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Maria la Gorda is in Pinar del Rio province in western Cuba. It is mostly synonymous with the diving camp that is situated there. The entire settlement consists of a hotel, diving centre, small shop, sandy beach and 2 restaurants. However, even if you are not a diver, it is a nice place to spend
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Expert guide to Kitzbühel Overview Hotels Restaurants Après ski Snow reports Old coaching inns converted into four- and five-star hotels vie for space in Kitzbühel’s ancient streets alongside smart fashion boutiques and wickedly expensive cafés. But despite the resort’s diamond-studded image, the cost of a stay here can be a pleasantly reasonable surprise. Staying in
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Please note our writers visited these properties prior to the coronavirus pandemic What could be more appealing than the epicurean informality of an inn or restaurant with rooms? These wonderfully relaxed establishments combine an emphasis on great ingredients from the area with local charm and stylish panache. There’s an insider feel that you don’t get
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The Telegraph launched its Test4Travel campaign, which calls for cheap, effective Covid-19 tests at airports and ports by Christmas, on Wednesday.  The campaign is based on exclusive data that shows that the UK population wants testing to be introduced at airports and is prepared to pay for it. This was also reflected in a poll
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Expert guide to Morzine Overview Hotels Restaurants Après ski Snow report Catered chalet accommodation is something that Morzine does well, including smaller high-end tour operators offering stylish, well-run options with great views and within walking distance of pistes, resort shops and bars. Each winter sees a plethora of new chalets opening, offering a host of
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With their eerie 
swirls and curtains 
of coloured light dancing across the night sky, it’s no wonder the Northern Lights are a magnet 
for travellers. Fortunately the number of cruises to the Arctic, where they are most visible, is increasing. But the aurora is the tip of the iceberg. Here’s your ultimate guide to Arctic
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Edinburgh thoroughly deserves its reputation as one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world. Of course, you can’t think of Edinburgh without thinking of the International Festival, Fringe and Hogmanay, but it also has its year-round thriving café culture, vibrant and varied nightlife, great shopping and a strong contemporary arts scene. Charming
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Please note our writer visited Edinburgh prior to the coronavirus pandemic Edinburgh is a cosmopolitan city, with a thriving café culture, vibrant and varied nightlife, great shopping and a strong contemporary arts scene. There’s no off season really; festivals – from film to jazz to food and beyond – happen every month, not to mention
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