waters of Lake Pichola provides a spectacular vision of the Palace, which seems like a enormous white lotus, budding out of the Lake.

Additional not to be overlooked magnetism on your vacation in Udaipur comprise of the miraculous Jag Niwas and Jag Mandir – the two superb palaces on the Lake-, Saheliyon- ki- Bari Garden that was specifically built for the ladies of the Mewar noble family circle, Sajjan Garh or the Monsoon Palace, Jagdish Temple, Gulab Bagh ,Pratap Memorial and Shilpagram.
How to Reach

By Air: Udaipur is associated and linked by usual flights with Delhi, Mumbai, Udaipur and Jaipur.

By Rail: Udaipur is well linked by rail with most important towns in north and west India. Udaipur is also connected by the esteemed luxury train – Palace On Wheels.  

By Road: Udaipur has a high-quality system of roads. The town is well linked by recurrent Rajasthan State Transport buses from chief cities and towns of Rajasthan and north India.

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Villa Puravida Holiday Let

Villa Puravida Holiday Let

If you are looking for the perfect holiday destination this year then you have come to the right place. Villa Puravida is the perfect Spanish villa rental for families, couples, or a group holiday.

Villa Puravida is located in Javea, Costa Blanca ad is within easy reach of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Once you have been to Villa Puravida you won’t want to leave. This luxury holiday villa is furnished to the highest possible standards. With its fresh and modern decor throughout the house its a great place to de stress. Villa Puravida has 5 spacious bedrooms, four bathrooms and a swimming pool along with a pool table and dart board for other entertainments.

Located in the lovely town of Javea, Costa Blanca this holiday villa is only 5 minutes by car from the old town of Javea. If you like historical monuments set in idyllic landscapes then a visit to the old time is a must.

If you are looking for a little bit of excitement then you should visit the Theme Park. The Terra Mitica is the Mediterranean’s leading theme park has five themed parks in one. Each park is themed to a different country (Greece, Rome, Iberia, Eqypt and the Islands). Each park is designed to enjoy the ancient and legendary civilisation of the Mediterranean. The park is about 30 minutes car journey away from Villa Puravida and has a range of rides and activities that the whole family will enjoy.

Or if it’s a water park you are looking for then Aqualandia is one of the largest water parks in Europe and is one that you should visit while staying at Villa Puravida. The park is full of great attractions such as springboards of Laguna, Kamikaze, Atlantic wave pool and the black hole to name a few. A key feature to the water park is the child friendly Adventure Land which has been developed for infants and young children to enjoy. With over 20 rides and areas, from high adrenaline rides like the big bang, to the relaxing Amazonas. The water park is about a 30 minute car ride from the villa.

If you are looking for a relaxed and peaceful holiday then Javea is the place for you, once you visit Villa Puravida we can guarantee that you will be back year after year.

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Europe Holidays

Europe Holidays

Compared to the other continents in the world, Europe is thought to be one of the most prefered destinations in the world. Europe is considered to be one of the most significant continents on the planet, though it is tiniest. The guide for travelers of Europe offers all the required knowledge to envision the journey and the vacation in Europe. It is one of few continents of the world which is awarded with heaps of opulence and attractiveness on almost every walk of the life. Envision your trip ,travel around your destinations on line, set up the cost of your European holidays and bear in mind you have sufficient money obtainable in cash which would see you to the end of your tour. Beyond belief architectures, the amazing landscapes, the marvelous appearance of relief, etc are the most important treasure which attracts the people to come . Those who are in waiting to splurge the holidays of quality to Europe can make certain to spend some good quality time in this continent. Some of the destinations worth visiting are-

Vienna Vienna, considered to be the heaven for music admirers is well-known for world class musicians like Mozart and Johan Strauss. Destinations such as the Karlskirche Donau Park, St. Stephans Cathedral, Palace of Shönbrunn, Prater and the Wienerwald are on Vienna’s list.

Tuscany The most enthusiastically and keenly vacationed places in Italy is Tuscany, positioned in the east of the Liguarian Sea and the Tyrrhenian Sea. Globally well-known tower of Pisa is the most important attraction of Tuscany. Greater part of the buildings in Tuscany is built of white marble from Carrera. Well-known cities in Tuscany are Florence and Siena is well-liked for its radiant and dynamic art work. In addition, San Gimignano, Volterra and Lucca ,Carrara are also stopped over recurrently.

