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Accommodation for cyclists - with a twist!
Accommodation for cyclists - with a twist!
 
After a long day on the saddle you will need a place to rest your bones and get a good night’s sleep, and most of us manage to find a well-known hotel in the town centre, or stumble on a quaint B&B on the outskirts of a village. However, for the more adventurous and creative there are some..
Historic cycle routes in the UK
Historic cycle routes in the UK
 
The UK is filled to the brim with miles and miles of cycling routes. With so many to choose from, it can be overwhelming to pick just one. When there are so many choose from, how do you know you are getting the best for your investment of time, money and effort? Unfortunately, you don’t. But recommendations..
Why Annecy is a must to visit: Amy Beattie
Why Annecy is a must to visit: Amy Beattie
 
Annecy is often referred to the Venice of the Alps and when you visit here it’s easy to see why. Cobbled streets, winding canals and pastel coloured houses surrounded by Alpine meadows and glistening peaks makes for a spectacular setting. How to describe such a beautiful place through..
Lazy, gentle cycling route full of history and culture: How about the River Vecht?
Lazy, gentle cycling route full of history and culture: How about the River Vecht?
 
The River Vecht Winding its way majestically between Amsterdam and Utrecht, the river Vecht makes the perfect, tranquil cycle route. The countryside along this river, in particular the 35km between Weesp and Utrecht, is characterised by quiet lanes, country mansions (built with the wealth of Dutch..
Cycling in Rotterdam: Tom Edwards
Cycling in Rotterdam: Tom Edwards
 
Rotterdam (www.rotterdam.info) is a city of contrasts; from the utilitarian harbour to the hip and trendy nightlife - there is plenty to offer every taste. Architecturally, the city has a dynamic skyline, boasting cutting edge skyscrapers, and culturally there are a number of fine museums such as the..