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NatGeo vs Lonely Planet: 2012 Travel Top 20 (In Photos)

With January being one of the busiest travel months of the year, it’s the ideal time for travel experts to make their predictions on the best up-and-coming spots across the globe. Lonely Planet and National Geographic are no exception.

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Road Closure on Approach to London Luton Airport 6 – 9th May 2011

A stretch of Kimpton Road, Luton, will be closed to traffic and pedestrians for essential bridge works connected with the Luton Dunstable Busway. The closure will be in operation from 10pm on Friday 6th May until late on Sunday 9th May. A traffic diversion route will be fully signposted. Please allow extra time to travel [...]

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Weather Forecast Looks Grim

Oh Snow, Not Again! Already the threat of snow has become a hugely discussed and reported issue, so much so that many of us are tired about hearing about it, but unfortunately it won’t be going away anytime soon. It appears that another bout of heavy snow is set for the shores of the UK [...]

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UK Set for Heavy Snow

Rail and Flight Disruption Ahead It seems that many people have become regular visitors to the Met Office website in order to keep aware of and on top of preparations as far as heavy snow goes. As the weekend comes nearer it is expected that snow will start to fall more and more with the [...]

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The Apprentice Tourism Task Hits London

London Bus Task Boosts City Visitors This week’s episode of the Apprentice showcased the massive impact that tourism has on the city of London. In a tourism themed episode Lord Sugar send out his wannabe apprentices out into the heart of the city to entice visitors onboard their themed tour buses. London is renowned for [...]

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Student Protests Take Over London

Clean Up Operation in Progress to Restore Popular City Destination Around 30,000 students took over London in protest against rising tuition fees, the crowds lay siege to Parliament Square causing damage to some of the city’s most popular tourists attractions. The Cenotaph, The Treasury and even the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree were all victims of [...]

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No Going Underground

Londoners Told to Beat Strike Another 24 hour strike is upon the London Underground, the third in fact. Two transport unions are set to spearhead this new strike after job cuts totalling around 800 jobs. Thursday this week (04/11/2010) is set to be the day when the 24 hour strike commences. Boris Johnson, Mayor of [...]

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