The Black Forest For the travelers who take pleasure in walking throughout the woods and high grounds, Black Forest will be the suitable location. Black Forest is said to be the dwelling of the highest waterfall in Germany. Apart from this, it is recognized to be the grand makers of exclusive wooden handicrafts and the renowned cuckoo clock.

Copenhagen Copenhagen is undersized yet an attractive town. It’s the capital of Denmark, with well well-known contemporary day buildings and historical monuments as well. Places of attraction in Copenhagen are the Little Mermaid, National Museum, the National Gallery, Tivoli Garden and Amalienborg Palace.

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A Griswold Holiday

A Griswold Holiday

One of the saddest, most pathetic scenes in holiday movies can be found in National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. Chevy Chase plays Clark W. Griswold, a hard working employee who, for most of the movie, is anxiously awaiting his holiday bonus. He spills the beans to all the relatives that he had already committed the funds to a new backyard pool. The movie takes a dramatic turn when instead of receiving the expected check, his company gives him a year’s subscription to the “Jelly of the Month Club.” This Griswold family crisis led to the revenge kidnapping of Clark’s boss and a predictable moral lesson.

Much has been written about holiday pressures on families, but business is not immune from holiday stress. Gifts, travel and parties all put financial and personal pressures on us. Kids are out of school for over two weeks, leaving working parents in a bind, and employees bring the personal and financial pressures with them to the workplace. They may look to their source of income to alleviate these pressures. But what about the pressures on the business itself?

Now, no one will defend “Scrooge,” “The Devil wears Prada,” SpongeBob’s “Mr. Crabs” or The Simpson’s “Mr. Burns.” They make mean and whimsical employment decisions. Most businesses, however, have good relationships with employees and as profits ebb and flow, there will be good and not-so-good years. Most smaller business owners personally bear the burdens of these changes, making payroll and covering expenses first. The workplace may be the first to go to escape with a Clark-like hope for recognition.

The American Psychological Association did a poll a few years ago that provided some insight into what causes us the most stress during the holidays. Big surprise that money was top of the list (61%), followed by gift giving, lack of time and credit card debt. Statistics from the American Management Association show that productivity drops significantly before the holiday. With more employees asking for payroll advances and time off, missing more work because of illness or family commitments, unhappiness may be more prevalent than joy during the holiday. Business owners are not immune to this situation as they themselves may be experiencing strain either personally or in the business at a time when clients and customers aren’t (or more than usually are) coming to call.

What does this mean for labor relations, Griswold and the boss? This two-way street requires understanding on both sides. If appropriate, employers should consider “lightening up” by planning for the stress employees will surely face from the home-front or frazzled customers. This may occur by making work an “oasis” from holiday frenzy. This might also come by removing expectations of high priced gift exchanges and instead add in some casual days, pot lucks, white elephant gift exchanges or even a company-wide charity project.

Employees also need to have a “pulse” on the company’s financial situation and holiday culture. They should realize that “the boss” may not be relieved of responsibilities during the holidays and may not revel in the holiday happenings at the workplace. He or she might even be more stressed as a result of a distracted or vacationing workforce. Planning ahead by making vacation requests early and assisting the management by offering suggestions on the festivities, can help. If money is needed more than time off, then volunteering to pick up an extra shift for an absent co-worker might be welcomed.

So whatever happened with Clark Griswold, the boss and the bonus? Well, the boss (albeit a captive) sees the light about the Christmas bonuses, but this is not in time to avoid the police raid. Communication is the key and if we’re lucky we have an opportunity to bring the peace to the office that we deserve and that is truly representative of the season.

Mary Louise VanNatta, CAE has received her Certified Association Executive designation from the American Society of Association Executives.

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Banishing Holiday Boredom

Banishing Holiday Boredom

As a child I can remember thinking that the holidays, especially the long summer holiday, seemed to last forever. The novelty of being away from school wore of fairly rapidly and spent many hours amusing myself or playing with friends.

Children these days seem to have lost the art of playing and keeping themselves occupied and entertained without the aid of technology in one form or another. They spend hours indoors watching screens of different sizes and quite often, when they aren’t playing they are simply playing the part of a willing audience.

It is important that children socialise and that they learn how to occupy themselves as well. However, in these days of disjointed family relationships it is crucial that we learn how to bond with our children. Playing is an essential element of the bonding process. It is essential that children learn to play on their own, with siblings, friends and at times, strangers. They learn to make friends, share and cooperate; all skills needed throughout their lives.

Occupying and entertaining children throughout the holidays does not need to cost a fortune; it can be done very frugally and even for free!

