5 Dublin Bookshops of Dreams

Officially a UNESCO City of Literature, Dublin offers bookish delights galore. From writers’ haunts to rare finds, a treasure trove awaits at these five not-to-be-missed Dublin bookshops… The Winding Stair Taking its name from a collection of poems by William Butler Yeats as well as the slightly wonky staircase inside, this bookshop’s location is as Dublin as it gets. Upstairs, the restaurant not only serves up some of the best cuisine in the city, but also picture-perfect views…
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Bed Edits: Camping Fit for a Princess in Anglesey

Resident royalty Wills and Kate may have added a little sparkle to the island of Anglesey in North Wales, but this pocket of Snowdonia has long been considered the jewel in the crown of Wales’ outdoor adventure scene. The beautiful, natural surroundings of Snowdonia makes camping seem like the obvious accommodation option but if you don’t fancy the prospect of a windswept tangle with tent pegs and ground sheets, compromise and opt for a ready-built…
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The Blog Edit Interview: Where in the World is Lola?

She’s a Barbie girl, in a Barbie world….or IS she?  Travel Edits recently caught up with Lauren di Marco, the vivacious editor of Lolastravels.com to get the inside story. Q1. Hi Lauren, thanks for taking the time out for this interview.  Firstly – what is the philosophy behind your website ‘Where in the World is Lola’? Many people love to travel & of course have fun. why would you ever set out on an adventure…
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The Photo Edit: The Beatles Tour in Liverpool

“We’ve got two girls here from Dublin in Ireland, so we’ll be expecting them to lead the sing-song”. Paul, the tour guide had memorised everyone’s home cities. And suddenly, at that moment, it was a dangerous time to be Irish… As the bus departed the Albert Dock it was as if our resident Beatles expert had hit the rewind button. Modern-day Liverpool rolled away and we were immersed into the history and sounds of the…
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