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Alnwick Castle
Friday 9th December 2016
It’s a beautiful drive through Northumberland countryside to the town of Alnwick which is, of course, most famous for its castle: the main purpose of my visit here today. However, the book-lovers of Northumberland come...
Shakespeare's Birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon
Friday 2nd December 2016
Day 1 After stepping off the train in Stratford-upon-Avon and walking into the centre of town, the historic nature of the place very quickly became apparent. The instantly recognisable black and white, timbered...
Salisbury, Wiltshire
Monday 28th November 2016
Travel Bureau Destinations was recently invited by VisitWiltshire to see some of the county’s highlights. My personal experience of travelling in the South of England is quite narrow so I had no real expectations of...
Visa United Kingdom
Wednesday 23rd November 2016
The scheme which allows faster entry to the UK will be open to frequent travellers to the UK from 16 new countries as of this week. The expansion includes important inbound markets in South America and the Far East...
Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship and the Samuel Beckett Bridge over the River Liffey, Dublin, Ireland
Tuesday 8th November 2016
The start of the second half of our adventures around Ireland’s Ancient East finds us bidding a fond farewell to Kilkenny and making our way through the winding roads of County Wexford to a humble, little homestead deep...
Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland
Tuesday 1st November 2016
Last week’s blog saw Travel Bureau Destinations exploring Northern Ireland. This week we’re sticking with the Emerald Isle to tell you all about our recent journey around Ireland’s Ancient East. In fact, there was so...
Lough Navar Viewpoint, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland
Tuesday 18th October 2016
Travel Bureau Destinations was recently invited to Northern Ireland to see some of the fantastic attractions on offer. What follows is our impression of all the wonderful places we visited… Tourism Ireland kicked off...
The Angel of the North, Newcastle-Gateshead
Tuesday 11th October 2016
The North East of England received some fantastic news this morning as it was announced that Newcastle-Gateshead has been chosen to host the Great Exhibition of the North in Summer 2018.   The event, which will bring...
Weymouth Beach, Dorset
Thursday 15th September 2016
Weymouth seafront is like a portrait of a British seaside town drawn from the mind of an author in the 1930s. The sweeping curve of the esplanade with its white railings and wooden huts along the beach is mirrored on...
Motel One, High Bridge Street, Newcastle
Thursday 8th September 2016
A few weeks ago we were lucky enough to be invited to visit one of Newcastle’s newest hotels. Right in the heart of Newcastle city centre, tucked away on a quiet side street is Motel One. I’ve walked down this street...

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