On a piece of paper draw a shape (it doesn’t matter what shape or where you place it on the page); ask your son or daughter to turn the shape into a picture. This is a great activity to get children’s minds working. I’ve used it with great success with children of all ages from 3 to 18. It’s great fun to see what each child comes up with. Of course, adults can take part too! Create a gallery or book of the finished pictures. Extend the activity by getting them to colour the pictures and to give them a title.

Fresh air is good for everyone so don’t forget to go outside. Why not take part in a bug hunt? What about counting  the number of birds seen in 5 minutes? You could create a photographic record or a chart. Cloud watching is another fascinating way to pass the time. Children can describe what shapes they see. It is also a great opportunity to teach children about the different cloud formations and weather types in a fun and relaxed way.

Taking a long journey with children, often an essential component of holidays, can be a parent’s worst nightmare. However, with a little thought it doesn’t have to be fraught with tension. Eye-Spy is a perennial favourite of children and adults of all ages. Another favourite game that my family enjoyed when the children were younger, and indeed still do enjoy if truth be known, is Spot the Lorry. You play by calling out the names of different haulage firms as you spot the lorry. One point for being the first to correctly name the company. Incorrect naming causes a point to be lost. The winner is the person with the highest score at the end of the journey. This is a great game for helping to teach colours, shapes and reading.

These are just a few of the fun activities that you can use to beat the holiday blues and keep your children occupied; no money or technology required!

Amanda Davey is an experienced teacher, ex-childminder and mother who enjoys learning, teaching and creating fun and exciting experiences for children of all ages. For more ideas on how to prevent holiday boredom and to keep children amused visit http://my-personal-tutor.blogspot.com and download her first published free report: Beat the Holiday Blues – 32 Activities to Keep Your Children Occupied. A portfolio of her work can be found at http://amandadavey.webs.com

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Majorca Cheap Holiday

Majorca Cheap Holiday

Majorca, also known as Mallorca is lies off the eastern coast of Spain in the Mediterranean Sea and is the largest of the Balearic Islands. It only takes about to two hours to fly their from the UK and what makes it better still, is that there are various airlines offering budget flights to the capital Palma. The airport is large with all mod cons.

Majorca offers a range of attractions to suit all ages, but young singles interested in the nightlife will probably find the beach resorts on the south coast suitable. Palma is the cultural centre of Majorca and is full of history with its origins before Roman times. It as a large bay, but doesn’t have a beach, not that this is a problem as C’an Pastilla and Cala Mayor beaches are only four miles from its centre. There is a full program of festivals, exhibitions, ballet, concerts and theatre productions throughout the year. Palma has a selection of daily markets, the early morning fish market – Llotja del Peix, the lively craft market – Mercat Artesanal, a flea market – Rastro, fruit and vegetable market – Santa Catalina, flower market – Rambla and the main produce market – Mercat Olivar.

The old town of Alcudia is situated two miles from the coastal development and the tourist office offers excellent two hour walking tours. Cycle hire abounds and there is a cycle lane running the full length of the resort. Alcudia Bay has fine clean sand and warm shallow waters, which make it popular with families and also boasts good facilities a good variety of water sports.

Majorca has a coastline over three hundred miles long and the interior is an explorers paradise with mountains to the north and a landscape of almond and olive groves in the fertile south flatlands.

Lluc makes the perfect base for exploring the mountains of the North Serra and five hundred feet above sea level lays the famous monastery of Saint Moreneta where you can spend the night. Keen birdwatchers take the five mile hike from Pollenca to Castell del Rei along the Ternelles valley. The ruins date back to the 11th century and has some outstanding views.

East Majorca is well served with golf courses with two at Son Servera, another two near Capdepera and one in both Manacor and S’hort. All have an assortment of leisure facilities and are close to resorts suitable for families.

As well as resorts aimed and clubbers and families, the number of spa resorts and wellness hotels are increasingly rising. They combine luxury, beauty, alternative treatments and relaxation with numerous indoor and outdoor sports facilities including swimming pools, yoga, mountain biking, Tai chi, tennis and golf.

Majorca has something for everyone with nightclubs, discos, bars and restaurants galore, unspoilt countryside, water parks, caves, historic sites, waterfalls, mountains and an amazing coastline. The beaches are safe and clean and there are loads of apartments, houses and hotels to rent. You just have to choose whether you prefer to stay in a quiet village or a busy resort and how much you want to spend.

