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Bernardus Lodge & Spa in Carmel Valley, California, Announces End of Year Renovation Plans
 By News on the Net   --Vacation Resorts, Travel

CARMEL VALLEY, Calif. -  Tucked in the lush mountain valley between the Monterey peninsula and the Big Sur coast,  the exclusive Bernardus Lodge & Spa today announced plans for a three-month, all-encompassing property restoration to the iconic resort destination. Project plans include upgrading luxury accommodations, creating a stunning new lobby space, reinventing the pool experience and refreshing the dining destinations.

Lonely Planet Says Ireland one of the Best in Travel for 2015
 By News on the Net   --Vacation Resorts, Travel

(Toronto, ON) – Lonely Planet has named Ireland one of the best countries in the world to visit in 2015.

Trinity College Dublin Holds the Largest Collection of Samuel Beckett Letters of any Research Librar
 By News on the Net   --Vacation Resorts, Travel

Dublin,  – Trinity College Library Dublin has just purchased the most extensive collection of Samuel Beckett letters (347 in number) ever to have been offered for public sale. It now holds the largest collection of Beckett letters of any research library in the world. It is a fitting home for the correspondence of one of Trinity College Dublin’s most famous alumni.

No Skis Required! 5 Reasons Why Ireland is a Winter Wonderland
 By News on the Net   --Vacation Resorts, Travel

Getting to the island of Ireland is easier and more affordable than ever this fall and winter with direct flights from Toronto year round! With its snug pubs, wild landscapes and secret hideaways - Ireland is the ideal destination to embrace the winter weather.

1. City breaks

Grafton Street: Dublin’s shopping boutiques on Grafton Street are packed with gift ideas in the run up to Christmas. As an alternative, have a wander down Temple Bar where the Fairtrade Christmas Market sells handicrafts from all over the world.

Luxury cruising in Europe on a Hotel Barge
 By David Powell   --Vacation Resorts, Travel
Luxury cruising in Europe on a Hotel Barge

Put together 6 people from the USA, 1 from Canada and 2 from the UK on a luxury barge in Holland and what do you get? ... a fantastic time!

Travel feature: London
 By Tim Saunders   --Vacation Resorts, Travel

“Waterloo Bridge is the only bridge on the Thames to be built mainly by women,” explains the guide on the City Cruises trip we take during our long weekend in London. “It is also the only one to be finished on time and in budget.”

It quickly becomes clear that there is so much to learn about the capital and this river cruise is one of the best ways to learn the facts fast. During our 50 minute cruise trip from Westminster Pier to Greenwich we see “the MI5 Headquarters, Thames House which was described in 1930 as the finest office building in the British Empire”, Westminster Abbey, where all the monarchs have been crowned since 1066, Covent Garden, St Paul’s Cathedral and the London Eye.

‘Life should be measured in moments, not minutes’
 By David Powell

As MSC say ... life should be measured in moments, not minutes, and my first moment on Preziosa was just one of many on this spectacular cruise ship. Having just boarded we headed for deck 14 and a special ‘welcome onboard’ buffet lunch. Spoilt for choice food wise this beautiful restaurant offers wonderful views ... and what a view greeted us, looking out over the rooftops of Venice and the wealth of artistic and architectural gems that make up this city. Several hours later we were to set sail past St Mark’s Square ... Venice must surely be one of the most iconic ports to start a cruise.

Test Your Taste Buds at New Zealand¹s Food and Wine Classic
 By News on the Net

The New Zealand Food and Wine Classic (F.A.W.C!) is for people who seriously love exceptional food and wines. Set in Hawke’s Bay, on the east coast of New Zealand’s North Island, F.A.W.C! is the country’s hottest and fastest growing food and wine festival. With a series of out-of-the-box experiences, set in stunning locations throughout the region, it’s a chance to get up close and personal with the chefs, food producers and wine that make up the New Zealand food and wine scene.

Celebrate the Seattle Seahawks at The Edgewater Hotel
 By News on the Net

The Edgewater Hotel, conveniently located near CenturyLink Field, is celebrating football season with the launch of their Game On! football package, taking place at The Edgewater Hotel during all Seattle Seahawks home games this season. The Edgewater Hotel’s Game On! package provides the ultimate game-day experience.

It¹s High Time for High Tea in New Zealand
 By News on the Net

High Tea is a popular pastime that never seems to go out of style.

Maori Cultural Experiences in New Zealand
 By News on the Net

Maori culture is at the heart of what makes New Zealand special and the Maori influence can be seen and felt throughout the country. There are many opportunities for visitors to learn more about Maori culture through a range of interactive experiences.

Travel feature: Isle of Wight
 By Tim Saunders

A breath of fresh air.