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Why is a balloon ride over Bath the most magical Christmas gift?

Filed under: Balloon flight benefits — Posted by: Barry on October 29, 2016

If you are the kind of person who likes to be organised well in advance of the festive season, now is the perfect time to start planning your Christmas presents. If you want to ensure that all of your recipients get the perfect gift – the one that will leave them speechless on Christmas morning – you may want to consider the most magical of Christmas presents: hot air balloon rides in Bath. (more…)

The top 5 unique Christmas gifts for couples in Bristol

Filed under: Balloon flight benefits — Posted by: Susan on October 23, 2016

Whether you are looking for an interesting gift to give your other half, instead of the usual perfume and chocolates, this Christmas, or you are looking for a unique gift to give a couple you are close to, we’ve got you covered with our top 5 unique Christmas gifts for couples in Bristol. Read on to get inspired: (more…)

Need a unique Christmas gift in Gloucestershire? Book a hot air balloon flight

Filed under: Balloon flight benefits — Posted by: Barry on October 17, 2016

As Christmas is just around the corner, now is the time to start thinking about presents. If you’re bored of buying your loved ones the same old gifts year after year, why not make 2016 the Christmas when you bowl them over with your generosity and imagination? (more…)

Three things to do in Hampshire in October

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Susan on September 26, 2016

Hampshire is a pretty county situated on the southern coast of England. If you are looking for an interesting place to take a break this October, making a trip to this county is just the ticket, as it is home to the Hampshire Downs, the New Forest and the Low Weald, amongst other natural attractions, Of course, there are also lots of exciting events and activities that can be done in Hampshire, many of them in October. Here are just three: (more…)

Three things to do in Cambridgeshire in October

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Susan on September 21, 2016

October is one of those weird months. Summer is well and truly over, and there is still a month to go until Christmas. This can make it a slow, boring month, which is difficult to get through. However, if you are proactive, it can actually be one of the most interesting and exciting months in the UK, especially if you live in, or visit, Cambridgeshire. (more…)

Three things to do in Buckinghamshire this October

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Susan on September 17, 2016

The county of Buckinghamshire is a great place to visit whether it’s for a day or a week, not only because there are always lots of things happening there, but also because the county shares a border with Greater London, which means the opportunities for having a good time are endless. If you are thinking of heading to (more…)

Three things to do in September in Gloucestershire

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Barry on August 27, 2016

The South West county of Gloucestershire is one of the most attractive in the whole of the United Kingdom, due to its good fortune in being composed of parts of the Cotswold Hills, the whole of the Forest of Dean, and the (more…)

Three things to do in September in Bristol

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Susan on August 20, 2016

The fine city of Bristol is the sixth most populous city in England, and as you would expect of such a big place, there is always plenty to do and see, whether you live in the city or you simply visit as a tourist. This (more…)

Three things to do in September in Bath

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Barry on August 13, 2016

The Somerset city of Bath is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful in the United Kingdom, thanks to its close proximity to the River Avon, its Roman Baths and the beautiful countryside that surrounds it. Bath is (more…)

A guide to exciting family fun in Hampshire

Filed under: Tourism — Posted by: Barry on July 26, 2016

Many of us look abroad when considering a family break, but remember that there are a number of places in the UK that (more…)

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