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Turkey Holiday Information

Turkey Holiday Information

With an incredible mixture of old and new, Turkey offers contemporary resort vacations, weekend getaways, romantic hot spots, secluded beaches and modern amenities. Turkey has always been a fantastic attraction for those interested in a fascinating mix of culture, history and sightseeing. Modern tourism has developed in Turkey over the past few decades, and now a vacation in Turkey can fit any budget and whim and promises an unforgettable getaway from the everyday grind. In fact, Turkey has seen some of the highest increases in number of tourists over the past 20 years or so, along with Egypt.

Travel to Turkey is relatively easy with flights taking off from all major European airports and landing in landing in Ankara, Istanbul, Anatalya and Izmir. Domestic travel is done by bus or train between cities and in taxies or city buses within metropolitan areas. Driving in Turkey should be done at your own risk, and can be best described as chaotic order that somehow works. Rental cars are an option, if you are willing to take on the local drivers and driving habits.

Most holiday seekers find fantastic deals that include accommodation, travel (either public, private or car rental) and access to some tourist destinations. Turkey offers a great range of resort vacations and relaxing hot spots all around its gorgeous beaches. Beaches and sunshine are in abundance and hot temperatures can serve as a much needed escape from the European weather. Marmaris and Antalya are known for their fantastic nightlife, local hospitality and luxurious resorts.

Istanbul, the largest city in Turkey, includes must see attractions such as the world famous Bazaar, the Blue mosque, the Haghia Sophia and the Topkapi Palace. The Nisantasi area is lively with cafes, restaurants, bars theaters, concert halls, and beautiful 19th century apartments. It offers fantastic shopping opportunities; from designer shops to the modest range ones it offers good choices. On the other side of the city, Bagdat St. represents the Asian and Ottoman influences of the city’s history and one could get lost for hours in the tiny allies and small streets.

In the winter, the mountain ranges to the north of Izmir offer fantastic ski destinations and the predictable seasonality makes planning a holiday fairly easy and consistent. Izmir itself offers an interesting glimpse into the history and cultural mix of the country. The entire country is full of archeological sites and historic landmarks, a testimony to the rich and complex past of the nation and its people as one of the most fought over regions in human history.

It is not surprising that Turkey has become one of the most attractive destinations for European and UK tourism over the past few years. Turkey offers a unique combination of relaxing resorts, fantastic beaches, culture, history and hospitality. With fantastic deals available and a great selection of accommodation, travel and activities, be sure to take a look and start planning your vacation in Turkey today!

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Dorset Holiday Cottages

Dorset Holiday Cottages

Dorset is an alluring county in South West England on the English Channel coast. The county of Dorset shares its borders with Devon to the west, Somerset to the north-west, Wiltshire to the north-east, and Hampshire to the east. Dorset has some of the most exotic beaches in England and that is why it is a very popular resort vacation spot.

Dorset has something for everyone; even your children would love this wonderful place. While in Dorset, you must stay in one of the cottages that are located here. These cottages would surely offer you all the best facilities and services to make your stay pleasurable and convenient.

1. Seahill House

This is a magnificent house which is located on the coastal position of Seatown, West Dorset. Seahill House provides the visitors stunning views from all bedrooms and gardens. Nearby to this house you would find the attractive beaches of Seatown, the Anchor Inn restaurant and pubs on the beach which are opened all the year around. While you are here you can enjoy swimming, morning walks, nature study and picnics.

2. Hotch Potch Cottage

This cottage has been recently renovated and it is surrounded by mesmerizing countryside. This cottage is the perfect place where you can relax to the fullest with your loved ones. The cottage has twin bedrooms, a large shower room a fully equipped kitchen, a large living room and a lounge area with TV, DVD, Free view and hi-fi patio area. The garden is very vibrant with barbeque facility available here. Your pets are also allowed in this cottage.

3. Well cottage

This is a very well appointed cottage located in the conservation area of the peaceful country village of Bradpole. Nearby this cottage you have superb coastal walks where you can enjoy with your near and dear ones. This place has a large living room with open fireplace, a modern kitchen, Double bedroom with en suite bathroom and a large shower room. The garden has small paved area and garden furniture.

4. Willow Farm Cottage

This is a delightfully dethatched cottage located in the in the beautiful Blackmore Vale on the Dorset and Somerset border. The interior of the cottage is lavishly decorated and it caters to all the needs of international travelers. Here you would find two well appointed bedrooms with spacious beds and baths. The lounge area has good furniture, television with DVD player, the kitchen is very well equipped with essential equipments and the garden is fully enclosed and has a patio.

Well these are some of the best holiday cottages that are located in Dorset.

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