One day in London – an itinerary of 10 steps

Do you have only one day to visit London and would like to know how to get the most out of it? Then you should check out this 1 day in London itinerary as it’s made for you. London is a vibrant and dynamic city with a lot of possibilities. So the question is how to see a lot of things but also follow the slogan “quality before quantity”? As I’ve been in London for a couple of times, I found out that one way how to explore London in one day would be a combination of taking the Hop-on Hop-off bus and also exploring the city by walking to certain places. It applies especially to tourist attractions which are located a bit farther away from the typical tourist routes. This would also give you an advantage and a kind of individual travel as you would visit places the most tourist don’t visit. So read on, folks.

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Favourite things to do in Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer

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In case you are looking for things to do in France, you should consider visiting Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer. Amongst French people this place seems to be well known. But I’ve seen just few tourists from other countries there. Therefore, Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer was for me a kind of insider tip. Another good thing is that this town is just a stone’s throw away from another touristic place called La Ciotat. Therefore, you could kill two birds with one stone by visiting La Citoat too which is also a great place to be. Therefore, I’d like to show you some great things to do in Saint-Cyr-Sur-Mer. So read on, folks.

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Sydney to Amsterdam for only $857 (AUD) roundtrip

The wonderful Amsterdam offers much more than just to smoke pot in its coffee shops. Therefore, you should take the opportunity of this cheap flight to visit the Dutch capital.

A useful travel tip: if you buy a local SIM card in the Netherlands, it would work over all Europe. You would also pay the same charges throughout the whole Europe due to a European law which says, it’s not allowed to charge a higher fee for people using a mobile phone abroad.

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FROM: Sydney (SYD)
TO: Amsterdam (AMS)

PRICE: $857 (AUD) (Please note: the price may alter up or down depending on the time you check it)
REGULAR PRICE: $1500+ (AUD)

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LuggageHero: Storage service for your luggage

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Searching for a place where to store luggage temporarily can be pretty frustrating and nerve-racking. For instance, when I was traveling to Panama, I was looking for luggage storage in Panama City. Unfortunatelly, it was pretty hard to find a place because I had to contact a lot of hotels. Sure, I could have left it at the Tocumen airport, but it wasn’t an option for me. Back at home, I was looking for a company offering exact this kind of service, and I don’t want to keep this information back as I’ve found one. The service I’m talking about is provided by a company called LuggageHero*, and this one will help you to solve a problem with your luggage, especially for short time storage. So read on, folks.

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6 Great attractions to visit in Marseille

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According to a legend, Marseille was founded, as greek sailors landed at the place of the present-day Marseille, while a Celtic king named “Nann” was looking for a spouse for his daughter “Gyptis”. But instead to choose a Celtic husband, Gyptis chose one of the greek newcomers. They married, and the Greeks and Celts founded a settlement called “Massalia” which today is known as Marseille. Each legend has a bit of truth, and indeed, in the 7th century B.C., Greek seafarer used the south coast of France as a dock to trade with the Ligures. Thank to this, this city is full of history and several great things do in Marseille. In this article I’d like to show you my six favourite places you should visit. So read on, folks.

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