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Tour The UK’s Most Historic Pubs

28 Aug 2015

The United Kingdom is an old country. It was first officially founded back in 1707, but civilisation had already been there for tens of thousands of years prior. Considering the prevalence of alcohol back in mediaeval times, it’s no surprise that some of Britain’s pubs are as much a part ...

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Centuries Apart: Inside The SS Maria Theresa

28 Aug 2015

The newly launched SS Maria Theresa is a ship unlike any other on any other river. Of course, it exudes the luxury and beauty synonymous with the Uniworld name, the company regarded as the gold standard in river cruising. But as is the way with the entire Uniworld Boutique River Cruise Collection, ...

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48 Hours In Australia’s Snowy Mountains

28 Aug 2015

The Snowy Mountains are home to Australia’s highest mountain, Mount Kosciuszko, a vast wilderness of snow gums and alpine heath that offers a huge range of outdoor pursuits, from horse riding to fishing or canoeing. Yet more than 90 per cent of visitors in the winter come here for one thing: to vi ...

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Local Matters: Like Visiting Old Friends

27 Aug 2015

It’s been a busy day. We’ve meandered the cobbled streets of Wurzburg and toured the imposing UNESCO-listed Residenz, a massive baroque palace painstakingly restored over 40 years following its almost total destruction during World War Two. At the end of our tour, instead of strolling bac ...

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